Student Representation and leadership Opportunities

Here’s your chance to participate in meaningful conversations across the university about issues which interest you. By working with staff and Leadership in your College you’ll help improve the teaching and learning experience in your course while developing your professional and personal skills. If you have any questions about anything you see here please contact the Student Representation & Development Officer at srdo@flinders.edu.au

Description

Students in College of Business, Government and Law can work with their Course Coordinator to improve the learning and teaching experience in their course. 2-3 positions per year level (including Honours and Postgrad) are available in each of the following areas:

  • Business
    • Year 1 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Year 2 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Year 3 (2 positions vacant)
    • Honours (2 positions vacant)
    • Postgrad (2 positions vacant)
  • Criminology
    • Year 1 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Year 2 (2 positions vacant)
    • Year 3 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Honours (2 positions vacant)
    • Postgrad (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
  • Government
    • Year 1 (2 positions vacant)
    • Year 2 (2 positions vacant)
    • Year 3 (2 positions vacant)
    • Honours (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Postgrad (2 positions vacant)
  • Law
    • Year 1 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Year 2 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Year 3 (2 positions vacant)
    • Honours (2 positions vacant)
    • Postgrad (2 positions vacant)

 

Who can apply?

Students in a course in College of Business, Government and Law who will also be enrolled in BGL next semester. To be eligible for a Course Representative role, you must be enrolled in at least one core topic at the level you wish to represent.  For example, a Level 2 Rep in Criminology must be enrolled in at least one level 2 core topic for your Course (e.g. Bachelor of Criminology) per Semester.

How to Apply

Click apply to complete an online Expression of Interest. All applicants are asked to submit a current CV with their application. Recruitment has occurred for 2020 but vacancies can be filled throughout the year.

Description

Students in College of Education, Psychology and Social Work can work with their Course Coordinator to improve the learning and teaching experience in their course. 2-3 positions per year level (including Honours and Postgrad) are available in each of the following areas:

  • Early Childhood
    • Year 1 (2 positions vacant)
    • Year 2 (2 positions vacant)
    • Year 3 (2 positions vacant)
    • Honours (2 positions vacant)
    • Postgraduate (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
  • Continuing Professional Education
    • Year 1 (2 positions vacant)
    • Year 2 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Year 3 (2 positions vacant)
    • Honours (2 positions vacant)
    • Postgraduate (2 positions vacant)
  • Psychology
    • Year 1 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Year 2 (2 positions vacant)
    • Year 3 (2 positions filled)
    • Honours (2 positions filled)
    • Postgraduate (2 positions vacant)
  • School Education
    • Year 1 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Year 2 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Year 3 (2 positions vacant)
    • Year 4 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Honours (2 positions vacant)
    • Postgraduate (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
  • Social Work
    • Year 1 (3 positions filled)
    • Year 2 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Year 3 (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
    • Honours (2 positions vacant)
    • Postgraduate (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)

Who can apply?

Students in a course in College of Education, Psychology and Social Work who will also be enrolled in EPSW next semester.

How to Apply

Click apply to complete an online Expression of Interest. All applicants are asked to submit a current CV with their application. Recruitment has occurred for 2020 but vacancies can be filled throughout the year.

Description

HASS Course Representatives
Represent your fellow students by working with your Course Coordinator to improve the teaching and learning experience in your course, including as a member of the Student Consultative Committee.
HASS Course Representative positions are:
– Bachelor of Arts (3 positions filled)
– Bachelor of Archaeology (2 positions filled)
– Bachelor of Creative Arts (2 positions filled)
– Bachelor of Languages (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
– Bachelor of Media Arts (2 positions vacant)
– Bachelor of Media and Communication (2 positions filled)
– Bachelor of Tourism and Events (2 positions vacant)
– Honours (1 position filled, 1 position vacant)
– Postgraduate (3 positions filled)

COMMITMENT

Until December 2020, which includes:
– 4 committee meetings per year
– Training from FUSA (one 2-hr session).

Who can apply?

Students enrolled in a course in College of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences, who will also be enrolled in HASS next semester.

How to Apply

Click apply to complete an Expression of Interest.

As a student in College of Medicine and Public Health, there are opportunities to represent fellow students on matters related to learning and teaching as part of committees or other teams. If you would like to be involved, please contact Kate Walsh at srdo@flinders.edu.au for more information about what opportunities currently exist.

Students in College of Nursing and Health Sciences can work with their Course Coordinator to improve the learning and teaching experience in their course. Positions are available at all year levels and for all Courses and are generally filled in Semester 1 each year. Positions for 2020 are currently filled.

Each semester, Topic Representatives are recruited in the College of Science and Engineering. Look out for nominations opening in the first weeks of each semester in your tutorials and FLO pages, or contact your Topic or Course Coordinator for more information.

Description

The University DAC is a forum for disability matters which also advises University Executives on access and equity issues. Student representatives perform a vital role on DAC by contributing when decisions that affect them are being made (2-3 positions available).

Who can apply?

Students who identify as having a disability.

Commitment

Until December 2020, including committee meetings and training from FUSA (one 1-hr session).

How to Apply

Full position description here.
Hit apply to lodge your expression of interest.

Description

This program convenes, challenges, and celebrates bold student leadership advancing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals on campus and in communities. As a Millennium Fellow, you will hone skills, take concrete action, and earn a certificate of recognition from United Nations Academic Impact and MCN (Millennium Campus Network).

Read more here

Who can apply?

Students in undergraduate study for 2020, who are at least 18 years old.

Commitment

At least eight in-person sessions from August to December 2020.