PhD Student Representatives and Elections

PhD students are represented on the Council of the Doctoral College, the Councils of the Doctoral Schools, the Councils of the Research Poles as well as on the Board of Directors and the Academic Council of the Université Grenoble Alpes.

All registered PhD students can take part in the vote and stand as a candidate. The lists of candidates are drawn up with a view to the objective of balanced representation between men and women. A substitute is elected under the same conditions as the titular representatives.

Elected representatives to the Doctoral College Council

The election of PhD student representatives to the Doctoral College Council took place March 16-18, 2021.

The elected representatives and substitutes are:
 
Liste "Doctorant·es CGT 
pour une université publique et émancipatrice"
Titular Representatives
  • MESPLE Florie
  • OCCELLO Olivier
  • GIOIA Emma
  • FAISANT Loïs
  • POPRAVKA Lencka
  • BEAUFORT Cyprien
Substitutes
  • KELLOUAI Wanda
  • JOURDAIN Vincent
  • LENEVELER Lison
  • SARTORE Lohan

Elected representatives on the Board of Directors and the Research Commission of the Academic Council of the Université Grenoble Alpes

The election of PhD student representatives to the Board of Directors and the Academic Council of Université Grenoble Alpes took place on December 10, 2019.

Following this election, the PhD student representatives (1 seat) elected to the Board of Directors of Université Grenoble Alpes are :
 
  • Titular representatives:
    • Wanda KELLOUAI
  • Substitutes:
    • Cyprien BEAUFORT

À l'issue de ce scrutin, les représentants doctorants (6 sièges) élus à la Commission Recherche du Conseil Académique de l'Université Grenoble Alpes sont :

Titular representatives:
  • Clémence DUPUIS
  • Vincent FAGNON
  • Auguste OLIVRY
  • Christophe PONCET
  • Oriane SULPICE
  • Nour ZEAITER
Substitutes:
  • David BASLE
  • Ulysse COUTAUD
  • Julie MARTIN
  • Lou MORRIET
  • Christophe PONCET
  • Lencka POPRAVKA
  • Boubakr RAHMANI
Published on  January 27, 2021
Updated onMarch 23, 2021