Article 25′s Student Chapters raise awareness amongst students of the role of design skills in the international development sector. At universities up and down the country, the Chapters are led by students who want to engage with this humanitarian challenge.
Today’s students are tomorrow’s professionals, and with around 700 members nationwide, Article 25 Student Chapters are an opportunity to create lasting networks, broadening students professional outlook and opportunities.
- Raise awareness of the role of built environment skills in international development and disaster response.
- Inspire and support academic research addressing this humanitarian challenge.
- Gain valuable connections and develop networks both within their universities and with professionals.
- Raise funds to support Article 25′s live projects in developing countries.
The Chapters are run by student representatives who organise their own events – be it jumping out of airplanes to raise funds or running a lecture series to spread the word among their fellow students. For more information on Student Chapters please download our Student Chapter Handbook 2010-11.
To set up a Student Chapter: Challenge your profession, enthuse your tutors, enhance your portfolio and contribute your skills to this exciting field.
To join an existing Student Chapter: contact the chapters by clicking below.
Birmingham City University – President: Angharad Williams
Cardiff University – President: Katharine Edwards
University of Edinburgh – President: Philip Galway-Witham
University of Greenwich – President: Ahammed Hussain
University of Huddersfield – President: Steve Boyall
University of Lincoln – President: Jason Johnson
University of Liverpool – President: Dan Brookfield
University of Manchester & MMU – President: Damien Woolliscroft
University of Nottingham – President: Clara Bagenal George
University of Sheffield – President: Bryony Spottiswoode
University of Westminster – Co-Presidents: Preet Pansar & Georgie Day
Writtle College, University of Essex – President: Heather Ann Carol Hall