Grace Harvey has been elected as the new Life Sciences School President in the recent Dundee University Student Association (DUSA) elections. Grace is currently a second year undergraduate neuroscience student who has served as Vice Principal for level 1 and 2 in Life Sciences. This experience has helped to prepare her for her new role of the school president which is key role in the student representation system. The school president leads the student voice for Life Sciences students and acts as the bridge of communication between the staff, students and DUSA.
Grace said on her election win, “I am so excited to dive headfirst into the role of president and can't wait to bring enthusiasm to the school! I have some big shoes to fill and am dedicated to making Life Sciences the best it can be!”
Grace will be taking over from current President Simran Chopra. Simran said, “As Grace takes over as the new school president, I am sure she will use her experience of VP of Level 1 and 2 to work wonders. Her motivation will ensure she makes necessary changes to keep improving our School and I am excited to see what she has to offer!”
Professor Jenny Woof, Associate Dean, Quality & Academic Standards in the School said, "Warm congratulations to Grace on becoming the new School President, and many thanks to Simran for doing such a great job this year. The teaching staff look forward to working closely with Grace to find ways to further enhance our programmes. We really value the input of the School President, Vice Presidents and all student representatives in helping to ensure that students continue to find our courses rewarding and enjoyable".