Academic Assembly is the statutory body representing academic staff in the governance structure of the University.
The Academic Assembly may discuss and declare an opinion on any matter whatsoever relating to the University, including any matters referred to it by the Senate, and, if it so decides, submit resolutions to the Senate. (Section 22.4 of the Statutes).
Full responsibilities of the committee are detailed in the terms of reference.
|Name||Position||Term of Office|
|Dr J White||Chair||31/07/2021|
|Professor I White||Vice-Chancellor||ex-officio|
|Professor B Morley||Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost||ex-officio|
|Professor J Knight||Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research)||ex-officio|
|Professor J Bradshaw||Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International and Doctoral)||ex-officio|
|Professor P Lambert||Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching||ex-officio|
|Ms K Robinson||University Librarian||ex-officio|
**And all staff in the Education and Research Job Family (Senate minute 12827, 22nd October 2008)
Nominations are now open for members of Academic Assembly to serve on Senate.
Dr Jane White, Chair of Academic Assembly, welcomes your comments via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about Academic Assembly's working group on accountability and transparency.
Dates of meetings and minutes
Please note that the summaries and minutes of meetings of the Academic Assembly published above exclude information which the University has declared will not be routinely published under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Further information about the Act (including the reasons why such information is exempt from publication). If you have any queries about business conducted by the Committee and cannot find reference to it in the summaries/minutes published here, please contact Caroline Harris.