Monthly Archives: September 2016

Think globally, act locally with UB’s Global Affairs and Human Security Student Association

Are you passionate about international affairs, global governance, political science, law, international business, international development and/or human civil rights? If you answered yes, then you’ll definitely want to check out UB’s Global Affairs and Human Security Student Association (GAHSSA). GAHSSA is a graduate student organization whose mission is “Think Globally, Act Locally.” The organization helps to foster a community for students, faculty and alumni who are interested in global issues; they coordinate activities and events both on and off campus and connect graduate students with professionals in the field for internship and employment opportunities.

Interested in learning more? Join GAHSSA at its first happy hour of the fall 2016 semester on Wednesday, Sept. 7 from 6-9 p.m. at Owl Bar, located at 1 E. Chase Street.

Can’t make it to the happy hour? Then be sure to connect with GAHSSA on social media for all the latest GAHSSA news and events:


2016-17 GAHSSA Executive Board. Pictured, l. to r.: Nat ‘Kofi’ Abu Bonsrah (vice president), Ellen Hutton (events coordinator), Brittany Roberson (president), Briayna Cuffie (treasurer), Kevin Lassiter (external affairs officer)