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Results:
Date count run30 Oct 2020
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running5
Available position1
Total ballots181
Valid votes181
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Yiping Bi Yi Thong Tay Xuan Jin Laure Montangerand RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 15.00 54.00 44.00 58.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 90.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 90.50. No candidates have surplus votes so candidates will be eliminated and their votes transferred for the next round.
2 57.00 48.00 64.00 12.00 0.00 84.50
All losing candidates are eliminated. Count after substage 1 of 1 of eliminating Yiping Bi and RON (Re-Open Nominations). Transferred votes with value 1.00. Since no candidate has been elected, the quota is reduced to 84.50. No candidates have surplus votes so candidates will be eliminated and their votes transferred for the next round.
3 68.00 90.00 23.00 11.00 79.00
All losing candidates are eliminated. Count after substage 1 of 1 of eliminating Xuan Jin. Transferred votes with value 1.00. Since no candidate has been elected, the quota is reduced to 79.00. Candidate Laure Montangerand has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Laure Montangerand.

Position information: 
Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Xuan Jin
Reflec. Respec. Protec!
Hey y’all! I’m Jin from Singapore and I’m running to be your faculty rep! I am someone who values diversity, encourages creativity, and wants to build a warm and loving community for all of us. I am one who will reflect on my experiences to become better. After my term as Vice-President of Students’ Council in high school, where we organised internal and schoolwide events for over 1200 students, I have faith that I’ve grown to become better. I strive towards being a dedicated and professional leader who will respect your feedback and protect your interests to build a better university experience for all.

To me, the role of faculty rep is not just to represent the undergrads but also to listen, to care, and to act. If I am voted, you can look forward to termly tea sessions to voice your concerns and more networking opportunities with the alumnus of our faculty. I am also hoping to hold more social events such as interdepartmental trivia quizzes, impromptu online study sessions, or perhaps a major-themed dress-up week that will allow you to get to know more people. Last but not least, on academic interests, I am hoping to build stronger interdepartmental support to facilitate interdisciplinary research interests.

If you’ve read till here, thank you for your time. If any of the above resonates with you, please lend me your vote. If you’ve any other questions, do drop me an email at [email protected]! Thank you and have a great day! (:
Yiping Bi
As a PPE undergraduate student, my main passion, or say skill was to work for the interest of the group I belonged and improve people's experience . I was currently in London and was able to adept to flexible ways of cooperating&communicating during COVID.
If I could have the pleasure to be elected as faculty rep, I would prioritize in building up platform for faculty members to participate in university life as much similar to normal academic year as possible, trying to enforce discussion workshops, career forums and tunnel where adjustment suggestions could be effectively conveyed to fellows of department.
Being Undergraduate student means to be in the first period of university life, we might be facing problems about utilizing Informations and resources of departments, Teaching styles of professors and lectures, or the general process of how the community work. Meanwhile, in such unique time during the Covid-19 epidemic, communications between students and faculty fellows have become much less convenient. My main focus was to break down those obstructions infant of us.
In short, I would work my best to present the focalized pursue of our faculty toward the large UCL community if elected.
Yi Thong Tay
Hi there! I am Yi Thong, an Economics student committed to improving your experience at UCL. If I were elected as the faculty rep, I would focus on enhancing students’ online learning welfare, as well as communicating students’ concerns and needs with the faculty.

Main objectives:
- Conduct multiple surveys to understand the difficulties and learning experience of UCL students to feedback and advocate for improvements
- Implement a study buddy system for students to support each other in terms of academics and adapting to online learning
- Provide virtual networking opportunities with professors and teaching assistants
- Request for more online learning resources aside from textbooks and lecture classes to ensure a more fulfilling and interactive learning experience
- Assist the faculty to make students feel that they are part of the UCL community, even if their experience is fully virtual

In essence, I would push for more educational supports for both in campus and distance learners to ensure the enormous fees that we paid is not just for merely watching videos but for a beneficial and worthwhile experience. My previous commitments in various leadership roles have equipped me with relevant strategic thinking and interpersonal skills which I believe will make me a suitable faculty rep. However, all of this can only be made possible by your contribution: an opinion, an idea, and a vote from you.

Together, let's make our learning experience at UCL better!
Laure Montangerand
Online learning brings a new array of issues that need to be dealt with as fast and as well as possible to ensure everyone’s livelihoods and academic success. To avoid anyone in the Faculty feeling left out or dealing with these issues alone, I would be available at any time to hear your concerns – which I have been doing as Lead Student Representative for my department. Any and all feedback will be brought up and discussed at a Faculty level!

If I were elected, I would make sure all the problems I am made aware of are dealt with in an efficient manner, and that students’ opinions are taken into consideration when finding solutions.
As a Student Quality Reviewer and ChangeMaker, I witnessed first-hand both how slow change can be at UCL and how much it can impact the student experience. If elected, I would offer online ‘walk-in’ focus groups for those experiencing any issues to ensure we find the best possible solutions. Our fees are not decreasing, so the quality of our student experience needs to be upheld.

I know the future seems daunting for university students, which is why I would also prioritise enhanced and improved access to careers services.

Together, let’s improve the online student experience!