Are you enrolled in a science program? Think UofT has the best science faculty in Ontario? Want to represent UofT? Then come compete in the Ontario Science Games!
What are the Ontario Science Games?
The Ontario Science Games (OSG) is an annual University competition that takes place in McMaster. The competition involves schools from across Ontario to compete in academic, athletic and school spirit oriented events in order to determine which University has the best science students in Ontario!
This year, the OSG 2017 has invited UofT to form a delegation to go compete.
Here is your chance!
What are the details?
OSG 2017 will be taking place March 3-5 at McMaster University in Hamilton. A delegation made up of 20 science students (19+) will go and represent their respective Universities. The delegate fee for each student is $110 and includes registration, accommodation at the Homewood Suites by Hilton, 3
meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner), transportation around Hamilton, team shirts, equipment for the events and access to after hours social and networking events like a Club Night, Cocktail reception and semi formal! An entire weekend of fun!
How do I sign up?
1) Email the Undergraduate Earth Sciences Association at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your name, student number, program and a short paragraph describing
yourself/why you want to come
2) Hand in the delegate fee to our OSG Coordinator Michael Lopez in person
and sign our registration form in the Earth Sciences student lounge ES 2117
(Email us for dates/times to sign up)
3) Complete both tasks above by Tuesday, January 31st @12pm
Event details and itinerary can be found in the “Delegate Brochure” in the photoset below.
Arts & Science UTSG students from all Science backgrounds are welcome sign up! Don’t miss out on your chance to represent UofT!
Any questions can be directed to UESA President and OSG Coordinater Michael Lopez at email@example.com