My name is Ada (Yuan) Chen and I am running to be your Departmental Academic Representative.
As the 1st year academic representative, I dedicated to gathering your feedback and making your academic life here at Imperial more enjoyable. I have pushed the department to make course materials in both ancillary courses available to all students on Blackboard and Panopto, organised regular study group... read more
Hello my fellow chemists! I’m a third year student student on the MSci course and I’m standing for the Departmental Academic Representative role for the 2019-2020 academic year.
But why should you vote for me?
Having been in the Chemistry department for three years, I understand that there is always room for improvement, and I am open to listening to different opinions and expressing them to the staff... read more
I'm Angharad, a second year undergraduate standing to be your Department Academic Rep for 2019/2020.
So why should you vote for me?
- I'd like to implement a trackable feedback system for during lecture courses so if there are any issues with the quality of teaching it can be noted sooner and not have to wait until SOLE
- I would like to look into increasing the number of workshops for... read more
This is Ahhyun.
--> Are you enjoying the course so far? If yes, brilliant! Please vote me, because I totally agree with you. If not, tell me why and vote me anyways so I can try to sort it out.
--> I hope you enjoyed my revision notes last term! They were posted on the chemistry group chat - if you cannot find it, just drop me a message and I can send it to you. There will be more coming, so... read more
Hello, fellow course mates!
I am Giulia and next year I will be a 3rd Year student.
Lately, we have been witnessing some improvements in the Department - from the increased number of teaching fellows to new and improved space in our building to study and meet the other students and staff. I am really keen to maintain this momentum of positive innovation.
I am always there when it's about being involved... read more