Event Date(s): 20/03/2017
Location: Teaching and Learning Complex
Our Campus hosts its annual meeting of Campus Council on Monday, March 20 from 10am at the Teaching and Learning Complex (TLC). Professor Brian Copeland, will present his report on all activities undertaken over the last academic year to the Council Membership for the first time at the meeting in his capacity as Pro Vice-Chancellor and Campus Principal. Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Hilary Beckles will also deliver remarks.
The Campus Principal invites you to view the live stream of the Open Session of the meeting beginning at 10am and to participate at the Open Session and Press Conference, beginning at 11am. During this session, you will be allowed to submit questions to the panel via the live stream or Social Media. These sessions will be streamed live via www.sta.uwi.edu/streams and the campus' Facebook page.
The theme of this year's report is engage, which highlights the many ways that the campus engages its various stakeholder groups. This includes our students, the wider community, the government and private sectors, alumni and examines how the campus engages for innovation and invites others to engage with us.
About Campus Council
The Campus Councils were created with the responsibility to preserve the regional character while giving greater autonomy to the Campuses to respond to national needs and those of the non-campus countries.
The governing body of the St. Augustine Campus is the Campus Council, which is established by Statute under the Charter. The Campus Council meets annually, largely to receive detailed reports from officers and committees, which have responsibilities, that derive from the Charter statements and other instruments such as academic and curriculum updates; changing statistics on students with regards to enrolment and graduate throughput; staffing issues and strategic initiatives that have been undertaken.
A fundamental aspect of the accountability of The University of the West Indies is the annual meeting of the Campus Council, where Annual and Faculty Reports are presented. The Financial Report each year ending 31st July is submitted to the Campus Finance and General Purposes Committee for consolidation and approval en route to the Campus Council and then to the University Council for final approval.
The Chairman of the St. Augustine Campus Council is Mr. Ewart Williams. The Vice-Chancellor, Pro Vice-Chancellor & Campus Principal, Pro Vice- Chancellor, Planning & Development Deputy Principal, Campus Bursar, Deans, Academic Board representatives and Guild representatives among other University Executive Management will be present.