The ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science consists of the Research School of Engineering and the Research School of Computer Science. The College is led by the College Dean who is in turn advised by the College Executive committee which is established under the ANU College Governance rules (legislation).
College Executive Committee
The Executive Committee meets monthly and provides advice to the Dean on the strategic direction of the College, as well as updates on individual portfolios, for example Education and Research.
Established by Rule 4 of the ANU College Governance rules, the College Forum is held once in each semester. The Forum provides an opportunity for the Dean and members of the College Executive committee to report on operational matters to the wider College.
Rule 8 directs the Dean to “after taking advice from the College Executive Committee, establish specialist committees, as sub-committees of the College Executive Committee, to advise the College Executive Committee or College Dean on matters relating to education and research.”
The Education Committee provides advice to the Executive Committee on strategic planning for improvements in education.
The Education Committee provides advice to the Executive Committee on strategic planning for improvements in research.
Web Management Committee
The Web Management Committee will be the authoritative body for all decisions made in relation to the College’s website governance and administration in-line with University policy.
Diversity and Inclusion Committee
The College Diversity and Inclusion Committee has been established to support the College in meeting its commitment to fostering inclusive access to education, promoting staff diversity, and creating an inclusive and safe work environment where all staff and students are treated with respect.
Working Groups & Other
International Relationships Group
The International Relationships Group plays a vital role in in the future of the College by seeking out new beneficial partnerships with strategically important international Universities. The IRC will also be responsible for the maintenance of existing partnerships.
Precinct Planning Group
The Precinct Planning Group (PPG) is charged with leading the development and ongoing evolution of the CECS by 2020 Precinct Master Plan.
HDR Working Group
The HDR Working Group is chaired by the Associate Dean (HDR) and deals with operational issues concerning Higher Degree Research students.
Several committees exist at the Research School level.
Industry Advisory Boards
The Industry Advisory Boards (IAB) for each of the two Research Schools are expected to provide strategic- level advice on all aspects related to their core activities, as well as promoting industrial outreach of the Schools into the wider community.
Curriculum Development Committees
Each School-level Curriculum Development Committee is responsible for development, review, scrutiny and innovation of the corresponding Bachelor and Master programs at the curriculum level.
A WHS Sub-Committee exists for the Research School of Engineering, with a second Sub-Committee covering both the Research School of Computer Science and the Professional Services Group.