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1.11 Departmental Advisory Boards

Advisory Board of the Centre for Lifelong Learning

The Advisory Board of the Centre for Lifelong Learning is under review.

Advisory Board of the Centre for Education Studies

The Advisory Board of the Centre for Education Studies is under review.

Advisory Board of the Warwick Business School

A Chair, normally a lay member of the Council, appointed by the Council in consultation with the Warwick Business School Mrs A Gunther (Acting)
Dean of the School Professor M. Taylor
The Vice-Chancellor Professor N. Thrift
Chair of the Alumni Executive Mr D. Myers
Up to sixteen members external to the University appointed by the Vice-Chancellor for periods of three years

Mr A. Ambani
Mr P. Ashdown
Dr C. Baker
Mr K. Bedell-Pearce
Dr F. Craig
Mr P. Kehoe
Mr J. Lewis
Mr B. Marshall
Mr D. Shortt
Mr M. Temple
Mr T. Temple
Mrs J. Tozer
Lord Woolmer of Leeds
Mr R. Wright

Up to five members of staff of the University appointed by the Vice-Chancellor for periods of three years To be confirmed


Terms of Reference

a. To offer support, comment, advice and challenge to the Warwick Business School on strategic issues relevant to the present work and future development of the School, to be forwarded, where appropriate, to the Council of the University of Warwick.

b. To submit a report on an annual basis, or more frequently if appropriate, for consideration by the Council, on the Advisory Board's view on the strategic development of the Warwick Business School and its activities.

Membership

a. The Dean of the Warwick Business School and up to two other members of the School appointed by the Council on the School's recommendation

b. The Vice-Chancellor and up to three other members of the University of Warwick appointed by the Council after consultation with the School

c. Up to sixteen other members, representative of industry, commerce, public service, the professions and the trade unions appointed by the Vice-Chancellor after consultation with the Chair and the Dean.

d. The Advisory Board shall be able to invite such other persons to attend its meetings for particular items under discussion as it deems appropriate.

e. The Vice-Chancellor will extend invitations to the proposed external members of the Advisory Board.

f. Appointed members of the Advisory Board will serve for terms normally of three years commencing on 1 October, it being noted that only in exceptional circumstances will service of any appointed member be permitted beyond six years i.e. two terms of three years.

Officers

a. The Advisory Board shall elect a Chair, who shall normally not be an employee of the University of Warwick, for a renewable term of three years.

b. The Dean of the Warwick Business School shall be the Deputy Chair of the Advisory Board.

c. The Advisory Board will be serviced by the Chief Administrative Officer, or the nominee of the Dean, of the Warwick Business School.


Meetings

The Advisory Board will normally meet no more than four times in each academic year.


Arts Centre Board

A Chair, appointed by the Council on the reccommendation of the Board. Mr John Leighfield
Up to six members of the staff of the University appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Board for periods of three years

Professor Oliver Bennett
Mr Richard Perkins

At least six members external to the University, drawn from commerce, industry, the arts or public sectors, appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Board for periods of three years

Mr Roger Cadbury (2014)
Ms Sarah Gee (2016)
Ms Linda Holmes
Dr Ian Nussey
Ms Kate Organ
Mrs Christine Lockwood (2016)

The Director of the Arts Centre Mr Alan Rivett
In Attendance:  
The Registrar and Chief Operating Officer Mr Ken Sloan
The Director of Development and External Affairs Mr Ian Rowley
The Director of IT and Campus Services Mr Mike Roberts
Head of Programme and Audiences, Warwick Arts Centre Mr Matthew Burman
Director of Operations and Planning, Warwick Arts Centre Ms Andrea Pulford
An Observer from the Arts Council England Ms R. Griffin
Students' Union Societies Officer Mr Anthony Scott


Terms of Reference

a. To maintain broad oversight of the strategic development of the Arts Centre and to approve the Arts Centre Financial Plan on the recommendation of the Director for consideration by the Commercial and Commercial Services Group.

b. To provide an annual report for the consideration of the Council, through the Vice-Chancellor, on the operation and performance of the Arts Centre, and the full range of its activities, against strategic objectives.

c. To provide support, counsel and expertise to the Director of the Arts Centre on matters of strategic direction relevant to the present work and future development of the Arts Centre and its programming.

d. To strengthen the Arts Centre's strategic position in developing funding opportunities.

e. To contribute to the strengthening of the Arts Centre's links with local, regional, national and international organisations.

f. To promote the Art Centre and its activities externally, with the objective of establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the Arts Centre and the wider community in its broadest sense, and in particular with other arts organisations and corporations supportive of the arts.

g. To advise the University about the post of Director of the Arts Centre and to participate in the appointment process when a vacancy occurs.

Membership

a. A Chair, appointed by the Council on the reccommendation of the Board.

b. Up to six members of the staff of the University appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Board for periods of three years.

c. At least six members external to the University, drawn from commerce, industry, the arts or public sector, appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Board for periods of three years.

d. The Director of the Arts Centre.

Meetings

The Board will normally meet three times in each academic year.


Warwick Sport Board

The operation of the Warwick Sport Board has been suspended until further notice.

Terms of Reference

a. To offer strategic direction in the development of sporting facilities, programmes and support services.

b. To ensure effective management of sport with Warwick Sport.

c. To recommend to the relevant University and Union bodies any proposed amendments to funding arrangements, charges and structure of Warwick Sport.

d. To develop a cohesive image of sport at Warwick.

e. To annually review the Warwick Sport Strategic Plan, which details how the Aims at Warwick Sport are to be achieved and implemented.

f. To encourage a sporting community to which all individuals may contribute without fear of discriminatory attitudes or practices.

g. To ensure that the budget management of Warwick Sport operates within the rules and procedures of the University.

h. To ensure interpretations of the Constitution are always made in the spirit of the Consitution.

i. To approve any amendments to the Terms of Agreement between Warwick Sport, The Department of Physical Education and Sport, the University and the Students' Union.

j. To approve the 5 year plan prior to submission to the Finance Office and associated budget.

k. To instigate the appeals procedures when requested to by the Management Group.

l. To set and monitor Key Performance indicators.

Membership

a. Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University

b. The Registrar (or nominee)

c. The Director of the Department of Physical Education and Sport

d. The Deputy Director of the Department of Physical Education and Sport

e. The Sports Officer of the Students' Union

f. The President of the Students' Union

g. The Chair of the Student Sports Committee of the Students' Union

h. A senior member of the Students' Union Management Team

i. A 4th student representative nominated by the Students' Union

j. Two members of University Staff, one of whom must be non-academic

k. An International student representative (Non-voting)

Meetings

The Board will normally meet three times in each academic year.