SU Elections 2014: the candidates

The candidates running in the upcoming Lincoln Student Union elections have been revealed, with 46 students hoping to fill the 21 roles on offer. The candidates are listed below:

Voting opens at 9.00 am on Monday February 4, 2014. Photo: Lincoln SU
Voting opens at 9.00 am on Monday February 4, 2014. Photo: Lincoln SU
SU President

  • Brian Alcorn
  • Charlotte Briony Greenley
  • Marcus Askam-Yates

VP Academic Affairs

  • Joshua Mark Leafe
  • Kate Victoria Withers
  • Nyasha Takawira
  • Rhys Clarihew
  • Siobhan Garrigan
  • Tom Briggs
  • Victoria Mai Waby

VP Activities

  • Conor Maclellan
  • Hayley Jane Wilkinson
  • Jessica Ball
  • Sam Strickson
  • Tom Larken

VP Welfare and Community

  • Emma Jane Farry
  • Gooleswari Seeburn
  • James Bevan
  • Lauren May Richardson
  • Olivia Frances Hill
  • Raymond Ndhlovu

Student Trustee

  • Calum Watt
  • Matthew Smeeth

College Officer: College of Science

  • Brett James Knights

College Officer: College of Arts

  • Mark Andrew Sowden

College Officer: College of Social Science

  • Jake Baker

School Reps

  • Alys Victoria Brown – Lincoln School of Performing Arts
  • Giedre Kasperaviciute – Lincoln Business School
  • Daniel Richardson – School of Psychology
  • Jessica Darnell – School of Sport and Exercise Science
  • Wade Baverstock – Lincoln School of Media
  • Eleanor Jayne Bryan – Lincoln School of Humanities
  • Sara Killelay – Lincoln School of Art and Design
  • Thomas Mitchell – Lincoln Law School
  • Eleanor Burroughs – School of Life Sciences

Sports Officer

  • Samantha Storey
  • William Fry

Societies Officer

  • Jessica Robinson
  • Sophia Marie Bishell

NUS National Conference Delegate

  • Brian Alcorn
  • Calum Watt
  • Ian Antwi
  • Jack Edward Maddock
  • Joseph Burt
  • Kate Victoria Withers
  • Thomas Mitchell

International Student Officer

  • Angeline Elisa McCall
  • Erik Marzaganov

To find out more about each candidate, their manifestos are available on the Lincoln Students’ Union website.

 

 

 

 

 

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