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
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 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
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