Hey guys! My name’s Emma and I have asked our awesome Media Officer (Gilbert) to write this bio for me. I’m a third year, majoring in Anatomy and Human Biology and Business Law. I joined Science Union in my fresher year (2017… woah I’m getting old), I was the secretary last year and this year I’m the President! My role is to form a link between Faculty of Science staff and students, as well as with Science Union committee members. Ensuring students are well represented is also a priority for me, and that students actually enjoy their time at UWA! If you have any questions about Science Union, or UWA in general, feel free to send a message my way!
Phone: +61 477 472 527
Hey everyone! I'm Eli, your 2019 secretary. When I'm not bossing everyone around and making sure my excel spreadsheets are in perfect order I'm studying third year anatomy and human biology. I also love me some ultimate frisbee or snobby talk about brewing. If you have any questions regarding Science Union, muscle twitch parameters or flying pieces of plastic don't hesitate to should me a message at email@example.com or 0481059654.
Hey! I’m Olivia, your Education Vice-President for 2019. I’m basically here to help you if things go a little haywire with your degree - from unrealistic unit coordinators to lecturers going AWOL. I’m also super passionate about inspiring the next generation with all things science-related. I’m a third year medical sciences and music studies student, with aspirations to become a surgeon when I (eventually) graduate. I love music and my violin and a jam session is the way to my heart. If you have any Ed-related problems (or you just want to send me God-Tier Memes), please don’t hesitate to email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! My name is Pristina and I'm in my second year, studying Medical Sciences and Science Communication. I enjoy playing sports such as Volleyball and Table Tennis (catch me at Interfaculty Games!).
As one of the 2019 Education officers, I’m so excited to be creating opportunities for all of us to develop our knowledge of and share our passion for STEM. We’ll be hosting study nights, science experience workshops and social outreach to WA schools (let’s get that elephant toothpaste!!).
Feel free to contact me at email@example.com if you’d like to ask me a question or share some cool news!
Hey guys! My name is Emily and I’m a third year studying Microbiology and Immunology. As one of your Education Officers for 2019, it is my job to work alongside the rest of the Ed portfolio team to ensure you are comfortable and enjoy what you are learning, you get an opportunity to meet other students studying the same units or course as you and feel more connected with the big guns responsible for running your course. Keep an eye out for our study nights too! If you need any help or have any complaints or suggestions, feel free to chuck me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi there! I’m Brady and I’m into my second year studying my Ph.D. in Structural Biology, working on nucleic acid binding proteins.
In my spare time I enjoy photography and rock climbing. You’ll catch me in my lab repeating an experiment, by the river taking some photos or occasionally flying to Melbourne to shoot things with X-rays at the Australian Synchrotron. If you have any questions about anything post-graduate, biochemistry or research related please get in contact: email@example.com
Hey friends I’m April (but call me AP) and I’m a second year who’s in denial about no longer being a fresher. If I’m not headbanging or playing Animal Crossing, I’m actually studying a double major in Microbiology & Immunology and Pathology & Laboratory Medicine. This year I’m your External Affairs VP and my goal is to help you all gain sick skillz so that you can get up and get a job. Contrary to popular belief, there is a world of opportunity out there upon graduation and I want to help you to discover that!
If you have any questions or wanna talk about games, tatts, music or literally anything that comes to your mind, flick me a message on facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can grab a FAATTTT FEEEEEEEEDD
Hi! My name is Cody and I'm this year's External Affairs Officer. I'm in my second year at UWA and am studying a major in Marine Science. I'll be working closely with April and Tahlia to collaborate with Australian companies to provide networking opportunities for students. My interests include a deep passion for the ocean, family, sports, cooking, and my dog. If you ever want to chat or need some help you can contact me in person or at email@example.com
Hi! My name is Tahlia and I'm the Sponsorship Officer for 2019. This means that I'm in charge of making friends with a bunch of companies that mutually benefit from either sponsoring us or attending our amazing events! I am also a third year Sport Science & Exercise and Health double major and I am absolutely loving it. If you have any questions/comments/concerns or need some advice on the best feeds on and around campus you can hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey friends, I’m Gilbert and I'm a second year student studying Medical Sciences and Finance and after 12 years of studying I hope to become a neurosurgeon. My talents include, saying things way too loudly in Reid, learning an entire unit’s worth of content the night before an exam and I really enjoy skiing with my family.
As the 2019 Media Officer, my job entails running this website as well as keeping everyone up to date on our upcoming events via our social media.
I have a great appreciation for memes so if you have any that you’d like to share you can find me on Ground Floor at Reid Library after hours or email me at email@example.com
Hello, my name is Lee and I am the Graphical Promotional Officer for UWA Science Union 2019! I am currently studying a Bachelor of Biomedical Science, major in Anatomy and Human Biology. I thoroughly enjoy my current studies, however I also have a passion for photography, videography and editing!
Hi guys! My name is Caleb and I’m the token Canadian on SU committee this semester filling the role of international rep. I’m from Vernon, BC and attend UBCO back home! I’m in my third year of a Bachelor of Science majoring in chemistry. I enjoy hiking, hitting the gym, playing sports, meeting new folks, and getting around a good time! If you’re considering exchange during your science degree and have questions about how that looks, feel free to get in touch. If you have any suggestions or thoughts on how SU can serve international students better at UWA, we’re always open to progress! #TrueNorthStrong
Hey all! I'm Sarah Woolhouse, the 2019 Social VP for SU. I'm currently doing my undergrad in Synthetic Chemistry and Computer Science and making (or drinking) cocktails for work on the weekends. If you want to say hello you can catch me at SU events, on the top floor of BJ every now and then, or checking out the new happy hours (!) at the Tav.
Or, ya know, just flick me an email at my Science Union account: firstname.lastname@example.org. Cya round!
How's it going? I'm Nick Willis the new Social Officer for second semester at Science Union! I'm in my second year of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, which is f u n. I am responsible for helping to organise all the social events for the rest of the year, so if you have any ideas for a cool ball decoration or a quiz night theme, hit me up! Catch me loiterring around the Tav or Varsity, and in my spare time, the Bayliss Building and Reid.
Howdy! My name’s Thi, pronounced like tea. I’m a second year anatomy and human biology major and your social officer for 2019! When I’m not spending copious amounts of time with my two sausage dogs or going for long walks in the bush, you’ll most likely find me chatting up SU’s exciting events and other awesome ways to get involved in campus. Come say hey! X
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Hey I’m Aidan – Science Union’s Welfare Vice-President for 2019. I’m here to be everyone’s super wholesome amigo, with a little bit of extra know-how regarding your well-being. Feel free to give me a shout during the year if you’re struggling with anything related to your degree, your university life or literally anything else, I’m always more than happy to have a chat over coffee and dish out some advice and information regarding the support networks the University has on offer.
You can contact me via email at email@example.com
Hey everyone, I’m Eliesha and I’m the welfare officer for 2019 :)) I’m a 3rd year Pathology and Laboratory Medicine student this year, going into a Masters of Clinical Pathology postgrad. I’m here to make sure everyone in the science faculty/uni feels safe, included, heard and enjoys themselves more than they ever thought they would at uni. Don’t hesitate to come to me with any issue, whether it be personal, your units giving you an unfair time or just for a general chat! You will most probably see me semi-permanently inhabiting the clubroom, come say hi xx
Hello!!! I’m Sienna and I am Science Union’s Volunteering Coordinator for 2019. I am a third year studying Medical Sciences, and in my spare time I like to spend $20 on smashed avo and take photos of my dog Yappa. My role this year on SU is to help organise and run a number of super awesome volunteering events that will hopefully get you away from the stresses of uni while allowing you to do something super beneficial for our local community - a win-win, am I right? If you have any questions or suggestions please don’t hesitate to chuck us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, I’d love to have a chat!
Hey there! I’m Kate and I’m super excited to be one of SU’s Sports Reps in 2019. I can’t wait to get you and a bunch of other cool people involved in some good ol’ sportz fun this year, especially at interfac (Wednesdays 12-2 !!!) and just have a great time with everyone. If you ever wanna chat just chuck me a message or email at email@example.com - or you can probs find me in the tav :))
Hey! My name’s Peter and I’m Science Union’s Male Sports Representative for 2019!
I’m a third year student majoring in Sport Science and Exercise and Health. My job is to coordinate Interfaculty and Social Sports for all Science students within the Science Faculty with my partner, Kate Stewart. I’m usually around Reid library ‘studying’ or at the Tav, coming 1st in the weekly quiz.
If you ever want to get involved or see me around, don’t hesitate to say hey!
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
GENERAL COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Hey I’m Sam, and I’m an ordinary committee member. This means that I hang around and help with stuff, as I slowly fade into irrelevancy. This is my fourth year at UWA (and on Science Union), but I’m finishing off the third and final year of my Bachelor of Science, majoring in Biomedical Science. My major doesn’t exist anymore, but I certainly do, so if you need someone to contact SU through then HMU at email@example.com
Hey hey! My name is Megan and I’m in my third year of biochemistry and marketing. I’ve been a part of Science Union since my fresher year and it’s been a blast! My favourite thing to do is going for an early morning snorkel down at the beach! I’m always up for meeting people so come say hi!
How's it going everyone, I'm Jacob! I'm in my first year at the moment studying pharmacology and economics! So far joining the Science Union has been the best decision I've made this year due to the number of people I've met and the legendary events they hold! As long as my liver holds out, then this is going to be a ripper of a year!
Hey guys, I'm Ross. I'm studying zoology, human bio and neuroscience at the moment. I've really enjoyed the SU events so far and I'm really excited to be one of the fresher reps for 2019! Looking forward to helping out and getting others involved in the club.
Hello everyone, my name is Matt and I’m currently majoring in Psychology. I’m a fresher rep for science union this year. I’m here to spread the love and indulge everyone in our inclusive culture. SU is an awesome club to be a part of and I look forward to year ahead.
Hello pals, my name is Caitlyn and I’m a fresher rep for SU 2019! I haven’t technically nominated a major yet, but I’m definitely going to be doing Anatomy and Human Biology because I love it! Still getting used to the ins and outs of uni lifestyle but I’m loving every second so far and I’m excited for what’s to come, don’t be afraid to say hello I’m always around and up for a chat 😀
G'day Mates! I'm Jack. I'm currently studying biomedical engineering (It's a science trust me) but also have absolutely no idea whether I want to change to 1 of 5 different majors. I'm a fresher rep for 2019 and can't wait to become more involved with science union and the amazing culture that UWA and SU has to offer. Come say hi if you see me around, I'm always keen to procrastinate my studies.
Hey guys I’m Audrey, one of this years fresher reps. I’m studying Sport Science and Psychology and I’m so happy to be a part of Science Union. Since joining I’ve been involved in uni life a lot more and have met so many new and amazing people. I’m looking forward to the year ahead, helping run some fun events and get more involved with SU!
Hey hey! My name is Nikita and I am fresher rep for SU 2019. I am currently studying medical sciences and French. I’ve already had such a blast with SU and im hella excited to experience the rest of the year on committee. My talents include playing the fast food song on toy accordion, guessing my way through med sci mcq tests and watching my lectures on double speed. I spend 50% of my time in Reid and the other 50 % of my time at the tav so if your keen for a phat chat you know where to find me!
Hiya! My name is Ruby and I’m a Fresher Rep for Science Union this year! I’m currently studying medical sciences and anatomy & human biology. I loved camp, and joining Science Union has been one of my best decisions so far!!!!! You can usually find me in Reid playing Club Penguin or on the physiology lawn playing a Kazoo while doing a handstand (one of my many hidden talents!). I can’t wait to get more involved and see where the year takes me (other than to the tav) !!!!
Hey everyone! My name's Nick and I'm your resident old man. I was last year's president, and I now exist to give advice to the current committee. I have held a total of 10 positions across 3 clubs - SU, Zoology and Leisure - and I am still yet to admit that I've spent too much time at uni