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29
Jun

Could you be our next VP Education and Democracy?

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Nominations open today in our by-election to find the next VP Education and Democracy! Make sure to put your name forward if you’d like to lead on all things Education and Democracy at SUSU and make positive change for students across the University.

Remember, no previous experience or volunteering with SUSU is required – all you need is passion for representing students and ideas of what you’d like to achieve in your year.

The role is open to all students whether you are Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught or Research. If you’re looking for the next step after your studies, anyone who … Read the rest

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26
Jun

Update on our Sabb team 2020-21

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On Wednesday 01 July, the new Sabbatical Officer team will take office for the academic year 2020/21. However, we have unfortunately been made aware recently that the student elected to the role of VP Education & Democracy will be unable to fulfil the requirements of the role because of their particular visa restrictions.

We will, therefore, be holding a by-election for the role of VP Education & Democracy, which will open on Monday 29 June.

Due to the need to elect someone to this key role as quickly as possible, nominations will be open until Thursday 09 July, and voting … Read the rest

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20
Mar

Academic Elections: The Results!

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Thank you to everyone who voted in the Academic Elections! We received 844 votes.

The elected VP Education and Democracy is Chidiogo Odunukwe.

The elected Faculty Officers are:
Environment and Life Sciences Faculty Officer – Renee Johnson
Arts and Humanities Faculty Officer – Joanne Lisney

This means your elected Sabbatical team for 2020-21 is:
Union President – Olivia Reed
VP Education and Democracy – Chidiogo Odunukwe
VP Activities
– Corin Holloway
VP Sports
– Samuel Tweedle
VP Welfare and Community
– Nicole Akuezumba

We’re looking forward to working with our new Officers soon!

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19
Mar

Academic Elections: Voting Now Open!

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Voting in our Academic Elections is now open until Friday 20 March at 16:00! This is your chance to say who should be our next VP Education and Democracy, Arts and Humanities Faculty Officer, and Environment and Life Sciences Faculty Officer.

VOTE HERE

Make sure you take a look at all the candidates’ key points and why they think you should vote for them here: Academic Elections Candidates.

Wondering why you should vote? Here’s a few reasons…

  • Whoever wins represents you – yes, you! Our Sabbatical and Faculty Officers are here to represent all students at Southampton.
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16
Mar

Academic Elections: Meet Your Candidates

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It’s time to meet the candidates running to be your next VP Education and Democracy and Faculty Officers in our Academic Elections!

VP Education and Democracy

Arts and Humanities Faculty Officer

Environment and Life Sciences Faculty Officer

See the full list of candidates here: Academic Elections Candidates

Voting opens Thursday 19 March, 09:00 and is open until Friday 20 March, 16:00. (When voting opens, vote here).… Read the rest

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09
Mar

Academic Elections: Nominations Now Open

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Could you be our next VP Education and Democracy or a Faculty Officer? Nominations in our Academic Elections are now open, so this is your chance to put your name forward!

Find out more and nominate yourself for one of these roles here: susu.org/elections.
Nominations are open until Friday 13 March at 13:00.

VP Education and Democracy

This role is a paid, full-time opportunity and the main priorities are:

Represent Students’ Academic Interests

  • Lead and support the Undergraduate academic representation structure
  • Provide representation for all Postgraduate students, including leading the Postgraduate Committee and the Postgraduate Research Faculty Reps
  • Work
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