Your Full-time Officers


These are your four Full-time Officers, elected in March and working summer to summer. They are either taking time out of our studies or have finished their degrees to lead your Students’ Union, implement new ideas, support student-led activities, and represent your voice with the University at every level.

Click on the photo of the GSU Officer to find out more about them, their Officer Remits and Campaigns. 

 

 

Officers updates

I stay #CovidConcious because...

Wed 08 Sep 2021

students with face masks and distancing

Your GSU Officers have launched their new campaign to highlight how students are keeping each other safe by being #CovidConscious

 
Statement of solidarity for the people of Afghanistan from the GSU Officer Team 2021/22

Thu 19 Aug 2021

Four GSU officers with text overlay

Your Greenwich Students’ Union (GSU) Officers have written a statement in response to the current crisis in Afghanistan, urging members of the community and the UK to be welcoming of refugees.

 
NSS 2021 Statement from your GSU President

Wed 28 Jul 2021

Aatika with the nss logo and title of article

GSU President Aatika Ayoub comments on the recent results of the 2021 National Student Survey. This comes after the announcement of where Greenwich Students' Union has placed.

 
 

 

Officer campaigns

Discover some of the key campaigns run by your GSU officers.

#GreenwichCares

Show that #GreenwichCares by following the current COVID-19 guidance on campus. Much of this is outlined by the government, so bring a face mask, use the hand sanitiser provided and give each other space. 

Share your photos with your face mask #GreenwichCares.

 

This is where I study

Zoë's campaign This is where I study highlights that whilst we are studying from home, not all of us have a perfectly instagrammable bedroom. Let's not be afraid to show 'This is where I study'. Take a picture of where you study and share it with Zoë on Instagram with the caption 'This is where I study'.

Decolonising the curriculum

"For us decolonisation means acknowledging structural issues that act as barriers to some students achieving their version of success, accessing opportunities, and being able to fully engage with University. We feel it is necessary to work to remove these barriers at Greenwich to ensure every student feels they can achieve what they set out to, and to ensure that once we graduate we can consider how to be more inclusive in our work." - GSU Officers