SCO of the Month
Our fourth SCO of the Month for 2020/21 is Beyza Kayali (Creative Arts), who has been extremely proactive in the role since being appointed, particularly with regards to the recruitment of Student Reps. Her friendly and welcoming approach has also been highlighted in her nomination, and the overall commitment she shows to bringing students together is greatly appreciated by all of us.
"Beyza is a nice, helpful and cheerful women who always goes above and beyond in helping, assisting and informing student reps as well as other students on campus.”
You can find out more about our SCOs here. And to nominate an SCO of the Month, please use this form.
Society of the Month
Congratulations to December's Society of the Month, the Pharmacology Society! Committee members have worked closely with BioScience lecturers to promote the society and reach as many students as possible. The society supports members with their studies and provides a friendly, inclusive online social space. The committee, all new to their roles, have been very proactive in ensuring the society is as successful as it can be. The society has run events, collaborated with other societies, collected feedback and upped their promo game.
You can check out all our societies here. To nominate a society for this award, please use this form.
Student Rep of the Month
1st Place = Lauren Day, Business School
Lauren was nominated for her willingness to always take on a challenge, and help any student who needs it. She also ensures that solutions to issues are discussed before taking them further, so that it’s clear what students’ desired outcomes are when lobbying for change. Her friendly and professional approach to the role has helped to motivate others too, highlighting how committed she is to improving students’ University experience.
2nd Place = Eisha Imtiaz, Life and Medical Sciences
Eisha has tried extremely hard to create a sense of community for all students by promoting and attending events in collaboration with her School’s SCOs. She has also ensured that students’ feedback has been fully collated and clearly represented, by attending and speaking at key meetings with University staff.
3rd Place = Pippa Jarvis, Health and Social Work
Pippa was nominated for her effective collecting and presenting of students’ feedback, where she has set an example to others with her concise, engaging approach to discussion. Her hard work throughout Semester A was a great help to not only the students she represents, but to her SCOs in HSK as well.
You can find out more about Student Reps here. And to nominate a Rep of the Month, please use this form.