Hi! Thanks for taking the time to read my online manifesto:
Vote Sam for Social Sciences Faculty Rep
- Continue to push for electronic exams - Continue to look into the viability of rolling out electronic exams across the Social Sciences faculty, brigning exams into the 21st Century!
- New Social Sciences Blog - To improve communication within the faculty, and ensure that SSLCs, students, and Warwick SU are more in-touch with one another. This would also provide a platform where SSLC minutes, faculty information, and - importantly - student comment pieces and questions, can be shared.
- Introduce cross-faculty mentoring scheme - Allowing students from different departments and years to meet, to discuss topics and academic interests which fall outside of their undergraduate course.
- More collaborative faculty, welcoming diversity of views - Foster a faculty community which values a diverse range of opinions. Give more students the opportunity to participate in panel-style debates, and increase the number of cross-faculty social events.
- Increased SSLC cohesion - Ensure that SSLCs across the faculty work more closely together, for instance through enabling course reps to sit-in on SSLC meetings from outside of their course, to better understand the overlap in the type of issues raised by students across the faculty.
- Worked as a National Union of Students (NUS) elected student delegate during 2016-17, gaining extensive experience defending students’ rights.
- A keen debater, and regularly attend Warwick Debating Society.
- Previously worked with the UK Youth Parliament and educational leaders to give students a voice - for instance, through trying to increase voter registration, and running campaigns to engage students in politics.
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