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  7. Meeting no. 11 Thursday 30 January 2020

Meeting no. 11 Thursday 30 January 2020

Thursday 30 January 2020 – 14.00–16.00
Room: City 125 (3rd Floor, Whiskin Street)

Agenda

  • * (for discussion);
  • # (discuss only matters of importance/concern arising);
  • all others (for information)2

Part 1 - Preliminary Items

Paper1

Speaker

Time

1.  

*

Welcome and apologies and to agree:

* (for discussion); # (discuss only matters of importance/concern arising); all others (for information)2

Verbal

Chair

14.00

2.  

#

Minutes

To approve the minutes of the meeting held on 31 October 2019

Open

Chair

 

3.  

#

Matters Arising

To note matters arising from the previous meeting which do not appear elsewhere on the agenda

Open

Chair

14.05

4.  

*

Chair’s Business

To receive a report on important institutional business from the Chair

Verbal

Chair

 

Part 2 – City Developments, Priorities and Standing Reports

Paper1

Speaker

Time

5.  

#

Education and Student Committee

To receive the minutes of the meeting held in December 2019 and an update on key developments, current and planned activities

Open

Chair/Head of ESSU

14.15

6.  

#

Education and Student Strategy

To receive an update on the Education and Student Strategy Operational Plan

Verbal

Chair/Head of ESSU

 

7.  

#

Students’ Union Standing Report

To receive a report from the Students’ Union

Open

VP Education

14.25

8.  

#

Student and Academic Services Standing Report

To receive a report on activities of the Directorate

Verbal

Head of QUAD

14.30

9.  

#

LEaD Standing Report

To receive a report on the activities of LEaD

Verbal

Chair

14.35

Part 3 - Educational Quality

Paper1

Speaker

Time

10.  

*

Senate Regulations

  1. To consider a Programme Regulation proposal from the City Law School:
    1. Proposed Programme Regulation
    2. Appendix 1 Assessment Regulations – BVS (Full-time)
    3. Appendix 2 Assessment Regulations – BVS (Part-time)
    4. Appendix 3 Assessment Regulations – BVS (Two-part)
  2. To consider the outcome of the Board of Studies consultation relating to Assessment Regulation 4.7 - Failure of a Module
  3. To receive an update on forthcoming updates on the Disciplinary Regulation, Policy and Guidance
  1. Open
  2. Open
  3. Verbal

Assistant Registrar (Quality)

Head of QUAD

14.40

11.  

*

Senate Policies

  1. To receive an update on the Academic Integrity and Misconduct Policy consultation and consider the revised policy
  2. To receive the draft Lecture Capture Policy and consider the Board of Studies consultation proposal
  3. To consider the draft Bullying and Harassment Policy
  1. Open
  2. Open
  3. Closed

Quality and Standards Officer

SHS Associate Dean Education

Student Equality and Diversity Manager

15.00

12.  

#

Assessment Board Overview 2018/19

To receive the summary report and update and consider the further actions

Closed

Assistant Registrar (Quality)

15.30

13.  

#

Annual Programme Evaluations 2018/19

To receive the summary report for Undergraduate programmes

Open

Quality and Standards Officer

15.35

14.  

#

Module Evaluation

To receive an update

Verbal

Assistant Registrar (Quality)

15.40

15.

#

Professional and Statutory Bodies (PSRBs)

To consider the PSRB Registers

Closed

Quality and Standards Officer

15.45

16.  

#

English for Academic Purposes

To consider the summary report on support arrangements

Open

Chair

15.50

17.  

#

Collaborative Provision Committee

To receive the minutes of the meeting held in November 2019 and an update on key developments

Open

Head of QUAD

15.55

18.  

#

Graduate School Committee

To receive the minutes of the meeting held in November 2019 and an update on key developments

Open

Head of QUAD

 

19.  

#

Any Other Business

  

Secretary: Helen Fitch

Email: Helen.Fitch.1@city.ac.uk

Telephone: 020 7040 8793

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