A&H Students' Council President 2016-17
Hi, my name is Carina Gabriele and I am the president of the Arts and Humanities Students’ Council! My time on AHSC for the past two years has been amazing and I look forward to continue creating great initiatives and opportunities for our A&H students.
I am in my third year of an Honors Specialization in Women’s Studies and a Major in English Language and Literature. In my second year, I was a Soph for the Arts and Humanities’ Soph Team. Currently, I am a Campus Tour Guide. I love to volunteer in the local London community and participate in Western volunteer events such as Relay for Life and Trick or Eat. Western has become my home over these past three years and the Arts and Humanities faculty has been a place that has fostered my growth both academically and in leadership. I hope to pass along my passion for all things Arts and Humanities to our AHSC council members so we can continue providing the best student programming to our A&H students.
The Arts and Humanities Students’ Council is a group of passionate and committed members who support A&H students through academic and social initiatives, while fostering an inclusive environment that caters to the diverse needs of our faculty’s programs. I am so proud to be part of a community that provides amazing involvement opportunities and programming for all A&H students at Western. Look out for the multiple leadership and volunteer positions that are available throughout the year, as well as financial aid to support student projects, academic clinics, social events, speaker events, publishing opportunities and much, much more!
There are multiple ways to get involved with the AHSC. Students can attend our Tuesday council meetings at 5:30 as a General Member in room 2R23 AHB. Other opportunities include joining an AHSC committee, volunteering during AHSC events throughout the year, applying to become a play reviewer and/or applying to be a cast member for the AHSC play put on by our Play Coordinator. If you have any questions about the AHSC or how to get involved, please drop by our AHSC office, room ON20D, International and Graduate Affairs Building or follow our social media to stay updated throughout the year!