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Election Institute Board

The Institute has an Institute Board that advises the Institute's management.

The Board

The Institute Board at Helsam has 9 members:

  • Head of Institute
  • 3 representative from the permanent academic staff
  • 1 representative from academic staff on fixed-term contracts
  • 2 representatives from the technical-administrative staff
  • 2 studenter representatives 

Representatives of the temporary academic staff and the students are elected for one year (1.1-31.12.2020). Students arrange their own elections. The other representatives are appointed or elected for a term of four years (2018-2022).

Election 2020

For the 2020 election only academic staff on fixed-term contracts (min 50%) and Professor II on fixed-term contracts shall vote. 

The voting period is open from 8 AM on 19 November until 12 noon 26 November. 

Vote Here

Presentation of candidates

Kaja Kvaale and Lise Bjerke are the two candidates running in this election.

Who can vote?

Academic staff on fixed-term contracts of minimum 50 percent, including Professor II on fixed-term contracts, are eligible to vote. You must be employed on the day you vote. 

Deadline for proposing a candidate

Friday October 30th, 2020. 

Who can propose a candidate

Academic staff on fixed-term contracts, including Professor II on fixed-term contracts, with a right to vote. No one can sign more than one proposal.

Who is eligible as a candidate

Academic staff on fixed-term contracts, including Professor II on fixed-term contracts, with a right to vote are eligible to stand for election. To be eligible, one must be employed for a period that covers the whole period one is elected for, January 1st - December 31st, 2021. Leaders and deputy leaders of the institutes are not eligible.

The proposal must contain:

  • You may propose one or more candidates
  • There must be at least the same number of proposers as the number of candidates in the proposal.
  • The proposal must contain the name(s) of the candidate(s), title and place of work at the faculty.
  • The proposal must state whether the candidate(s) have agreed to stand for election.
  • The proposal must contain the name, title and place of work for the proponent(s)

Send the proposal by e-mail to Knut Tore Stokke within the deadline October 30th, 2020.

Other Relevant Information

Election rules for the University of Oslo (only in Norwegian)

See here for information about the Faculty Board Election

Contact:

Knut Tore Stokke

 

Published Sep. 26, 2019 10:01 AM - Last modified Feb. 25, 2021 2:59 PM