School Representative Life Sciences
Kirstin Leslie Hello! I’m Kirstin and I’m a fourth year Virology student. Having worked with the SRC in two fresher’s weeks, my eyes have been opened to what an invaluable organisation it can be. From there I have also worked with the SRC publicity team to inform others on how they can benefit too. As […]
Hello! I’m Kirstin and I’m a fourth year Virology student.
Having worked with the SRC in two fresher’s weeks, my eyes have been opened to what an invaluable organisation it can be. From there I have also worked with the SRC publicity team to inform others on how they can benefit too.
As a board member for the GU Infection and Immunity Society for the past year, I know that many of our course-related societies need to grow and improve so that people want get involved earlier in their university careers. I believe I can help.
If elected, I will work closely with all of the school Class Rep’s to ensure that your voice is heard at the top level. The SRC are already working to improve Examination feedback and this is an area where I feel Life Sciences particularly needs enhanced. I will also work to keep you informed on what the SRC are doing and how you can get the most out of us, so that you can leave the university with more than a degree.
So please vote Kirstin as your No#1 School of Life Sciences Representative!!
Hi, I’m Nandor (not the restaurant) a 3rd year Physiology student looking to represent you!
I believe students need to be heard and would benefit from the fresh pair of eyes I would bring to the Council. I see great potential in engaging more 1st and 2nd year students in their subject related Societies and would also like to run advice surgeries to help them make the right course choices. Another idea is to work with our school in conjunction with the library to get more course textbooks electronically available.
Before my studies, I worked in a homeless shelter, a lab and a hospital for a year which gave me great life experience and allowed me to start Uni with a mature student’s perspective. Also, as a sportsman, last year I joined the GU Boat Club where I was in the winning Novice Men’s Eight at the 2014 Scottish Championship. But now I’d like to engage in another passion of mine: representing our school.
Let me represent you because I’d love to take our voices forward in Council and School meetings. Don’t hesitate to contact me on email@example.com and I look forward to hearing your ideas!