The following section briefly outlines the responsibilities of staff of the Registrar’s Office.
Dr David Roberts, Secretary & Registrar
The Registrar is the University’s senior administrative member of staff. He is a member of the Executive, which is the University’s senior management team. He chairs the following Task Groups:
Also Chair of the Framework Agreement Steering Group, the Degree Ceremony Organising Group, the Alumni Advisory Board, the Student Hardship Committee, and the Aberystwyth-Bangor Research & Enterprise Support Board, the North Wales Reaching Wider Partnership, and the Arts & Innovation Centre External Stakeholders' Group.
The Registrar is Secretary to the Council, Court, Audit & Risk Committee, Strategy Committee, Council Nominations Committee, and Honorary Fellowships Committee. He is a member of a number of other Task Groups, and of the three consultative fora established by the University : the Staff Forum, Student Forum and Campus Unions Forum.
The Registrar is also responsible for Public Lectures, VIP visits and related institutional events.
Mr David Fordham, Deputy Registrar
David Fordham is responsible for assisting and deputising for the Registrar across a number of functions. His responsibilities include :
David is the University’s :
David has line management responsibility for the Assistant Registrar, Gwenan Hine and the head of Health & Safety Services, Gareth Wynn Jones.
David is also Acting Academic Registrar (see Academic Registry web site for functions and responsibilities).
Mrs Ruth Goggin, Senior Assistant Registrar
Ruth Goggin is responsible for administrative support and preparations for institutional review and Degree-Awarding Powers processes and is responsible for the management of internal quality audits of service departments; she liaises with the QAA; other responsibilities include :
Mrs Gwenan Hine, Senior Assistant Registrar
Gwenan Hine is responsible for administrative support in the area of legal compliance, risk and emergency management and ethics. In particular she deals with legislation relating to data protection, freedom of information, environmental information, human rights, copyright, human tissue use, drugs precursors and misue of drugs; other responsibilities include:
Mrs Dawn-Marie Owen
Dawn-Marie Owen is the Registrar’s PA, but also provides secretarial and administrative support to other members of the Office. Responsibilities include the management of all communications in and out of the Office, all meetings and appointments, all papers relating to committees and Task Groups involving the Registrar, background research on specific issues that arise, the University flag and general enquiries.
Mrs Lynne Hughes
Lynne Hughes is PA to the Deputy Registrar, but also provides secretarial and administrative support to other members of the Office. Responsibilities include the management of all communications in and out of the Office, all meetings and appointments and for preparing papers for all committees and Task Groups involving the Deputy Registrar, political visits and special events, Registry accounts, police liaison, and Public Lectures.