News Category: Elections

GSA Summer 17 Election Results

The summer elections are now over and we are extremely pleased to say that this was one of our most engaging elections for years. There were 4893 eligible voters and 681 votes which meant we had a voter turnout of 14%. This is almost triple the turnout of last years elections, and almost 200 votes more than our…

13th June 2017

Rasha’s Blog – AGM time!

Dear fellow students, this Wednesday 3rd May is the GSA annual general meeting (AGM), and I encourage you all to attend. The meeting is your chance to be briefed about what Kate and myself have been doing since the start of the year, the problems we have been able to solve, the issues that we…

1st May 2017

Council Elections 2016 – Results

We are happy to announce the results of the GSA Council Elections 2016: Council Chair – Saad Alzahrani, with 83% of the vote Communities Officer – Gracia Paramitha, with 86% of the vote Events Officer – Joseph Willis, with 86% of the vote Equality Officer – Annis Stead, with 85% of the vote Colleges Officer – Momchil…

24th October 2016

Council Elections 2016 – Candidates Announced

We are happy to announce the candidates for the GSA Council Elections 2016: Saad Alzahrani – Council Chair Gracia Paramitha – Communities Officer Joseph Willis – Events Officer Annis Stead – Equality Officer Momchil N. Kyuparski – Colleges Officer Danielle Watkins – Sports Officer Chow Christopher Wui Hang – Student Trustee Dan Chen – Student…

14th October 2016

GSA Council Elections – Extended Deadline – Wednesday 12th October

Due to technical difficulties with the elections nomination form published on the GSA website over the weekend, the GSA Elections committee have decided to reopen nominations for the GSA Council Elections until Wednesday 12th October at 23:59. Positions available in our Council Elections include: – Events Officer – Colleges Officer – Volunteering Officer – Equality…

10th October 2016

Kate’s Blog – My time on the GSA Council

So basically the reason I’m involved with the GSA now is because fairly-keen first year PhD Kate showed a vague interest in the GSA and this was pounced on by the then CEO of the organisation and the next thing I knew my housemate and I were running for Council positions. This, as it turns…

5th October 2016