How’s it going?

We are always looking at ways we can help you get the most out of your student experience, and working in partnership with you is essential for us to know what’s on your mind and important to you.

We’re inviting you to drop in and let us know how it’s all going in the Library foyer Thursday 24 November, 10:00-12:45. 

Come along to chat with Professors Elizabeth McCrum and Peter Miskell, your Pro-Vice-Chancellors for Education and Student Experience, your RUSU President Sheldon Allen, and your RUSU Education Officer Oscar Minto.

Oh, and we’ll also have free doughnuts for the first 50 people who drop by.

What is a Pro-Vice-Chancellor?

At Reading we have six Pro-Vice-Chancellors who are senior members of the University responsible for different areas. Elizabeth and Peter’s role focuses on providing an excellent education and student experience for every one of our students. We work in partnership with our students through the Students’ Union, Student Partners, Student Panel, Inclusion Consultants, surveys and your feedback to enable new initiatives so you get the best experience possible.

What does your RUSU President do?

Sheldon coordinates the Full-time Officer team and is the lead representative to the University. He represents the student voice by attending several committees and groups. As President, Sheldon oversees RUSU’s commercial services, communication, environmental and sustainability work. He’s the lead officer on all aspects of governance and democracy; responsible for the development and promotion of RUSU democratic platforms and processes, as well as providing support to Student Voice Members. 

What does your RUSU Education Officer do?

Oscar’s main aim is to improve the student academic experience. He’s the lead officer for teaching and learning and maintains strong working relationships with University staff, collaborating on a wide range of teaching and learning projects. Oscar also leads on academic-related campaigns and initiatives, and on all aspects of academic representation, utilising and promoting the work of Course and Senior Representatives. Like Sheldon, he attends various committees and groups where he promotes the student voice.

We hope to see you there!

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