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Voting: Faculty Board in FEIT — election of an undergraduate student from an engineering program

Election ofone undergraduate student enrolled in an engineering program in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology to the Faculty Board
Term of office one year: 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2018
Electorate

Persons enrolled in courses that are listed in the register of undergraduate engineering award courses of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (minimum duration: one year full-time or equivalent) can vote in this ballot (Rule G3-24(1)(e), UTS General Rules).

Restrictions: Undergraduate students who are also members of academic or professional staff of the University (either continuing or fixed term) are not entitled to vote in this election (Rule G3-24(2)).
Ballot opens Tuesday 5 September 2017
closes Thursday 21 September 2017 at 3pm
Voting VOTE NOW or see how to vote

Candidates in ballot paper order

Candidates' statements

Richard Tong

Hello Fellow Engineers, My name is Richard Tong and I am running for the Faculty Board of FEIT because I believe Engineers deserve a strong voice at UTS. I am currently wrapping up my first year of Software Engineering at UTS. I am passionate about our faculty because I believe that UTS Engineering will produce some of the most innovative ideas and minds in this technological era. However, the engineering facility is not without its faults, with students enrolled before 2015 not receiving honours with their degrees, and with stories of subjects such as E and C having failure rates of 75%. Clearly, change is required for our faculty to deliver the quality education we deserve.

For a strong voice on the board for Engineers Vote [1] Richard Tong!

Dominic Cantrall

I consider education to be the best investment one can make. I take my own quite seriously and want to do my bit to make the UTS FEIT more challenging, relevant, and engaging.

How to vote in an online ballot

  1. Note your candidate choices and preference order
  2. Log in to UTS: Elections Online Polling Booth
  3. Choose the election you wish to vote in
  4. Select the candidates you wish to vote for
  5. Check your vote
  6. When you are ready, choose 'submit' to record your vote.

Conduct

Participants in elections (candidates, their representatives and voters) are expected to follow the same high standard of conduct and behaviour during the campaign process as is expected on campus generally. The behaviour of election candidates and their representatives should meet expected standards of conduct. See Code of Conduct for UTS Elections.

Concerns about security due to election-related conduct should be reported to UTS Security. Phone +61 2 9514 1192, or dial ‘6’ on any UTS phone.

Further information

The schedule for this election has information about the election rules, Returning Officer and Faculty Board.

About voting has information about votes, confidentiality and determining election outcomes.