The role of Academic Board
The University's Academic Board was established under the University of the Sunshine Coast Act 1998 (Qld) to primarily protect the academic quality and integrity of the University's higher education operations.
The Board contributes to academic quality assurance through:
- advising Council on teaching, scholarship and research matters concerning the University;
- formulating proposals for academic policies of the University;
- monitoring the academic activities of the University's Schools; and
- promoting and encouraging scholarship and research at the University.
Academic Board contributes to the University's ability to operate in accordance with the Higher Education Standards Framework in particular, matters related to academic governance as well as other relevant regulations.
New members of the Academic Board and its standing committees will be invited to attend an induction session prior to their first meeting or as required. Contact the relevant committee secretary for more information.
Staff elections for the Academic Board are held every two years to fill academic staff vacancies.