Academic Board By Election - Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Education academic representative

Academic Board membership includes an elected member of Academic Staff from each Faculty (excluding the Dean and Heads of School/Centre who have separate representation). This byelection is being held due to the resignation of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Education elected representative. In line with the University’s Articles of Association, the Academic Board is responsible: • subject to the requirements of validating and accrediting bodies, for general issues relating to the research, scholarship, teaching and courses at the University, including: o criteria for the admission of students; o the appointment and removal of internal and external examiners; o policies and procedures for assessment and examination of the academic performance of students; o the content of the curriculum; o academic standards and the validation and review of courses; o the procedures for the award of qualifications and honorary academic titles o the procedure for the suspension or expulsion of students for academic reasons. • for considering the development of the academic activities of the University and the resources needed to support them and advising the Vice Chancellor and Principal and the Governing Body thereon; and • for advising on such other matters as the Governing Body or the Vice Chancellor and Principal may refer to the Academic Board. The Academic Board may establish such committees as it considers necessary for purposes enabling it to carry out its responsibilities.

1 post is up for election.

The polls have closed.

Post List
Read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.