Concert Band have achieved their Community Stripe!!!
Economics and Finance have achieved their Development Stripe!!!
Concert Band have achieved their Development Stripe!!!
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Flute Choir have achieved their Development Stripe!!!
Concert Band have achieved their Sustainability Stripe!!!
Economics and Finance have achieved their Inclusion Stripe!!!
Symphonia Orchestra achieve their Community Stripe!!!
Creative Writing achieve their Development Stripe!!!
KRAP achieve their Development Stripe!!!
Tea Party achieve their Inclusion Stripe!!!
Quidditch receive their Inclusion Stripe!!!
KUBE achieve their Inclusion Stripe!!!
Nightline achieve their Inclusion Stripe!!!
Fantastic coin collection raises money for national charity
Use your unused computer to power up research
Quidditch receive their Development Stripe!!!
Tea Party receive their Development Stripe!!!
KUBE achieve their Development Stripe!!!
Nightline achieve their Sustainability Stripe!!!
KDADS achieve their Development Stripe!!!
Themed night out at Walkabout Hanley raises £643.42 for Chairty
Volunteer from the comfort of your own home with the RSPCA
Quidditch achieve the full set of 4 Stripes!!!
Keele Women's Hockey get creative in the kitchen for charity
Live stream 24 hour radio broadcast raises hundreds for Nightline!
We started by heading straight to the bus station as we both had bus passes. We were aiming to get to Stoke train station and then get a train to a London airport where we would miraculously receive a ticket to either Australia, Japan or the Moon.
Keele Drama Society host event to raise money for local charity.
Digital disaster relief, spreading the word to people in need
We started the day extremely hungover from Woodstoke, but all managed to make it to the SU by around half 9. Tickle forgot his passport and had to run back to go get it even though we were doubtful of getting anywhere remotely far. At 10 we set off, watching other teams hop in cars for rides or wait at the bus stop with their bus stop. With absolutely zero plan we decided Crewe station was a genius idea, and hoped that the D&G bus would let us on. After a call to the manager, the driver let us o
Keele Boat Club completed 3 fundraisers for charity in Nov/Dec 2014
Preserving History One Page at a Time
Keele Cheerleading have raised an amazing £200 for charity.
Community Dictionary which donates dinners to charity
DRAG DAY causes a stir, raising over £1,617 for charity
Map UK mobility accessibility and give advice to users
Movember total in for 2014-£1296!!!
Successful 2014 event raised £196.40 for Student Minds
Classify Galaxies from your bedroom!
Pole 24Hr Poleathon and Masquerade Ball make hundreds of pounds
Map and record the surface of MARS from your sofa!
Oxfam Soc help fight the Ebola Crisis raising £230.00 for the campaign
Crowdsourcing chemistry game that helps researchers curate Spectra files
Beauty Parlours, Sweet Stalls and Bake Sales raise money for charity
Help youngsters develop their ideas and projects into great volunteering campaigns
ISOC raise thousands for Islamic Relief
Do things you already do, browse the web, play games, complete surveys and make charities money.
Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign by Medical Students raises a HUGE £421.04
Feeding the hungry via a Quiz!
4th November food event raises funds for Donna Louise Trust
£114.60 raised for the Red Cross
A puzzle that contributes to genetic disease research
Alice Charity raise another £70.47 after collection at the SU
Help scientists and researchers come up with RNA Codes
The society raises £1497.51 for Children in Need
£121.41 raised for Cats Protection at their Halloween Charity Event
AU Men's Football triple the RAG Total for 2014/15!
For each answer you get right, we donate 10 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Program.
Second bag pack for Alice Charity is a huge success for the society!
Post a Smile on a Sick Child’s Face
Previously the VP Athletic Union and Sport, the Athletic Union and Sport Officer (AU and Sport) sits on a number of committees and forums within the University and Union, paying specific attention to issues effecting the health and fitness of Keele students.
Previously the VP Finance and Activities, the Activities and Community Officer sits on a number of committees and forums within the University and Union, paying specific attention to issues effecting the student experience at Keele. This includes, but is not limited to, Societies, Volunteering and community engagement.
Succesful days of games and food
Previously the VP Welfare, the Welfare and Internationalisation Officer sits on a number of committees and forums within the University and Union, paying specific attention to issues and producers that effect the Welfare of all students.
Scare for Care- Fancy dress day on Halloween to raise money for Shaftesbury Young People Stoke
The Education Officer sits on a number of committees within the University and Union to ensure effective representation of the student body and to safeguard their academic needs of all foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The Union Development and Democracy Officer represents Keele students on a number of committees and forums within the University and Union – whilst striving to develop KeeleSU and ensure engaging and inclusive democracy.
Results from February 2014 main round of elections.
Results from the May 2015 By-Elections. Electing CAC and President, plus unfilled roles from February 2015.
Results from the 2015 main round of elections. All roles will take post from the 1st July 2015.
Medical Charity have taken active steps this year to create strong bonds with local business and charities.
Street Team has been very active in sharing their project and assisting other universities in setting up similar walking bus schemes across the UK.
Concert Band have worked on a number of projects throughout the year that involved not just other societies at Keele, but also in the Midlands
Keele Symphonia Orchestra host regular concerts that are open to not only Keele Students, but staff and the wider community.
The Quidditch Society has made considerable efforts since the society started to highlight the unique nature of what they do within Keele, locally and nationally.
Medical Charity Society has really taken off this year raising £425.00 at their first social and £1,500.51 at their Take Me Out event.
This year the project has expanded with the society now hosting stalls at the library and chapel to increase their availability.
Pagan and Occult Society have made active steps to developing the society this year by organising practical ritual sessions, craft workshops and every fortnight now meet for socials.
Over the past year, Economics and Finance society have expanded their traditional study skills sessions to include ‘Investment’ and ‘Research’ sessions
To branch out and raise more awareness of Concert Band, the society created a ‘Marching Band’ whilst on tour in Portugal and this has continued ever since
In the first semester of this year Keele Flute Choir made a significant effort to perform and at a number of events including vision week
Malaysian society have been actively involved in the work of KeeleSU by attending UGM’s, Sign up fairs and by sending representatives to the Activities and Sport conference.
Keele Debate and Discussion Society over the past academic year have played an active role in the KeeleSU Democracy process.
Keele Rock Appreciation Posse (KRAP) have planned new events by offering additional opportunities for members to meet before a club night
Nightline have developed their online presence .They have moved away from being reliant on the KeeleSU web server and are now using a private server which better suits the service.
Keele Drama are currently expanding their activities into the local community and working with the New Vic Theatre.
KUBE Radio have worked to provide a full and exciting social schedule to allow new members to meet regularly.
Although a new society, Tea Party has already reviewed the process for their events, refining activities for students to have more time socialising around the activities.
As of this year, Keele Quidditch have taken pro-active steps to work with the sports centre and AU.
Creative Writing has implemented three core changes to enhance the functionality of the society.
This year the society have made active steps to make their society inclusive and open to all students.
Street Team have taken active steps to be more inclusive this year by running recruitment sessions both in the evening and at events such as the Volunteering Fair.
Pagan and Occult have taken active steps this year to make their society more inclusive and welcoming.
As well as an active involvement in this year’s Society Sign Ups, Economics and Finance Society have kept a high level of awareness and tried proactively to recruit new members at other events such as ‘Welcome Festival’.
Concourse play an active part in democracy and other key events and campaigns at KeeleSU. They have created a KeeleSU Elections mini site and have made arrangements to provide significant elections coverage during the elections period.
Keele Debate and Discussion Society have made significant steps to help new members settle in and integrate into their society.
Keele Rock Appreciation Posse (KRAP) have taken steps to help new members settle in by asking members to ‘Adopt a Fresher’ which involves supporting a new member to become more established in the society.
Capoeira played an active role in Keele World Festival by doing demonstrations, discussing the society’s activities and showing Brazilian percussion instruments and video footage to students
Nightline use a “buddy” system to help new volunteers settle in. The buddy is an experienced nightline volunteer who joins the new volunteer on their first set of shifts.
KUBE have taken steps to include freshers and new members into the society, as well as introducing new people to student radio.
Keele Drama Society has taken steps to encourage minority groups to join their society without isolating their current membership by opening up all roles to anyone
The Quidditch Society have created and refined their Welcome Week activities and taken steps to help fresher’s and new members settle in.
As a new society for this academic year, the Tea Party Society has implemented a number of different inclusion activities to help all new members settle in.
The KeeleSU Awards 2013 were held on Tuesday 21st May 2013 with a masquerade theme. These were the first awards that were held following the rebranding of KeeleSU from its previous incarnation, KUSU.
The KeeleSU Awards 2014 were held on Thursday 29th May 2014 with a garden party theme, celebrating excellent achievements of individuals and societies engaged with KeeleSU.