Chemical Engineering: Year One Academic Representative

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Hi, I’m Wunmi, I’m running for academic representative to not only bring something new to the table, but to introduce a new one. I am committed to making sure that we receive high quality of education without it being extremely strenuous. Having me as your academic representative is an advantage as I believe that I am an approachable person but someone who can also command respect. Therefore, I will happily take any... read more
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The primary reason that you are here at Imperial is that you want a 2:1 or if you are extra ballsy, a first. You know it’s going to be tough and my aim, as an academic representative, is to make that journey much easier. So, what I am planning on doing? Well, for example, if you are struggling with the workload, you can approach me, and I will act to reduce it or instead push for later deadlines. Furthermore, how... read more
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An academic representative must have a variety of skills and below are a few tasters of what you can expect if you vote for me (George). Firstly, being an equally good listener and speaker will ensure not only your opinions are voiced to academics, but that they are actually acted upon leading to positive change…resulting in the class of 2019/20 leaving a lasting legacy for years to come. Working well within a team... read more
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Hi all, Sreekar here, I'll keep this manifesto brief, and just say 3 reasons why you should elect me as one of your Academic Reps. First of all, I am a very friendly and approachable person, meaning that I will always be ready to hear out suggestions, complaints, and queries about our education. I believe it is very important that a Rep should be easy to see, so you can voice concerns, sooner rather than... read more
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Here’s Wenhao, It is not easy for you guys to remember this name, hence directly call me Zed. I’m gonna talk about my friend’s experience, which could be closely relevant to why I elect for Year I Academics Reps. It was surprising that my friend seldom attend lectures but usually watch recordings and eat snacks at home, since he lived in Woodward and must take a 40-minute tube to Imperial. I am so sorry for that.... read more
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Hi Guys! I am Raksha Lalwani and I am standing for the position of Academic Year Representative for Chemical Engineering, as you might have already guessed by now ;) To introduce myself in short, I love reading novels, listening to music, and singing. Ok, so know coming to the point… I think that by becoming a Year rep., I will not only gain a new experience but also be able to make our first year not as... read more
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Why I want to become a Year Rep: - This opportunity would be an excellent base to form relationships with our year, as well as with staff in the department. - I want to be part of the support network that ensures your voice is heard, and that we all make the most out of our Imperial experience. Why I would excel in this role: - I have previously worked in other committee roles which enabled me to develop... read more
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My name is Rohit and I am running for the position of academic representative. I am an average student who will experience the same issues, both academic and personal, as most of you, making me perfect for this role as I will be extra motivated to find a solution to any problem we will face in the future. I am also hardworking, approachable and passionate about helping others, making me well suited to take up... read more
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