School Reps play a key role in improving students’ academic experience, working hard to make sure your ideas and concerns are heard at the highest level. If you're from the School of Law and Social Sciences, make sure you get to know your School Rep, Oliver Case.
School Reps play a key role in improving students’ academic experience, working hard to make sure your ideas and concerns are heard at the highest level. If you're from the School of Law and Social Sciences (LSS), make sure you get to know your School Rep, Oliver Case.
Hey everyone, I’m Oliver; most people call me Oli, your LSS Rep for this academic year. I am in my final year of Economics, Politics and International Relations. As your LSS rep, it is my priority to ensure that your voices are heard at the highest levels and acted upon, so please feel free to message or come and see me about all things LSS-related.
My campaign was centred around a five-point manifesto encompassing these objectives:
I’ve already started work on some of these policies, including presenting my exam-related findings to the Economics Department. In the upcoming weeks and months, I’ll collaborate with LSS staff members to set these and other policies into motion. If you see me around campus, feel free to say hi! I’ve been asked to throw in a fun fact, so here goes: I'm also a swim teacher.
If you feel inspired after reading about Oli's plans, now is the time to act! Postgraduate (PGT and PGR) students and Engineering, Physical & Mathematical Sciences students, it's time to vote in the Autumn Elections! Get your voice heard and vote for your School Rep! Your School Rep will work closely with the VP Education and other elected academic reps, gathering feedback from you that will influence a change by attending high-level meetings such as School Education Committee and School Boards.
Don't hang about - voting closes at 4pm on Thursday 12 October!
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