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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots9
Valid votes9
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Ivan Andrushevich Mihaillo Pusica RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 7.00 2.00 0.00 2.50 4.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 4.50. Candidate Ivan Andrushevich has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Ivan Andrushevich.

Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Ivan Andrushevich
Hey everyone! My name is Ivan and I am a second-year neuroscience student. My main objective as last year’s Welfare Officer was straightforward – fostering a welcoming and supportive community. This year, it isn’t any different. I believe that every member of our society deserves quality academic and emotional support, especially during these hard times. For this reason, I would like to continue using my previous knowledge from my experiences as a volunteer at UCLH, lead student representative for NPP, and, most importantly, as a Welfare Officer, to provide you with the best resources and help you may need. Additionally, I commit to holding 1-on-1 sessions with any member that is in need of mental health advice or has any academic queries.
Mihaillo Pusica
Hi everyone! My name is Mihaillo, and I’m a second-year BSc Biochemistry student from Toronto, Canada.

Even though the opportunity to be a welfare officer for different societies hasn’t been available to me, I’ve had loads of experience working with mental health and safety. From working with the elderly, to working with children of all ages, I’ve been given the chance to deal with mental health issues, and to learn about safety protocols and how they are implemented in both personal and work life. Listening and being there for someone is the most important aspect of providing mental health support. No matter how tough student life can get, I am always eager to talk to individuals and listen to problems they might be having. Being open and communicative, is just the beginning of why I would be a good fit for this role in the society. I can relate to people’s needs and voice those needs in order to make a change.

From personal experience, mental health is the main cause of our level dropping in school and our relationships suffering. As an international student, this year especially has thought me the importance of actually having someone to listen to talk to. I’m always looking to meet new people to have friendly or deeper conversations. No matter the topic I’d always be there for my society members.