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Date count run18 Oct 2019
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots58
Valid votes58
Invalid votes0


Round Marine Delgrange Adrita Kabir RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 25.00 33.00 0.00 4.00 29.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 29.00. Candidate Adrita Kabir has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Adrita Kabir.

Number of vacancies: 1


Marine Delgrange
Dear PGT students of the Faculty of Population Health Sciences,

My name is Marine and I am an incoming French student in the MSc Pop Health. As many of you, I think it is crucial for students to have a saying in what their studies look like to make the most out of it, and this is why I decided to run for Faculty rep. I think my experience as high-school rep and lead of the solidarity committee of the 600 trainees of the European Commission will provide me with a good knowledge of what is waiting for me and how to best represent you. As someone who is very active in societies and events (especially global public health related!) I am also used to managing my time well to ensure that each of my commitments are successfully carried out.

I plan to:
1. Start my mandate with an all-Faculty survey to have a better idea of the issues that you wish to see addressed;
2. Demand to open more spots in popular modules based on statistics of previous years to make it easier for students of an Institute to take modules in another Institute;
3. Create a Facebook group for FPHS students to share interesting events (talks, career-related events, socials) and get to know students outside of their respective programmes.
4. And more!

Please get in touch! Hope to have the pleasure to represent you this year.
Adrita Kabir
Hi! Know that I appreciate you for taking the time to read this.
As a Prenatal Genetics and Fetal Medicine student, it would be a pleasure to represent all PGT students in our faculty, if I can convince you to elect me.
My enthusiastic, co-operative and amicable nature makes me suitable for this. As undergraduate Course Rep, I really enjoyed connecting to my peers, so I wish to do the same with you while being a bridge between us and our instructors. Being a teacher for a fourth years now, I always look prioritise looking out for my pupils and optimising their learning experience– something I am truly passionate about. My job and other volunteering commitments provide me with interpersonal skills that as Rep will apply to your advantage.

1. Getting the most out of our limited time here
2. Encouraging close and persistent collaboration between students and staff, particularly with assessment feedback and research projects
3. Ensuring wellbeing support is readily available

• Welcoming new ideas
• Being proactive regarding any request or concern
• Promoting inclusiveness

Fun facts:
• I’m fluent in 4 languages
• I love playing piano and classical guitar
• I’m all for food, sleep and wholesome memes