The mission of the Secretariat is to provide professional support and guidance to University of Waterloo governing bodies, their committees and councils, and to senior University officers on all governance, policy and operational issues which might affect the institution.
The Secretariat also plays a significant role in the development, promulgation and interpretation of University of Waterloo policies and procedures, and supports the activities of senior search committees, as well as relations and grievance/appeal committees.
The Secretariat is headed by the University Secretary, who maintains close working relationships with the Chancellor and the Chair of the Board of Governors, as well as the President, Provost and other senior University officers, providing advice, guidance and support with respect to the execution of their responsibilities.
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- May 4, 2018
Three staff members have been nominated to serve as a member of the full-time staff to be elected to the Board of Governors by the full-time staff members of the University, term ending 30 April 2021:
- Apr. 27, 2018
The Secretariat has put out a call for nominations for two nominating committees that will assist in the transitions of leadership in both the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and the Faculty of Arts. For each committee, nominations are requested for one staff member elected by and from the regular staff of the Faculty. Regular staff in the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and regular staff in the Faculty of Arts are eligible to stand for nomination to the applicable committee.
- Apr. 24, 2018
Nominations opened on 20 April 2018 for one member of the full-time staff to be elected to the Board of Governors by the full-time staff members of the University, term ending 30 April 2021. The call for nominations will close at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday 3 May 2018.
Completed nomination forms should be submitted to Emily Schroeder in the Secretariat, Needles Hall, room 3060. At least five nominators are required for each nominee. For more information, please see Nominations and Elections.