School Reps

School Reps represent you – they work to ensure the student voice is being heard by the University and positive changes are being made throughout every school. School Reps give your feedback to the University and sit on the School Board for Teaching & Learning. School Reps support and lead a team of Course Reps with each school.

There are 32 School Rep positions, one Undergraduate School Rep and one Postgraduate School Rep per school, apart from Henley Business School which has three of each, making six in total!

Your Undergraduate School Reps

Undergraduate School Rep for Agriculture, Policy & Development Adrienne Bowes-Taylor
Undergraduate School Rep for Archaeology, Geography & Environmental Sciences James Day
Undergraduate School Rep for Arts & Graphic Communications Theodosis Demetriou
Undergraduate School Rep for Biological Sciences Kyle Smith
Undergraduate School Rep for Built Environment Matt Saunders
Undergraduate School Rep for Chemistry, Food & Pharmacy Zoe James
Undergraduate School Rep for Henley Business School Emmanuael D’Arifat
Thomas Lee
Neal Abdool
Undergraduate School Rep for Humanities Nick Jenkins
Undergraduate School Rep for Institute of Education Lillie-Mae Firmin
Undergraduate School Rep for Law Beth Parker
Undergraduate School Rep for Literature & Languages Molli Cleaver
Undergraduate School Rep for Mathematical, Physical & Computational Sciences Effy Hopkins
Undergraduate School Rep for Politics, Economics & International Relations Dimitra Louca
Undergraduate School Rep for Psychology & Clinical Language Sciences Harrison Ward

Your Postgraduate School Reps

Agriculture, Policy & Development Cleide Tatyana Almeida
Archaeology, Geography & Environmental Sciences Bryony Steele
Arts & Communication Design Niteesh Yadav
Biological Sciences Ryan Morris
Built Environment Aaron Boback
Chemistry, Food & Pharmacy Tabitha Reynolds
Henley Business School Kedar Anil Kashid
Rohith Biju
Ronald Wafula
Humanities Sochima Ikpa
Institute of Education Yaping Yang
Law Cristina Radulescu
Literature & Languages Gareth Mills
Mathematical, Physical & Computational Sciences Joshua Chun Kwang Lee
Politics, Economics & International Relations Veronika Maslova
Psychology & Clinical Language Sciences Sarah O'Brien

Why become a School Rep?

  • Gain amazing, career-boosting experience.
  • Work with a range of Academic and University staff.
  • Attend University meetings and gain knowledge of University structures.
  • Enhance your CV.
  • Develop your transferable skills.
  • Receive training.
  • Add to your RED Award.

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