Hello! My name is Jane Ojiako and I am your VP Education.
I look forward to working hand in hand with the University to achieve my manifesto objectives.
I have just graduated in Business and Human Resource Management from UWE Bristol.
Click here to see what I’m working to achieve this year and my progress so far.
Sign petitions, educate yourselves, write to your MP, donate, and help to make sure that the conversation doesn’t stop. In this article, we have some resources that you can utilise.
We are at the point where we can no longer say that The Students’ Union is against racism, it is not enough and we know that.
After weeks of hard work and meetings, President, Precious Onyenekwu Tatah and the rest of The Students’ Union’s Presidents Team is delighted to share an update on their campaign to support students who may be struggling to meet the financial demands of accommodation payments, due to the impact of COVID-19.
We know that the recent COVID-19 developments have had a big impact on the UWE Bristol student community, and as a Presidents Team we are working hard to ensure that we are supporting you and voicing your concerns.
October was a busy and rewarding month at The Students' Union at UWE Bristol. Here are my highlights as your VP for Education!
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Improve coursework and examination feedback.
Status: Updated 27/11/2019
Lobby to provide one week for reading in January before exams starts.
Status: Updated 2/9/2019
Ensure that there are more E-books to enhance student research and improve the accessibility of core reading books in UWE library (online).
Status: Updated 1/10/2019
Work towards providing library sleeping pods. (Research indicates that short naps reduces stress level, improve concentration and memory).
Work towards the provision of free sanitary products in all female and gender neutral toilets around campus.
Status: Updated 1/11/2019
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