Committee on the office of Vice-Chancellor
Responsible for making recommendations to Council and Senate on the appointment of the Vice-Chancellor of the University.
The Committee is responsible for making recommendations to Council and Senate on the appointment of the Vice-Chancellor of the university.
Term of office expire on 31st July in the year stated.
|Name||Position||Term of Office|
|His Royal Highness The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex KG GCVO||Chancellor||ex-officio|
|Mr T Sheppard||Chair of Council||ex-officio|
|Mr R Whorrod||Member of Council elected by Council||2018|
|Mr P Troughton||Member of Council elected by Counicl||2020|
|Professor J Davenport||Member of Senate elected by Senate||2019|
|Professor B Morley||Member of Senate elected by Senate||2020|
|Professor J Knight||Member of Senate elected by Senate||2018|
The following have been invited by the Chancellor, after consultation with the committee and with members of Council, to participate in meetings of the committee as part of the process of recruiting a new Vice-Chancellor in 2018:
|Professor Julia Buckingham||Vice-Chancellor of Brunel University|
|Professer Veronica Hope Hailey||Dean of School of Management|
|Ms Jane Loveys||Director of Accommodation and Hospitality|
|Mrs Mandy Wilson Garner||Deputy Chief Executive, Students' Union|
The following officers routinely attend meetings of the committee:-
|Richard Brooks||Director of Human Resources|
The Committee will be convened as required.
The minutes and summaries of meetings of the Office of Vice-Chancellor Committee are not published here because they contain 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 the business conducted by the Committee, please contact Mark Humphriss.
Terms of Reference
- Appointment of Chair: Appointed by the Chancellor.
- Co-option: See Council Standing Orders 16(iv) and 16(v).
- Alternates: See Council Standing Order 17(iii) and 17(iv).
- Quorum: One third of the membership (Council Standing Order 16(vi)).
- Rules for voting: None specified.
- Minutes: Submitted to Council and Senate.
Approved by Privy Council in 1966, Revised in 2009.
In accordance with Section 5.1 of the Statutes, the successors to the first Vice-Chancellor shall be appointed by the Council after consideration of a report from a Joint Committee consisting of the Chancellor, Chair of Council and two other members of the Council and three members of the Senate; the Chair shall be appointed by the Chancellor.