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Final year B.Ed. student Seán Smyth is hoping to lead DCU in the next academic year and deliver “the best student-experience possible.”
There are two candidates running for the position of Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty Representative in this year’s DCU Students’ Union (DCUSU) election.
Running for DCU Student’s Union’s (DCUSU) Vice President for Community and Citizenship, Ross Boyd is a final year student studying Social Sciences and Cultural Innovation, with his main goals involving advocacy and awareness.
Zara Doyle is a first-year Education and Training student hoping to represent the Institute of Education faculty. She is the only candidate running for the position.
Eliott Grennan is running unopposed for Clubs Officer, a second year Aviation Management student, who believes he has a drive to make clubs more inclusive.
Terence Rooney is one of three candidates for President of DCU Students’ Union (DCUSU) 2021/22.
First year student, Oisín McGovern is running unopposed for the part-time Societies Officer position in the DCUSU elections.
Current DCU Students’ Union (DCUSU) Vice President (VP) for Welfare and Equality, Dean O’Reilly is campaigning to be the next VP for Wellbeing.
Improving INTRA, making lectures more engaging, including more options at careers fairs and the return of Shite Nite.
There are three candidates for the role of Engineering and Computing Faculty Rep representing a wide range of backgrounds and ideas.
The Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) has called for increased supports and training for students to tackle sexual harassment in Irish universities.