PG MVLS College Convenor

Dave Walker Hi! I’m Dave and I’m hoping to secure your vote for the position of Postgraduate Convenor for the College of MVLS. My experience that makes me suited to the role include (but are not limited to) two years as a Council Member, during one of which I occupied a seat on Senate, being […]

Dave Walker

Hi! I’m Dave and I’m hoping to secure your vote for the position of Postgraduate Convenor for the College of MVLS.

My experience that makes me suited to the role include (but are not limited to) two years as a Council Member, during one of which I occupied a seat on Senate, being heavily involved in aspects of quality assurance at the University (principally as a student reviewer for a Periodic Subject Review and Enhancement-Led Institutional Review), training Class Representatives and Freshers’ Helping for 3 years.

If elected, I want to look at the feedback and representation structure in MVLS. I have spoken with the current “Head Rep” and we’ve discussed the need for a more cohesive structure and I believe my experience with the SRC will facilitate this process.

More generally, I am desperate to crack the Class Representative structure before I finish my Masters, and I am change the mentality towards representation at the most basic yet crucial level across the University.

If you have any specific questions, feel free to email me at 0907037w@student.gla.ac.uk – otherwise, thank you for reading and please consider making me your #1 vote for Postgraduate MVLS Convenor.

Vaishnavi Shankar

Hi, I’m Vaishnavi, a MVLS PG student, ready to listen to YOUR concerns.

Being a representative of a student body has always been part of my college life, so be assured that by choosing me, you’ll be picking one of the more experienced students, well aware of the quirks and perks of getting points across and things done. I’ve moved from Executive Officer to the post of Secretary in my last University’s Student Council, and during each stage, I brought new changes to the system, ensuring students got what they wanted. And in almost all cases, they did!

Though this will be my first year at the SRC Council, I am confident that I can represent the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences and be the voice for your thoughts to be heard by the SRC and by extension, the rest of the University. And through me, that voice will be turned into action. If elected, I will ensure that issues raised by students will be informed to and dealt with at the right hierarchy, so that the end result is always favourable to the students.

Got an issue? Always ready to listen and act!