Every undergraduate student is represented by a Senator based on their faculty affiliation. The Senators main role is to represent undergraduate students at the McGill Senate. Senators can relay their constituents’ concern to the McGill Senate, McGill Admin, the Faculty Association, or University-level committees.
To send an email to all Senators, direct your message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that since the SSMU President and VP University Affairs are also senators, emails sent to this address will also reach them.
Chloe Kemeni | Arts Senator
Henrique Mecabô | Arts Senator
Julia Kafato | Art & Science Senator
Mu Rong Yang | Education Senator
Jeremy Garneau | Engineering Senator
Adrienne Tessier | Law Senator
Henri Schoucair | Management Senator
Andre Lametti | Medicine Senator
André Lametti is a third year student at McGill's Faculty of Medicine. In addition to the Senate, he also serves on the SSMU Legislative Council as Senate Caucus representative and on the General Council of the Medical Students' Society. He is a member of the boards of AMUSE and of the Maude Abbott Medical Museum. His interests include the Latin language, soccer refereeing, and playing the accordion.
Sebastien Duckett | Music Senator
Madeline Wilson | VP University Affairs
Madeline Wilson is a third-year student in the Faculty of Arts, currently studying political science. As a student senator, she hopes to advocate for increased academic accessibility and the effective accountability of all members of the university, including professors up for tenure consideration. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Madeline spends her free time enjoying the Montréal weather and playing with her roommate’s cat. Madeline does not have concrete future plans or general aspirations but does have a great personality.
Bryan Buraga | President
Hey there! I'm Bryan Buraga and I'm a second year student in the Interfaculty of Arts & Science! I'm super excited to serve you in my capacity as a SSMU Senator. I will be sitting on the Subcommittee on Courses and Teaching Programs (SCTP), as well as the Enrollment and Student Affairs Advisory Committee (ESAAC). I am also the Senate Caucus Representative to the Legislative Council. My three priorities for the upcoming year include fighting for a Fall Reading Break, lobbying for more diverse ArtSci programs, and creating a mentorship program that includes both Arts and Science professors. In my free time, you can find me cooking or baking, playing the ukulele, or trying (and failing) to become fluent in French. My favourite quote is from Margaret Mead: "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world, indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
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