Current UEA SU Elections

 

self definition 

uea(su) strives to champion and defend students of all identities, backgrounds and communities to shape and lead the SU. These liberation groups are women+ (non-binary and women students), BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) people, LGBT+ people and people with disabilities. We also defend the rights of international students and mature students.

Each group has its own democratic forum to ensure their members’ voices are heard. In order to access this, students need to answer the ‘self-defined’ questions. Self-defined questions indicate which liberation groups a student belong to. This information is only used to determine eligibility to vote in liberation elections and receive related emails.

If you are a candidate in an election and wish to access support this area contains many answers.

 

current elections

SU Officer by-election 2019

SU Officer By-election 2019

Vote here to decide who will lead your Union in 2019-20! We are running a by-election for 5 part-time officers.

5 posts are up for election.

Nominations close at 12:00 on Tuesday 30 April 2019 (in 8 days)

The polls open at 10:00 on Tuesday 7 May 2019 (in 14 days)

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Ethical and Environmental Subcommittee 2019/20

The Ethical And Environmental Subcommittee overlooks areas of ethical activism and sustainability. As a committee member you represent student groups in feeding into wider SU decisions and projects.

1 post is up for election.

Nominations close at 12:00 on Tuesday 30 April 2019 (in 8 days)

The polls open at 10:00 on Tuesday 7 May 2019 (in 14 days)

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Welfare Subcommittee Election 2019/20

These elections are for places on the Welfare Subcommittee.

2 posts are up for election.

Nominations close at 12:00 on Tuesday 30 April 2019 (in 8 days)

The polls open at 10:00 on Tuesday 7 May 2019 (in 14 days)

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SU officer election results 2019

The SU elections were run in difficult circumstances this year with campus reflecting rather than looking at what candidates would be doing in the future. I would suggest that now more than ever UEA needs the togetherness that Students’ Unions offer and so thank you to everyone who got involved in the elections. Thank you to the candidates who ran excellent campaigns – it was truly a pleasure to act as the Returning Officer on this election. SU Returning Officer, Michael Wigg.

Here are the results for this year’s SU Officer Elections:

Elected as your new Activities & Opportunities Officer is Alicia Perez Lopez

Re-elected as your Campaigns & Democracy Officer is Sophie Atherton

Re-elected as your new Postgraduate Education Officer is Martin Marko

Elected as your new Undergraduate Education Officer is Callum Perry

Elected as your new Welfare, Community and Diversity Officer is Amelia Trew

Elected as your new Ethnic Minorities Students’ Officer is Afia Khan

Elected as your new Environment Officer is Eva Korczynski

Elected as your new International Students’ Officer (EU Place) is Daniela Stoyanova

Elected as your new International Students’ Officer (Non-EU Place) is Syed Saad

Re-elected as your Mature Students’ Officer is Sanna Mantyniemi

Elected as your new Non-Portfolio Officers are, Anisha Jackson, Rob Klim, Tyler Bell

Elected as your new Students’ with Disabilities Officer (Invisible Disabilities Place) is Emma Moxon

Elected as your new Womens+ Officer is Juliet Brown

 

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