Posted on 07/08/2012
The College Council is the governing body of Royal Holloway. The Council is responsible for enabling the College to develop and achieve its mission, and overseeing the College’s activities, ensuring that it is done consistently with the Royal Holloway and Bedford New College Act and College Statutes and with the statutes, regulations and ordinances of the University of London. Council members devote a considerable amount of their own time to the College. Much of this is devoted to governance activities but they also help to promote the interests of the College, building networks and encouraging supporters.
Further details on the Council can be found on the Royal Holloway Website
There is currently a vacancy for one Elected Staff member on the Council as follows:
Member of Staff not in the Academic Teaching Staff
This vacancy, which is for a member elected from among their own number by the non academic teaching staff, arises with the expiry of Hollie White’s first term of office on 30 September 2012. Miss White was elected in November 2011 to fill a casual vacancy created by the resignation of Dr Emmett Sullivan during his term of office. Miss White is eligible to stand for re-election.
The term of office of the successful candidate will be from 1 October 2012 to 30 September 2015.
As defined in the College Regulations
“ The academic teaching staff’ means all persons holding appointments of Professor, Reader, Senior Lecturer, or Lecturer at the College”
Any staff not included in this category are eligible to stand and vote as members of staff not in the academic teaching staff
If you are interested in serving on the Council, or would like to nominate a colleague, please refer to the online documentation at the message link below for guidance. You must send your nominations, in writing, on the appropriate nomination form, to the College Secretary’s Office.
All nominations must include the names of a proposer and a seconder, and the nominee’s consent, together with a 150 word (maximum) statement about the candidate.
All nominations must be received by the College Secretary’s Office (FE28) no later than midday on Monday 10 September 2012.
If more than one nomination is received an election will be held. The timetable for the elections will be:
Monday 10 September 2012 (midday): Closing date for the return of nominations
Friday 14 September 2012: Voting papers issued
Thursday 27 September 2012 (midday): Closing date for return of voting papers
Friday 28 September 2012: Votes counted
Monday 1 October 2012: Result declared
Simon Higman, Registrar and Secretary