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Students' Question Time 2019

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Students' Question Time 2019

Date: Monday 28 January 2019
Time: 6.00 - 7.00pm
Room: OC0.03

Following our annual Warwick Question Time event in October 2018, we invite you to join us for a debate on current affairs with our student panel from the Departments of Economics and PAIS at this year's Students' Question Time 2019.

This year's chair

Tatiana Coutto

Tatiana Coutto is a Teaching Fellow (European Studies) and Course Director for Politics, International Studies and Modern Languages

Her research interests include International Relations, Institutional Analysis, EU Politics and Policy-making (in particular environment, security and culture) and Brazilian Foreign Policy. She is also interested qualitative comparative research and the use of interviews and archive research as methods of data collection.

This year's panelists

Daniel Henein – Undergraduate Year 1, Economics

My name is Daniel but I am better known as Danny and I am a first-year Economics undergraduate who holds a special interest in Macroeconomics and Statistics. I have always been motivated to explore opportunities which enable me to freely express myself, contribute to society and also listen to alternative viewpoints about how others perceive certain events in the world. I am therefore very excited to be a member of the Students’ Question Time Panel for 2019, where I look forward to sharing my thoughts and opinions on current affairs as well as understanding how the other panelists interpret the same topics. I am an Arsenal fan who enjoys watching and playing football as well as engaging in a range of other activities such as playing Table Tennis, playing Chess and reading books and articles.

Shreya Thummar – Undergraduate Year 2, EPAIS

My name is Shreya Thummar, and I'm a second year EPAIS student. My primary interests in this field are Development Economics and Political Economy, especially reading about the intriguing impact of macroeconomic matters on various stakeholders. On campus I am involved with Warwick in Africa, the Finance Society, and write for The Boar. Apart from that I spend my time sipping coffee, checking out different restaurants and binging on Netflix. I look forward to joining the panel!

Remi Trevo – Undergraduate Year 1, PAIS

My name is Remi Trovo. I am 19 years old and I am a first-year undergraduate of Politics and International Studies here at Warwick. I joined the panel for three reasons. Firstly, because I really enjoy public speaking, debating and discussing ideas. Secondly, because I am very interested in current affairs and thirdly; because it gives me an opportunity to represent people in both my year and in the PAIS department in the discussion. In my free time, I enjoy running and taking part in various drama productions. I am looking forward to a lively and productive debate.

Ellen Humphreys – Undergraduate Year 3, PAIS

Hi, I am Ellen, I am a final year student in the PAIS department, I completed an integrated exchange in Hong Kong last year. I am particularly interested in East Asian International Relations and my dissertation explores the politics of Blockchain. I am joining the panel as I am really interested in the topics covered and enjoy a debate. Outside of academia, I really enjoy travelling, reading and art.

Please note that photography and video recording will be taking place during the event.

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Please come and watch the debate. All welcome.

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*For first year economics students, attendance at this event will give you 10 credits towards your Personal Development Module. Please note that you must stay for the full event in order to receive these credits.