About the DSA
The DSA represents all undergraduate students enrolled in the International Development and Globalization program at the University of Ottawa. The DSA is made up of an executive of students who run DVM-related social, philanthropic, activist and academic events while engaging its students with the larger DVM community. The DSA recognizes that the students we represent are an extremely diverse population with interests ranging from economics, politics, business to health sciences, women's studies, anthropology and more.
The DSA promotes the interests of these students before different bodies such as the Faculty of Social Sciences and the School of International Development and Global Studies.
The DSA provides many opportunities for DVM students to explore their interests in development. For example, the DVM Committee is a student club underneath the DSA that allows students to learn and discuss current issues in development. In the past the DVM Committee has hosted Global Gossip, international dinners and documentary screenings. In addition, students can register or volunteer for International Development week (IDW). IDW is a week-long series of events followed by a conference filled with keynote speakers, panels and workshops. With the DSA's first year as an independent student association DVM students can look forward to more events like these!
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