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Constitution of the University of Waikato Council 2012

Pursuant to section 170 of the Education Act 1989, the Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment gives the following notice.
N o t i c e
1. This notice may be cited as the Constitution of the University of Waikato Council Notice 2012.
2. This notice shall come into force on the date of its publication in the New Zealand Gazette.
3. The University of Waikato Council shall be constituted as follows:
(a) Four members appointed by the Minister responsible for Part 13A of the Education Act 1989;
(b) The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Waikato;
(c) One permanent member of the academic staff of the University of Waikato elected by the permanent members of that staff;
(d) One academic staff member elected by and from the members of the Academic Board of the University of Waikato;
(e) One permanent member of the general staff of
the University of Waikato elected by the permanent members of that staff;
(f) One student member appointed following an election by the students of the University conducted in accordance with the University of Waikato Election of Members of the Council Statute;
(g) One member appointed by the Council after consultation with Business New Zealand;
(h) One member appointed by the Council after consultation with the New Zealand Council of
Trade Unions;
(i) One member appointed by the Council after consultation with Te Roopu Manukura;
(j) One member appointed by the Council on the nomination of Te Arikinui;
(k) Up to five members who may be co-opted by Council.
4. Subject to section 173 of the Education Act 1989, the maximum number of occasions on which a person may be appointed or elected to Council is five four-year terms.
5. All previous notices constituting the Council of the University of Waikato are hereby revoked.
Dated at Wellington this 23rd day of March 2012.
HON STEVEN JOYCE, Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment.