Hello, my name is Samuel and I’m your VP Societies and Communication.
I have been the President of the Nigerian Society Network (NSN) here at UWE Bristol. It was a great opportunity and a rewarding one at that, with two awards to crown the year. This single role on its own set me up on a good leadership path as well as added more values to my skills (organisation, communication and teamwork).
I really want students to have fun this year as it has been a quiet year at the university and as you know, all work and no play…. I believe WE can achieve this together.
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.
The Society Awards took place online this year, and I’m so glad that the hard work and achievements of our society members were recognised!
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.
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Improve collaboration between societies within Frenchay and across other campuses.
Status: Updated 01/08/2020
Hosting events and sharing duties based on societal values.
Improving society promotions.
Reinstate the TEDxUWE Scheme.
Introduce inter-society competitions and events across UK Universities.
Improve access to resources and funds for societies events.
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