School Reps

Each School at the University elects two Representatives – an Undergraduate School Representative and a Postgraduate School Representative. Their collective role is to represent their students to the School, the wider University and the Students’ Association.

 

The Undergraduate School Rep represents the needs of Undergraduate students, from first year to final year of UG study.

 

The Postgraduate School Rep represents the needs of Postgraduate students, including both taught students and research students at Master’s and doctoral level.

 

The School Reps are elected in the student elections which take place in March (for UG positions) and October (for PG positions). You should go to your School Rep if you identify an issue which crosses multiple courses and programmes. Relevant school-wide issues could include:
 

  • - Provision of study space
  • - Transport
  • - Teaching resources e.g. lecture facilities
  • - Teaching methods
  • - Access to facilities
  • - Communication
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Your School Reps for 2017/18 are:
 

Undergraduate School Reps

Biological Sciences: Nicole Serzhantova

Biomedical Sciences: Lauren Strickland

Business School: Connor Bok

Chemistry: Paul Appel

Divinity: Stephen Dolan

Economics: Tanya Mittal

Edinburgh College of Art: Michelle Wolodarsky Newhall

Education: Position to be filled in the October By-Election

Engineering: Hussam Ali

Geosciences: Luke Green

Health in Social Sciences: Hermina Simoni

History, Classics and Archaeology: Thomas Wrench

Informatics: Elena Lapinskaite

Law: Katharine Liu

Literatures, Languages and Cultures: Georgie Harris

Mathematics: May Underhill-Proulx

Medical School: Sidhant Seth

Physics and Astronomy: Cameron Perumal

Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences: Jo-Anna Hagen

Social and Political Sciences: Camilla Hallman

Veterinary Sciences: Mary Hall

 

Postgraduate School Reps

To be elected in the October By-Election

 

To find out more about opportunities and key contacts in your School, please go to our School Pages.