Hello! My name is Precious Onyenekwu Tatah and I am your President.
I hold a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance from UWE Bristol and I’m currently studying a Master’s in Cyber Security. In 2017, I won the Most Engaged Student Award as a result of my passion for students’ excellence and my commitments at UWE Bristol.
Having been in several leadership positions, I have the ability to be a true leader. My experience includes being the Founder and President of the Culture Fusion Society, a Pal Leader, Yoga Society President, Creative Director of the Africa Week Dance Team, a Student Representative and a Student Ambassador.
I have also travelled around three continents teaching in schools and communities where I have gained invaluable interpersonal skills.
Click here to see what I’m working to achieve this year and my progress so far.
We kicked off the month of August with more inductions across various departments including Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity (EDI), UWE Bristol Grand Challenge, the International College, UWE Speak Up and UWE’s Strategic Communication Team.
It is already the end of my first month as The Students’ Union President.
With the aim of raising awareness of the cultural and ethnic diversity here at UWE Bristol, Multicultural Week celebrated and educated students about diversity, spreading tolerance and respecting different beliefs and traditions. It was also an opportunity for students to experience different countries’ culture.
Upon on the success of UWE BCC in November, the competition was upgraded into the regional scale with participation of 4 universities in the Southwest including: UWE Bristol, University of Bath, University of Bristol, and University of Plymouth.
The UWE Business Case Competition (UWE BCC) took place on 2 – 4 November 2018 and focused on the theme: “UWE’s Sustainability 2030” and was open to all students from all courses, faculties and departments.
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Work from satellite campuses to provide Interfaculty and Intercultural networking opportunities so all students can feel represented.
Status: Updated 1/7/2019
Provide sleeping rooms in an effort to fight sleep deprivation.
Promote the #MANUP campaign.
Encourage students to get active as a way to combat stress.
Provide getting started at UWE videos for further guidance on what to expect before coming to UWE.
Introduce sex education on campus.
Lobby the University for cheaper food options.
Lobby the University for free laundry services.
Lobby the University for a summer housing-extension for post-graduates.
Work with the NUS and other unions to lobby the government to bring back the post-study visa.
Ensure there is job support for international students.
Provide English language crash course.
Lobby the University to act as housing guarantors for International students as well as providing international students bursary.
Work with the University on the continuous provision of cyber security awareness.
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