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Lisa Tsintsadze

Bachelor in European, Russian and Eurasian Studies


Advice for Current and Future Students:

Always remember that the faculty and the student body is there to make your university experience successful and memorable. Try not to forget that the professors and TA’S are great resources so don’t shy away from emailing them. There are also multiple academic services offered to support you such as:
Peer tutoring
Writing services
and much more…

Finally, I’d say sign up to different societies and clubs and go to events hosted by your faculty. Get engaged as much as possible and develop your network of friends and contacts who will surely outlast your time in university. Cherish every year because before you know you’ll be walking down the podium to get your diploma.

Campus Activities:

Since becoming a student at Carleton, I have been extensively involved in the school’s numerous societies and am currently serving as the President of the European and Russian studies society (EURUSS). In which, I manage several executive members within the academic society in which we organized guest speaker and social events, embassy visits, and networking events.

I am also serving as an Undergraduate Senator since Fall 2020. I was appointed to the EURUS management committee as an undergraduate student representative from 2018 to 2019.

My Favourite Place on campus:

The EURUS lounge in Richcraft Hall has the most beautiful view to the Rideau River, it’s my favourite study spot.

Fun Fact about Me:

I swam with wild dolphins in the middle of the Indian Ocean.