Sofija is a second-year Science student taking courses mainly from the Physics, Chemistry and Maths tracks. Although she believes AUC’s Student Council is already quite well-rooted in the student body, she wants to encourage more student participation and highlight the importance of effective agency of the student body as a co-chair of this year’s council. She sees participation in tackling relevant issues as not only an educational enrichment, but also a good attitude to nurture for any form of community and political action beyond and after AUC. Her tasks as the co-chair include, among other things, coordinating the council’s meetings, setting general goals and fulfilling various representative tasks. Some other specific projects Sofija is involved in include AUC’s Rights 2 Education and working on assessing and improving Course Evaluations (AUC’s main feedback mechanism). Apart from this she is supervising the Science Focus group and always willing to chat about improving AUC’s academic experience.
Ellen is a second-year Social Science student, focusing on Human Rights but also Culture and Media. Within the Student Council she will be co-chair and working with students on the Academic Core and Community Project/Internship focus group. She will also be representing the Right2Education initiative and working with them to ensure the sustainability of the project. She will also be actively seeking to engage the student body and facilitate communication and transparency between students and teachers so as to ensure an enriching academic experience for all members of the AUC community. She also hopes to help any student wishing to start something new at AUC and is to take part in this creative process.
From September 2016 onwards, he will be a second-year Social Science major. He mainly focuses on Law, but is also highly interested in Political Science as well as International Relations. He is glad he will get to represent the student body, and is notably excited to give life to the ideas and values he studies in class – such as notions of democracy and justice to mention only these. Moreover, he is particularly excited about being in charge of the Internal Communication role, and will do his best to better the visibility the students council has in AUC, not only with students, but with management and faculty as well. He is willing to diversify the means to reach such a goal, and is determined to find what works best with the AUC community.
Fatiya is a third-year Humanities major with a focus on Literature and Culture.
As External Communications Manager, she will be responsible for maintaining as well as improving the student body's/AUC's relationships with UvA, VU, other UC's, and other external parties. The coming year, she hopes to increase the network that AUC students can benefit from during and after their time at AUC. She looks forward to working with this year's team!
Sarah is a second-year Social Sciences major, with a focus on Law and International Relations. Taking on the role of secretary, she will be in charge of documenting the progress as well as working on communication. She will also work as the Treasurer, to handle expenses, and be part of the Tenants Association, to enable good relations between DUWO and AUC. One of Sarah’s main goals within the Student Council is to establish a more active relationship between the council and the community at AUC, to fully grasp the potential for positive change that AUCSC has to offer.
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