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Master in Water Resources Science and Technology

Academic council

The Academic Council meets up at least 4 times a year (at beginning of academic year, at follow-up for each semester and at end of academic year) and enjoys the following powers established under the faculty’s regulations (regulations): to approve programmes, plan subjects and prepare course plans, establish timetables, exhaustively monitor curricula, their implementation and the quality of the teaching given and assessments made to guarantee their consistency and coordination.  It also drafts a report for each academic year on the academic results of the university’s education, including suggestions for improving of its quality of teaching. Finally, it coordinates with the Faculty of Science’s Governance Committee to discuss and give out information on the departments’ appointments of academic staff who are to provide teaching in the studies and on the teaching programme prepared by the departments for the subjects to be taught in the studies.

 

The representatives of the academic council for the Master in Water Resources Science and Technology for the academic year 2021-2022 are as follows:

 

Coordinator: Ignasi Rodriguez-Roda (chemical engineering)

Secretary: Frederic Gich (microbiology)

Educational representatives:

Marilos Balaguer (chemical engineering)

Sergi Sabater (ecology)

Àngels Xabadia (Foundations of economic analyses)

Joan Pujol (Economy, sociology and agricultural policy)

Jaume Puig (agroforest engineering)

Pep Mas (external geodynamics)

Anna Ribas (human geography)

Quim Meléndez (systems and automation engineering)

Teresa Serra (Condensed matter physics)

Victòria Salvadó (analytical chemistry)

Pilar Marquès (company organisation)

Student representative: Marcos Parráguez

Business sector representative: Narcís Pí (ABM)

Admin and service staff representative: Magda Arbat

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