A Network is a small collective of Students’ Union Reps that represent a particular group of students, liberation group or interests. Networks meet separately to Student Council to discuss Student Ideas and policies relevant to their area, and work together to create change within the Union, local and wider communities by running campaigns. Networks meet monthly during term time.
Elections to become part of a Network open at the beginning of the academic year, if you would like to express your interest or have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org. To be part of a Network that represents a specific group of students, (such as a Liberation Group, student type or belief), you need to identify as part of that group to run for a position. For other networks that represent a particular interest, all you need is a passion for that area.
There are 7 Networks in total, and once elected the list of reps will appear below. If you want to find out more about elections, click here for our Elections Page. Decide who you want to represent you!
Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Network*
Chair: Jade Thomas (BAME Officer)
Chair: Jade Louise Rowe (LGBT+ Officer)
Chair: Ella Sophie Johnson (Accessibility Officer)
Chair: Sahithya Vinnakota (Womens Officer)
International Student Network
Chair: Laxman Prabhu (International Officer)
RAG and Volunteering Network
Chair: Manoj Kanikanti (Activities Officer)
Education Network (including Mature, Distance Learning, Students with Caring Responsibilities, and Postgraduate)
Chair: AnneMarie Deeb (Education Officer)