Harry Riley is a recent Masters in Biology graduate from the School of Natural Sciences. He has been elected to serve as your Vice President for Education.
He is originally from The Wirral and since his time at university has been the President of the Biological Society, Treasurer for the Debating Union, Senior Peer Guide and a Campus Life Coordinator. He also set up the Plastic Free Bangor Campaign.
As Vice President for Education, Harry intends to work with the employability service on increasing graduate prospects for students at Bangor and wants to do this by improving the careers fair and would like to create school specific fairs. He would also like to create a link between courses and their respective learned society such as The Royal Society of Biology/British Psychology Society in order to offer more opportunities to students here at Bangor.
Harry wants students to know that the only reason he is here is to represent them. He has an open door policy and is happy to hear any student’s academic queries or even just to come in for a chat.