What is HESO?
The Human Ecology Students' Organization (HESO) is the students' council of the Faculty of Human Ecology at the University of Manitoba.
The objective of the Human Ecology Students Organization is to administer student affairs on the limits prescribed by the constitution, and to provide the interests of the student body and the Faculty of Human Ecology.
The Executive 2013-2014:
The Support Council 2013-2014:
Chair: Kayla Kynoch - Kayla.Kynoch@umanitoba.ca
Chair: Darren Fife - email@example.com
Professional Development Committee:
Chair: Emily Cummings
MAHE - Provincial Excellence in Teaching Award
Bestowed annually to a teaching member of the Faculty of Human Ecology, or the Faculty of Education (home economics/human ecology), University of Manitoba, to honour an individual who has displayed a high quality of teaching ability, which includes communication, integrity, scholarship, leadership, experience, and service to the community to enhance the quality and standards of education for her/his students.
The award consists of the recipient's name being engraved on the plaque, which has been placed in the main hallway of the Faculty of Human Ecology Building. On behalf of students, the recipient is presented with a plaque for her/his contribution at the Ringing Ceremony.
Winners of the MAHE - Provincial Excellence in Teaching Award
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If you would like info on any of the HESO events, please contact the HESO office.
TV and VCR/DVD Player
Hot Lunch Sales e.g. Pizza Sale
Human Ecology Merchandise
Student Advocacy and Representation
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Office: Room 101, Human Ecology