Humanities & Social Sciences Board

The Humanities and Social Sciences Board – also known as the HSS Board – is a committee that looks at issues affecting students within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. The committee is a subcommittee of Student Council, which means that it reports back to Student Council.

The HSS Board can discuss issues, lobby the university and pass policies. The Board’s remit doesn’t cover issues that affect students in more than one faculty – these would instead be covered by the Education Board, Welfare Board, Communities Board or Student Council.

The Board usually meets 4 times per year, you can see the times and dates below. The meeting will take place online. If you would like to attend a meeting of the HSS Board, you can contact the Chair.


Raise an issue

If you’re a student in HSS and you have an issue you would like the Board to consider, you can submit a motion to the Board. Please use this form to submit your motion. The Students’ Union Representation and Democracy Team can provide guidance if you are unsure how to write your motion. Please contact the team on su-representation@qmul.ac.uk if you have a question or need guidance.


Membership

The HSS Board is chaired by the Vice President Humanities and Social Sciences.

The members are:

All of the members of the HSS Board are current students that have been elected to represent HSS students.

The HSS Board is also attended by the Board’s Secretary, who minutes the meeting and helps with the operation of the meeting.

If you would like to attend a meeting of the HSS Board, you can contact the Chair. Please note that only members of the Board are allowed to vote in the meetings.


Next meeting
  • 19th October 2021: 5.30pm
  • 16th November 2021: 5.30pm
  • 25th January 2022: 5.30pm
  • 7th March 2022: 5.30pm

The Board meetings are formal meetings that follow an agenda, and the Secretary takes minutes of the meetings. The agendas will be published five working days before the meeting, and minutes will be published after they have been ratified.