OASIS is always working to grow our team. Whether you are interested in volunteering to put on events, or sit on a committee of student representatives OASIS wants you!
NEW!! OASIS Design Competition
OASIS is starting its first-ever design competition! This specific competition is focused on foundational theorists from your discipline.
The prompt is as follows;
With extreme weather events around the world caused by climate change, we here at OASIS love to think back to a time before humans irreversibly destroyed the climate. That usually involves some classical theorists. For this design competition, take inspiration from a classical theorist in your field of study and design a sweater you can take comfort in while the world ends around us. Be it Marx, Mozart or Monet tell us about a theorist who has influenced your discipline through your design.
Designs will be accepted until March 6th. The winning design will be transformed into a sweater and will be sold by OASIS. The winning artist will receive %7 royalties on the sales.
For more information and to apply, visit the link below.
Students At Large (Granting Committee)
Students At Large are non-OASIS members who act as representatives for the Arts Faculty student body in the adjudication of granting.
We are searching for one student from each of the following disciplines: Fine Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities. These students-at large will adjudicate as voting members with the OASIS VP Finance and the OASIS Granting Director. The OASIS President will also be advising the committee in a non-voting capacity.
Free Lunch and Dinner.
Great Resume Builder.
Reference Letter (upon request).
Applications Close March 7th, 2020 at 11:59 pm.
Chief Returning Office
OASIS is currently seeking applications for the position of Chief Returning Officer (CRO) for the upcoming election. This is a paid position of a $250 honorarium.
Applications close January 31st at 11:59 pm.
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Excellent communication skills - both written and oral.
- Ability to analyze and clearly interpret the rules and regulations related to the election procedures.
- Knowledge and experience with student governance.