Presidents & Officers

PRESIDENTS

Ahmd Emara
President
Jamie Jordon
VP Education
Olivia Evans
VP Societies & Communication
Serena Smith
VP Sport & Health
SiÂn Hampson
VP Community & Welfare
Coming to university is a big opportunity and a life changing experience. I have been elected to represent students and make sure your voice is heard.
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Contact Ahmd

0117 328 2512
supresident@uwe.ac.uk
/PresidentatUWE
@thesupresident

 

SU President's Blog

Christmas With Ahmd

On 25 December (Christmas Day) we had a very warm gathering in The Students’ Union Bar at Frenchay where many students joined Christmas with Ahmd to spend some time together and have some food and drinks.

 
3 Super Great Things The Students’ Union Are Doing For International Students This Year
101 Things

Ahmd and Sian have some updates about what The Students' Union are working on for international students.

 
August Report

Over the summer I have attended training courses, conferences and engaged with prospective students in order to develop positive change this academic year, both locally and nationally in order to enhance your student experience.

 
 

I’m here to represent you both locally and nationally on issues which have an impact on students and represent your academic feedback.
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Contact Jamie

0117 328 7569
vpeducation@uwe.ac.uk
/VPEducationatUWE
@VPEducation

VP Education's Blog

Computers and Software

VP Education, Jamie, updates on some changes after feedback about computers and software given at November's Student Rep Committee.

 
#UWESaysRelax

The first exam season of the academic year is upon us, share your self-care with #UWESaysRelax

 
My time in Hong Kong - VP Education

One thing you may not know about UWE Bristol is their wide range of partners – both UK-based and international. One thing we are working on at The Students’ Union is to work on our representation at partners, as a lot are technically students we represent.

 
World AIDS Day

On the 1 December every year, World AIDS Day is held – this provides a chance for everyone across the globe to come together to show their support for those living with HIV, remember those who have died, and to take a fight against HIV.

 
Graduation

Your Presidents are pleased to announce a reduction in the price of graduation tickets!

 
5 Reasons to Come to the National Demo with UWE and Bristol

Jamie Jordon, VP Education and Zoe Backhouse, Undergraduate Education Officer at Bristol SU talk about why you should come to the National Demo.

 
 

I’m here to support and guide the many societies at UWE to be the best they can possibly be!
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Contact Olivia

0117 328 7568
vpsocsandcomms@uwe.ac.uk
/VPsocsandCommsatUWE
@VPsocsandcomms

VP Societies & Communication's Blog

Stop Start Keep - Second Round

At the first Societies Conference, I invited committee members from all societies to voice what they would like The Students’ Union to Stop/Start/Keep regarding communication.

 
Reclaim the night

On the evening of Friday 25 November, Bristol Students’ Union (Bristol SU) and The Students’ Union at UWE took to the streets to Reclaim the Night.

 
Stop Start Keep

At the first Societies Conference, I invited committee members from all societies to voice what they would like The Students’ Union to Stop/Start/Keep regarding communication.

 
August Report

Summer is nearly over and it’s been so busy at The Students’ Union!

 
 

I’m here to ensure any students who want to get involved in sports have the opportunity and support to do so.
Read my Manifesto

Contact Serena

0117 328 2915
vpsports@uwe.ac.uk
/VPSportsHealthatUWE
@VPSportsHealth

VP Sports & Health's Blog

August Report

July and August has been an exciting time at The Students’ Union with lots of change and progress happening. As a sabbatical team, one of our first major tasks was to conduct a report on Graduation costs and we are now working towards lowering them by presenting our findings to the university.

 
 

I’m here to build a sense of community across all campuses and making sure your welfare is a priority here at UWE Bristol.
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Contact Sian

0117 328 7570
vpcommwelfare@uwe.ac.uk
/VPCommWelfareatUWE
@VPCommWelfare

VP Community & Welfare's Blog

#UWESaysRelax

The first exam season of the academic year is upon us, share your self-care with #UWESaysRelax

 
It's OK to not be OK this Christmas

Christmas is coming. If you are anything like me, you won’t have bought any of the presents, are trying to figure out how you will get all your work done before the festive season kicks in properly, and are now falling into a pool of panic.

 
Manifesto Update: ACORN and Cut The Rent

This year, as part of my manifesto I am working with ACORN (Association for Community Organizations for Reform Now), and student activists to campaign to Cut the Rent.

 
Representing You In Accommodation
Sian Hampson, VP Community and Welfare

One of my manifesto pledges was to set up a Halls Rep system this year, of course these systems take time and there is a lot of groundwork to be done beforehand.

 
August Report

The last month has been really exciting here at the Students' Union. We are getting ready for our new intake of students, and looking forward to welcoming back the returners. We have an amazing mix of events from the Harry Potter Party (I can't wait for this!) to cake and crafts.

 
VP Community and Welfare comments on World Mental Health Day at UWE
Sian Hampson, VP Community and Welfare

Sian Hampson, your VP Community and Welfare writes about World Mental Health Day in the Western Eye, Student Media at UWE's Newspaper.

 
 

OFFICERS

Alice Vokins
Education Officer
Helen Olowofeso
International Student Officer
Eden Kindman Tang
Societies & Communication Officer
Thomas Haines
Sustainability Officer
Roisin Greenup
Sport & Health Officer
Charlotte Hall
Gloucester Campus Officer

I am here to enhance and support you over the next year regarding your learning experience.

Contact Alice

E-Mail: sufficer.education@uwe.ac.uk

Welcome to UWE Bristol! We are a very mixed and diverse institution with individuals from all parts of the world. I hope to help us all enjoy our student experience as part of an inclusive society.

Contact Helen

E-Mail: suofficer.international@uwe.ac.uk

Welcome to UWE Bristol! We are a very mixed and diverse institution with individuals from all parts of the world. I hope to help us all enjoy our student experience as part of an inclusive society.

Contact Eden

E-Mail: suofficer.socscomms@uwe.ac.uk

I’m here to be your voice on anything and everything green, whilst promoting your views to shape UWE Bristol’s future.

Contact Thomas

E-Mail: suofficer.sustainability@uwe.ac.uk

Being part of a sport at uni is one of the best decisions you will make – so join in, speak up and be more!

Contact Roisin

E-Mail: suofficer.sportshealth@uwe.ac.uk

Contact Charlotte

E-Mail: suofficer.gloucester@uwe.ac.uk

Beth Morgan
Glenside Campus Officer
Lauren Sykes
Community & Welfare Officer
Nikki Faulds
Disabled Students Officer
Dinara Reyimova
LGBT Officer
Mohammad Ansari
Postgraduate Officer
Olayemi Ajala
Black Minority Ethnic (BME) Officer

Contact Beth

E-Mail: suofficer.glenside@uwe.ac.uk

I will be working to combat mental health stigma and support the services available to students.

Contact Lauren

E-Mail: suofficer.commwelfare@uwe.ac.uk

I will be focussing on improving awareness of invisible disabilities, as well as promoting national disability campaigns.

Contact Nikki

E-Mail: suofficer.disabledstudents@uwe.ac.uk

There is so much going on at uni and I’m here to make sure there is something for everyone.

Contact Dinara

E-Mail: suofficer.lgbt@uwe.ac.uk

Mofizur Hridoy
Frenchay Campus Officer

Contact Mofizur

E-Mail: suofficer.frenchay@uwe.ac.uk