HESA WEAR Spring 2010!

HESA WEAR Spring 2010 is here!

Do you love Human Ecology? Express it with one of our HESA WEAR t-shirts!

HESA has revamped the design for this year's Human Ecology t-shirts and tote bags! Notably, the t-shirts will sport an original logo design by Kari Bazian, a Clothing & Textiles major and Interior Design minor student. Thank you for your submission!

“i (love) hecol”
American Apparel Unisex Jersey-T
style: black only
sizes: YS - XXXL
Price: $22.00

“i (love) hecol” Tote Bag
style: black only
sizes: one size only
Price: $20.00

The student logo will be placed on the backside of the t-shirts. (Tote bags will not bear the logo, however.)

Sale Dates:
Tuesday, February 2 -> 11:00 - 2:00
Wednesday, February 3 -> 1:00 - 2:00
Thursday, February 4 -> 11:00 - 2:00
Friday, February 5 -> 1:00 - 2:00
Monday, February 8 -> 11:00 - 1:00

HEB B-04 (Lounge)

If you are not available for these times, there is information in the HESA lounge regarding how you can reach us to arrange an appointment. All orders must be placed by February 8th. No exceptions.

Payment options are Cash and Cheque (make payable to 'Human Ecology Students' Association').



Note: Graphic colors and sizing may differ in final product.

By-Election for "VP Academic"

Hello fellow Human Ecology students!

HESA is currently looking for a new representative on the HESA Executive to assume the role of VP Academic. Due to personal circumstances, the current representative needed to resign from her position.

The role of VP Academic is outlined as followed:

• To be responsible for all the duties of the President, in the event that the President is unable to fulfill said duties, until such a time as the duties are re-assigned.
• To provide support to any member of the Executive, as required.
• To be primarily responsible for cases (student issues/complaints) that require HESA intervention, and are deemed appropriate for intervention by HESA. The VP Academic will be assisted by all Executive but will ultimately be responsible for ensuring that cases classified as being appropriate for HESA intervention are dealt with in a suitable and timely manner.
• To attend all HESA meetings and functions (as is deemed acceptable by the Executive).
• To be responsible for attending all and bringing issues to undergraduate program committee meetings, and other relevant bodies.

A By-Election will be held on Tuesday, February 9 in HEB 301 from 12:30 - 2:00. We encourage students who may be interested to attend. No RSVP is required.

Being part of the HESA executive offers valuable volunteering experience and is an excellent opportunity to meet other students and professionals. Hope to see some of you there!


Networking is one of the best ways to find a position that best fits you.

Join us on January 27th from 6:30 - 8:30 in HEB 301 for the AHEA/HESA “Speed Mixer”, a fast-paced meet and greet with other students and professionals from the field of Human Ecology.

Snacks and refreshments will be provided!

This event is possible through the partnership between
HESA (Human Ecology Students’ Association) and
AHEA (Alberta Human Ecology and Home Economics Association).