Statutory Bodies and Committees

Council/Senate/Students' Union Committee

The Council/Senate/Students' Union Committee is chaired by the Vice-Chancellor and reports to Council and Senate on matters affecting the student experience.

Secretary to the Committee: If you would like further information about the Council/Senate/Students' Union Committee, please contact Mark Pender, ext 5398.

Committee members

Terms of office expire on 31st July in the year stated.

Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell President and Vice-Chancellor, Chair
ex-officio
Professor P Lambert Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching)
ex-officio
Ms A Goodman Member of Council elected by Council
2019
Dr A Nightingale Member of Council elected by Council
2018
Professor C Mitchell Member of Senate elected by Senate
2020
Dr J Troyer Member of Senate elected by Senate
2020
Mr B Davies SU President
2018
Miss C Page SU Education Officer
2018
 TBC Student representative (elected by campus ballot)
2018
 TBC Student representative (elected by campus ballot)
2018
 TBC Student representative (elected by campus ballot)
2018

The following Officers routinely attend meetings of the Committee:

Mr A Payne Director of Student Services  
Mr M Humphriss University Secretary (for relevant business)  
Dr J Harris Director of Academic Registry  
Mr A McLaughlin Chief Executive , Students' Union  

Terms of Reference
 

Approved by Council 16th December 1966; revised by Senate 2nd June 1999 and Council 29th June 2006; revised by Senate 13th February 2008 and Council 28th February 2008.

To discuss and make recommendations to Council and Senate on any matters affecting the student experience and on any other matters referred to it by Council, Senate or the Students' Union.

Procedural Rules

Membership and Appointment of Chair: See above.
Co-options: Council Standing Orders 16(iv) and 16(v).`
Alternates: Council Standing Order 17(iii).
Quorum: One third of the membership (Council Standing Order 16(vi)).
Rules for voting: None specified.
Minutes: Submitted to Council and Senate.

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