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The Committee provides advice to Academic Board on research policies and research matters.

The Committee develops and monitors the University's strategic plans associated with research and research training and awards grants under various internal research grant schemes.

Reporting 

The Research Committee reports to the Academic Board.

 

Composition 

Members (full rights)

Chairperson as appointed by the Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation)

Deputy Chairperson as appointed by the Chairperson of the Academic Board

Chairperson, Research Degrees Committee

Associate Deans (Research)

A research-active staff member from each School nominated by the Executive Dean of a Faculty or the Head of the Law School

Directors of Research Centres

Director, Office of Research

A higher degree by research candidate, identified by expression of interest and appointed by the Chairperson

Up to three additional members co-opted by the Chairperson for a specified term

 

Invited to attend as appropriate (having participatory, but not voting, rights)

Pro Vice-Chancellors and Directors as required

Any visitors with the approval of the Chairperson

 

In attendance (having participatory, but not voting, rights)

Deputy Director, Office of Research

Director, Information Services (or nominee)

Secretary

 

Observers (no rights)

Any person with the approval of the Chairperson

 

Terms of Reference 
  • To advise the Academic Board and the Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor on research, research training and ethics matters, including University Policy on research, research training and ethics.
  • To advise the Academic Board and the Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor on strategic plans associated with research and research training.
  • To consider and recommend areas of research activity for support including the establishment of research centres or institutes within the University.
  • To assist with the formulation of research strategies to allow the achievement of the University’s Strategic Plan.
  • To monitor the work of the ethics committees to ensure that it meets internal and external requirements and develop recommendations to the Academic Board as required.
  • To develop schemes for internal research support.
  • To advise on strategies to enhance the research skills and research performance of academic staff.
  • Provide leadership and advice on mechanisms to improve monitoring, benchmarking and reporting of the University’s research performance.

 

Tenure and Frequency of Meetings 

There will be at least three meetings of the Committee each year.

Members nominated by the Executive Dean of a Faculty or the Head of the Law School will serve for a period of two years.

The higher degree by research candidate will serve for a period of one year, with a maximum of two consecutive terms of office.

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