Postgraduate Faculty Reps

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Undergraduate Faculty Reps 

There are 5 Undergraduate Faculty Reps - one student from each of the University's five faculties: Arts, Engineering, Medicine & Health Sciences, Science, and Social Sciences. To become an UG Faculty Rep students would need experience as a Course or Education rep previously.

Undergraduate Faculty Reps 2017-18

  Name of Rep  
Arts Charles Coleman  
Engineering Salome Sanchez  
Medicine and Health Sciences Abigail McLaughlin-Gallager  
Science Adam Blakey  
Social Sciences

Aishwarya Gupta

 

 

These students are elected in the spring term to represent the views of Undergraduates within their faculty, collecting feedback from the Educaition Reps within their schools, and working with the Education Officer to help inform decision making within the Students’ Union and University. They also have the opportunity to be on the judging panel for the Undergraduate categories of the University Staff Oscars.

Elections for the Undergraduate Faculty Reps will be taking place during March 2018 and bye-elections for any unfilled positions will be going to bye-election in April 2018.  For more information, visit our election pages.

 

Postgraduate Faculty Reps

There are 10 Postgraduate Faculty Reps - one Master’s student and one PhD student from each of the University's five faculties: Arts, Engineering, Medicine & Health Sciences, Science, and Social Sciences.


Postgraduate Faculty Reps 2017-18

 

  PGT PGR
Arts Qian Peng Anna Cruse
Engineering Aitor  Adam Thompson
Medicine and Health Sciences Richard Armitage Currently vacant
Science Yifu Gao Abdul Hafeez
Social Sciences Irfan Urszula Plust

These students are elected in the autumn term to represent the views of Postgraduates within their faculty and meet once a month with the Postgraduate Officer to help inform decision making within the Students’ Union and University. They also make up the judging panel for the postgraduate categories of the University Staff Oscars and manage applications to the Academic Community Fund (a pot of money available for PG Course Reps to bid to!).

Elections for the Postgraduate Faculty Reps will be taking place during October 2018.  For more information, visit our election pages.


Postgraduate Academic Community Fund

The Postgraduate Academic Community fund is available for all postgraduate Course Reps.  The Students' Union and Postgraduate Officer are keen to help foster community through the Course Rep network by allocating pots of money for the purpose of social events which can develop community with an added benefit of gathering feedback on your course.

Only Course Reps can apply for the fund - if you want to find out who your Course Rep is or get help applying, email the Students' Union Representation Co-ordinators.

If you are a Course Rep, you can apply for the fund here.