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Monday 28 September 202014.00 to 15.00

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Interested in becoming an academic rep? Not sure about what the role is and whether it’s worth your time? Tune in and ask the students who’ve actually done it!

Hear from current and former UCL academic representatives about what the role of a rep entails, how the role has benefited and challenged them, as well as more information on how you can get involved. 

Before the meeting, you can read more about academic reps here

Register for the session and you will receive a confirmation email containing the joining link 

Submit a question for our panel here.


- Daniel Gold: 

Danny is entering the 4th year of my Physics MSci degree, and is the Lead Academic Representative for the Department of Physics & Astronomy. He was awarded Overall Academic Rep of the Year 2020 out of all UCL faculties for his work last year.

- John Choi Ching Jack: 

John was a Course Representative and then Lead Department Representative for the Faculty of Laws. He was the Faculty winner for the Academic Rep of the Year awards in 2019 and in 2020. He is currently partnering with Unitu - The Student Voice Platform in authoring an e-book guide on being an effective student representative, that will be freely available for all universities and student unions in the UK.

- Ashley Slanina-Davies:

 Ashley was Students’ Union UCL Education Officer from July 2019 until July 2020, working closely with students and staff to try and improve the educational experience for all UCL students. This involved working extensively with academic reps, especially during the initial response to Covid-19 within UCL. Having finished her term as Education Officer, Ashley has returned to her degree, studying Neuroscience.