The makeup of council reflects the structure of the University. There are four Undergraduate College Convenors, four Postgraduate College Convenors, a Postgraduate Research Convenor and a School Representative for every School.
Academic representatives work closely with the University, sitting on committees at School or University-wide level. Further to this, they work with staff to introduce or shape learning and teaching policy as well as consulting with their constituency to make progress on learning and teaching issues at the University.
Working closely with the Vice President (Education), academic officers play a vital representative role in the function of the SRC. You can get in touch with your representative by following the email link below.
Their responsibilities also include:
- Organising working groups to discuss issues raised by students.
- Passing on the information gained to Council and VP Education.
- Attending Faculty Meetings with relevant members of University staff to discuss issues about the University environment, the learning process, and course information.
- Sending occasional emails to students advising them of what the SRC is currently doing to help them, and to update students on the solutions to particular problems raised.
Current Academic officers