• WINNER ANNOUNCED: Women’s Officer – Delphine Avraam

    Delphine Avraam has been elected as your new Student Union’s Women’s officer for 2019/2020. Delphine is excited about being elected, as she was feeling nervous about the result. The highlight of her campaign has been getting to know other people and “meeting both winner and losers who are dedicated...
  • Meet your 2019 Women’s Officer Candidate

    Meet your Women’s Officer Candidate for 2019-20.  Delphine Avraam  Delphine did not attend the Media Day, however in her manifesto she has expressed how she believes “there needs to be an increase in recognition for the presence of the Women’s network. People need to know that they are here...
  • WINNER ANNOUNCED: WOMEN’S OFFICER – Ruby Harrison

    Ruby Harrison has been elected as your new Students’ Union Women’s Officer for 2018/19. Ruby Harrison was declared the Women’s Officer for the 2018/19 academic year after winning the 1st round of voting, with 1228 votes. Ruby is also the current Women’s Officer, having also been elected to the...
  • International Women’s Day at the University of Nottingham

    March the 8th marks the annual International Women’s Day that recognizes social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The theme of this year’s campaign is #PressforProgress. In the Student Hub of Portland Building, the Women’s Network at the University of Nottingham (UoN) organized a crafts corner, refreshments and...
  • Meet your 2018 SU Women’s Candidate

    During our Students’ Union Elections Media Day on Saturday 24th February, we chatted to the candidate who is running to be elected as your Women’s Officer for the 2018-19 academic year. Take a look at what they had to say. Ruby Harrison Ruby is the current Women’s Officer and...
  • Hustings: Women’s Officer

    At the part-time officer hustings on Monday evening, Ruby Harrison, who is running to be re-elected as Women’s Officer, answered questions about trans inclusion and upcoming projects. Ruby hopes re-election will enable her to carry on with the work she has been doing this year. When asked about a...
  • WINNER ANNOUNCED – WOMEN’S OFFICER – RUBY HARRISON

    Ruby Harrison has been announced as the new Women’s Officer.  This position was uncontested, meaning Ruby secured the position after one round of voting. The total number of votes for this position was: 1581. Ruby was not able to attend the SU Elections Results Night due to “other commitments”....