Autumn Elections 2012

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Academic Board Representative

Academic Board is the highest level of representation that students are able to participate in; alongside the President and the Deputy President Education, the Academic Board Representative would attend the monthly Academic Board meetings. These last 2 hours and are also attended by the Vice Chancellor, the 4 Pro Vice Chancellors, the Deans and Heads of Study within each Faculty and a member of academic staff from each Faculty. The Academic Board Representative would need to ensure that t
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Chair of Student Council

Student Council would comprise of 15 Student Officers, a total of 15 Faculty Reps with voting rights (although all Faculty Reps would be invited to attend and contribute), 8 Student Council open places and the 5 Executive Officers. Student Council would meet twice per term; the duration of this meeting is approximately 2½ - 3 hours, subject to the agenda. The Chair of Student Council would have the main responsibility for convening Student Council (although any member can request meetings)
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Diversity Officer

• Be aware of DSU / DMU’s provision for students of various ethnicities. • Assist with campaigns specific to diversity issues.
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Mature Students' Rep

• Must be registered as a mature student at DMU (over the age of 21 on the commencement of your studies). • Work towards increasing participation of mature students within DSU.
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Postgraduate Officer

• Must be registered as a postgraduate / research student at DMU, or have an offer for a postgraduate course at DMU for the coming academic year. • Assist with campaigns specific to postgraduate / research students. • Actively promote DSU services, in particular DSU’s Welfare and Education Centre (WEC) to postgraduate / research students.
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Societies Officer

• Publicise DSU societies and encourage student participation. • Work with relevant staff members to ensure all health and safety regulations are adhered to within societies. • Can attend society committee meetings in an ex-officio capacity.
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