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Membership 2022/23

The Vice-Provost and Chair of the Faculty of Arts

Professor Rachel Moseley

Deputy Chair

Professor Jeremy Ahearne

The Vice-Chancellor and President (ex officio)

Professor Stuart Croft

The Head and one other member of academic staff elected by and from each of the Departments of:

Professor Zahra Newby (Classics and Ancient History)

Professor Alison Cooley (Classics and Ancient History)

Professor Emma Mason (English and Comparative Literary Studies)

Dr Michael Niblett (English and Comparative Literary Studies)

Dr Lydia Plath (History)

Professor Tim Lockley (History)

Professor Stuart Hampton-Reeves (School of Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures)

Dr Rosie Dias (School of Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures)

Professor Stephanie Panichelli-Batalla (School for Cross-faculty Studies)

Dr Marta Guerriero (School for Cross-faculty Studies)

Professor Katherine Astbury (School of Modern Languages and Cultures)

Dr Joanne Lee (School of Modern Languages and Cultures)

The Chair and Deputy Chair of the Faculty Education Committee of the Board of the Faculty of Arts:

Professor Sarah Richardson (Chair)

Dr Tim White (Deputy Chair)

One member of academic staff elected by and from the Department of Philosophy

Professor Diarmuid Costello

Two members of academic staff, one to be elected by and from the Board of the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Medicine and one by and from the Board of the Faculty of Social Sciences

Professor James Robinson (Science, Engineering and Medicine)

Dr Ben Richardson (Social Sciences)

Up to three co-opted members, being members of academic staff subject to the approval of the Senate

Professor Michael Scott

Professor David Lambert

Dr Michael Meeuwis

Three student members, one of whom shall be a registered undergraduate student, one who shall be a registered postgraduate taught student of the University, and one who shall be a registered postgraduate research student of the University

Amie Arnold (Undergraduate)

TBC (Postgraduate Taught)

Faculty Senior Tutor (in attendance, ex-officio)

Rachel Dickinson

Faculty Director of Administration (in attendance, ex-officio)

Diana Stonefield

Academic Support Librarian (in attendance)

Richard Perkins

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Terms of Reference

(a) To regulate, subject to the Statutes, the Ordinances and Regulations, and to review by the Senate, the teaching, research, curricula and examinations in the subjects prescribed for the Faculty.
(b) To recommend to the Senate examiners for appointment.
(c) To make recommendations to the Senate for the award of degrees (other than honorary degrees), diplomas, certificates and other distinctions in the subjects prescribed for the Faculty.
(d) To recommend to the Senate Departments to be constituted by the Council.
(e) To appoint members of the Faculty Board to be members of the Senate as provided for under Statute 7.
(f) To discharge such other functions as the Senate may from time to time determine.

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Reporting Structure

The Faculty Board (Arts) reports to the Senate, both directly and via the Academic Quality and Standards Committee.

The Board receives reports from its Faculty Education Committee and Degree Review Panels.

Click here to see a diagrammatic representation of the Committee Structure.

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Secretariat

Secretary: Alison Greenhalgh, Senior Policy Advisor (Education), EPQ

Correspondence should be sent to [artsboard at warwick dot ac dot uk]

Papers for consideration by the Faculty Board (Arts) should be submitted to the Secretary two weeks in advance of the meeting at which they are to be considered.

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Meetings

Dates of meetings of the Faculty Board (Arts) can be found within the University Committee Timetable.

Click here to access minutes of previous meetings.

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