Student President – firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to QMU! I’m Chiara and I’m your Student President for 2019/20. My job is to help you make the most of your time at university by making sure that you always receive all the support you need and that your voice is heard at QMU.
I work closely with the union staff team and the Board of Trustees to manage the Students' Union with the best interests of our students at heart. I also sit on various boards and committees within the university such as Court, Senate and the Student Experience Committee, to make sure that you are fairly represented in the university’s decisions and actions.
There are lots of ways for you to share your thoughts and ideas. You can speak to your Class Reps, your elected Student Officers, and attend our student feedback forums which take place throughout the year. You can also get in touch with me directly by email, on Facebook, or pop up to the SU office anytime, our door is always open!
Student Vice-President – email@example.com
I’m Andy, your Student Vice-President for 2019/20. My role is to oversee the development and progression of all the many Sports and Societies here at QMU. There’s no better way to make friends and get involved in QMU life than by joining one of our S&S - so check out the S&S we have to offer and get yourself signed up!
Feel free to contact your Student Officers if you have any questions. Please be aware that they are part-time and may not be able to respond to all emails. If your message is urgent or for general enquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Welfare Officer - email@example.com
Hi, my name is Fiona and I’m a 3rd year Public Sociology student. Since coming to university I have been passionate about student welfare and helping my fellow students have the most positive experience possible. One of the aspects of student welfare that I feel is often looked over or not looked at in much detail is that of sexual health. My goal for this year is to create healthy dialogue surrounding the topic, as well as highlight students with disabilities, those from the LGBTQ+ community, as well as other minority groups. Mental health is also hugely important to me and I’d like to continue the amazing work of the previous Welfare Officer in raising awareness around issues that students are facing and create a safe environment to talk about them.
Please feel free to reach out to me at any time regarding student welfare, if you have ideas for a campaign, or if you just need someone to chat to!
Equality and Diversity Officer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi I’m Sophie. I am a fourth-year business management student and now QMUSU’s Equality and Diversity Officer 2020/21. I would like to work to support disabilities seen and unseen within the community, encourage inclusivity and acceptance across societies, and foster and positive and accessible campus.
Sports Officer - email@example.com
Hi, my name is Inga and I’m in my 3rd year studying Events Management and I’m your Sports Officer this year. Sport has always been a big part of my life and I am excited to help you with any questions you might have about everything Sport related here at QMU.
Events Officer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, I'm Mareike and I am a third year Events Management student. I'm excited for my first term as your Events Officer! My main focus is using Events to expand and bring the QMU community closer than ever.
Feel free to send me an email or a message on Facebook, if you want to chat!
Communities Officer - email@example.com
Hi, I’m Aasiyah, and I will be your Communities Officer for the coming year. I am currently in my fourth year of Nutrition and Food Science. Having been an officer this past year I was able to help represent and voice the opinions of my peers which only encouraged me to run for Communities Officer and to further represent the students of QMU. My main aim throughout the year will be to improve QMU’s presence within our community with focus on charity integration.
Post-Graduate Officer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi there! I'm Emily Frood, I'm a QMU Film and Media graduate, and I'll be starting my postgraduate in Digital Campaigning and Content Creation in September. Having spent the last two years of my undergraduate degree as the Equality and Diversity Officer for QMUSU, I knew that I wanted to continue to uplift underrepresented student voices within Queen Margaret. That's why this year I am so very keen to make sure that postgraduate students are given the time for their concerns to be heard.
Something not up to scratch? Have an idea to help create a cohesive and inclusive environment for postgraduate students? Get in touch with me!