Welcome to the SRC
07/03/14 – Shortlist for Student Teaching Awards Announced
There are many great teachers across the university and the Student Teaching Awards (STAs) are your opportunity to recognise and appreciate the teaching that helps and supports you most here in Glasgow. Now in its fourth incarnation, nominations for the STAs have grown significantly year on year. This year we hope to again increase the number of nominations received as well as using the STAs as a platform to share best teaching practice across the university.
The shortlist can be viewed here: Student Teaching Awards 2013-2014
06/03/14 – Spring 2014 Election Results
The results of the SRC Spring 2014 elections were announced at 6.30pm, 6th March.
Head on over to the SRC Spring Elections 2014 – Winners page to see the full list of results and the names of all candidates elected.
Thanks to everyone who took part and congratulations to those elected!
For more information about the Spring 2014 elections, check out the SRC Spring 2014 Election pages.
05/03/14 – Spring 2014 Election voting open!
Voting is now open in the SRC Spring Elections 2014.
You can vote online from any computer at glasgow.ac.uk/vote between 9am and 5pm on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th March. You can also vote at the Welcome Point iPads in the John McIntyre Building.
The election results will be held in Room 201, John McIntyre Building at approximately 6.30pm, Thursday 6th March.
To view the list of candidates, visit the Candidates List – Spring 2014 section.
Manifestos for candidates in all constituencies up for election are available here:Election Manifestos – Spring 2014. All positions have one post available unless otherwise stated.
21/02/14 – Provisional candidate list for Spring 2014 Elections
The provisional nominations list for the SRC Spring 2014 Elections can be found here:
Spring 2014 Election Provisional Candidate list (PDF)
Once candidates have been confirmed they will be listed in full one the SRC Spring 2014 Election pages and their manifestos made available online.
The candidates meeting is a 1pm on the 25th February in the Williams Room, John McIntyre Building. The non-sabbatical heckling – 6pm on the 3rd March in the Williams Room and the sabbatical heckling – 6pm 4th March in Room 201, John McIntyre Building. Polling opens 9am Wednesday 5th March and closes at 5pm Thursday 6th March.
For more information, check out the SRC Spring 2014 Election pages.
17/02/14 – Rector Election voting open!
Voting in the Rectorial Election is now open! Cast your vote here: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/vote
Lots of interesting candidates so make sure you vote!
12/02/14 – Advice Centre Closed 14th February 2014
The Advice Centre will be closed all day on Friday but will reopen on Monday at 11:30am.
For information and advice on accommodation, council tax, employment and academic issues to name a few, check out the Advice Centre section.
If you would like to contact The Advice Centre, please email [email protected] and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
10/2/2014 – SRC Spring Elections Nominations Open
Nominations for the 2014 spring elections are now open and election packs for all the positions can be collected from the Welcome Point in the John McIntyre Building.
Downloadable versions, as well as guidelines for submitting a nomination if you are a study abroad student are available form the SRC Positions Available page.
President, VP Education, VP Student Support, VP Student Activities
Non Sabbatical Positions
Undergraduate College Convenor – 4 positions, one per college – Arts, Science & Engineering, Social Sciences, MVLS
Postgraduate College Convenor – 4 positions, one per college – Arts, Science & Engineering, Social Sciences, MVLS
Postgraduate Taught Convenor – 1 position
Welfare Officer – 8 Positions – Sexual Orientation Equality Officer, Race Equality Officer, Gender Equality Officer, Students with Disabilities Officer, Charities, Clubs & Societies Officer, Environmental Officer, Age Equality Officer, International Students Officer
School Representative – 18 Positions, one per school – Critical Studies, Culture and Creative Arts, Humanities, Modern Languages and Culture, Life Sciences, Medicine, Veterninary Medicine, Chemistry, Business, Engineering, Computing Science, Geographical and Earth Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics and Astronomy, Psychology, Education, Social and Political Sciences, Law
- Nominations close – 4pm, Friday 21st February
- Candidates Meeting, Williams Room – 1pm, Tuesday 25th February
- Non Sabbatical Heckling Meeting, Williams Room – 6pm, Monday 3rd March
- Sabbatical Heckling Meeting, Room 201, John McIntyre Building – 6pm, Tuesday 4th March
- Polling Opens – 9am, Wednesday 5th March
- Polling Closes – 5pm, Thursday 6th March
- Election Results, Room 201, John McIntyre Building – 6.30pm, Thursday 6th March
31/01/14 – One Dress | One Month
One Dress One Month starts on Monday 3rd February 2014. In November we saw those capable of growing a Mo do so for Movember. Now it’s the girls’ turn to raise money for Glasgow Women’s Aid by wearing the same dress every day for the month of February. You can choose any dress you want and have the option to get creative and accessorise – attempt to make your dress look different every day.
The One Dress One Month Launch is in the Williams Room, John McIntyre Building at 12noon on Tuesday 4th of February 2014. There will be tea, coffee and nibbles and opportunity to check out what your fellow fundraisers are wearing.
Want to get involved? Check out the One Dress One Month 2014 page!
24/01/13 – Media Week 2014
Media Week is a rare opportunity to hear what some of the key professionals from across Glasgow vibrant Media Industry have to say and to quiz them about just how ‘glitzy’ working in the Media actually is.
All of the events are free to attend and open to everyone.. So whether you are an enthusiastic anatomy student with an interest in radio or an english literature student with an eagerness to break into a career in journalism everyone is welcome.
Events are taking place all next week 27th-31st January. To find out more go to the Media Week page
You can also join the Media Week 2014 Facebook event for updates.
23/01/14 – GUSRC Annual Report for 2012/13 launched
We are proud to say that the GUSRC Annual Report 2012/13 is now available.
2012/13 was yet another transformational year for GUSRC as we continue to expand and enhance our services. The Gilchrist Postgraduate Club opened its doors in October 2012, the new Welcome Point opened in November 2012 and the year also saw significant changes to the operational structure of GUSRC, with the biggest change being made to the roles of the sabbatical officers.
For a taste of the many things that took place over 2012/13, head on over to the Annual Report 2012/13 page to read it online. We hope you enjoy finding out more in the report and appreciate the central role that GUSRC plays at the University of Glasgow.