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The Election (2018 results)

The election of two Undergraduate Representatives to the Faculty Board of History was held on Thursday 22 November 2018. 

The following were elected to serve on the Faculty Board of History in class (f), for one year from 23 November 2018:

Full results of the voting can be viewed here.

Graduate representative: 

Mrs E Partridge, Principal Secretary
(Returning Officer) 

What do reps do?

They represent all History and History/Politics students by being members of the Faculty Board:

  • The main decision-making body of the Faculty
  • Determines the policy and direction of the Faculty, approves courses and appoints Faculty members to important positions and committees
  • Receives reports and recommendations from various Faculty and University committees
  • Two meetings per term
  • Reps have the equal voting rights as academics for all “unreserved” (non-confidential) matters

And of the Faculty Health and Safety Committee: meets termly, working to keep the Faculty a safe environment. 

Undergraduate reps are also members of the Teaching, Learning and Quality Committee (TLQC):

  • The principal forum for staff-student consultation
  • Business includes reviewing proposals for new courses and changes to Tripos, student feedback, equal opportunities and library accessions
  • One meeting a term

The Graduate rep is a member of the Graduate Teaching and Learning Committee (GTLC):

  • Academics report important changes and new projects effecting Graduates
  • Student Representatives give direct feedback to academics making key decisions
  • One meeting a term

Reps will also be invited to represent the views of the student community in other ways, e.g. working parties focussing on particular issues.  

How do I contact them?  

Your reps are your first point of contact for feedback or questions about Faculty matters. You can get in touch with them using the following emails:



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