School Representative – Psychology
Louisa Kuehme Hello! My name is Louisa and I’m running to be your next School of Psychology Representative. I am in my second year studying Psychology and Business Management and I am willing to invest as much time and effort as necessary in order to give a strong voice to all Psychology students. As a […]
My name is Louisa and I’m running to be your next School of Psychology Representative. I am in my second year studying Psychology and Business Management and I am willing to invest as much time and effort as necessary in order to give a strong voice to all Psychology students.
As a School Representative, my primary role would be to continue and improve communication among SRC, staff and the student body. I feel confident assuming this role due to my previous experience of working within the SRC as a Fresher’s Helper. Being a SRC Helper has taught me a lot about the importance of student representation and has provided me with practical insights into how the SRC functions. I am also an active member of a number of societies including the Psychology Society and am passionate about my studies.
My priorities would be improved feedback on essays, lab reports and especially on exams. Furthermore, I would like students to receive more information about career opportunities, part-time jobs and internships related to Psychology. I would also ensure that all lectures continue to be recorded and are available on Moodle so that students can access them at any time.
Hello, my name is Thais Ramdani, and I’m a third year Psychology student running for School of Psychology Representative.
I have had experience with the SRC, through being a Fresher’s Helper for the past two years, and an active member of the PR team. I have also been elected as a class representative, which will help in forming a strong bond between students, staff, and the SRC.
If elected, I will:
- Continue the work carried out by previous school representatives on the involvement of class representatives. I wish to make their attendance to meetings compulsory, and implement a meeting with the school representative each semester;
- Improve feedback in the school, which will allow students to feel more comfortable in their work. Proper feedback is important in helping students grow and progress;
- Work on the issues raised regarding the way LGBTQ+ identities have been discussed in classes, and the way these have been dealt with. It is fundamental for a school, especially in psychology, to discuss the full spectrum in order for students to feel safe in the department.
Thank you for reading, and I hope you will consider me for your School of Psychology Representative.