Errol is a Bioengineering PhD student from Swinburne University of Technology and National President of CAPA for 2021. His research is in Aerosol Jet Bioprinting for bioengineering and biomedical engineering applications.
His student representation experience stems from HDR and research funding policies. However, he has his eyes set on addressing the quality of education coursework students and universities in 2021.
He has a strong belief that universities should be about engaging in meaningful debate and discussion to develop new ideas and independent thinking, through critical thinking and problem-solving.
Prior to 2021, he was the HDR representative at the Swinburne Student Union in 2019. In 2020 he was CAPA’s Policy & Research Advisor and filled in for Vice-President and General Secretary for the 2nd half of 2020.
Saira Khan is currently studying a Master of Urban and Environmental Planning at Griffith University. She is a Board member with the Griffith University Postgraduate Students Association (GUPSA), where she currently holds the role of Carers Officer. She has previously served as GUPSA’s Board Chair and Coursework Officer.
Saira is currently the CAPA General Secretary. She has previously served as CAPA’s Board Chair and Northern Branch Manager.
Saira looks forward to continuing to work with CAPA’s National Representative Committee and Board to ensure the sustainable and sound management of CAPA’s administrative and financial obligations.