Your Sabbatical Officers

Ruth Plant - President

Ruth Plant is a recent graduate from the School of Ocean Science and is your new President. Ruth has been involved as a RAG coordinator, project leader of 2 volunteering projects, Treasurer of wheelchair basketball and sub Aqua and has helped at a variety of university and Students’ Union events.

Ruth works in conjunction with the university to make sure your voice is always heard and when needed is acted upon! Ruth works to ensure that the local community, University and the Students’ Union works tirelessly for you, to give you, the best possible student experience. In conjunction with the rest of the team, Ruth works towards mental health campaigns and, welfare aspects.

Ruth intends to work for you, working on getting your voice heard, making sure you understand what your union can and should do for you and the continuously improvement of your student experience!

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Last post 23 Aug 2017
Mark Barrow - VP for Education

Mark Barrow is a recent graduate from the School of History and Archaeology. He has been elected to serve as your new Vice President for Education.

During his time as a student, Mark actively got involved in many different University and Students’ Union roles and activities. He was a Course Rep for three years, and during that time he organised two student-led trips, to Berlin and Krakow, and Prague. Mark’s work as a Course Rep saw him win the prestigious Ede and Ravenscroft award, in 2017. Mark also represented the University as an Open Day assistant, besides becoming a member of the ‘Bangor Fund’ Telethon team.

As Vice President for Education, Mark will work with his fellow Sabbatical Officers, and University members of staff, to enhance the educational experience for all students. By listening and learning from students, Mark will tirelessly work upon any concerns or advice that is given to him.

Mark intends to set up a Sexual Harassment campaign, to safeguard and protect vulnerable students, and to ensure that there is no ‘grey area’. He also wants to work with the Course Rep system, to ensure Course Reps provide a practical and meaningful opportunity for all students within their School. Mark will be operating an ‘open door’ policy, and encourages students to come and speak to him, and their Union, whenever they want to!

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