The Faculty Board is supported in their decision-making by several committees and participatory bodies. Participation is formed by two bodies in the faculty: the Representative Council and the Faculty Student Council. In addition, each study programme has its own programme committee.
Faculty Joint Assembly
Participation in the faculty takes place in the Faculty Joint Assembly (FJA). During the FJA, staff and students discuss the current and future policy of the faculty with the Faculty Board. The FJA consists of the members of the Faculty Student Council and members of the Representative Council.
Faculty Student Council
The Faculty Student Council (FSC) is committed to the interests of students in the faculty. Together with the Programme Committee and the Student Assessor, the FSC is responsible for the student representation.
- Floortje Zoon (Chair)
- Yael Raz (Secretary)
- Raisa Rambaran (Treasurer)
- Eric Fleischer (Vice Chair)
- Anne Beerepoot (Technical Chair)
- Gwendolyn Hermans (Student Assessor)
The Representative Council (RC) is the participatory body for faculty staff and is part of the Works Council at Radboud University. The Works Council consists of fourteen members and you can go to each of them with tips, comments or questions about matters in the faculty.
- L.W.M. (Lau) Schulpen (Chair)
- W.G. (Gero) Lange (Vice Chair)
- A.E.N. (Annerieke) ten Cate (Secretary)
- W.M. (William) van der Veld
- J.R. (Jelle) Guldenaar
- H.M.W. (Helma) van Tits
- M.S.M. (Madelon) Gerrits
- A.R. (Arno) Koning
- M.A. (Marianna) De Sa Siqueira
- M.A.M. (Marco) van de Ven
- I.L. (Ileana) Camerino
- F. (Farnaz) Mosannenzadeh
- T.S. (Tessa) Ubels
- B.C.N. (Barbara) Müller
The Student Assessor is a member of the Faculty Board and ensures that the student perspective is taken into consideration in the decision-making in the meetings. The Student Assessor also maintains close contact with the FSC and PCs and liaises at a central level with assessors of other faculties.
Student assessor 2022-2023
Study programme committees
All study programmes have a Programme Committee (PC). The PCs are involved with the substance and quality of the education. Their main task is to evaluate the education and give advice on the annual setting of the Education and Examination Regulations (EER). Both students and staff are represented in the Programme Committee.