Want to become a Faculty Rep?
If you're interested in being a Faculty Rep and your school/department position is vacant (check the list of current reps below to be sure) then from 9am 8 February - 5pm 19 February you can nominate yourself! To do so you just need to send an email to email@example.com with the name of the position you're interested in and an optional 300 word blurb on why you want the position.
The following week (w/c 22 Feb) will see a co-option panel of current reps meet to vote on the nominations and you will be contacted with the results via email shortly after.
Think you're interested but not sure yet? Read below for more information on what an Faculty Rep is.
What is a Faculty Rep?
Faculty Reps are a key part of the Education Network here at UoNSU. These reps are elected as a key role to represent Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught and Postgraduate Research students at a Faculty-wide level, both through supporting the Reps accross their school and lobbying/campaigning for wider Faculty-level changes. These reps primarily: gather feedback, campaign and attend key meetings, but for a full overview of the role responsibilities, please read the role profile for the specific position below!
Undergraduate Faculty Reps
There are 6 Undergraduate Faculty Reps - one student from each of the University's five faculties: Arts, Engineering, Science, Social Sciences and two for Medicine & Health Sciences (clinical/non-clinical). Undergraduate Faculty Reps specifically support the Education Reps within their Faculty (lists of whom can be found here).
Are you interested in making positive changes, representing your peers and taking on a role next academic year? We're currently recruiting for Faculty Reps now - click here to find out more! Please note: To become an UG Faculty Rep students would need experience as a Course or Education rep previously
Who is my Faculty Rep?
|Medicine and Health Sciences (Clinical)||VACANTAPPLY NOW|
|Medicine and Health Sciences (Non-Clinical)||Bayiha Klaud Francheska|
|Science||Jes Sie Wong|
|Social Sciences||Katie Ward|
Postgraduate Faculty Reps
There are 10 Postgraduate Faculty Reps - one Master’s student and one PhD student from each of the University's five faculties: Arts, Engineering, Medicine & Health Sciences, Science, and Social Sciences.
There are 10 Postgraduate Faculty Reps - one student from each of the University's five faculties: Arts, Engineering, Science, Social Sciences and two for Medicine & Health Sciences for Postgraduate Taught students and one student from each faculty for Postgraduate Research students. Postgraduate Faculty Reps specifically support the Course Reps within their Faculty (lists of whom will be provided to them by their Rep Coordinator).
Role profile of an Undergraduate Faculty Rep. We are currently working on creating a Role Profile for Postgraduate Research and Taught Faculty Reps specifically, as some of the meetings attended differ to that of Undergraduate Faculty Reps, but there are a lot of similarities so we recommend reading this to start with.
Are you interested in making positive changes, representing your peers and taking on a role next academic year? We're currently recruiting for Postgraduate Research Faculty Reps now - click here to find out more! Please note: To become a PGR Faculty Rep we recommend you have been a Course Rep or Education Rep previously, either in your Undergraduate or Postgraduate studies, although we welcome all candidates!
Postgraduate Taught Faculty Reps are elected in October/November time.
Who is my Faculty Rep?
|PGR Arts||Kyle Campbell|
|PGR Engineering||Olamide Eso|
|PGT Medicine and Health Sciences||Ifigenia Constantinou|
|PGR Medicine and Health Sciences||VACANT|
|PGR Science||Steven Gibney|
|PGT Social Sciences||VACANT|
|PGR Social Sciences||Tiago Machado Costa|
If you are a Course Rep and you can't get in touch with your Education or Faculty Rep, or you currently don't have one drop us an email for advice.