Kerry12 May 2016 17:31
Summer Elections: The Results
Congratulations to all of the winners of the Summer Elections!
Chair of Senate (Changed from Chair of Council as per the Democratic Reform proposal at the AGM)
Benjamin Franklin wins the election with 247 votes, compared to 108 for Matthew Cowley.
Hoda Amar wins the election with 153 votes.
There was actually a tie for this position with 18 votes, so the winner was randomly selected. Yasmin Yu wins the election.
Tirzah Thompson wins the election with 241 votes.
This was a very close elections with four candidates, but the winner was Olivia Owen with 231 votes.
Serban Beraziu wins this election with 223 votes.
There were two positions available, and six candidates. The two people who were successfully elected were Rebecca James and Liibaan Mohamed with 96 and 107 votes respectively.
Shreya Vasu was elected for this position, with just three votes higher than the next highest candidate, at 138 votes.
Aeronautic and Astronautics- Cassie Phillips
Archaeology – Petra Jones
Biological Sciences- Abbie Elizabeth Radford
Business- Sumaiya Hameed
Chemistry- Ali Laham
Economics- Mohsen Dehghan Nayyei
Education- Thomas Fahey
English- Olivia Krauze
Environmental Science-Amy Paraskeva
Geography- Matt Evans
Gerontology- Sarawan Pensook
Law- Tom Davies
Mechanical Engineering- George Anderson
Modern Languages- Kirby Moore
Music- Kitty O’Neal
Natural Sciences- Adam Tod
Nursing- Rebecca Thomsen
Occupational Therapy- Elizabeth Heron
Ocean and Earth Sciences- Jonathon Hendry
Philosophy- Bruno Russell
Physics and Astronomy- Imogen Bird
Physiotherapy- Sophie Burton
Podiatry- Alix Beesley
Politics and International Relations- Jonathon Kirman
Ship Science- Alessandro Romano
Social Sciences- Elizabeth Thomas
Social Statistics and Demography- Grace Davis
Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology- Mihaela Gherda
Course Rep Position Winners
BM (EU) Medicine Year 3- Annie Meierkord
BM5 (EU) Medicine Year 3- Anna Halstead and Danielle Hart
English Year 2- Nicole Kalinowska, Eleanor Brain
English Year 3- Francesca Carasco
History Year 3- Louis Jeffries and Steven Valentine
Law Year 2- Mark Kiggundu and Jess-Aria Nown
Law Year 3- Arun Aggarwal and Minh Nguyen
Occupational Therapy Year 3- Abbie Gallant