VOICE CONFERENCE 2019: Meet your Department Reps!
This week, we’ve had a fantastic time meeting and training your course reps, getting them ready for the year ahead.
Check out what we covered at this year’s Student Voice Conference:
It all kicked off getting Course Reps to better understand their role and how they can make a real change at Staffs and how they can enhance your experience at University, including how much students feel a sense of belonging here.
Next up, Parking. The hottest topic on campus right now.
We invited Stephen Baggott (University Estates) to come and answer all your burning questions. Your reps made sure your concerns and difficulties were heard and we continue to work closely with the University to tackle some of the issues that have been highlighted regarding parking.
Don’t forget to feedback to your Course Rep if you haven’t already on this topic or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
At the end of an incredible and empowering day, we revealed the results of your Department Representatives – the students who will lead your Course Reps to support your whole Department.
There were many passionate students involved and we can now announce your 2019-20 Department Reps are:
- Thaleia Marioli, Biology
- Tynon Sheen, Business School (1)
- Ashlee MacDonald, Business School (2)
- David Waugh, Computing
- Lucy-Jayne Anderson, Criminal Justice & Forensics
- Natasha Westwood, Education
- Adam Bentley, Engineering & Design
- Alyisha Vaughn, Film, Media & Journalism
- Chris Harding, Games & Visual Effects
- Annie Middleton, Law
- Rob Edge, Midwfery & Allied Health Professions
- Erica Blake, Nursing
- Rob Craddock, Psychology
- Amanda Payne, Social Work & Welfare
- Richard James Boczko, Sport & Exercise
If you’re a Course Rep who couldn’t make Voice Conference don’t worry – there’ll be online training available very soon and you can always follow-up with Student Voice!
Not sure if your course has a rep, or wanting to get involved yourself?
Then contact email@example.com
Course Reps with new Department Rep Amanda Payne (right) and Vice President of HSC, Scott William Smith (left).