UTM Anthropology Society (UTMAS)

UTMAS logo
The new UTM Anthropology Society logo was selected from submissions received in the Fall 2020 logo design contest.

2024 Election season is finally here! 

UTMAS elections are approaching, and as an active member of the UTMAS, we encourage you to participate.

The election season timeline is as follows:

  • Nomination Period: March 11 to 15
  • Campaign Period: March 18 to 22
  • Voting Period: March 27 to 29

The positions available for election are:

  • President [1]
  • Vice President [1]
  • Administrative Coordinator [1]
  • Communication Officer [2]
  • Events Coordinator [3]
  • First Year Representative [1]
  • Second Year Representative [1]
  • Third Year Representative [1]
  • Fourth Year Representative [1]

If you are interested in becoming a candidate for the UTMAS 2024 election, please contact latifah@utmsu.ca to receive a nomination package, during the nomination period.

Contact UTMAS

Be sure to follow UTMAS on Instagram for the latest event updates and announcements!

Who we are

The University of Toronto Mississauga Anthropology Society (UTMAS) is an academic student organization officially recognized by the University of Toronto Mississauga.

What we do

With an aim to provide a network for UTM Anthropology undergraduate students, the society promotes the discipline of Anthropology through holding a variety of social and academic events throughout the year which provide the opportunity to engage with peers and faculty members.


Full-time and part-time UTM undergraduate students enrolled in the following programs are automatically members of the UTM Anthropology Society:

  • Anthropology Specialist programs
  • Anthropology Major programs
  • Anthropology Minor program
  • Forensic Anthropology Specialist program

Members are eligible to vote in the society's executive elections.

Office Hours

Contact UTMAS at anthrosociety.utm@utoronto.ca to get the latest schedule.


Anthropology undergraduate students: if you are interested in volunteering at any events, please send an email to anthrosociety.utm@utoronto.ca.

UTMAS Events

Follow UTMAS on social media and check the Department of Anthropology Events page for updates on events such as:

  • Anthropology Conference featuring student presentations
  • Facilitated Study Groups
  • Faculty Meet & Greet
  • Field School Information Session
  • Field trip to Royal Ontario Museum
  • Graduate School Information Session
  • Movie Nights
  • Valentine’s Day Sale
  • UTMAS Executive Council Elections

Executive Council

The UTMAS Executive Council members oversee the activities and day-to-day operations of the society. Council members can develop skills in leadership, organization, communication, and event planning while promoting the discipline of Anthropology. Executive Council elections are held annually.

All positions are CCR-approved, provide you with new leadership, and networking experiences and skills. This opportunity will allow you to strengthen community within UTM by building connections with faculty, and professionals in anthropology. 

For further information on positions, or UTMAS policies, refer to the 2022-2023 UTMAS Constitution.

Learn about the Executive Council team on the UTMAS website.

2022-23 UTMAS Executive Council Members

  • Acting Co-President - Danielle
  • Acting Co-President - Vinnah
  • Vice President- Emma
  • Administrative Coordinator - Enas
  • Event Coordinator - Sam
  • Event Coordinator - Katya
  • Communication Officer - Hailey
  • Communication Officer - Sarah
  • Fourth Year Representative - TBA
  • Third Year Representative - Michelle
  • Second Year Representative - TBA
  • First Year Representative - TBA

View past UTMAS Executive Council members.

UTMAS Executive Elections

Who can run or vote in the UTMAS elections?

To be eligible, to nominate yourself, or vote in this election you must be a full/part-time undergraduate student enrolled in one of the following: 

  • Anthropology Specialist programs
  • Anthropology Major programs
  • Anthropology Minor programs
  • Forensic Anthropology Specialist program 
  • Students enrolled in ANT101 and ANT102 


If you have any other questions about elections, please email us at: anthrosociety.utm@utoronto.ca