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Student Rep Elections (Oct 2021)

Semester One Student Rep Elections - Student Officers, School Representatives and Student Councillors.

The polls have closed.

Student Officer Postgraduate

The Vice-President Postgraduate (Full-Time, Paid):

  • Represents postgraduate students to the University to make sure that their education meets their expectations
  • Works with School & Course Reps to make sure that postgraduate students' voices are heard
  • Supports a sense of postgraduate community in Queen’s

Full Role Description

  • Abraham Wilson Manifesto

    Your Voice is My Voice. Vote for Abraham!

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Part-Time - Environmental Officer

The Environmental Officer (Voluntary, Unpaid):

  • Is the leading student voice on environmental and ethical trading issues
  • Campaigns on environmental and ethical trading issues
  • Encourages students to become more involved in environmental and ethical trading activities

Full Role Description

  • Dariya Mariya Petryshyn Manifesto

    Green is good. A vote for Dariya is a vote for a greener campus!

  • Nouman Qadir

  • Arva .

    Let’s Unite to Save the Earth!

  • Jack Powell Manifesto

    Let's stop the jargon & spin - Let's prove that students voices MUST be heard - Let's make positive changes for us ALL & for future students. After all, aren't we learning to become leaders? Let's lead the charge!

  • Aidan Moran Manifesto

    Radical change does not come from individuals in meetings. Radical change comes from mass movements working together to struggle for a better future. I will empower students to campaign against Carbon Emissions and fight for a Green New Deal. The time for radical change is NOW!

  • Sanyukta Pallavi

  • Sheetal Sahu

  • Jie Fang

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Part-Time - Postgraduate Research Officer

The Postgraduate Research Officer:

Is the voice of postgraduate research students in the Union, University and beyond

Campaigns on issues of importance to postgraduate research students

Encourages postgraduate research students to become more involved in the Union

  • Gulnahar Begum

    Let your voices be heard, let your issues be solved!

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Part-Time - Postgraduate Taught Officer

The Postgraduate Taught Officer:

Is the voice of postgraduate taught students in the Union, University and beyond

Campaigns on issues of importance to postgraduate taught students

Encourages postgraduate taught students to become more involved in the Union

  • Karttikeya Hora Manifesto

    We like Karttikeya yes, we do! we’ll vote for him and so should you!

  • Karthik Ravichandran Manifesto

    Understand, Evaluate and Work towards betterment of society and for a cause. Every optimistic steps taken forward will be a global solution you provide.

  • Sneha Renukamurthy

    I win, you win. Keep calm and vote for Sneha to represent you. University is an experience in itself, hence it is important that you make the most of it. Make your voice heard because together we can do more and we can do better.

  • Sushmitha Balesh Manifesto

    Being part of one of the most challenging postgraduate programs demands a lot of effort. There may be times when we need someone to talk, console, motivate or just listen to us. I want to be there for you as a go-to person no matter what the concern is.

  • Jamie Lukas Campbell

  • Samit Raj Shilakar

    We grow together with Diversity and Inclusion.

  • Emilie Hines Manifesto

    More Funding, More Consideration, More Mental Health Awareness!

  • Vidyashree Hiremath .

  • Paras Saini

  • Suhani Puneet Abrol Manifesto

    Putting a plan in action to assure your satisfaction

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Part-Time - Trans Students' Officer

The Trans Students’ Officer (Voluntary, Unpaid):

  • Is the voice of Trans students in the Union, University and beyond
  • Campaigns on issues of importance to Trans students
  • Encourages Trans students to become more involved in the Union
  • Highlights instances of discrimination in Queen’s if these occur

Full Role Description

    • Avery Johnston Manifesto

      Queen's Needs to Treat its Trans Students Better

    • Re-open Nominations (R.O.N.) About

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    Students' Union Council - AHSS Representative (Undergraduate)

    Representatives of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences on the Students' Union Council.

    Student Council is the main decision-making forum of the Students’ Union. It decides what the Students' Union should be working on, what position we take on local and global issues and also makes sure that the Student Officers are working hard to make the changes you want to happen.

    • Matthew Taylor Manifesto

      Ensuring QUB's Mental Health Strategy is fully implemented, funded and suits the needs of ALL students.

    • Jie Fang

    • Jess Crisp Manifesto

      Vote Jess for equal opportunities.

    • Rachel Hasson

      Representing your voice for feminism, disability, mental health and the environment. Make your voice heard and be the change you want to see!

    • Bryony Tunney

    • Eimear Willett

      As an student of International Politics, I understand the importance of representation. A vote for me means a strong voice at student council advocating for and representing issues such as abortion and women’s rights, climate change, mental health, LGBTQ+ rights, disability rights and much more.

    • Miah Lynch

    • Ryley Lopushinsky

    • Yasmin Gorman

    • Ryan McGuigan

    • Emma Buckley

    • Jenny Steele

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    Students' Union Council - EPS Representative (Undergraduate)

    Representatives of Engineering and Physical Sciences on the Students' Union Council.

    Student Council is the main decision-making forum of the Students’ Union. It decides what the Students' Union should be working on, what position we take on local and global issues and also make sure that the Student Officers are working hard to make the changes you want to happen.

    • Joseph Scott Manifesto

    • Alina MacKenzie

    • Ryan Rogan Manifesto

      Fighting for Accessible and Affordable Education

    • Rebecca Smyth

    • Huda Al Baqali

    • Tiarnan Smyth

    • Caoimhe OHare

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    Students' Union Council - MHLS Representative (Undergraduate)

    Representatives of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences on the Students' Union Council.

    Student Council is the main decision-making forum of the Students’ Union. It decides what the Students' Union should be working on, what position we take on local and global issues and also make sure that the Student Officers are working hard to make the changes you want to happen.

    • Kit Penlington

    • Jacob Kyle

    • Rebekah Carton

    • Gitanjali Poobalan

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    Students' Union Council - Postgraduate Representative

    Representatives of Postgraduate Students on the Students' Union Council.

    Student Council is the main decision-making forum of the Students’ Union. It decides what the Students' Union should be working on, what position we take on local and global issues and also make sure that the Student Officers are working hard to make the changes you want to happen.

    • Becca Stuttard Manifesto

      Better with Becca!

    • Thea Mawhinney

    • Matthew Charlwood

    • Gulnahar Begum

      Let your voices be heard, let your issues be solved.

    • Beatrice Titcombe

    • Vidyashree Hiremath . Manifesto

      Some people are worth voting for, Let's bring the change .

    • Ashly Cronin McCartney

    • Karthik Ravichandran Manifesto

      Understand, Evaluate and Work towards betterment of society and for a cause. Every optimistic steps taken forward will be a global solution you provide.

    • Owain Phillips

    • Matthew McCallion

      PhD Researcher at QUB School of Law. Practising Barrister. SU Council member 2014-2019. Ex-Deputy Speaker. Ex-Teaching Assistant. Interests include Disability rights, Postgraduate issues, Council rules and procedures, Clubs and societies, Holding officers to account, Improving the lives of all students across QUB, and the Oxford comma.

    • Nouman Qadir

    • Lauren Mallon Manifesto

    • Hannah Weir

    • Brendan Loughran

    • Jack Powell Manifesto

      I still have more that needs to get done!

    • Samit Raj Shilakar

    • Emma Rooney

    • Sushmitha Balesh Manifesto

      Being part of one of the most challenging postgraduate programs demands a lot of effort. There may be times when we need someone to talk, console, motivate or just listen to us. I want to be there for you as a go-to person no matter what the concern is.

    • Jamie Lukas Campbell

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    Students' Union Council - All Student Representative

    Representatives elected by all students to the Students' Union Council.

    Student Council is the main decision-making forum of the Students’ Union. It decides what the Students' Union should be working on, what position we take on local and global issues and also make sure that the Student Officers are working hard to make the changes you want to happen.

    • Rowan Fitton Manifesto

      A Voice for Clubs and Societies! A Voice for Student Opportunities!

    • Astrid Rudjord Manifesto

      Vote for a progressive and radical voice in the Student Council-Vótáil ar son guth forásach agus radacach sa Comhairle na Mac Léinn.

    • Molly Quinn Manifesto

      Feel like you should have a say? Vote Molly today!

    • Suhani Puneet Abrol Manifesto

      I’m kind and fair so vote for me and I will care!

    • Siddhesh Palav

    • Jay Radcliffe Manifesto

      The only way is Jay!

    • Shay Eagers

    • Paul Hannaway

    • Seána Marie Clarkin

    • Lauren Murphy

    • Leyla Dalkic

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    Students' Union Council - All First Year Representative

    Representatives of First-Year Students on the Students' Union Council.

    Student Council is the main decision-making forum of the Students’ Union. It decides what the Students' Union should be working on, what position we take on local and global issues and also makes sure that the Student Officers are working hard to make the changes you want to happen.

    • Naomi Tully

    • Kelan O'Kane

    • Rachel Toner

    • Daniel Neill

    • Adam Wilson

    • Joel Hartley

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    Students' Union Council - International Student Representative (including INTO)

    Representatives of International Students on the Students' Union Council.

    Student Council is the main decision-making forum of the Students’ Union. It decides what the Students' Union should be working on, what position we take on local and global issues and also make sure that the Student Officers are working hard to make the changes you want to happen.

    • Ci Wen Chung Manifesto

      Together, we stand strong!

    • Rand Said

    • Sneha Renukamurthy Manifesto

      I win, you win. Keep calm and vote for Sneha to represent you. University can be an exciting yet daunting experience. But don't get lost along the way. Make your voice heard because together we can do more and do better.

    • Daniel Orjuela Vargas

    • Hnin Oo Wai

    • Dariya Mariya Petryshyn Manifesto

      As Shawn Mendes would say, There’s nothin’ holdin’ you back from voting for Dariya!

    • Keerttiga Ravi

    • Vinayak Naik

    • Aida Kamilia Binti Roslan

    • Botaguzi Aleimasi

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    Students' Union Council - Queen's Accommodation

    Representatives of Students in Queen's Accommodation.

    Student Council is the main decision-making forum of the Students’ Union. It decides what the Students' Union should be working on, what position we take on local and global issues and also makes sure that the Student Officers are working hard to make the changes you want to happen.

    • Jie Fang

    • Matthew McCallion

      PhD Researcher at QUB School of Law. Practising Barrister. SU Council member 2014-2019. Ex-Deputy Speaker. Interests include Disability rights, Postgraduate issues, Council rules and procedures, Clubs and societies, Holding officers to account, Improving the lives of all students across QUB, and the Oxford comma.

    • Naomi Tully

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    Postgraduate School Rep - Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS)

    PG School Rep for Institute of Professional Legal Studues (IPLS)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    There are no approved candidates.
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    Postgraduate School Rep - Institute of Theology (ITHEO)

    PG School Rep for Institute of Theology (ITHEO)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    There are no approved candidates.
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    Postgraduate School Rep - Queen's Management School (SMGT)

    PG School Rep for Queen's Management School (SMGT)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    There are no approved candidates.
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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Arts, English and Languages (SAEL)

    PG School Rep for School of Arts, English and Languages (SAEL)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    There are no approved candidates.
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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Biological Sciences (SBIO)

    PG School Rep for School of Biological Sciences (SBIO)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Meghan-Louise Meban

    • Ashly Cronin McCartney

      If elected to the SU Council I plan to be a strong pro-choice and environmental activist. Who will be representative of all students but particularly for postgraduates and students from the school of biological sciences.

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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering (SCHEM)

    PG School Rep for School of School of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering (SCHEM)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Jack Powell Manifesto

      LET'S CAUSE A REACTION...! I might not be a chemist but I definitely make things react...! Oxygen, hydrogen, sulfur, sodium & phosphorus walk into a bar - "OH SNaP!"

    • Karthik Ravichandran Manifesto

      Understand, Evaluate and Work towards betterment of society and for a cause. Every optimistic steps taken forward will be a global solution you provide.

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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (SEECS)

    PG School Rep for School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (SEECS)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Akshay Tyagaraj

    • Sushmitha Balesh Manifesto

      Being part of one of the most challenging postgraduate programs demands a lot of effort. There may be times when we need someone to talk, console, motivate or just listen to us. I want to be there for you as a go-to person no matter what the concern is.

    • Vidyashree Hiremath .

    • Dhruva Santosh

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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics (SHAPP)

    PG School Rep for School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics (SHAPP)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Jamie Lukas Campbell

    • Daryll Galloghly

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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Law (SLAW)

    PG School Rep for School of Law (SLAW)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Suhani Puneet Abrol Manifesto

      I don’t just speak the change I make the change.

    • Matthew McCallion

      PhD Researcher at QUB School of Law. Practising Barrister. SU Council member 2014-2019. Ex-Deputy Speaker. Interests include Disability rights, Postgraduate issues, Council rules and procedures, Clubs and societies, Holding officers to account, Improving the lives of all students across QUB, and the Oxford comma.

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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Mathematics & Physics (SMP)

    PG School Rep for School of Mathematics & Physics (SMP)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Matthew Charlwood

    • Abraham Wilson Manifesto

      Your Voice is My Voice! Vote for Abraham!

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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (SMAE)

    PG School Rep for School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (SMAE)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Abhinav Dacha

    • Suriya Veeraiyan Subramanian

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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences (SMED)

    PG School Rep for School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences (SMED)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    There are no approved candidates.
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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Natural and Built Environment (SNBE)

    PG School Rep for School of Natural and Built Environment (SNBE)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Arva .

    • Sneha Renukamurthy Manifesto

      I win, you win. Keep calm and vote for Sneha to represent you. University can be an exciting yet daunting experience. But don't get lost along the way. Make your voice heard because together we can do more and do better.

    • Daniel Orjuela Vargas

    • Nouman Qadir

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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Nursing & Midwifery (SNAM)

    PG School Rep for School of Nursing & Midwifery (SNAM)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    There are no approved candidates.
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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Pharmacy (SPMY)

    PG School Rep for School of Pharmacy (SPMY)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    There are no approved candidates.
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    Postgraduate School Rep - School of Psychology (SBS)

    PG School Rep for School of Psychology (SBS)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    There are no approved candidates.
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    Postgraduate School Rep - Social Sciences, Education and Social Work (SSESW)

    PG School Rep for Social Sciences, Education and Social Work (SSESW)

    PG School Reps represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Gulnahar Begum

      Let your voices be heard, let your issues be solved.

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    Undergraduate School Representative - School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics (SHAPP)

    School Representative - School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics (SHAPP)

    School Representatives represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Thomas Greer

    • Rachel Stephens

    • Rowan Fitton

    • Adam Wilson

    • Miah Lynch

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    Undergraduate School Representative - School of Nursing & Midwifery (SNAM)

    School Representative - School of Nursing & Midwifery (SNAM)

    School Representatives represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    There are no approved candidates.
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    Undergraduate School Representative - School of Arts, English and Languages (SAEL)

    School Representative for School of Arts, English and Languages (SAEL)

    School Representatives represent student views at School-, Faculty-, and University-level; work in consultation with University staff to identify and discuss important issues; liaise with the Students’ Union throughout the year; and sit on the Students’ Union Council.

    • Emma Buckley

    • Thomas Thorpe Manifesto

      Better Communication. Better Representation.

    • Rachel Hasson

      Representing your views and working to ensure an inclusive, accessible and student led education.

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