Student Representatives in the Institute Council
Students at the John F. Kennedy Institute (JFKI) are represented in the Institute Council with two members eligible to vote. The Institute Council sits in public conference three to five times during the semester. It is the most important official decision-making body at the institute level. With seven out of 13 seats, professors hold the majority of the votes in the Council. The remaining six seats are divided between two student representatives, two staff members and two other institute employees (such as secretaries, librarians, etc). The Institute Council decides on central issues such as changes in degree requirements, compilation of the curriculum including placement of teaching assignments as well as on personnel and technical equipment of the various divisions.
Elections for the Institute Council are held every two years. The last election took place on Jan 14, 2014. The representatives currently serving are:
Deputy reprensentatives are:
If students would like to see their concerns addressed officially, they should send an e-mail to their representatives (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will then proceed to put these issues on the Council's agenda.