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Ruqia Osman

I take care of anything academic-related. This includes areas such as feedback, personal tutors, placements, exam conditions, appeals and research. I’m also responsible for coordinating all of our Academic, Faculty and Senate Reps.

Manifesto points

Continue supporting curriculum transformation and ensure that the student voice is heard.

Progress 100%

Continue working on introducing more diverse reading lists where applicable.

Progress 100%

Explore innovative ways to improve student engagement with their representatives and in SSLCS.

Progress 25%

Push for more transparency around the attainment gap and directly liaise with affected student groups to explore ways to tackle this problem.

Progress 50%

Increase the level of support available for students before and during the time of their placement.

Progress 25%

Have appropriate and clearly defined tools in place for students to report any incidences with the option to do so anonymously.

Progress 80%

Ensure students have access to the correct resources when it comes to their mental health and wellbeing during their placement.

Progress 30%

Keep pushing for more lectures to be recorded on Panopto across all departments.

Progress 0%

Keep the online unit evaluations open for longer window of time and introduce midway evaluations across a wider range of units.

Progress 30%

Expand the stress-free campus initiative further to help students learn how to manage high levels of stress, and find a healthy work-life balance, especially during freshers’ week.

Progress 80%

Promote peer support and equip students with the right tools to be able to support each other through promoting workshops including ‘Look after your mate’.

Progress 50%

Work with the peer support systems that are already in place including PALs and make sure they are properly implemented across a wider range of departments.

Progress 80%

Find new ways to improve the efficiency of the Peer Mentor system.

Progress 0%

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