The Education Exec is an important body within the SU, which aims to help make your educational experience at Warwick the best it can possibly be. We advise and support the Education Officer, and scrutinise when necessary.
Campaigns with the Education Exec have included; Transforming Rate My Module, SSLC standardisation, Lecture capture rollout, and formulating a response to the Higher Education Government reforms.
The exec is made up of 4 directly elected members, 5 faculty reps, and the sabbatical officer.
This year your members are:
- Liam Jackson (Chair and UG Faculty of Arts Rep)
- Venesa Yordanova (Secretary)
- Hannah Koestler (UG Faculty of Experimental Sciences and Engineering Rep)
- Geert Groenveld (UG Faculty of Formal Sciences Rep)
- Wonu Bonojo (UG Faculty of Social Sciences Rep)
- Greg Clarke (UG Faculty of Social Sciences - WBS Rep)
- Hope Worsdale (Education Officer)
- Jake Sargent
- Christian König
- Julie Somany
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch regarding any issues or queries you may have. You can contact the chair at liam.jackson@Warwick.ac.uk
How your Education Exec is formed:
The Education Exec members are elected in the Autumn Elections period whilst all Faculty Rep members are elected in the Officer Elections in the Spring. The Chair of Education Exec will be elected at the first meeting and sit on Student Council. Frequency of Exec Meetings: roughly 4 times a term. Sabb contact: Education Officer.
With over 700 Course Reps across all departments and 9 Faculty Reps, whether you’re an Undergrad or Postgrad, improving your Education is at the core of what the SU is here for. The Education Exec is your opportunity to work alongside Faculty Reps and staff not only in reviewing issues raised from Faculty Boards and SSLC’s, but to organise and campaign on the issues that affect every single student.