Rajesh Barua is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Biology, MUN. His research focuses on Bisulfite sequencing on berry plants. Since his undergrad life, he has been involved in numerous social activities, and organized cultural programs. He acted as a volunteer in various national conferences and worked in “Save the Children”. Here in MUN, he has been engaging with volunteering in “Canadian Blood Services” as well as various societies and organized numerous cultural programs. Additionally, he was an Electoral Committee member of the GSU Election, 2020.
Dear fellow graduate students: As an ED Campus Life (EDCL), I always realize the importance of balancing graduate life with both academic and social goals. Strong social involvement in life is always helpful to get rid of academic stress and social problems. This thought provokes me to plan and organize several events for all graduate students to connect to each other, especially events that are blend with global and NL culture. During pandemic stress, I am planning to organize mental wellness workshop to better cope with the stress of graduate student life. To accumulate all cultures and traditions in one platform, I will arrange multicultural food festival, diversity program and so on. For technical skill development, entrepreneurship program, IELTS program will be my priority. In addition, monthly events (e.g., Trivia or requested event) will be conducted virtually during this pandemic. Therefore, my suggestion would be to please keep an eye on the GSU website and follow our electronic media (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter) for recent updates.
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