NUSU Elections Results

Elections winners announced

Thank you to everyone who voted in the NUSU Elections. We received 842 votes from 238 students for four of the vacant NUSU Part-time Officer positions and we are delighted to announce that the following candidates have been elected:

International Students Officer

Pablo Charro De La Fuente

Manifesto

 

Racial Equality Officer

Christopher Wilkinson

Manifesto

 

Students with Disabilities Officer

Haaris Qureshi

Manifesto

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Students with Faith or Belief

Grace Algar

Manifesto

 

You can see a full breakdown of the results here. Pablo, Christopher, Grace and Haaris will join Adam, Charlotte, Jamie and Lauren as your Part-time Officer team for 2018/19.

We are still looking to fill the Parents, Guardian and Carers Officer position and nominations will be open in the lead up to October’s Student Council. For now, if you are interested in the role please email George to express your interest.

Congratulations to Rosie Coyle who was the winner of the prize draw. Rosie walked away with a cool £100!  

 

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