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Information for University Staff

 

Resources:

Here is the Code of Practice for Taught Students, and the Code of Practice for Research Students

You can find these documents, as well as other resources for Univeristy staff, in the Student Academic Representation SharePoint.

The Bristol SU Representation Team

The Representation Team is made up of Lizzie Tilley (Student Voice Manager - Education and Policy) and Stella Becci (Academic Representation Co-ordinator). They can be contacted at bristolsu-representation@bristol.ac.uk.

 

The Education Network

The Education Network is a community that exists to improve all students' academic experience at Bristol. It is open to all students at the University, and the committee is made up of all of our Faculty Reps. Their aim is to work together to build an education student community and create change through collective action. Through the academic year, the Education Network will lead campaigns, hold forums and draft policy on Education related issues.

If you would like more information about the Education Network please contact the Representation Team.

 

Staff FAQs

Who are the reps in my school/faculty?

Your school SAMs/GAMs should have received a list of the current reps from the SU. If you haven't received this please let us know and we can send it out to you.

Where can I get more information on the Representation System at the University?

We are currently updating our staff guide, and will be sending it out to all schools once it is complete. Also keep an eye out here for it! If you have any specific questions then the Representation Team are always able to help out. The staff lead for Arts, Life Sciences and Health Sciences is Lizzie Tilley; the lead for Engineering, Science and SSL is Stella Becci. Both can be contacted at bristolsu-representation@bristol.ac.uk.

What training do course reps get?

We run multiple training sessions for all academic reps, and have some online training that we ask them to complete. In general we run two training conferences - one in November and one in April. You can find all the other training here

If there is something you would like us to include then please let us know!

 

Academic Rep Elections Timeline 2020-21

Term 1 Elections: Rep nomination period (1st year UG & PGT reps)

19th - 28th October 2020

Term 1 Elections: Voting period

3rd - 5th November 2020

Term 1 Elections: Results

6th November 2020

Term 2 Elections: Rep nomination period (all other student reps)

1st - 25th February 2021

Term 2 Elections: Voting period

9th - 11th March 2021

Term 2 Elections: Results

12th March 2021