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The Computing Science Student
Staff Feedback Committee

What does the committee do?

The Student Staff Feedback Committee meets twice per semester and exists to allow students to provide feedback for their Computing Science course. The committee is chaired by a student, who has been elected by the committee.

The committee is made up of students (who are course representatives) and staff from the division.

Committee meetings are informal, and normally take place in the Cottrell Building in room 4B96.

Meetings are typically short (less than 1 hour).

What is a course representative?

Each course run by the division has at least one representative (by course we mean each module). Course reps attend the committee meetings, twice per semester.

What does a course rep do?

A course representative sits on the committee (i.e. attends the committee meetings twice per semester). The role of a course rep is to provide feedback about a course run by the division. To do this, a course rep must ask for feedback from students on their course and then relay this information to the committee during the meetings. It is an easy job; a course rep typically chats to fellow students on the course and sends an email to the class asking for comments. Then, the rep attends the committee meetings and informs the committee of their comments. Even if there is no feedback for a course, a course rep still attends the meetings - even if just to keep updated with the other courses.

How can I contact my course rep?

You can find a comprehensive list of all course representatives at the bottom of this page, complete with their contact details.

How do I become a course representative?

To volunteer to be a class rep you should sign up on the module administration section on Succeed, if no one volunteers the lecturer may ask in a lecture. There is usually one rep per 50 students on the course, so for bigger courses there is normally more than one rep (i.e. first year courses).

Why should I bother becoming a course rep?

There are many advantages to becoming a rep;

What support is offered to me?

Stirling Students' Union provides a training session to all course representatives should they choose to attend. For representatives that attend these sessions, the University has agreed to add the course representative role to their academic transcripts. More information is avaliable on the Stirling Students' Union website

Next Meeting

Committee Chair: Stephanie Massie
Committee Secretary: Mark Sharpe
Date: TBC
Room: 4B96
Time: TBC


Course Reps - Autumn 2018

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