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Student-Staff Joint Committee

The Student-Staff Joint Committee meets termly to discuss issues relating to undergraduate and graduate activities. Students are represented on the committee by elected members from the student body. Each student member sits on the committee for one year. Elections to the posts of Undergraduate and Graduate Representative take place in Michaelmas Term.

Committee Membership 2019-20

Admin Officer: Nigel Thompson nigel.thompson@admin.cam.ac.uk
Administrator UG, Secretary:  Jessica Lawrence jl841@cam.ac.uk
Dir. of Postgraduate Studies: Tim Whitmarsh tjgw100@cam.ac.uk
Dir. of Undergraduate Studies Rupert Thompson rjet1@cam.ac.uk
Deputy Librarian: Stephen Howe sh345@cam.ac.uk
Museum Education Officer:  Justyna Ladosz jl2141@cam.ac.uk
Postdoc representative, Chair: Thomas Nelson tjn28@cam.ac.uk
PG student rep:  Zack Case zc270@cam.ac.uk
UG student rep: Cecily Bateman cb970@cam.ac.uk
UG student rep:  Georgie Penney geap2@cam.ac.uk
   

Items for Meetings

If you have an item that you would like discussed at the next SSJC meeting, contact your student representative and they will forward it to the Secretary of the Committee for inclusion on the agenda. Please ensure that any items reach the Secretary at least one week before the meeting.

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