Year representation 1
Year Representation 1
We are the Year Representatives of ‘22/23 and we are here to make all of your voices heard
and advices listened to throughout the year! To get the hang of each of us and about what
we do, we briefly introduce ourselves.
Hi there! My name is Shawn. I have been living in Groningen for over a year now as I have
spent my gap year here. I am really sociable, open-minded & inclusive. That is why I love
spending time with people and participating in activities and doing sports. If you have any
questions or feedback don’t hesitate to come up to me at uni or contact me or my fellow year
Hi I'm Chloe. I am Greek but I have lived in the Netherlands all my life. I love to paint and I
also play the piano. As a year representative I want to make sure everyone feels heard if
there is something that is bothering them.
My name is Michelangelo, I´m German and enjoy engaging in social activities and doing in
sports, especially Handball. Feel free to approach any of us year reps if there´s anything you
would like to comment on regarding the lectures or practicals.
Hey I‘m Nana, from Germany and a very social and approachable person so please don’t
hesitate to come up to any of us for help or concerns you might have about the courses.
Chances are you are not the only one with your problem and the more people speak up the
better we can voice your concerns! :)
We hope we can help everyone make the most out of their time and studies here at RUG.
Let's make Psychology better together!
Year Representation 1 2022-2023
|Nana Charleen Fitzer (2022)||-|
|Shawn Pallagi (2022)||-|
|Chloe Iris Serbetsoglou (2022)||-|
|Michelangelo Warda (2022)||-|
We value your opinion!
Do you have any complaints, comments or questions about a course? Do you want to express your opinion? Send an e-mail to your year representation!
The English year representation for first year students consists of five students from the same year. The year represantation is co-responsible for the improvement of the quality of the study. They do this by keeping track of how fellow students think about the courses, the lectures, and exams. The year representatives write a report about what students think about a course. They get this information by talking to as many students as possible and keeping their opinion in mind. furthermore deliberate with the program committee, the faculty board, the faculty council and the program director about good and improvable points of the study.