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Get involved in University governance at U of T Scarborough

An effective way to become engaged with the University is through involvement in governance. Not only do Council and Committee members contribute to the advancement of the University's goals and objectives, they have an opportunity to find out a great deal about university issues and processes.

Nominations for elected seats on the Governing Council, UTSC Campus Council and its Committees open on January 5, 2016 at noon and close on Friday, January 15, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. The following seats are available for administrative staff, students (full-time, part-time, and graduate students), and teaching staff in the 2016 elections:


Governing Council

  • - administrative staff (1 seat)
  • - students (8 seats: 4 full-time undergraduate, 2 part-time undergraduate; 2 graduate)

 

UTSC Campus Council

  • - students (up to 4 seats: 2 full-time undergraduate, 1 part-time undergraduate; 1 graduate)
  • - teaching staff (1 seat)

Please note there is one seat for teaching staff members on UTSC Campus Council. No more than one person shall be elected from each department or equivalent unit. As such, teaching staff members from the following departments are ineligible to submit a nomination in the 2016 elections:

  • - Department of Arts, Culture and Media
  • - Centre for Critical Development Studies
  • - Department of Management
  • - Centre for Teaching and Learning

 

UTSC Academic Affairs Committee

  • - students (7 seats: 4 full-time undergraduates, 1 part-time undergraduate, 2 graduate)
  • - teaching staff (5 seats)

Please note there are fifteen seats for Teaching Staff members (one per academic unit). For the 2016 elections, teaching staff from the following 5 departments are eligible to submit a nomination:

  • - Department of Biological Sciences
  • - Department of Human Geography
  • - Department of Philosophy
  • - Department of Psychology
  • - Department of Arts Culture and Media

 

UTSC Campus Affairs Committee

  • - administrative staff (1 seat)
  • - students (6 seats: 4 full-time undergraduates, 1 part-time undergraduate, 1 graduate)
  • - teaching staff (2 seats)

Please note there are two seats for teaching staff members on the UTSC Campus Affairs Committee. No more than one person shall be elected from each department or equivalent unit. As such, teaching staff members from the following departments are ineligible to submit a nomination in the 2016 Elections.

  • - Department of Arts, Culture, and Media (ACM)
  • - Department of English
  • - Department of French and Linguistics
  • - Department of Management
  • - Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences

 

Please consider submitting a nomination if you have an interest in participating in University governance. Nomination forms will be available here as of noon on January 5, 2016.

For more information please contact Amorell Saunders N’Daw, Deputy Returning Officer, by email or by telephone at 416-287-5639.

Headline- Get involved in University governance

An effective way to become engaged with the University is through involvement in governance. Not only do Council and Committee members contribute to the advancement of the University's goals and objectives, they have an opportunity to find out a great deal about university issues and processes.

 

Nominations for elected seats on the Governing Council and the UTSC Campus Council and its Committees open on January 5, 2016 at 12:00 p.m., and close on Friday, January 15, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. In the 2016 Elections the following seats are available for administrative staff, students (full-time, part-time, and graduate students), and teaching staff:

Governing Council

-administrative staff (1 seat)
-students (8 Students (4 full-time undergraduate, 2 part-time undergraduate; 2 graduate))

 

 

UTSC Campus Council

 

-students (Up to 4 Students (2 full-time undergraduate, 1 part-time undergraduate; 1 graduate))

-teaching staff (1 seat)

 

Please note- there is one seat for Teaching Staff members on the UTSC Campus Council. No more than one person shall be elected from each department or equivalent unit. As such, teaching staff members from the following departments are ineligible to submit a nomination in the 2016 Elections.

Department of Arts, Culture and Media

Centre for Critical Development Studies

Department of Management

Centre for Teaching and Learning



UTSC Academic Affairs Committee


-students (7 Students (4 full-time undergraduates, 1 part-time undergraduate, 2 graduate))

-teaching staff (5 seats)

 

Please note- there are fifteen seats for Teaching Staff members (one per academic unit).  For Elections 2016, Teaching Staff from the following 5 departments only are eligible to submit a nomination:

Department of Biological Sciences

Department of Human Geography

Department of Philosophy

Department of Psychology

Department of Arts Culture and Media


UTSC Campus Affairs Committee

 

-administrative staff (1 seat)

-students (6 Students (4 full-time undergraduates, 1 part-time undergraduate, 1 graduate))

-teaching staff (2 seats)

Please note- there are two seats for Teaching Staff members on the UTSC Campus Affairs

Committee. No more than one person shall be elected from each department or equivalent unit. As such, teaching staff members from the following departments are ineligible to submit a nomination in the 2016 Elections.

 

•                Department of Arts, Culture, and Media (ACM)

•                Department of English

•                Department of French and Linguistics

•                Department of Management

•                Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences



 

Please consider submitting a nomination if you have an interest in participating in University governance. Nomination forms will be available as of January 5, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. on the following webpage:
http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/governance/2016-elections

For more information please contact Amorell Saunders N’Daw, Deputy Returning Officer, by email at saunders@utsc.utoronto.ca, or by telephone at 416-287-5639.

 

 

 




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