Christopher Duddy
Education Officer
 
Hi! I’m Chris and I am serving as the Education Officer for 2016/2017. My job is to make sure you have a say in your own education while you are studying here at Newcastle.
 
 

At NUSU we work in partnership with you and the University to improve the academic student experience. Whether this is through supporting student representation, organising the Teaching Excellence Awards (TEAs) or presenting the student opinion to the University, we campaign on education issues for you.

On this page, you can find out about the many different projects and campaigns we are working on throughout the year.

Examples of our recent impacts include:

  • Contributing to the University’s decision not to introduce a ‘Fit to Sit’ policy
  • Investigated why students with disabilities' satisfaction is below overall student satisfaction rates and presented our findings to the University for them to consider
  • Presenting to the University, Faculties and Schools about assessment and feedback and how you think it can be improved. This will hopefully lead to more feedback that you consider prompt and useful

If there is anything that you would like us to look into, email Matt, the NUSU Education Officer (education.union@ncl.ac.uk), or if you would like to run your own campaign, check out the Campaigns Fund. We may be able to provide you with funds and support to enable you to make a real difference!

 
 
 
 

 

Campaigns News

NUSU's ReCap Report Released

Find out what students think of ReCap and how we would like to see it developed in the future.

 
Teaching Excellence Awards

Find out all about the NUSU Teaching Excellence Awards (TEAs), including previous winners, the most recent TEAs Report and how you can nominate your favourite member of staff.

 
NUSU's Response to University Consultation

NUSU has submitted an official response to the University on its consultation into proposed degree changes.

 
Report into the Work of Student-Staff Committees

Read NUSU's report into the achievements of SSCs in 2015/16