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College & Faculty Committees

Student representatives on faculty or college committees ensure that students’ experiences, issues, solutions and ideas are heard in order to shape the work of that committee. They work with academic associations, academic representatives and KCLSU to effectively represent the communities they belong to whilst on the committee.

All Student Reps at King’s work collaboratively across the institution to learn from one another and to improve the experience of all students in the university by representing and advocating for the needs of their peers.

A full role description can be found here.

Currently, students sit on Academic Board, Digital Education Students' Committee and the Arts & Humanities Diversity & Inclusion Committee.

1. Academic Board
The Academic Board is one of the highest decision making bodies in the unverisity and is responsible for decisions on educational delivery relating to teaching, examination and research.

There are 4 positions available, which you can nominate yourself for here and nominations close at 10:00 on Monday 8 October 2018.

The positions are:
Academic Board - Undergraduate Arts & Sciences Representative
Academic Board - Postgraduate Arts & Sciences Representative
Academic Board - Undergraduate Health Representative
Academic Board - Postgraduate Arts & Sciences Representative

Arts & Sciences positions include students of the following faculties: Arts & Humanities, King's Business School, Law, Natural & Mathematical Sciences and Social Science & Public Policy.

Health positions include students from Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry & Neuroscience (IoPPN), Life Sciences & Medicine and Nursing & Midwifery.

For more information on the responsibilities of the Academic Board click here.

 

2. Digital Education Student Committee (DESC)

This is a new opportunity to join the Digital Education Student Committee, which is an advisory group which ensures that students' voices are represented within the King's Digital Education community and governance structure.The role of a Digital Education Committee member is important because it enables students to contribute towards shaping and improving the student digital experience. It is a voluntary position and is open to all students to apply.
 

The role of the Committee Member:

To take part in formal and informal meetings;

Collate information and provide feedback, ideas and recommendations from a student perspective;

Present constructive feedback and ideas to staff and support them towards the strategic direction of King's;

Suggest, organise and lead digital education initiatives among students;

Contribute to the digital education blog and newsletter;

Attend trainings and engage in continuous development opportunities.

Frequency: The group meets once every 6 weeks

For more information check the Terms of Reference and apply here.

 

3. Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Committee in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities