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          Academic Board

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          Parent body

          Council

          Purpose

          Academic Board is the principal academic authority within the College committee system.

          It is responsible for overseeing all academic and research business at the College, and providing assurance to Council that the College is striving for and maintaining the highest provision.

          Academic Board is made up of representatives from all stakeholders across the College and is chaired by the Warden.

          The Board has 11 sub-committees to which it delegates various areas of its responsibilities for focused scrutiny, support and action.

          Terms of Reference

          The Academic Board has no single Terms of Reference document. Its Terms of Reference are derived from a collection of statements in the Charter, the Statutes and the Ordinances, the provisions of which are brought together below for convenience:

          The role of Academic Board is defined in general terms by the Charter (Paragraph 7):

          7. There shall be an Academic Board of the College (hereinafter referred to as "the Academic Board") which, subject to the powers of the Council as provided in this Our Charter and the Statutes and to the Statutes and Regulations of the University, shall be responsible for the academic work of the College in teaching, examining and research.

          The powers of Council as defined in the Charter & Statutes (Statute 4) make other more detailed references relevant to the position of Academic Board. In particular, "before determining any question or taking any decision on the allocation of resources which the Council considers to affect the academic policy of the College, the Council shall seek the advice of the Academic Board."

          The Statutes also contain the following requirements specifically in relation to the Academic Board:

          Academic Board: Composition & Membership 2019-20

          Note: The Composition (Constitution) of Academic Board is defined in the Statutes (Statute 6), and may therefore only be changed with the permission of the Privy Council, acting on a recommendation from the College Council. Some details of the Statutory provisions follow the list of members below.

          In the membership list, expiries of terms of office are 31 August in the year mentioned, unless explicitly stated otherwise.

          Statute 6 also provides for the following:

          The Academic Board shall have the power to co-opt up to two appropriately qualified persons for such period as it shall determine, except that such members shall not remain co-opted members for a seventh consecutive year.

          Class 1 and Class 2 members of the Academic Board shall remain members for so long as they hold the relevant office.

          Class 3 members shall hold office according to the Standing Orders of the College, subject to any specific arrangements prescribed for Academic Board by Ordinance.

          Class 4 members shall remain members for a period of one year but shall be eligible for re-election for a further period.

          Elected members of the Academic Board including student members shall cease to be members of the Board if they cease to be eligible in the categories in which they were elected. A student member shall vacate office immediately upon ceasing to be a student.

          Casual vacancies shall be filled in accordance with the provisions of the Standing Orders of the College, subject to any specific arrangements prescribed for Academic Board by Ordinance.

          Powers of the Academic Board

          1. The Academic Board shall be the body responsible for the academic work of the College in teaching, in examining and in research, excluding matters relating to the allocation of resources.
          2. The powers of the Academic Board shall be prescribed by the Ordinances.

          Meetings of the Academic Board

          1. The Academic Board shall meet not less than once in each term.
          2. The quorum for a meeting of Academic Board shall be twenty, or such larger number as the Council may from time to time prescribe.

          As indicated by the quotation from Statute 7 above, the main statement of the Powers of Academic Board is found in Ordinances. The relevant Ordinances are 4-5.

          Members

          Class 1: ex officio members

          CompositionMembership
          Chair: Warden Professor Frances Corner
          Deputy Chair: Pro-Warden (Learning, Teaching and Enhancement) Professor Elisabeth Hill
          Pro-Warden (Research & Enterprise) Professor David Oswell
          Pro-Warden (International) Professor Mark d'Inverno
          Pro-Warden Vacancy
          Students' Union President Mr Joe Leam

          Class 2

          Heads of Department

          CompositionMembership
          Anthropology Professor Cris Shore (to 2021) 
          Art Professor Richard Noble (to 2021) 
          Computing Professor Robert Zimmer (to 2021)
          Design Professor Mike Waller (to 2021)
          Educational Studies Ms Maggie Pitfield (to 2020)  
          English and Comparative Literature Professor Frank Krause (to 2021) 
          History Dr John Price (to 2020) 
          Law Professor Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos (to 2022) 
          Media, Communications and Cultural Studies Professor Joanna Zylinska (to 2020) 
          Music Dr Stephen Graham (to 2021)
          Politics and International Relations Professor Jasna Dragovic Soso (to 2020)
          Psychology Professor Michael Banissy (to 2022)
          Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies Mr Kevin Jones (to 2021)
          Sociology Professor Daniel Neyland (to 2022)
          Theatre and Performance Dr Ben Levitas (to 2022)
          Visual Cultures Dr Wood Roberdeau (to 2022)

          Heads of Academic Areas

          CompositionMembership
          Head of English Language Centre Mr Conrad Heyns
          Head of Academic Skills Centre Vacancy
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          Mr Gerald Lidstone
          Director of the Institute of Management Studies Dr Jo Lloyd
          Director of the Confucius Institute for Dance and Performance Ms Annie (Aiping) Guo

          Class 3: Elected members other than students

          One member of the Academic Staff elected by the Academic Staff from each Academic Department or Area.

          Academic Departments

          CompositionMembership
          Anthropology Dr Henrike Donner (to 2020)
          Art Professor Michael Archer (to 2020)
          Computing Dr Rodger Kibble (to 2020)
          Design Mr Steve Keirl (to 2021 eot)
          Educational Studies Ms Alison Griffiths (to 2022) 
          English and Comparative Literature Dr Padraig Kirwan (to 2020 eot)
          History Dr Rebekah Lee (to 2022)
          Law Dr Dagmar Myslinska (to 2022) 
          Media, Communications and Cultural Studies Dr Clea Bourne (to 2022)
          Music Dr Iris Garrelfs (to 2021)
          Politics and International Relations Professor Rajyashree Pandey (to 2020)
          Psychology Professor Lauren Stewart (to 2022)
          Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies Dr Naomi Thompson (to 2021)
          Sociology Dr Martin Savranksy (to 2022)
          Theatre and Performance Professor Anna Furse (to 2020)
          Visual Cultures Dr Ayehsa Hameed (to 2022)

          Heads of Academic Areas

          CompositionMembership
          English Language Centre Mr Timothy Chapman (to 2022)
          Academic Skills Centre Ms Sara Ewing (to 2021)
          Institute of Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship Mr Adrian De La Court (to 2021 eot)
          Institute of Management Studies Dr Ragupathy Venkatachalam (to 2022 eot)
          Confucius Institute for Dance and Performance Ms Wei Jin (to 2020)

          Class 4: Student Members

          By Statute, no more than three students may be elected to Academic Board, provided that the student membership at no time exceeds one-tenth of the total membership of Academic Board. By agreement with the Students' Union, the student places are currently filled as follows:

          CompositionMembership
          One member of the Student Assembly, elected by the assembly Mr Kierin Offlands
          One sabbatical officer of the Students' Union elected by the Student Assembly Ms Lauren Corelli
          One officer of the Students' Union with a portfolio including postgraduate student matters, elected by the Student Assembly To be determined

          Class 5: Specified Postholders

          The holders of up to four specified posts to be designated by the Council for this purpose from time to time.

          • Dean of the Graduate School - Professor Alan Pickering (to 2020)
          • Academic Director of International Development and Academic Partnerships - Dr Tara Page (to 2022)
          • Academic Director of the Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre - Dr Debbie Custance (to 2020)

          Secretary: Mrs Cathryn Thompson

          In Attendance

          CompositionMembership
          Director of Research, Innovation and Knowledge Ms Vivienne Hurley
          Director of Finance Mr Ian Pleace 
          Registrar and Secretary Ms Helen Watson 
          Director of Student Experience and Academic Registrar Ms Louisa Green 
          Director of Governance and Legal Services Mr Matthew Brooks 
          Head of Secretariat Ms Sally Priddle 
          Director of Library Services Mr Leo Appleton 
          Director of Communications and Public Affairs Mr Tom Morgan (interim)
          Director of Human Resources Ms Carol Ford 
          Associate Director (Student Administration) Vacancy 
          School Administrator Ms Amanda Cater 
          School Administrator Ms Rhian Douglas 
          School Administrator Mrs Wendy McDonald 

          Terms of office on committees are for three years, renewable for three further years. If the letters "eot" appear against a person's name in a membership listing, this indicates that he or she will reach the maximum term as a member of the body concerned on 31 August in the year specified.

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