The Executive Committee oversights the work and processes of Academic Board and ensures that Academic Board's work assists UTS to achieve its strategic objectives.
Meeting dates 2017
Tuesday 21 February (Planning meeting)
Tuesday 11 April (Reserve)
Tuesday 9 May
Tuesday 4 July
Tuesday 15 August
Tuesday 26 September
Tuesday 31 October
Time: 12.30pm to 2.30pm
Location: Chancellery, room 4a, level 4, Building 1, Broadway (CB01.04A.26)
Executive Officer (Governance Support)
Tel: 02 9514 1464
Composition and membership
|Chair, Academic Board (as Chair)
||Associate Professor Joanne Gray
|Deputy Chair, Academic Board
||Associate Professor Elizabeth Denney-Wilson
|Chair, Academic Administration Committee
||Associate Professor Peter Meier
|Chair, Courses Accreditation Committee
||Dr Richard Flowers
|Chair, Research and Research Training Committee (or nominee)
||Professor Charles Rice
|Chair, Teaching and Learning Committee
||Dr Robert Jarman
|Chair, Graduate Research School Board
||Professor Lori Lockyer
Terms of reference
- Review the conduct and substance of business conducted by Academic Board, including that of the Board's committees.
- Monitor progress on Academic Board's key focus areas.
- Monitor and advise Academic Board and other relevant parties on the appropriate participation of Academic Board in the review, monitoring and development of the academic matters of the University, including academic policy, strategy, risk and standards.
- Approve the establishment, terms of reference and composition of working groups of Academic Board in order to fulfil its obligations outlined under terms 1–3.
The committee has the power to co-opt members on the basis of their experience as appropriate.
Number of meetings
The Committee shall meet a minimum of four times per year and otherwise as required.
The quorum shall be one–half of the current members of the Committee, if one-half is not a whole number, the next higher whole number shall be used.
Vacant positions on the Committee do not count toward the total membership of which one-half is required to reach a quorum.