Spring Election 2018 Results
Here are the candidates elected in the SRC Spring Election 2018. Sabbatical Officers President: Lauren “Shoogle” McDougall VP Education: Emma Hardy VP Student Support: Fatemeh Nokhbatolfoghahai VP Student Activities: Scott Kirby Welfare and Equal Opportunities Officers Age Equality Officer: Elliot Napier Charities, Clubs and Societies Officer: Struan McLean Environmental Officer: Ross Mowbray Gender Equality Officer: Joanne […]
Here are the candidates elected in the SRC Spring Election 2018.
- President: Lauren “Shoogle” McDougall
- VP Education: Emma Hardy
- VP Student Support: Fatemeh Nokhbatolfoghahai
- VP Student Activities: Scott Kirby
Welfare and Equal Opportunities Officers
- Age Equality Officer: Elliot Napier
- Charities, Clubs and Societies Officer: Struan McLean
- Environmental Officer: Ross Mowbray
- Gender Equality Officer: Joanne Cardwell
- International Students Officer: Basel Shehabi
- Mental Health Equality Officer: Maria Teresa Banos
- UG Arts College Convenor: Vicky Ferry
- UG MVLS College Convenor: Fadel Shoughari
- UG Science and Engineering Convenor: Bethan Hall Jones
- UG Social Sciences College Convenor: Claire McCormack
- PG Social Sciences College Convenor: Ketong Zhang
- PG Research Convenor: Flynn Gewirtz O’Reilly
- Business School: Elisabetta Trasatti
- School of Computing Science: Kyle Burns
- School of Culture and Creative Arts: Leo Cerosky
- School of Engineering: David Dunn
- School of Humanities: Hannah Lysons
- School of Law: Daniel Buchan
- School of Mathematics and Statistics: Razeen Rohan
- School of Modern Languages and Cultures:
- School of Physics and Astronomy: Darius Darulis
- School of Social and Political Sciences:
- School of Veterinary Medicine: Antonia Da Fonseca Ioannou
Election results – Spring 18 PDF
If the SRC wish to consider why they have difficulty in engaging with the student body and encouraging the student body to take an interest in the SRC, they might review their communications strategy. Top of the list should be ensuring that, after an election, the student body are notified of the result by email/ Facebook/Twitter etc. Posting it on the SRC webpage under news is not an effective way of communicating with your audience.
Thanks for your feedback Iain, we are always looking for ways to improve how we communicate with students.
We are pleased to inform that we also posted on the SRC and the Gilchrist Postgraduate Club social media channels with the results but we will take your suggestion of email on board to consider using for future elections.
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