Disabled and Specific Learning Difference Rep

About the role

Are you interested in working to achieve improvements for disabled students? The role of Disabled and Specific Learning Difficulties Representative (Mile End) will give you a great opportunity to create that change. You will gather feedback from and represents the interests of Mile End students with disabilities and specific learning difficulties and be their voice on the issues they face.

You’ll work with the Vice President Communities and have the chance to contribute to campaigns and events like Disability Awareness Fortnight.

Role description

The Candidates

Krishan Shukla

I was diagnosed with ADHD a couple of months before attending QMUL. Therefore, I have a genuine understanding of the challenges students with learning difficulties and disabilities face in higher education and have a deep interest in helping disabled and neurodivergent students reach their full potential under Queen Mary.

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Arthur Lu

Don't feel alone on your raft. Sail along with others that know you well.

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