From over 50 entrants, fourth year MChem student Kathleen Burns was randomly selected as the winner of this year’s Impact Survey prize- a two-night stay in a location of her choice. Having been a Course Rep during all four years at Reading, she has implemented numerous changes across her department, meaning we think she’s a very deserving winner.
RUSU launches its Annual Impact Survey in Summer term to gather feedback from both Course and School Reps about how their past year as Reps has been and how we can improve the process for the following year. It’s a chance for them to reflect on any successes they’ve had in their role (there’s been a lot!) as well as offer suggestions, from a student perspective, about what they would like to see in Academic Representation, making it more beneficial for all students and Reps alike. This year’s survey focused around the general Rep experience, the structure of their meetings and how we can increase promotion of the role- the comments on all proved very insightful and will undoubtedly open up some interesting conversations moving forward!
It’s a chance for them to reflect on any successes they’ve had in their role (there’s been a lot!) as well as offer suggestions, from a student perspective, about what they would like to see in Academic Representation.
All of the responses received are greatly appreciated and will be very useful in the coming months, thank you to all the Reps who took the time to answer the survey and congratulations again to Kathleen, we hope you enjoy wherever you choose to venture and have a well-earned break after exams!