Rep elections: here's who won

Monday 19-10-2015 - 00:00

The results are in!

2431 students cast 5779 votes in rep elections. We elected Undergraduate Course Reps, NUS delegates and a Widening Participation Officer.

Course Reps, Faculty Reps and Execs:

To see who your new course rep is please find the correct faculty PDF:

 

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Biomedical Sciences

Faculty of Engineering

Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty of Science

Faculty of Social Sciences and Law

 

Congratulations to our two new faculty reps:

 

Aysha Naz is the new Health Sciences Faculty Rep and Jia Qi Cheng Zhang is the new Biomedical Sciences Faculty Rep.

 

You can find out who was elected onto the Societies, Sports and Sustainability execs here.

 

Widening Participation Officer:

 

Your new Widening Participation Part Time Officer is Hannah Dualeh 
See the full results from this election here

 

NUS Delegates:

 

The following candidates have been successfully elected as NUS delegates:

They’ll be joining delegate leader, Tom Phipps (Union Affairs Officer), at this year’s NUS National Conference.

There were two counts in this election; the first count was to fill three places for self-defining women and the second count to fill the remaining two places. This was due to fair representation policy passed at NUS Conference 2014 

Full count for First Round
Full count for Second Round

Well done to all the candidates that took part!

 

There are always opportunities to get involved:

Stand to be part of the Democratic Standards Committee which organises all our democratic events or apply to be a student reviewer

If you're a Postgraduate remember nominations are still open to be a course rep or part of the PG Network!

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