ICA-SUV Election 2022

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INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL ON ARCHIVES

SECTION ON THE ARCHIVES OF UNIVERSITY AND RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS (ICA-SUV)

The Nominating Committee consists of Gabriele Mohale (Nominating Committee Chair), Brenda Gunn, Ángeles Moreno and Garfield Lam.

NOMINATIONS AND VOTING BALLOT 2022

Listed below are the candidates for the positions of Chair, Vice-Chair and Ordinary Members (see Part A below); voting instructions (Part B); and a voting ballot (Part C).

Part A. NOMINEES

A.1. Chair

One person has been nominated for this position. If the Section Steering Committee and the annual General Assembly ratify it, she will be elected by acclamation (no vote is required). If you have any questions or comments, please contact Gabriele Mohale, Chair, Nominating Committee, at gabriele.mohale@wits.ac.za .  

Designated person:

Caroline Brown, University Archivist and Assistant Director in the Library & Learning Centre and Culture & Information, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK

Caroline Brown is the University Archivist and Assistant Director in the Library & Learning Centre and Culture & Information. She has responsibility for Archives, Museums and Information Governance. A history graduate who took her Diploma in Archival Studies at University College Dublin, Caroline has worked at the Business Archives Council in London, the Rhodes Trust in Oxford, Edinburgh University and at the National Archives of Scotland. Caroline also spent several years as Programme Leader for the University’s distance learning programmes in Archives and Records Management and Family History and is still active in areas of research and teaching. She is responsible for a number of publications on recordkeeping issues including two books by Facet Publishing Archives and recordkeeping: theory into practice (2014) and Archival Futures ( 2018). Caroline has played an active role in several academic and professional organisations. She is currently a Trustee of the Scottish Council on Archives, a Director of the Scottish Archive Network, a member of the Executive Board of the International Council on Archives and Chair of its Section on University and Research Institution Archives (ICA-SUV). She is standing for her second term as Chair.

A.2. Vice-Chair

One person has been nominated for this position. If the Section Steering Committee and the annual General Assembly ratify it, she will be elected by acclamation (no vote is required). If you have any questions or comments, please contact Gabriele Mohale, Chair, Nominating Committee, at gabriele.mohale@wits.ac.za . 

Designated person:

Susanne Belovari, Archivist for Faculty Papers and Associate Professor at the University Archives, University of Illinois, USA

As a native of Austria, Susanne Belovari is the Archivist for Faculty Papers and Associate Professor at the University Archives, University of Illinois, USA. She has served on the bureau of ICA-SUV from 2006-2014 and as its vice chair from 2018-2022. Susanne created ICA-SUV’s online biography of archivists, Who’s Who in Archives Globally, and the SUV newsletter and served as their editor. She contributed to and wrote several ICA-SUV guidelines, the bylaws, policy documents, and the 2010 Management and Preservation of Scientific Records and Data Handbook for instance. She was co-chair of the programme and review committees of ICA-SUV conferences in 2014 and 2017 and chaired panels and presented at many SUV conferences.
Susanne has presented numerous papers at regional, national, and international conferences. Paper topics and publications include e.g.: (1) factors influencing archival work e.g. how archivists define an collecting area/subject matter, its history, and changes over time; larger contexts (political, economic, cultural, colonial) and military conflicts; and the snowballing number of international archival users; (2) digital and web archival issues focusing here on expediting digital appraisal and processing; (3) the history of archives and archivists as cultural agents; (4) donor – archivist relationships from the point of view of donors (traditionally ignored) and archivists; (5) processing ‘archives under siege’ (Holocaust/ genocide archives); (6) and her historical scholarship documenting the Viennese Jewish contributions to the famous Viennese Cuisine before 1938 and the National Socialist regime. Besides her archives degree, her academic background is in Latin American Studies, gender and international “development,” and the history of colonialism, science, and scientific representations of indigenous peoples. Susanne has a M.A., M.S., and a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois, Urbana, and did a post doc on the history of polymers at the Polymer Engineering Center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.

A.3. Ordinary Members

There are six people nominated for four positions. So, a vote is necessary (see Part B). The candidates are listed alphabetically below:

A.3.1  – Anne-Flore LALOË, Information Management Coordinator at EUMETSAT, Darmstadt, Germany

Anne-Flore LALOË is the Information Management Coordinator at EUMETSAT in Darmstadt (Germany) where she works within a team to support users with their information management needs, and to develop archival activities. Previous to that, she worked at a research institute (EMBL) in Heidelberg (also Germany), where, as the first archivist, she set up the new institutional and scientific archive, which was inaugurated in 2018. During her first term as an SUV Bureau Member, she co-organised the virtual 2021 SUV conference on the theme of “Archives, Ethics and Society”, and helped organise the monthly reading group, as well as continued activities around the archives of science and technology through the SUV committee CAST. In a second term, she hopes to continue taking part in and developing activities that contribute to the field of university and research archives and records. Anne-Flore enjoys giving back to the SUV community and learning from its members, and hopes to continue to serve them for another 4 years.

A.3.2 – Yves Lapointe, Director and University Archivist at McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Yves A. Lapointe is Director and University Archivist at McGill University in Montreal. He holds a bachelor in history, a certificate in archival studies and a Master’s degree in Library and Information Studies from Université de Montréal. As a freelance archivist, he provided counseling to public and private organisations including five universities for over twenty years. He has developed an expertise in records management systems. He was the Records Management Officer of Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) where he participated in the development and implementation of the institution’s hybrid records management system.

A.3.3 – Ngoako Solomon Marutha, Professor in the Department of Information Science at the University of South Africa (UNISA), Pretoria, South Africa

Ngoako Solomon Marutha is currently working as a Professor in the Department of Information Science at the University of South Africa (UNISA). He is part of the College of Human Science Research and Innovation committee, as well as the university Senate committee. He teaches archives and records management research, and information and knowledge governance for honours, as well as archival principles and practice for postgraduate programme. He also supervises over 20 masters and doctoral studies on information science research projects. He also serves as a representative for UNISA department of Information Science in the International Council of Archives (ICA). He is a member of the International Council on Archives Section on University and Research Institution Archives (ICA-SUV). He is a member of the South African Society of Archivists and serve in the National Executive committee as editor in chief for the Journal of the South African Society of Archivists. He is a Review Editor for Frontiers in Research Metrics and analytics journal. He presented several conference papers and published articles. Prof Marutha also serve as external examiner for several universities in South Africa (include UCT, UL, Forth hare, UKZN, DUT, UNAB) and also review articles for publication in several national and international journals. His research interest includes knowledge, archives, and records management, especially on patients and hospital records, electronic records, cloud computing, Blockchain technology, enterprise content management, big data management and police case records security among others. His professional industry background includes working as an information and records manager in several organisations for more than twelve years. He holds Bachelor of Information studies and Bachelor of Information Studies honour from University of the North (UNIN)-now known as University of Limpopo (UL), Master of Information Science and Doctor of literature and philosophy from University of South Africa (UNISA).

A.3.4 – Pepita Raventós, Archivist and Records Manager at the Archives and Records Management Unit of the University of Lleida, Catalonia, Spain

Pepita is an Archivist and Records Manager at the Archives and Records Management Unit of the University of Lleida (Catalonia. Spain). Since 2004 she has been responsible for the implementation of the archives and records management system in the University. She studied History and she is post‐graduated in records and archive management, she got her PhD (2018) of University Autonomous of Barcelona. She was member of the Bureau of the Section on University and Research Institution Archives (ICA/SUV), since 2015 to 2020. She is Vicepresident of the Technical Subcommittee SC1 of Records Management and Applications of Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification (AENOR), which is the official entity responsible for the normalization and certification in all industrial sectors and services in Spain. AENOR is the Spanish member of ISO and CEN (European Committee for Standardization). She participates drafting of ISO standards and their subsequent adaptation to Spanish Norms (UNE). She was Executive Committee Secretary of the Conference of Spanish University Archives (CAU) of CRUE, between 2015-2017, and Executive Committee member between 2008-2017. She is member of the Catalan Association of Archivist and Records Managers.

A.3.5 – Henry Alexander Rengifo Sánchez, Head of the Records Management Unit at Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia

Henry is an archivist and records manager with more than 20 years of professional experience in archives and records management, since 2009 he is Head of the Records Management Unit at Universidad de Los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia), he has been responsible for the implementation of archives, records management systems and quality management with technological support at the University. Henry studied Industrial Engineering and is a postgraduate with a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering (2001) and a Master’s degree in Archives and Records Management (2015). He has teaching experience in topics related to document management, electronic documents, archive design and document centers with technology support in different universities in Colombia such as Universidad de la Salle, Universidad del Rosario and Universidad Javeriana (Colombia). He participates as a member in different technical committees of the General Archive of the Nation, Colombian State entity that governs public policy on archives and information management, such as: University Archives (CNAES) – (2009 – 2019), Digital Preservation (2011 – current), Document Management and Description (2011 – current), he is Vice President of the Ibero-American University Archives (2015 – current).
Since 2008 he represents the Universidad de los Andes as executive member of the ICA/SUV Bureau and is the only Ibero-American and Spanish-speaking member of the Bureau, in his possession in 2018 at the annual conference (ICA/SUV) (Salamanca, Spain) he proposed the celebration of the annual conference ICA/SUV 2020 (Bogotá, Colombia) proposal that was approved in 2019 by the members of the annual conference (ICA/SUV) (Dundee, Scotland) under the title “Memory, human rights and good practices in university and research archives: Different visions, a single goal”, due to the declaration of pandemic by WHO, the event was held in virtual mode during February 2021 with the participation of 1. 920 people from 47 countries. Seeks re-election as executive member of ICA/SUV for the period 2022-2026.

A.3.6 – Karen Jamison Trivette, Professor, Head of Special Collections and College Archives, Gladys Marcus Library, State University of New York, New York, USA

Karen has expressed a keen interest to serve ICA/SUV in a leadership capacity. She has been a member of SUV for quite a few years and an Individual Member of ICA since 2005 for most years. Since becoming a professional archivist, she has taken on leadership roles within her institution and for local, regional, and national professional organizations. She has also participated on the international level as a Foundation Board member for the Access to Memory (AtoM) 3 initiative and served that body in the capacities of Chair of the Roadmap Committee and as Vice Chair for the Board. Her service to the AtoM 3 Foundation Board was for 2 years.
In addition, Karen has presented at symposia, conferences, and other professional gatherings in many locations abroad where she felt most professionally stimulated by international influences. This is also made evident by her pursuing a PhD from Alma Mater Europaea/University of Maribor, Slovenia, which she aims completing by 2024.
Lastly, Karen has had the great fortune to publish in international journals such as the International Journal of Fashion Studies and the scientific journal, Atlanti. She has also twice contributed to international-in-scope monographs, The Fashion Forecasters and the forthcoming, Routledge History of Fashion and Dress, 1800 to the Present.

Part B. VOTING INSTRUCTIONS

  1. A vote is not necessary for the positions of Chair. Caroline Brown is elected by acclamation, subject to the approval of the Section Steering Committee and the annual General Assembly.
  2. A vote is not necessary for the positions of Vice-chair. Susanne Belovari is elected by acclamation, subject to the approval of the Section Steering Committee and the annual General Assembly.
  3. A vote is necessary to elect four Ordinary Members of the Section.

Please read the information about the candidates in Section A and :

– Choose the candidates that you want to elect

– Write the names in the ballot (Section C below)

– Add your contact information

The reason we require your contact information is to allow us to verify that you are eligible to vote. In order to vote, you must be a member of the ICA-SUV or representing an institution that is a member of the ICA-SUV. Only one person will be accepted as representative of an institution. 

Send your voting form by email only to Gabriele Mohale on gabriele.mohale@wits.ac.za  with the subject line “ICA-SUV elections”.

Voting ballots must be received by 15 May 2022

Results will be published 1 June 2022

Part C. VOTING BALLOT

Indicate below the name of 4 candidates for Ordinary Member that you want to elect. Also provide your personal contact information (to check your eligibility to vote).

Write the names of the candidates that you would like to vote for. The order you choose to write the names has no importance.
OrdinaryMember 
OrdinaryMember 
OrdinaryMember 
OrdinaryMember 
Your contact information
Name  
Institution  
Address 
Email  


Please send ballot via email only by 15 May 2022 to gabriele.mohale@wits.ac.za with the subject line “ICA-SUV elections”.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Best wishes,

Gabriele Mohale

CONSEIL INTERNATIONAL DES ARCHIVES

SECTION DES ARCHIVES DES UNIVERSITÉS ET DES INSTITUTIONS DE RECHERCHE (ICA-SUV)

Le Comité pour les Elections, constitué de Gabriele Mohale (Présidente du Comité), Brenda Gunn, Ángeles Moreno et Garfield Lam.

NOMINATIONS ET BULLETIN DE VOTE 2022

Veuillez trouver ci-dessous une liste de candidats désignés pour le poste de présidente, vice-présidente et les postes des membres ordinaires (voir Partie A ci-dessous); les consignes de vote (Partie B), ainsi qu’un bulletin de vote (Partie C).

PARTIE A. LES CANDIDATS 

A.1. Présidente

Une seule personne a été nommé à ce poste. Si le comité directeur de la Section et l’assemblée générale annuelle le ratifient, elle sera élu par acclamation (aucun vote n’est requis). Si vous avez des questions ou commentaires, contactez Gabriele Mohale, Présidente du Comité des Élections à gabriele.mohale@wits.ac.za .

Personne désignée

Caroline Brown, University Archivist and Assistant Director in the Library & Learning Centre and Culture & Information, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK

Caroline Brown is the University Archivist and Assistant Director in the Library & Learning Centre and Culture & Information. She has responsibility for Archives, Museums and Information Governance. A history graduate who took her Diploma in Archival Studies at University College Dublin, Caroline has worked at the Business Archives Council in London, the Rhodes Trust in Oxford, Edinburgh University and at the National Archives of Scotland. Caroline also spent several years as Programme Leader for the University’s distance learning programmes in Archives and Records Management and Family History and is still active in areas of research and teaching. She is responsible for a number of publications on recordkeeping issues including two books by Facet Publishing Archives and recordkeeping: theory into practice (2014) and Archival Futures ( 2018). Caroline has played an active role in several academic and professional organisations. She is currently a Trustee of the Scottish Council on Archives, a Director of the Scottish Archive Network, a member of the Executive Board of the International Council on Archives and Chair of its Section on University and Research Institution Archives (ICA-SUV). She is standing for her second term as Chair.

A.2. Vice-présidente

Une seule personne a été nommé à ce poste. Si le comité directeur de la Section et l’assemblée générale annuelle le ratifient, elle sera élu par acclamation (aucun vote n’est requis). Si vous avez des questions ou commentaires, contactez Gabriele Mohale, Présidente du Comité des Élections à gabriele.mohale@wits.ac.za .

Personne désignée

Susanne Belovari, Archivist for Faculty Papers and Associate Professor at the University Archives, University of Illinois, USA

As a native of Austria, Susanne Belovari is the Archivist for Faculty Papers and Associate Professor at the University Archives, University of Illinois, USA. She has served on the bureau of ICA-SUV from 2006-2014 and as its vice chair from 2018-2022. Susanne created ICA-SUV’s online biography of archivists, Who’s Who in Archives Globally, and the SUV newsletter and served as their editor. She contributed to and wrote several ICA-SUV guidelines, the bylaws, policy documents, and the 2010 Management and Preservation of Scientific Records and Data Handbook for instance. She was co-chair of the programme and review committees of ICA-SUV conferences in 2014 and 2017 and chaired panels and presented at many SUV conferences.
Susanne has presented numerous papers at regional, national, and international conferences. Paper topics and publications include e.g.: (1) factors influencing archival work e.g. how archivists define an collecting area/subject matter, its history, and changes over time; larger contexts (political, economic, cultural, colonial) and military conflicts; and the snowballing number of international archival users; (2) digital and web archival issues focusing here on expediting digital appraisal and processing; (3) the history of archives and archivists as cultural agents; (4) donor – archivist relationships from the point of view of donors (traditionally ignored) and archivists; (5) processing ‘archives under siege’ (Holocaust/ genocide archives); (6) and her historical scholarship documenting the Viennese Jewish contributions to the famous Viennese Cuisine before 1938 and the National Socialist regime. Besides her archives degree, her academic background is in Latin American Studies, gender and international “development,” and the history of colonialism, science, and scientific representations of indigenous peoples. Susanne has a M.A., M.S., and a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois, Urbana, and did a post doc on the history of polymers at the Polymer Engineering Center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.

A.3. Membres Ordinaires

Il y a cinq personnes nommées candidates pour quatre positions.  Un vote est donc nécessaire. Le bulletin de vote se trouve dans la Partie B. Les candidats sont listés ci-dessous par ordre alphabétique :

A.3.1  – Anne-Flore LALOË, Information Management Coordinator at EUMETSAT, Darmstadt, Germany

Anne-Flore LALOË is the Information Management Coordinator at EUMETSAT in Darmstadt (Germany) where she works within a team to support users with their information management needs, and to develop archival activities. Previous to that, she worked at a research institute (EMBL) in Heidelberg (also Germany), where, as the first archivist, she set up the new institutional and scientific archive, which was inaugurated in 2018. During her first term as an SUV Bureau Member, she co-organised the virtual 2021 SUV conference on the theme of “Archives, Ethics and Society”, and helped organise the monthly reading group, as well as continued activities around the archives of science and technology through the SUV committee CAST. In a second term, she hopes to continue taking part in and developing activities that contribute to the field of university and research archives and records. Anne-Flore enjoys giving back to the SUV community and learning from its members, and hopes to continue to serve them for another 4 years.

A.3.2 – Yves Lapointe, Director and University Archivist at McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Yves A. Lapointe is Director and University Archivist at McGill University in Montreal. He holds a bachelor in history, a certificate in archival studies and a Master’s degree in Library and Information Studies from Université de Montréal. As a freelance archivist, he provided counseling to public and private organisations including five universities for over twenty years. He has developed an expertise in records management systems. He was the Records Management Officer of Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) where he participated in the development and implementation of the institution’s hybrid records management system.

A.3.3 – Ngoako Solomon Marutha, Professor in the Department of Information Science at the University of South Africa (UNISA), Pretoria, South Africa

Ngoako Solomon Marutha is currently working as a Professor in the Department of Information Science at the University of South Africa (UNISA). He is part of the College of Human Science Research and Innovation committee, as well as the university Senate committee. He teaches archives and records management research, and information and knowledge governance for honours, as well as archival principles and practice for postgraduate programme. He also supervises over 20 masters and doctoral studies on information science research projects. He also serves as a representative for UNISA department of Information Science in the International Council of Archives (ICA). He is a member of the International Council on Archives Section on University and Research Institution Archives (ICA-SUV). He is a member of the South African Society of Archivists and serve in the National Executive committee as editor in chief for the Journal of the South African Society of Archivists. He is a Review Editor for Frontiers in Research Metrics and analytics journal. He presented several conference papers and published articles. Prof Marutha also serve as external examiner for several universities in South Africa (include UCT, UL, Forth hare, UKZN, DUT, UNAB) and also review articles for publication in several national and international journals. His research interest includes knowledge, archives, and records management, especially on patients and hospital records, electronic records, cloud computing, Blockchain technology, enterprise content management, big data management and police case records security among others. His professional industry background includes working as an information and records manager in several organisations for more than twelve years. He holds Bachelor of Information studies and Bachelor of Information Studies honour from University of the North (UNIN)-now known as University of Limpopo (UL), Master of Information Science and Doctor of literature and philosophy from University of South Africa (UNISA).

A.3.4 – Pepita Raventós, Archivist and Records Manager at the Archives and Records Management Unit of the University of Lleida, Catalonia, Spain

Pepita is an Archivist and Records Manager at the Archives and Records Management Unit of the University of Lleida (Catalonia. Spain). Since 2004 she has been responsible for the implementation of the archives and records management system in the University. She studied History and she is post‐graduated in records and archive management, she got her PhD (2018) of University Autonomous of Barcelona. She was member of the Bureau of the Section on University and Research Institution Archives (ICA/SUV), since 2015 to 2020. She is Vicepresident of the Technical Subcommittee SC1 of Records Management and Applications of Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification (AENOR), which is the official entity responsible for the normalization and certification in all industrial sectors and services in Spain. AENOR is the Spanish member of ISO and CEN (European Committee for Standardization). She participates drafting of ISO standards and their subsequent adaptation to Spanish Norms (UNE). She was Executive Committee Secretary of the Conference of Spanish University Archives (CAU) of CRUE, between 2015-2017, and Executive Committee member between 2008-2017. She is member of the Catalan Association of Archivist and Records Managers.

A.3.5 – Henry Alexander Rengifo Sánchez, Head of the Records Management Unit at Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia

Henry is an archivist and records manager with more than 20 years of professional experience in archives and records management, since 2009 he is Head of the Records Management Unit at Universidad de Los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia), he has been responsible for the implementation of archives, records management systems and quality management with technological support at the University. Henry studied Industrial Engineering and is a postgraduate with a Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering (2001) and a Master’s degree in Archives and Records Management (2015). He has teaching experience in topics related to document management, electronic documents, archive design and document centers with technology support in different universities in Colombia such as Universidad de la Salle, Universidad del Rosario and Universidad Javeriana (Colombia). He participates as a member in different technical committees of the General Archive of the Nation, Colombian State entity that governs public policy on archives and information management, such as: University Archives (CNAES) – (2009 – 2019), Digital Preservation (2011 – current), Document Management and Description (2011 – current), he is Vice President of the Ibero-American University Archives (2015 – current).
Since 2008 he represents the Universidad de los Andes as executive member of the ICA/SUV Bureau and is the only Ibero-American and Spanish-speaking member of the Bureau, in his possession in 2018 at the annual conference (ICA/SUV) (Salamanca, Spain) he proposed the celebration of the annual conference ICA/SUV 2020 (Bogotá, Colombia) proposal that was approved in 2019 by the members of the annual conference (ICA/SUV) (Dundee, Scotland) under the title “Memory, human rights and good practices in university and research archives: Different visions, a single goal”, due to the declaration of pandemic by WHO, the event was held in virtual mode during February 2021 with the participation of 1. 920 people from 47 countries. Seeks re-election as executive member of ICA/SUV for the period 2022-2026.

A.3.6 – Karen Jamison Trivette, Professor, Head of Special Collections and College Archives, Gladys Marcus Library, State University of New York, New York, USA

Karen has expressed a keen interest to serve ICA/SUV in a leadership capacity. She has been a member of SUV for quite a few years and an Individual Member of ICA since 2005 for most years. Since becoming a professional archivist, she has taken on leadership roles within her institution and for local, regional, and national professional organizations. She has also participated on the international level as a Foundation Board member for the Access to Memory (AtoM) 3 initiative and served that body in the capacities of Chair of the Roadmap Committee and as Vice Chair for the Board. Her service to the AtoM 3 Foundation Board was for 2 years.
In addition, Karen has presented at symposia, conferences, and other professional gatherings in many locations abroad where she felt most professionally stimulated by international influences. This is also made evident by her pursuing a PhD from Alma Mater Europaea/University of Maribor, Slovenia, which she aims completing by 2024.
Lastly, Karen has had the great fortune to publish in international journals such as the International Journal of Fashion Studies and the scientific journal, Atlanti. She has also twice contributed to international-in-scope monographs, The Fashion Forecasters and the forthcoming, Routledge History of Fashion and Dress, 1800 to the Present.

PARTIE B. INSTRUCTIONS POUR LE BULLETIN DE VOTE

  1. Un bulletin de vote n’est pas nécessaire pour le poste de Présidente. Caroline Brown est élu par acclamation, sous réserve de l’approbation du comité directeur de la section et l’assemblée générale annuelle.
  2. Un bulletin de vote n’est pas nécessaire pour le poste de Vice-présidente. Susanne Belovari est élu par acclamation, sous réserve de l’approbation du comité directeur de la section et l’assemblée générale annuelle.
  3. Un bulletin de vote est nécessaire pour élire quatre Membres Ordinaires de la section

Veuillez s’il vous plaît, lire les informations sur les candidats de la Partie A, puis : 

– Choisissez les candidats/candidates que vous souhaitez élire

– Indiquez leurs noms sur le bulletin de vote (section C ci-dessous)

– Indiquez vos coordonnées

La raison pour laquelle nous demandons vos coordonnées est simplement afin de pouvoir vérifier que vous avez le droit de voter dans cette élection. Afin de voter, vous devez être membre de l’ICA /SUV ou vous devez être représentant/ représentante d’une institution qui est un membre de l’ICA-SUV. Une seule personne sera acceptée comme représentant d’une institution.

Envoyez par courriel uniquement à Gabriele Mohale gabriele.mohale@wits.ac.za  avec l’intitulé “ICA-SUV elections”.

Les bulletins de vote doivent être reçus le 15 May 2022

Les résultats seront publiés le 1 Juin 2022

PARTIE  CBULLETIN DE VOTE

Ci-dessous, indiquez le nom de 4 candidats Membres ordinaires que vous souhaitez élire. Veuillez également indiquer vos propres coordonnées.

 Nom des candidats que vous souhaitez élire voter pour. L’ordre que vous choisissez de les écrire n’a pas d’importance.
Membre ordinaire 
Membre ordinaire 
Membre ordinaire 
Membre ordinaire 
 Vos coordonnées
 Nom  
 Institution  
 Addresse  
 Courriel  

Merci d’envoyer votre bulletin de vote le 15 Mai 2022 à gabriele.mohale@wits.ac.za avec l’intitulé “ICA-SUV elections”.

N’hésitez pas à me contacter pour toute information complémentaire. 

Gabriele Mohale

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