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The Regulations Committee has delegated responsibility from the Academic Board for keeping under review the College’s academic regulations.
Its remit includes oversight of a register of associated College policies.
All matters for which it gives approval are formally reported and recommended to Academic Board.
Terms of Reference
- To ensure Goldsmiths’ academic regulations remain fit for purpose, contribute to the maintenance of academic standards and continue to comply with external requirements
- To identify any gaps in the academic regulations and associated policies that implement the academic regulations
- To ensure the academic regulations are aligned with Goldsmiths’ other statutory instruments (regulations, policies, ordinances)
- To maintain a schedule of review for College policies related to the academic regulations, which will include a register of policy owners
- To ensure that proposals to amend the academic regulations maintain alignment with external reference points and draw on external practice
- To ensure that proposals to amend the academic regulations consider timeframes for implementation, including any system development requirements
- To make recommendations to Academic Board for revisions to the academic regulations (reporting elsewhere as necessary where connections appear)
- To ensure that equality, diversity and inclusion are considered in all aspects of discussion and decision making, drawing any significant issues and recommendations to the attention of Academic Board
Frequency of meetings
The Regulations Committee will meet once per term, in advance of Academic Board. It will meet more frequently if required.
|Chair: Academic Registrar and Director of Student Experience||Louisa Green||ex officio|
|One School Administrator||Amanda Cater||ex officio|
|Director of International Development and Academic Partnerships||Tom France||ex officio|
|Representative from the Quality Office||Gareth Bodrell||ex officio|
|Representative of the Graduate School||Chris Robson|
|Academic Representatives (maximum of six, with two from each School wherever possible)||Dr Stephen Graham [Music]||to 2024|
|Alex Rys-Taylor [Sociology]||to 2024|
|Dr Judith Rifeser [Educational Studies]||to 2024|
|Dr Caroline Rix [Psychology]||to 2024|
|Department Business Manager/Senior Administrators (maximum of 3, with 1 from each School)||David Badger||to 2024|
|Tim Rudd||to 2024|
|Students' Union Representative||to be confirmed|