Nidzam Shah Hussain
If you're keen on getting involved with the SSU's burgeoning media collective, feel free to get in touch with Tina via email. Alternatively, if all goes well, you can probably catch her at the Hammer and Swine come 2021. Fingers crossed!
Hawthorn Campus Coordinator
Croydon Campus Coordinator
Wantirna Campus Coordinator
He has been studying at Swinburne since 2019, and during his time here has volunteered with the SSU in many events. In his role as Postgraduate Representative, he wants to take a step further to fight for the issues that directly impact postgrads and make their studies enjoyable. Being a Club secretary of Swinburne Punjabi club, Apruv knows how important networking is, and being his top priority, he will seek to organize more networking opportunities along with social events for postgrads, to enhance the student experience.
I want to create more a comprehensive environment for all the students, implement more policies to make the postgraduate community thrives."
First Nations Representative
Health & Accessibility Representative
Sharath has plenty of experience implementing ideas steer the lives of the student society in a positive direction. He has personally lead a college fest, was elected as the General Secretary of the hostel he lived in for two years, and successfully organised events in an NGO he worked for throughout the past 4 years.
During lockdown, Sharath was actively involved in supporting the organisation in his suburb to cater to the needs of the student community.
He is very thrilled for this position and very eager to work together, with you!
Feel free to contact Sharath if you want any more information regarding his plans.
When she's not stressing about assignments in the Latelab, she can usually be found at home playing video games and watching Netflix. Unless it’s Thursday, then you’ll likely find her at YahYahs.
Georgie is a lover of disability advocacy and representation of women, here with an ear and ready to listen.
The SWINE Editors
She believes platforms like the Swine Magazine are so important in providing students the opportunity to get their voices out there – writing about issues that matter to her is really important, and she wants to provide opportunities for students to find and develop their own voice, and gain confidence to do the same.
She’s usually easy to spot, with constantly changing brightly coloured hair (currently a lot more subdued – thanks Covid ☹) and is happy to hear your strongly held opinions about your fave fictional characters, which chocolate bar is best (obviously it’s a toss-up between a Chomp and a Curly Wurly) or exactly how you plan on changing the world.