Chemical Engineering: Year One Academic Representative

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My name is ATHANASIOS (THANOS) CHAROS, I am from Greece and I am running as this year's academic representative. In the past, I have been an elected member of my school's student council, for six consecutive years. During that time, I learnt how to deal with problems my peers had, how to transfer them to people in charge and effectively solve them. Having heard so many complaints, nothing can surprise me,... read more
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Hi ( ! ) In theory, fluids can behave ideally; In practice , however, they go into a turbulent havoc of randomness that needs a Chemical Engineer to set it straight. Theory differs from practice. Just like you, I started studying ChemEng at Imperial in October, and am genuinely excited about the course; nevertheless, I am certain that issues will emerge throughout the year, and will also need a Chemical... read more
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You’re probably asking yourself why I deserve to serve as your ChemEng Rep this year. I’ve asked myself that question a lot too (oops). You’re probably also anticipating a long-drawn list of my achievements. I’m going to leave all of that out to outline some promises that I’ll be making to you. As a student, I highly value accessibility in my teachers/administrators. I promise not only to be accessible, but at your... read more
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I believe that we should have the best learning experience while we’re here. If that’s not the case, I want to help. I’ll do my best to resolve any problems that arise during the year, by discussing our academic concerns with the staff. No issue is a trivial one and our feedback is valuable. We need to support each other to get our voices heard and to get the most out of our experience. Being your academic rep will... read more