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Committees and delegates

Course Council Coordinator

He is responsible for:

  • fulfilling the functions assigned to him/her by the University Statute and the University Teaching Regulations, among which he/she is the chairperson of the Coordinating Committee of the Course Council
  • coordinating the QA Committee of the CCS
  • convoking the CCS
  • approving the SUA-CdS, SMA and RCRs
  • communicating to the CCS the result of the activities carried out by the committees and the various activity leaders
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The Course of Study (CdS) is equipped with a Quality Assurance (QA) system to keep management processes under control.

Course of Study QA Committee

It is in charge of:

  • compiling and updating the Single Annual Report Card (SUA-CdS) and the Annual Monitoring Form (SMA)
  • editing the Cyclical Review Report (RCR) and monitoring the progress of proposed improvement activities
  • analyzing teaching evaluation questionnaires, Almalaurea questionnaires, reports of the School Joint Committee
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  • monitor students' careers
.

  • monitor reports and requests from students, faculty and administrative technical staff

  • identify the training demand and training objectives
  • develop the training course

Teaching Commission

It is in charge of:

  • verifying teaching facilities and student services
  • verifying CFUs in relation to teaching load and progression in semesters
  • revising access requirements and arrangements for mid-term and final examinations
  • checking information in teaching records
  • monitoring the course of education and organizing it taking into account the needs of facilities and services

  • prepare paperwork for students from outside who apply for access to the course
  • define how the final paper is to be performed and define the criteria for awarding the final grade

Steering Committee

It is responsible for:

  • expressing the needs from society and the world of work and culture
  • providing an opinion between the consistency of the course of study and specific training activities with the demand for training
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  • promote initiatives to unite the world of work and future graduates

Committee members

Lecturers:

Other members:

Responsible for internships, traineeships and job orientation

It is in charge of:

  • promoting, collecting and managing, proposals for internship/internship activities
  • organizing the collection of questionnaires and opinions of the institutions at which internships and internships have been conducted
  • organizing activities to promote orientation to the world of work

Website manager

It is responsible for:

  • updating and verifying the information on the study course website
  • checking that transparency requirements are met

Study guidance committee

She is in charge of:

  • organizing orientation activities with schools and school/work alternation
  • organizing the promotion activities of the CoS to the outside world

  • collaborate with the director of DICCA to establish incentive awards for students enrolled in the first year
  • coordinate the offer and participation in thematic seminars at schools

Responsible for coordinating class schedule and exams

It is responsible for:

  • managing class schedules so as to avoid overlapping

  • optimize the distribution of exam dates

Tutoring committee

It is responsible for:

  • supporting struggling students throughout the two-year period and responding to their requests
  • promoting periodic meetings with students in individual years

Responsible for international activities

She is in charge of:

  • coordinating students in the Erasmus+ program or other international programs

  • promoting the internationalization of the LSC through outward promotional activities and faculty mobility

Responsible for Departmental Quality Assurance (RAQ)

Prof. Jan Pralits - Department of Civil, Chemical and Environmental Engineering

Delegate for innovative teaching

Delegate for PCTO (Pathways for Transversal Skills and Orientation).

Delegate for students with disabilities and with DSA.

Knowledge Verification Committee

It is concerned with:

  • verifying the knowledge of students enrolling in the master's degree