Tuba studied Nutrition at LJMU and worked closely with JMSU during her time as a student on our student staff team.
In her position as Vice President Academic Quality she will be focusing on improving timetabling at LJMU, ensuring that the university adapts their technology to enhance teaching through recorded lectures, and campaining for increased funding and scholarships for international students.
Tuba has pledged to work on:
- For commuters, parents, carers, students in work or other commitments, I will work to get a timetable that works for you. I will campaign to get exam dates to be released earlier so students you have enough time to organise revision and other commitments.
- Increased use of technology: Technology can greatly enhance education. LJMU risks falling behind in areas such as lecture recording, and I believe that the campaign to introduce lecture recording would proof to be beneficial for all students. I would dedicate myself to supporting this campaign and beginning campaigns for further incorporation of technology and education.
- Champion and Celebrate Diversity: I will campaign for increased funding and more scholarships for international students to come to LJMU and increase the number of social events for international students to create an international network for when they arrive. I will integrate the activities and increase cultural awareness and celebrate racial diversity by holding more events, both culture specific (cultural-balls/dinners) and multicultural.