The Executive Committee Role:
The EC is the decision-making body of NORSI and reports to, and is accountable to the General Assembly.
The Executive Committee Composition:
The Executive Committee (EC) has twelve (12) members, whereof the General Assembly elects six (6) and the host institutions (NTNU) appoint two (2). The EC represents a combination of members that include members from various countries, sub-disciplines and institutions. EC members are appointed for a 2-year period, with an opportunity to be re-elected.
The Executive Committee members are elected based on suggestion from the Election Committee which takes nomination from all partner institutions.
The Director of the Executive committee will be appointed by the Host Institution in consultation with the Consortium Participants. No Consortium Participant can be represented with more than one member in the Executive committee.
Executive Committee Observers:
The Executive Committee has 5 observers:
All observers have the right to speak and participate in EC meetings.
The student representative is elected through a process organized by the students. Executive Committee shall have the following responsibilities and make the following decisions:
• Propose major changes the General Assembly.
Executive Committee Members:
The representatives of partner institutions constitute the General Assembly and the Management Team consist of representatives of the host institutions and coordinators.