On March 9th, APIRG received a majority of votes in our plebiscite campaign to ...
The Alberta Public Interest Research Group (APIRG) is a student-run, student-funded non-profit organization on campus. We are dedicated to research, education, advocacy, and action in the public interest. We are funded through a small portion of student fees (similar to other student services) and have always offered the option for students to opt out […]
IMPORTANT DATES: Info Session for Candidates February 6, 12pm, APIRG office Deadline for Nominations: Feb 17 at 5pm Mandatory Meeting for all Candidates Feb 17 at 4pm, APIRG Office Candidates Forum, Feb 27, 5pm Alumni Room SUB APIRG voting days: March 8 – 9, 2017 The nomination package is available here. Other documents that outline board […]
APIRG’s programming focus for 2016/17 is centering criminalized folks in our community. Our Programming Coordinator Jasmine Mohamed will be working with celebrated poet and writer Brandon Wint to facilitate a closed space for IBPOC (Indigenous, Black, People of Colour) folks who are interested in sharing their experiences of criminalization and oppression in a project called Transforming the […]
From the SU website: To enhance your university experience, the Students’ Union provides a myriad of services which are maintained through the Dedicated Fees portion of your Student Fees. Dedicated fees are those created by a referendum stating a specific use for the funds collected. Some of these fees permit students to ‘opt-out’ of […]
Job Posting: Office Coordinator The Alberta Public Interest Research Group (APIRG) is seeking an Office Coordinator. APIRG is a student-run, student-funded, non-profit organization dedicated to research, education, advocacy, and action in the public interest. APIRG exists to provide students with resources to be active citizens, and wants you to get involved. APIRG employees […]