UG College Convenor Science and Engineering

Imran Hafeez The college of Science and Engineering at the University of Glasgow is a world renowned college the holds host to ground breaking research and a wide array of intellectual individuals. As such, this college needs the best representation for issues involving the University. My name is Imran Hafeez and I have been on […]

Imran Hafeez

IMAG0674 The college of Science and Engineering at the University of Glasgow is a world renowned college the holds host to ground breaking research and a wide array of intellectual individuals. As such, this college needs the best representation for issues involving the University.
My name is Imran Hafeez and I have been on council for a year as the School of Engineering representative. Before this appointment I was thoroughly involved with the Biomedical Engineering society and was also departmental representative for my first year at university. I have always looked to engage with students and improve the student experience around campus, socially and academically. During my time on council I have been involved in the redevelopment of the campus and have also worked on improving the facilities of the School of Engineering buildings.
If elected, I will represent the college in the new redevelopment program being undertaken by the university. I feel that more can be done to facilitate students in this college with more learning spaces. I will also look into improving the social experience, working with the variety of societies within the college to host more events together.

Alex Pancheva

AlexPanchevaHello everyone! My name is Alex Pancheva, current 3rd year Software Engineering student and SRC School of Computing Science Rep, and I would like to become your next SRC College of Science & Engineering Convenor.
Over the past year, I have had the chance to work with staff members to ensure that student feedback is taken into consideration when changes are made to course structure and assessments. In addition, by being a Freshers’ helper and a council member, I have familiarised myself with the work of the SRC and I would love to continue representing students to the best of my ability.
If elected, I will:
• Work in partnership with the school reps to ensure that any arising issues are resolved
• Provide the student viewpoint at various faculty meetings
• Organise regular drop-in sessions to identify any issues within the college
• Encourage school reps to work together and exchange ideas
• Look into beneficial learning and teaching practices used by other colleges that could be implemented across Science & Engineering
Thank you for your consideration!