History Representative

The School of History Representative shall seek feedback from and represent students in the school. They are also responsible for chairing the History forum for course representatives and supporting the Vice President Humanities and Social Sciences. They are also responsible for encouraging students in the school to participate and engage with the Students’ Union.

Role Description

The Candidates

Anisa Taznim

Being a Course Representative means that I have already had experience communicating concerns and facilitating discussions between staff members and history students at QMUL. I would like to continue making changes and contributions on behalf of students so that we are able to progress and develop our university together.