Undergraduate Convenor – MVLS

Fergus Taylor Hello, My name’s Fergus Taylor, I’m a third year medical student, and I’d like to become your next MVLS Convenor. This past year I’ve worked on council as your School of Medicine Representative – I’ve met with senior members of staff to help implement new welfare support, assisted charities organised by students, and […]

Fergus Taylor

Fergus TaylorHello,

My name’s Fergus Taylor, I’m a third year medical student, and I’d like to become your next MVLS Convenor.

This past year I’ve worked on council as your School of Medicine Representative – I’ve met with senior members of staff to help implement new welfare support, assisted charities organised by students, and represented the SofM in meetings across the university.

I’m applying as Convenor so I can assist the MVLS School Reps, support MVLS and its students, and further the benefits to welfare I’ve been working on in the SRC.

I’d like to;

  • help increase the range of support, for students under stress.
  • help organise the MVLS School reps to voice the concerns and views of students, and push the University to respond to them.
  • be available for anyone, as a point of contact in the MVLS to approach, and listen to issues not focussed upon by the University, but affecting us all.

My time in the SRC this year has provided some of my most worthwhile moments at university. If voted for, I’d like to take the experiences I’ve gained on council, and apply them to this coming year, and I hope to better the MVLS for it.

Marc Vives Enrich

Marc EnrichI am a 3rd year Molecular & Cellular Biology student who is looking to improve the students’ university life. My experience as a Class Representative both in 1st and 2nd year and being a Senior Resident in the University’s biggest Student Accommodation has given me vast experience in dealing with various problems, desk work and University’s Policies and infrastructure efficiently.

If I get elected I will use this experience to improve the state of the College by:

Firstly, work on finally getting a reading week as it has proven to give students time to relax and focus on their assessments, leading to higher grades.

Secondly, incorporate a box into Moodle where students can write down their concerns, problems, ideas and doubts for me to solve or to improve.

Lastly, reconfiguring the mail to split the Inbox into: Received for normal mail, Announcements for course work and Opportunities for public lectures, award contests and those extra events that fill in the student life and your CV.

If you choose to elect me I will work hard to meet your needs and represent you in both the SRC and the Senate to create a better academic environment.

Vote For Marc Vives Enrich!