- To review proposals and discussion papers and to make recommendations to the Academic/Divisional Board, Heads of School, Deans, Directors, and the Pro-Vice-Chancellor on academic policies and on academic strategic developments;
- To oversee the strategic development of undergraduate degrees within the Division and to exercise particular oversight of the Bachelor of Arts degree.
- To make recommendations to the Academic/Divisional Board on specific proposals for curriculum development;
- To review and make responses or recommendations to appropriate bodies on academic matters referred to the Division for comment.
- The Associate Dean (Academic), Convenor (ex officio)
- The Pro-Vice-Chancellor (ex officio)
- One representative from: Geography, Performing Arts, The College of Education, Faculty of Law, and Te Tumu, and two representatives from School of Arts, and School of Social Sciences*
- Two representatives from OUSA
- The committee may co-opt additional members
Normally, members serve for three years and two are replaced each year.
Administrative support and advice is provided by the embedded Specialist, Academic Committees and Services.
*Membership will reflect a balance between genders, disciplines, and appointment levels. Where necessary, co-option will be used to achieve such balance. Membership of the committee will be regarded as significant service to the Division.
|Academic Committee meeting dates
(Thursdays at 9:00am)
|Deadlines for agenda item submissions|
|3 February||Monday 24 January|
|3 March||Monday 21 February|
|31 March (April meeting)||Monday 21 March|
|5 May||Friday 22 April (due to ANZAC day)|
|9 June||Monday 30 May|
|7 July||Monday 27 June|
|11 August||Monday 1 August|
|8 September||Monday 29 August|
|6 October||Monday 26 September|
|10 November||Monday 31 October|
- Professor Simone Marshall (Associate Dean Academic – Convenor)
- Dr Arlene Allan (Arts)
- Dr Anne Begg (Social Sciences)
- Dr Jennifer Cattermole (Performing Arts)
- Dr Sean Connelly (Geography)
- Associate Professor Marcelo Rodriguez Ferrere (Law)
- Dr Michael Gaffney (Education)
- Professor Ian Barber (Social Sciences)
- Caitlin Hancy (OUSA)
- Dr Erica Newman (Te Tumu)
- Dr Sin Wen Lau (Arts)