Michaelmas Elections 2021

This year's Michaelmas elections will decide on the portfolio roles on the SU Executive, delegates to the National Union of Students Conference and for Academic Reps who represent you to the University.

The polls have closed.

Archaeology (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Archaeology (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Christos Nikolaou Manifesto

    FOR ALL OF US WHO WANT THINGS TO BE BETTER!

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Architecture (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Architecture (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Noor Mazhar

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Astronomy (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Biology (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Business and Management (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They represent their subject peers and take part in decision making that will affect education now and in years to come. Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community

There are no approved candidates.
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Business and Management (PG): EMBA and MAcc - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Lucinda Lee Manifesto

    Vote 1 for Lucinda

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Business and Management (PG): MFin - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Arslan Sheikh Manifesto

    One for All, All for One

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Business and Management (PG): MBA - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Nithish Bhat Kunjar Manifesto

    Ubuntu - "I am because we are" - Celebrating the Cambridge Ecosystem and Prioritising Interdependencies to maximise our Experience!

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    Joao Pedro Bianco Bekenn Manifesto

    An honest voice

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    Carlos Brenner Lemus Manifesto

    Carlos for MBA Rep, is the right step!

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    D.John (Dazhuang) Guo Manifesto

    Make every voice heard, make every one count.

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    Shruti Gupta Manifesto

    YOUR VOICE OUR VOICE

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Business and Management (PG): MSt - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Business and Management (PG): MPhil and PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Amaury Genovese Manifesto

    Representing us, at the CEB, for you.

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Chemistry (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Classics (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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Classics (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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Computer Science (UG): Part I/II - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Siddhant Mukherjee Manifesto

    WORKING TOWARDS A BETTER EDUCATION TOGETHER!!

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    Dan Wendon-Blixrud Manifesto

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Computer Science (PG): Part III and MPhil - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Computer Science (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Criminology (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Criminology (PG): MPhil - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Criminology (PG): MSt - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Earth Sciences and Geography (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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East Asian Studies (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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East Asian Studies (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Jasmine Yun Xie Manifesto

    Have your voice heard

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Economics (UG): Part IIA/IIB - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Economics (UG): Part I - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Rebecca Wu Manifesto

    Let me be the bridge between you and the faculty.

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Education (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Economics (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Radu Cristea Manifesto

    Making the most of our PhD experience!

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Economics (PG): Diploma/MPhil - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Ioannis Giatsos Manifesto

    Let's make our Cambridge year a covid-neutral experience!

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    Willy Gölz

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Education (PG): PGCE - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Education (PG): MPhil/PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Aditi Chidambaram Manifesto

    Towards helping make every voice heard!

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    Daniel Hawkins Iddrisu Manifesto

    Students have a voice and not a tabula rasa.

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    Gabrielle James Manifesto

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    Lena Lan Manifesto

    VOICES BRIDGE DIALOGUES, DIALOGUES SHAPE THE WORLD!

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    Jillian Schleiden Manifesto

    Amplifying the diverse voices of Education students in education matters

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    Genevieve Smith-Nunes

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    Nork Zakarian Manifesto

    Actions speak larger than words!

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English (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Claire Collins Manifesto

    Claire for Subject Rep (Round Two!)

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    Harry Devlin

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English (PG): MPhil - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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English (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Claire Watt Manifesto

    Experienced student rep ready to engage you and the Faculty in decisions and to get your voices heard.

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Engineering (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Kilian Bartsch

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    Aakash Gupta Manifesto

    Help me fight for more transparency & student input into the Engineering Department!

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    Anchit Jain

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    George Khoury

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    Aaron Lennard Manifesto

    No more going backwards!

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    Heramb Reddy Modugula

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    Jack Nicholas Manifesto

    Let's make a better engineering department together :)

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    Juliette Rudelle Manifesto

    Be a pal, vote for this gal!

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Engineering (PG): Taught - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Mohamed El Khatieb Manifesto

    You must be the change you want to see in the world

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Engineering (PG): Research - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Geography (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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History (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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History (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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History (PG): MPhil - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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History and Philosophy of Science (UG): Part II - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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History and Philosophy of Science (PG): MPhil HMS - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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History and Philosophy of Science (PG): MPhil HPSM - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Monte Cairns

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History and Philosophy of Science (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Ahmad Elabbar Manifesto

    Keeping HPS a welcoming place and breaking the isolation of graduate research

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History of Art (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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History of Art (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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HSPS (UG): Part I - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Chantell Asante Manifesto

    'Strengthen the HSPS subject community, Decolonise the Curriculum, Re-focus on Student-Wellbeing'

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    Millie May

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    Isabella Ren Manifesto

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    Thomas Shanahan Manifesto

    A better experience for all.

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    Tang Zi Xuan Manifesto

    Making a Tang-ible Difference for You!

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    Marketa Vasickova

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HSPS (UG): Part II - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Joseph Edwards

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HSPS (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Land Economy (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Ridita Noboni Manifesto

    I'll be your student voice for change and progress

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Land Economy (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Law (UG): Part II - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Law (PG): MCL - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Law (PG): LLM - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Alina Chanysheva Manifesto

    Never stop learning

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    Vinicius Alexandre Fortes De Barros

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Law (UG): Part IA/IB - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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Materials Science and Metallurgy (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Medicine (PG): Brain and Mind Health - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Medicine (PG): Medicine, Haematology and Cambridge Stem Cell Institute - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Law (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Linguistics (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Linguistics (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Mathematics (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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Mathematics (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Matthew Blacker Manifesto

    Vote Blacker for Postgrad Math Rep!

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    Julius Villar Manifesto

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Medicine (PG): Taught Masters - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Medicine (PG): Population Medicine and Biostatistics - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Patrick Cook Manifesto

    Keep them honest

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Medicine (PG): Cancer Biology - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Matilde Azeiteiro De Almeida Duarte Manifesto

    Better Together!

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Medicine (UG): Pre-Clinical - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Medicine (UG): Clinical Year 4 - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Medicine (UG): Clinical Year 5 - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Medicine (UG): Clinical Year 6 - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Medicine (UG): Graduate Course - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Medicine (PG): Clinical Sciences - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Medicine (PG): Cell Biology, Metabolism and Genetics - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Middle Eastern Studies (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Modern Languages (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Saoirse Mortimer Manifesto

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    Solway Aden Manifesto

    Let's do this right. Vote for Solway.

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Modern Languages (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Amy Brook

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Music (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Hector Coley Manifesto

    Let’s make Music an inclusive and diverse course!

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Music (PG): Masters - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Music (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Alexandra Leonzini Manifesto

    Community, Collaboration, Funding, and Fun!

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NST Biological - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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NST Physical - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Sam Hutton Manifesto

    Fighting for Sustainability, Transparency and Inclusivity!

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Philosophy (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Gerard Kornacki Manifesto

    Pseudo-activity is worse than passivity.

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Philosophy (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Physics (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Theology and Religious Studies (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Theology and Religious Studies (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Tyler Horton Manifesto

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    Taylor Jipp Manifesto

    Don’t trip! Get a Grip and Vote for Jipp

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NUS Delegate

NUS represents students on a national scale, lobbies the government, supports individual students’ unions and campaigns on a variety of issues directed by the student membership. As a delegate, you’re a vital part of setting NUS’ direction for the year to come at National Conference.

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    Zaynab Ahmed Manifesto

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    Louis Burrows Manifesto

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    Sam Carling Manifesto

    Representing students' views and priorities at NUS Conference

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    Eva Carroll Manifesto

    I will ask so you can get.

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    Michael Chen

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    Daniel Hawkins Iddrisu Manifesto

    Cambridge, the leading University in Student's voice and future.

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    Laure-Alizée Le Lannou

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    Riz Nasrullah Manifesto

    Looking for change? Vote for Riz!

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    Rana Rofifah Manifesto

    Vote Rana #1 NUS Delegate

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    Himanshu Sharma Manifesto

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    Aaron Xu

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Council of the School of Arts and Humanities: PG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.

There are no approved candidates.
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Council of the School of Arts and Humanities: UG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.

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    Gerard Kornacki Manifesto

    Pseudo-activity is worse than passivity

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Council of the School of Biological Sciences: UG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.

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    Sam Carling Manifesto

    Give students the choice between online and in-person lectures, and keep exams open-book!

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    Catherine Ngai Manifesto

    Keep NatSci Great!

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Council of the School of Biological Sciences: PG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.

There are no approved candidates.
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Council of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences: UG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.

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    Chantell Asante Manifesto

    ‘Strengthen the Humanities and Social Sciences Community, Decolonise the Curriculum, and Re-Focus on Student Wellbeing’

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Council of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences: PG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.

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    Alina Chanysheva

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    Laure-Alizée Le Lannou

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    Christos Nikolaou Manifesto

    A HAND OF HELP TO THOSE WHO NEED IT!

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Council of the School of Physical Sciences: UG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.

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Council of the School of Physical Sciences: PG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.

There are no approved candidates.
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Council of the School of Technology: UG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.

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    Ilja Caikovskis Manifesto

    For mindful, ethical, and accessible School of Technology

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    Siddhant Mukherjee Manifesto

    WORKING TOWARDS A BETTER EDUCATION TOGETHER!!

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    Dan Wendon-Blixrud Manifesto

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Council of the School of Technology: PG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.

There are no approved candidates.
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Psychology (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

There are no approved candidates.
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Veterinary Medicine (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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    Sara Hassouna Elsayed Manifesto

    Good communication is the key to success

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Veterinary Medicine (UG) - Clinical - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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Veterinary Medicine (UG) - Pre-clinical - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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History and Philosophy of Science (UG): Part III - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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SU Executive - Double Time Officer

The Double Time Officer sits on the SU Executive Committee and represents students who are studying their course over a longer period of time as an Adjusted Mode of Assessment (AMA), usually for health reasons.

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SU Executive - Families Officer

The Families Officer sits on the SU Executive Committee and represents students who have the responsibilities of a parent or guardian of a child.

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SU Executive - Mature Students' Officer

The Mature Students' Officer represents mature students on the SU Executive Committee. A mature student is defined as someone who was 22 or more years old when starting an undergraduate course, or 26 or more years old when starting a postgraduate course.

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    BELONG-BECOME-BETTER!

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SU Executive - Part-Time Students' Officer

The Part Time Students' Officer represents students who study part time on the SU Executive Committee. This must be a course defined as PT by the University; students who study a course which is ordinarily full-time over a longer period are represented by the Double Time Officer.

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Middle Eastern Studies (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.

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