School of Mathematics Teaching

Student representation

The Student-Staff Liaison Committee consists of student representatives and members of staff.

Programme representatives

Your programme representatives represent your views on your course and programme.  They ensure that academic and support staff are continually listening to and engaging with students to improve the student experience. Ultimately, programme reps work in partnership with staff to improve the student experience for current and future students.

School of Mathematics programme representatives 2019-20 [password-protected]

What do class/programme reps do? 

EUSA School of Mathematics Representation page 

Undergraduate student-staff liaison committee

The Undergraduate Student-Staff Liaison Committees (SSLCs) are comprised of programme reps and relevant members of staff, such as the Year Coordinators and the Director of Teaching. The names of your class reps are listed below. You should contact them if you would like an issue raised at an SSLC meeting.  

UG SSLC meeting schedule 2019-2020

The undergraduate SSLC meets three times per academic year. Class reps can request that the chair call an additional meeting at any time. 

  1. Wednesday 2:15-4pm, Week 4, Semester 1
  2. Wednesday 2:15-4pm, Week 4, Semester 2
  3. Wednesday 2:15-4pm, Week 9, Semester 2

UG SSLC meeting minutes

The School is committed to keeping students informed of the changes that are made as a result of feedback from students at SSLC meetings. Minutes from the meetings are accessible to all students. 

Previous meeting agendas, papers and minutes [password protected]

Chair of SSLC  and undergraduate school rep 

Winnie Zhang

Deputy Chair of SSLC

Pamela Docherty (Student Learning Advisor)

Taught Postgraduate student-staff liaison committee

The Taught postgraduate student-staff liaison committees (SSLCs) are comprised of programme reps and relevant members of staff, such as the programme directors. 

PGT SSLC meeting schedule 2019-20

1. Semester 1: Wednesday 16 October 2019, 1.10-3.00pm, MSc Hub (JCMB 6309)

2. Semester 2: Wednesday 26 February 2020, 2.10-4.00pm, MSc Hub (JCMB 6309)

3. Dissertation period: Wednesday 24 June 2020. 1.10-3.00pm, MSc Hub (JCMB 6309)

PGT SSLC meeting minutes

The School is committed to keeping students informed of the changes that are made as a result of feedback from students at SSLC meetings. Minutes from the meetings are available to all students. 

Previous meeting agendas, papers and minutes [password protected]

Application process

Before applying to become a programme rep, please read the School of Mathematics representation statement and make sure you are happy with what the role involves.

Undergraduate student representation statement [password protected]

To be eligible to be a class rep in one year you must be taking at least two School of Mathematics courses in the same year.  The deadline to become a class rep is Friday of Week 1 of Semester 1. Elections will then take place during Week 2. 

Undergraduate class/programme rep application form

Postgraduate taught class/programme rep application form