School of Critical Studies Representative

Georgia Charalambous Hello, my name is Georgia and I’m a 3rd year English Language student. I would make the perfect candidate for a school representative. First of all, the experience of being a class rep in English Literature last year provided essential skills to move on a school level representation. I’ve also been involved with […]

Georgia Charalambous

Hello, my name is Georgia and I’m a 3rd year English Language student. I would make the perfect candidate for a school representative. First of all, the experience of being a class rep in English Literature last year provided essential skills to move on a school level representation. I’ve also been involved with the University life while working on different volunteering opportunities such as being a teacher of Greek for Language4Water student society. I am super-friendly and easy to approach. I have already talked to some of you asking about the overall student experience and what could be done to improve it. I can definitely tell that most of the feedback I gathered concerns university’s issues with organisation. I believe in student voice and its potential to make a change. If elected, I’ll do my best to ensure that your views are being addressed in the most constructive way.
My final point: Vote for Georgia

Naomi Duffy-Welsh

Hello there!

My name is Naomi, or Duffy as my friends sometimes call me. I’m a fourth year English Literature student and I think I would be an excellent school of critical studies representative for several reasons.

I am a compassionate and reliable person and am genuinely interested in making improvements within the school of critical studies. I have previously been a class representative for English Literature, so feel I know how important communication channels are between students and staff to solve teaching related problems and bring about positive changes.

If elected, I promise to ensure that any problems or opinions brought to me by students of the school are heard by the student council and addressed with the utmost importance.

I will attempt to improve communications between the SRC and students of critical studies by making use of the student voice to address and debate prominent issues.

Most importantly I will work towards securing a private study space within the university campus for students of critical studies, in attempt to ease the stress of competing for desk space in the main library, which is particularly prominent around the spring examination period.