UCPH elections 2022
UCPH elections are held in the days of 21-25 November, and, this year, academic staff and PhD students are electing representatives for the PhD Committees.
Where the elections are contested
For academic staff, the election is contested for the PhD Committee of Health and Medical Sciences within the representation area of Veterinary Science.
For PhD students, the election is contested for the PhD Committee of Science within the representation area of Food Science, Food and Resource Economics, Human Nutrition, Exercise and Sports Science and the representation area of Computer Science, Mathematics, Science Education.
If the number of candidates running for election is the same or less than the number of seats available in a PhD Committee, the election is uncontested, and the voting will lapse. In most places, no candidates are running for the PhD committees and here the election will lapse.
This year, the election will lapse for PhD students in some representation areas. In cases of available seats, the PhD committee can appoint voluntary PhD students for the rector's approval.
How to vote if you are eligible to vote in the contested elections
You can vote via a link you will receive in your UCPH email on Monday 21 November in the morning.
Voting begins on 21 November at 10:00 and ends on 25 November at 12:00.
If your ballot is empty when you try to vote, it is most likely because the elections within your representation area are uncontested, or no candidates are running for election. If you believe it is a mistake that your ballot is empty and that you should be able to vote in the contested elections, please send an email to KUemail@example.com.
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