ASE Elections & Nomination Forms
One of the major advantages of membership of ASE is the opportunity to share your expertise with your colleagues. Getting involved with ASE’s governance (Council or Assembly) will challenge your strategic thinking and put you at the heart of steering ASE’s direction into the future.
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Call for nominations
Chair-Elect of the Association 2014/2015
The Chair is a prominent elected position within the Association for Science Education who will sit on Council, Assembly and represent ASE at the highest level. The Chair-Elect will work in the chair trio partnership (Chair Elect/Chair/Immediate Past-Chair). They will become Chair in 2015/2016 and, in that capacity, will lead the Assembly. As the person elected will eventually become a member of Council, nominees must have had a minimum of three years’ continuous membership of the Association at the date of the election. The successful candidate will take up the role of Chair-Elect in August 2014 and will become Association Chair for 2015/16. Chair Elect nomination form - Deadline 11 July 2014
The Assembly will have vacancies for two members to be nominated directly from the membership, and two members to be nominated through the Regions. The Assembly gives advice to Council on all aspects of science education. It has representation from all sectors of the science education community, in order to bring expertise to that debate and to formulate actions to take forward the strategic objectives. If your Region would like to nominate a member, then the process is the same, but a Region Officer must sign it as the ‘supporter’ of the nomination after the prior approval of the Region Committee, at a meeting or by e-mail. Assembly Member nomination form - Deadline 11 July 2014
All voting will be carried out by the membership online in June 2014.
Leadership opportunities with ASE
As part of ASE’s Committees or Specialist Groups, your expertise and experience will form part of ASE’s influential voice. You could also be part of setting the agenda for ASE’s activity in providing timely professional learning across science education. Committee members find that they learn a great deal, have valuable experience to add to that of the group, make friends and enjoy the experience – so why not join them in 2014? Find out more about ASE committees.
Vacancies on national committees and Specialist Groups – commencing September 2014
- International Aspects of Science Education Specialist Group
- Publications (Books) Specialist Group
- Science Education 11-19 Committee
- Primary Science Education Committee
- Science Laboratory Technicians Committee
- Research in Science Specialist Group
- Health and Safety Specialist Group
- Association of Tutors in Science Education (ATSE) Committee
- National Advisers and Inspectors Group for Science (NIAGS) Committee
If you would like to express an interest in being involved with any of the Committees or Specialist Groups listed below, please contact Suzanne Dickinson at ASE HQ; tel.: 01707 283011 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st May 2014.
Nominations forms for: