The Role of a Postgraduate Research (PGR) Rep
PGR Reps focus on finding ways to develop and improve the academic experience of students in their faculties. PGR Reps represent students in their faculty and attend their Faculty Research and Innovation Committee. This committee works on promotion and development of a research culture and supports the faculty research strategy.
There 2 roles available in each faculty; some for all PGRs and some for those studying for Professional Doctorates.
Opportunities to stand and vote in the elections will appear on this page once the elections are open.
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- Attend training and remain in contact with the Students’ Union
- Attend/send a report to their Faculty Research and Innovation Committee
- Gather student opinion and feedback outcomes to students
- Attend a senate committee on research matter such as Research Ethics Committee or Reserach and Innovation Committee
Support and benefits
- A Rep Coordinator as a key contact to provide guidance and support
- Regular catch up opportunties with the doctoral school
- Opportuntites to sit on panels and working groups for example approval of new courses or disciplinary hearings
- The opportunity to register as a volunteer and build your own transcript of volunteering