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Photo of Fflur looking into the camera, smilingHi I’m Fflur and you elected me to be your Welfare and Internationalisation Officer. My job is to ensure that students across all disciplines and levels of study feel that they are included and that they have a positive experience of their time here at Keele. This includes sitting on panels, running
campaigns, and emphasise accessibility and inclusivity as well as deal with any problems the student body might experience personally and they need support and guidance.

I started my Keele career in 2013 by studying an undergraduate in music, specializing in classical opera vocal performance, then progressed on to a masters in Global Media and Culture, where I’m creating a cultural documentary as a part of my thesis. I’ve been involved with a number of societies (KRAP, Keele voices, Harry Potter, Welsh Society and Pole Dancing) and holding various committee positions, for example, open portfolio, social secretary and public relations officer and I was awarded a lifetime membership from KRAP for my work with them over the years. When I have time on my hands I love everything to do with music, cooking, climbing and making my own clothes.

 

Talk to me about:

  • Mental health campaigns and concerns
  • International Student Inclusivity and Diversity
  • Accessibility needs and allyship

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Want to find out more about my plans this year?

Fri 13 Mar 2020

My report for the March UGM!

Accessibility and invisible illness update: I am currently undertaking an accessibility project where i am looking into a number of...
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Wed 29 Jan 2020

My report for the UGM!

What’s happened so far. Accessability. I have organised meetings with student services and DDS regarding an overall analysis...
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Fri 06 Dec 2019

My report for AGM!

Climate justice. Action points - what i’ve done. We provided transport for students attending the climate strikes on the...
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