One of my assumptions was that the student development SU’s have done for decades used the same principles now celebrated in HE enrichment and retention. So I have also incorporated phrases from ‘What Works’ and am sure you’ll see why!
With this research and previous research looking into the university life of commuter students, and by distributing the information to the various departments within LiverpoolSU, commuter students’ should be reached to ensure that their voices are heard.
it’s all too easy to fall into the trap of moaning about NUS either not doing something that it used to or not doing something new
This process reduces ignorance, and promotes literacy on race and racism which is the bedrock of a work culture in which Black staff can thrive.
Universities UK Students and student unions are valued partners in the delivery of high quality higher education and universities benefit from productive relationships with their students’ representative bodies. Similarly the proposals for the TEF and the office for students aim to place students at the heart of the system. The organised student voice is essential […]
In this piece Laura Dickens from Warwick SU looks at social media beyond Facebook and Twitter Without a doubt, Facebook continues to be the hub for all things Social Media and communication – having a daily usership of 1 billion people every day. This is only likely to grow – with the sheer amount of […]
It will be interesting to see if it had the desired affect over time and whether in another couple of years the same issues continue to surface.
We were successful in the majority of our recommendations, ensuring crucial changes to timescales and securing a student panel member for the decision making process.
SU staff have become more honest, braver and simultaneously challenging and open to challenge. Staff have moved from oppressed administrators, unengaged civil servants, to motivated allies and sometimes, just sometimes, vociferous and inspiring activists
In the latest in a series on supporting elected officers Jim Dickinson looks at the process of developing political goals with officers The respective roles of elected officers and staff- and the relationship between them- has been debated and theorised for as long as the student movement has existed. In his introduction to the NUS […]