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Meet your Part-Time Election Candidates 2022

Written by: UPSU

 

It's time to decide who represents you and makes positive change at your University, for you!

Part-Time officers and Part-Time student representatives are effectively your voice with the power to make it heard at multiple levels of the university, the city, and even further! That's why it's important to share your views on who represents you in this election.

There are multiple student candidates looking for your votes!

 

Vote here 

 


 

Part-Time Officers

Part-Time Officers work to drive forward positive change for their fellow students through their own campaigns, whilst continuously looking to proactively engage with the student body and collate any feedback relating to the student experience, framed by the context of the particular part-time officer role held and more.

 

Will Jones

Candidate for the position of Union Council Chair

Isabel Saxby

Candidate for the position of Part-Time Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Officer

Esther Obayomi

Candidate for the position of Part-Time International Students Officer

Hazel Ward

Candidate for the position of Part-Time Mature Students Officer

Tina Hunt

Candidate for the position of Part-Time Mature Students Officer

Sarala Donikku Hewa

Candidate for the position of Part-Time Mature Students Officer

Ahmed Hammad

Candidate for the position of Part-Time Postgraduate Research Officer

Alangel Joseph 

Candidate for the position of Part-Time Sports Officer

Louise Fisher

Candidate for the position of Part-Time Volunteering Officer

Radhika Dave

Candidate for the position of Part-Time Welfare Officer

Samuel Alao

Candidate for the position of Member of Accountability Board

 


 

School Reps

School Representatives work to create positive change at a school level so that every student at the University of Plymouth has an effective and fulfilling academic experience. A School Rep’s role is to gather constructive feedback and ideas from their Course Reps to present at the relevant meetings and to communicate any changes or key information to their school.

 

Ryan Compton

Candidate for the position of School of Society and Culture Representative

Louis Wilson

Candidate for the position of School of Society and Culture Representative

Robert Dyson

Candidate for the position of School of Art, Design & Architecture Representative

Nyerhovwo Akpoguma

Candidate for the position of Plymouth Business School Representative

Marjolein Hewlett

Candidate for the position of Peninsula Medical School Representative

Owais Raja

Candidate for the position of School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Representative


 

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