Tomi BSU President

VP ACTIVITIES & PARTICIPATION

Sam Shew

EMAIL ME AT S.Shew@brighton.ac.uk

ABOUT MY ROLE

To lead the student activities programme; to include sports, societies and entertainments across all campuses and partner colleges. The Vice-President Activities and Participation will consult with students in the development of activities across a wide range of areas, to include both social and competitive sport, inclusive societies and accessible entertainments. The Vice-President Activities and Participation will participate in Union and University committees and liaise with external agencies where appropriate to seek to provide the student body with opportunities to enhance their University experience, providing good value, low cost and inclusive activities for all.

ABOUT ME

Sam has come from the Eastbourne campus where he studies Sport and Exercise Science.  Sam was attracted to this role as he believes he can bring positive change to the student’s lifestyle while attending university by removing the barriers between the students and them engaging in extracurricular activities such as sports and societies.

FUN FACT

Sam once planted a £10,000 tree in a famous footballer’s garden. To find out who please email s.shew@brighton.ac.uk

Manifesto Points

Each elected officer runs on a manifesto: a collection of ideas and policies that they promise to enact when they are in office. To help you keep track of what each of our four full-time officers get up to, and how far along they are in implementing the ideas that got them elected: we've created this handy manifesto tracker!

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All of an officers manifesto points are listed below. The button colour indicates their progress in implementing each of their points. You can click on each button to see a quick log describing what each officer has done to further their goals in each instance.

Cheaper Sports Fed memberships and shorter memberships for students who might not play the whole year (for example QTS students)

 

Focus not only on sport but also societies ensuring they receive the funding and support needed

 

Run an annual society showcase

 

Bringing a Dance Rivals to Brighton 

 

Raise the popularity of low profile sports

 

Pursue better relationships between the Students' Union and Sports Teams and Societies - For example delegated SU reps for teams and societies 

 

Continue with successful campaigns and look to alter struggling ones