Student Elections 2016: Candidate Announcement

Nominations have closed, and we can now announce this year's RGU Student Election 2016 nominees.

Candidate profiles, manifestos and videos will be available online tomorrow (Friday). Voting begins on Tuesday 22nd March and runs through until 2pm on Friday 25th March.

Make sure you come along to our Question Time event on Monday 21st March at midday in the main amphitheatre of the Sir Ian Wood Building. This is an opportunity for you to hear directly from our RGU Student Election candidates as they outline their aims and manifesto promises, and put your questions directly to them to find out how they will work to improve your student experience at RGU! The event is free and all students are encouraged to attend.

If you have any questions regarding the elections, please email elections@rguunion.co.uk or stop by the RGU:Union office on University Street and speak to one of our elections team.

President (Communication & Democracy)

Michael Ife
Edward Pollock
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President (Education & Welfare)

Lewis Eden
Kerry Harrison
Re-open Nominations

President (Sport & Physical Activity)

Katherine Corbett
Sierra Peters-Buckland
Kirsten Wilson
Re-open Nominations

Vice President (Community)

Martin McGouran
Re-open Nominations

Vice President (Entertainment & Events)

Lodovica Avidano
Claire Picken
Re-open Nominations

Vice President (International)

Dana Khairi
Mark Joseph G. Kibuna
Re-open Nominations

Vice President (Sport)

Annaelle Harris
Bianca Mourik
Desmond Ojei
Kirsten Stavasius
Re-open Nominations

Vice President (Societies)

Joshua K. Okpara
Re-open Nominations

Vice President (Student Affairs)

Frederick Ferife
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Vice President (Wellbeing & Equal Opportunities)

Christopher Cowie
Nneoma Okpara
Re-open Nominations

RAG Chair

Nnema Maya Agbasonu
Re-open Nominations

Undergraduate Governor

Edward Pollock
Re-open Nominations

 

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