Getting Involved - Student-Staff Committee
A great way to get involved and find out a bit more how the department works is to join the Student-Staff Committee.
It meets four times a year and has representation from all courses and programmes. It's an opportunity to contribute your views and those of others on your course.
|Membership:||2 representatives from each year of each programme.
Link to Student Staff Committee Membership
Meets four times a year in the Elmfield Building. Lunch is provided.
Student-Staff Committee schedule 2015-16
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Getting Involved - Faculty Student-Staff Committee
There are also opportunities for you to get involved in Student-Staff Committees at Faculty level.
The Department is looking for two Faculty Student Representatives - an undergraduate, and a postgraduate taught student. There are three meetings per year, which are divided into two sections. The first hour is a formal committee meeting, and the second hour is an informal discussion on a learning and teaching topic that provides students the chance to engage with and shape new developments within the Faculty.
For further information, view the Faculty Student-Staff Committee purpose and structure overview. To find out how you can become a Faculty rep contact Fran Cooney, Student Experience Manager: F.R.Cooney@sheffield.ac.uk.