The executive that makes up ASUS’s council is made up of elected students from programs spanning the BA&Sc. Our job is to campaign for your interests, organize events, and maintain inter-faculty relations with arts and science. We are governed by a constitution and operate with several associations and committees under us. As we are your representatives please feel free to contact us at any time, visit our office, LEA 114B, (currently closed due to COVID-19) or sit in on our ArtSci Assembly for information on our activities, updates, or simply to get some advice.
Office Hours by appointment: sign-up here
LOUISA SHEN (SHE/HER)
I’m responsible for coordinating and supporting the other ArtSci executives and departments as well as representing ArtSci student interests on various student and university associations.
Program: Multitrack Program: Biology & International Development Studies
Hometown: Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
GWEN AUBRAC (SHE/HER)
VP Academic is responsible for ensuring the academic flourishing of students. This includes sharing academic opportunities, informing you on careers and research, organizing academic events and improving ArtSci programs!
Hometown: La Rochelle, France
ZHENG (TOMAS) YENG (HE/HIM)
I’m responsible for financially providing strong support behind activities hosted by the faculty of Arts & Science, which includes recording transactions, establishing budgets, and etc.
Program: Multitrack Program: Math and Economics
Hometown: Chengdu, China
ETHAN MENDELL (HE/HIM)
I’m responsible for communicating between ArtSci and other areas of student government, especially the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) and Science Undergraduate Society (SUS)!
Program: Cognitive Science major & Russian Culture minor
Hometown: Toronto, ON, Canada
DARCY TYLER (SHE/HER)
VP First Year Affairs
VP First Year Affairs is responsible for creating the most welcoming environment for all first-year ArtScis! I organize the Faculty of Arts and Science Buddy Program, as well as chair the Freshman Arts and Science Committee (FASC) where ArtSci first-years can become involved in student government at McGill!
Program: Cognitive Science major & Environmental Science minor
Hometown: Westchester, NY, USA
GRACE QIAN (SHE/HER)
I’m responsible for keeping ArtSci students up to date with ASUS & community news, resources and events via the weekly listserv, our social media accounts, and this website!
Program: Cognitive Science major & Environment minor
Hometown: Clifton Park, NY, USA
CURRENT SENATOR & REPRESENTATIVES
Arts & Science Student Senator
POLINA LITVINA (SHE/HER)
Representative to SSMU
LUKE ZHANG (HE/HIM)
Student Association of Cognitive Science (SACS) Representative
EMMA MELIS (SHE/HER)
Students' Association of Sustainability, Science & Society (SASSS) Representative
KASSIDY ANDERSON (SHE/HER)
McGill Environment Student Society (MESS) Representative