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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots58
Valid votes58
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Sricharan Sanakkayala Deep Shah RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 44.00 13.00 1.00 0.00 15.00 29.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 29.00. Candidate Sricharan Sanakkayala has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Sricharan Sanakkayala.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Sricharan Sanakkayala
When anyone describes their university experience, their involvement in societies is one of the first things they think of. The reason being is that societies like ours have consistently delivered the highest support for students to learn, grow, and thrive. I certainly benefited from all the support that I have gained from the Engineering Society, so I believe it is my time to carry the torch. As an American, I come from an entirely different system. A system where clubs and societies provide the freedom to explore, fraternities and sororities build companionships, and sports and events foster culture. While I carry the torch, I plan to interweave my past and my present to output a fresh outlook with the following ideas:

1. A data-driven approach to organize future events by recording all data related to past events

2. Long-term engineering projects to help passionate students explore related fields

3. Seamlessly encourage conversation, whether social or serious, to help build diverse companionships

4. More collaboration with university and other societies to foster culture as a whole

Let my unfamiliarity with the ‘norm’ define an excitement for the future. As the UCL Engineering Society, we can truly be the hub of collaboration, innovation, and discovery.
Deep Shah
Being an Engineering Student myself, I first-hand know the need for industry-related events, socials, projects and physical events like the Engineering ball to help connect fellow engineers with the best opportunities possible. I feel with my experience as President of UCL Techsoc this year, I will be able to contribute much more efficiently to the UCL Engineering Society as part of it, helping it bring the best of events, conferences, socials and more when we return on campus back in 2021. Despite the year we've had so far, learning more about the challenges of helping run a large STEM based society has been something I learnt and experienced first hand, and which I see would help bring great value to UCL Engineering Society!

Being the president, I will ensure we get the most of our year back on campus, and ensure we bring to students the best in STEM, Finance & everywhere else Engineers (and others) venture into! (not to forget the socials too!)

Look forward to an eventful and much needed in-person event filled year in 2021 - and hope to help execute the society's operations, events, projects and more!