Faculty of Natural Sciences (Undergraduate) Ordinary Member of Council

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Hello fellow students, My name is Nikitas and I am a student in the Chemistry department. I am running to represent you as an Ordinary Member in the Union Council and I would like your support. I believe that I would be an effective voice for all students in our faculty. If elected, my main focus would be the newly created Wellbeing Representation Network that has just been introduced by the Union. This was... read more
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Hi, I'm Ansh - Second Year Physicist, RCSU Science Challenge Chair and the Secretary of Mentality. I'm running to represent you at Union Council. Did you know that any Imperial student can attend Union Council meetings? That any student can propose a paper and shape the policy of a student union that represents 17,000 people? Many students don't know this; it is symptomatic of a Union that does... read more
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Hello everyone! I'm Michaela, the Physics Dep Rep. I like to think that my position is important, but I am probably the only one, because the dep reps don't even get a seat on Council (boo!). I can get one with your help though. So why should you vote me into Council? -> I will be the strong voice our Faculty needs The NSS results are a shame to the Faculty of Natural Sciences; the college takes... read more
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Hi everyone! I am John Welsh - a 4th year Chemistry with Management student. I would relish the opportunity to be the Faculty of Natural Science Ordinary Member of Council and I feel I have the necessary skills required to excel in this position. Whilst at Imperial I have been an active student representative, and was elected to be both the chemistry social secretary as well as the ACC management group treasurer... read more
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Hi all! I'm Kitty, a second year Biochemist hoping to represent the Faculty of Natural Sciences as an Ordinary Council Member this year! Honestly, before a week ago I’d never even heard of ‘ordinary council members.’ So, if successful, the first thing I’d do is let my department know who I am and what I’m there for: namely, available and eager to represent their views and ideas to shape crucial union policy... read more
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Hello fellow students, Today, you must choose a representative. It is not an easy task considering that we met two weeks ago. However, I think you should elect me as representative as I have several skills that will help me in this position. Firstly, I love speaking, debating and speaking up for my ideas. You can be assured that I will defend your (reasonable) ideas as much as possible. Secondly, I am... read more
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As an undergrad entering 2nd year in my course, Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry, I begin to realise just how important it is to make a stance in the student community. I am applying for a position as an ordinary member of council because I want to be involved in the behind-the-scenes discussions that ultimately decides how my (and your) university experience will turn out to be. I promise to take action for the... read more
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Hello! I’m Becky, I’m a final year biochemist, and I’m running to represent YOU on Union Council! I’m currently RCSU VPO and have held roles including Vice Chair of BioChemSoc, Pole and Aerial Social Sec and Year Rep. I’m running for council to get your voice heard, to represent the students and to increase communication. I want to make it easier for you to get your voice heard. Students are told their voice... read more