My name is Api and I am a second year Physics student.
I first got involved in the union in my first year as an academic year representative and then progressed to become the departmental representative in my second year. These roles gave me an insight into the internal workings of a department and I feel deeply invested into making sure that you, my peers, are accessing the highest standard of... read more
Hi! I am Francesca, a second-year mathematics student, and I am running to be your RCSU president this year. With my experience as Vice President (Operations) of the RCSU, I hope to bring some change while preserving continuity with this year’s committee and what we’ve been working towards. I believe the RCSU should be a community that every scientist at Imperial feels a part of, and while this year we have... read more
Hello! I'm Jazlynn, in 2nd year Biology. In high school, I was the secretary of the Science Students' Research Council where I led a council of over 150 members, organised the International Science Youth Forum and set up several interest groups. RCSU is certainly a step up from a high school council, but I believe that experience has prepared me well to rise to the challenge to serve you well.
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I'm David and I am running for presidency of the RCSU!
I am currently the Biology academic department rep and I am hope to expand my vision beyond purely academics within the RCSU for the following year. The role of RCSU president requires organisation of a range of events throughout the year for over 3000 students, this not only requires frequent communication with staff and committees of the... read more
Ey it's ya boi , Millie back at it again with Manifesto'ing
I'm second year Biology , if that matters a lot to you, but in actuality I feel like a lot of the RCSU could be run in a more intergrative way and would like to see that happen within the period of my time as an undergraduate here. I think that the RCSU could afford to be more well intergrated with the constituent department societies in... read more