Esohe Uwadiae

Esohe Uwadiae

Education Officer 2017–2018

su.education@lse.ac.uk

Manifesto:

Es We Can!

Hi I’m Esohe and I’m running to be your Education Officer.

 

Having been an Academic Board representative, worked on six LSESU committees and a Peer Supporter for LSE’s Student Counselling, I know what works and how it works at LSE.

 

POLICIES

 

TEACHING AND SUPPORT

 
  • Launch: a pre-university transition scheme, pre-exam workshops, student review of class and seminar structure and a ‘Rate my Module’ page
  • Ensure: lecture capture is mandatory, early notification of results for students who have failed and that academic advisors are assigned for your whole degree
  • Reform: the extenuating circumstances system, exam barring procedures and the LSE app to include features such as checking PC availability
 

ACCESS AND REPRESENTATION

 
  • Joint honours students: create a centralised management structure for joint honours students
  • Social Mobility: campaign against further fee increases, skills audit and personal development plan
  • Mature and Part-time students: develop an online information hub, introduce SSLC reps for part-time students
  • Postgraduates: standardise the dissertation information dissemination process, impose deadlines to pull suspended/discontinued modules advertised
  • Disabled students: Have Individual Exam Arrangements applied for entire degree
 

CONTINUE

 
  • Lobbying for compulsory exam feedback; assessment and curriculum diversification; increased investment in GTA pay and training and
  • Tackling the BME attainment gap