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    2018 Elections Candidates Revealed

    posted: 7th March 2018, 5:10pm
    tags: HUU, Elections

    Your Candidates 2018 Revealed

    All candidate manifestos can be found here.


    Student Officer Candidates


    Kym Cardona

    Osaro Otobo


    Education Officer

    Isobel Hall

    Steven Storey

    Edward Towers


    Welfare & Community Officer

    Andrew Costigan

    Charlotte Mealings

    Sophie Wingham


     Activities Officer

    Jack Chiverton

    Frederick Essex

    Rayne Goddard

    Benjamin Groocock

    Thomas McNamara

    Connal Plant

    Ruth Williams

    Gabriel Wilson


    Sports Officer

    Matthew Miller

    Aaron Walker

    Nicholas Wright


    Part-Time Officers

    Environment and Ethics Officer: Adam Kirk

    LGBT+ Officers (2 positions): Caroline Studdart & Ralph Lending

    Disabled Students Officer: Jessica Clunan

    Councillor for Scrutiny (Governance Zone): Daniel Ingram

    Chair RAG: Daniel Kupusarevic & Olivia Tant


    Student Trustee (1 position)

    Connor Massey


    No nominations received for:

    Mature Students Officer

    Part-Time Students Officer

    Postgraduate Research Students Officer

    Chair SEC

    Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Officer

    International Students Officer

    Women’s Officer

    Councillor for Scrutiny Welfare & Community Zone, Activity Zone, Education Zone & Sports Zone.



    Further information

    You can find the notice of elections here:

    You can find candidate resources and useful information here:                              

    Voting will open on Monday, 12th March 9am on

    Voting will close on Friday 16th March 5pm.

    You can find out more about Student Officer Manifestos and priorities at our Question Time event on Monday, 12th March, 6pm in Meeting Room 1 (first floor Student Central).

    Positions that received no nominations will be elected in the by-election in October 2018.

    If you have any questions, please contact          


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