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Voting closed 1 month ago.
Results:
Date count run18 Oct 2019
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots29
Valid votes29
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Jameela Nagri Max Rees RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 17.00 11.00 1.00 0.00 2.50 14.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 14.50. Candidate Jameela Nagri has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Jameela Nagri.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Jameela Nagri

Name: 
Jameela Nagri
Why are you standing?: 

I am a third-year student, currently taking the iBSc in Cardiovascular Sciences, and part of three RUMS charities committees aiming to educate and help the local community.

I hope to use transferable skills gained from these charities by sensitively relaying valuable student suggestions and insights to the management team and making positive changes through increasing the number of student-led social events.

My focus is on three core issues:

1) Diversity inclusion – focusing on the needs of minority groups and making UCL more disability-friendly by increasing wheelchair access.

2) Making the feedback from students to the union more efficient by focusing on accountability from our reps. This means to ensure that student needs are met such as making sure computers are more consistent, increasing access to booking group study spaces and uploading more lectures online.

3) Mental health services – immediate action on mental health, making the deadline extension process smoother and create easier access to help.

Thank you for reading my manifesto and feel free to get in contact with me to ask my any questions about my ideas by contacting me at zchajna@ucl.ac.uk

Max Rees

Name: 
Max Rees
Why are you standing?: 

With some of the world’s leading institutes, the faculty’s aim is to protect, promote and improve health across societies. My aim this year is to protect, promote and improve our student body’s wellbeing, expectations, and thoughts so that improvements can be made that would benefit students, staff and departments as a whole. So this year, my priorities would be:

1. To raise departments’ and students’ struggles with Portico so that any issues can be rectified at an earlier stage next year.

2. To ensure timetables of module combinations are released earlier, whether it be at the point of iBSc selection for Medical Students or before starting the academic year for BSc Population Health Students.

3. To introduce a session on module selection to all students who’ve yet to do this previously in their studies.

4. To organise faculty events/socials so that students within different departments can meet more often.

5. To improve student feedback so that departments know which areas (if any) need to be improved - this feedback will ultimately benefit future cohorts, a common interest shared by staff and students alike.

6. To listen to any problems any individual student has, and to raise any difficulties in accessing student support.