Faculty Council Representative

These representatives attend and contribute to all MISC meetings and are each allotted one vote. The Faculty Council for the Faculty of Information normally meets once each semester and is the governing body responsible for all academic affairs of the Faculty, including determining academic policies, determining the content and requirements of the degree and diploma programs. More information about the Faculty Council can be on the Faculty of Information page on Governance, policy, & accountability.

The students elected to the position Faculty Council Representative (there are normally several each year determined by formula and the number of students registered in the MI program) serve to create a student presence at the Faculty Council meetings. They are allowed to speak at meetings (and are encouraged to do so) and are each allotted one vote on the Faculty Council.

These representatives report back to the students and the MISC at the MISC meetings, allowing the greater student body and council members to understand the decision process of the Faculty as well as gather student feedback to be voice at future Faculty Council meetings.

The President, Vice-President, Master's Recruitment and Admissions Representative, and 1 of the 2 Academic Affairs Officers are automatically appointed as representatives. Numbers have yet to be determined for the 2017-2018 term. Candidates must be available for meetings, schedule TBD.


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