Elections for the partial renovation of the Academic National Council (CUN) - July 12th, 13th and 14th, 2022

31 May 2022
The Ministry Ordinance n. 354 dated April 15th, 2022, calls for the elections for the following members of the Academic National Council:
  • 1 associate professor of the academic field and discipline 03;
  • 1 associate professor of the academic field and discipline 10;
  • 1 associate professor of the academic field and discipline 11.
Election Days
  • July 12th, 2022 from 9 am to 5 pm
  • July 13th, 2022 from 9 am to 5 pm
  • July 14th, 2022 from 9 am to 2 pm
Each voter can express his preference for one candidate only. The candidate who has obtained the highest number of votes will be elected. In the event of a tied vote, the elder in role shall prevail and, in case of another tied vote, the elder in age will be elected.
Active and passive electorate is separately attributed to professors of the correspondent academic field and discipline.
Applications for the election, undersigned by the candidates and authenticated by the Rector, must be presented no lather than June 20th, 2022 and sent before June 23rd, 2022, through the administrative offices of each University, to CINECA that shall be responsible for its publications on June 27th 2022 and for its transmission to the Central Electoral Committee.
Exercising voting right
Each voter can vote one time, during the established days and times, logging in via his own device enabled to internet navigation and a web browser with Javascript support, to the website indicated in the “Voting” section of the website https://elezionicun.miur.it.
Authentication through Public System for Digital Identity (SPID), set up for level 2, is required to access the platform.
Online platform access mode and voting instructions will be available at https://elezionicun.miur.it.
It is possible to express one preference. Vote is personal, free and secret and the voter, in consideration of the remotely voting system, is directly responsible for personal compliance of the aforementioned principles.
Suspended staff following criminal or disciplinary prosecution, or precautionary suspended staff waiting for criminal or disciplinary prosecution, does not benefit from active and passive electorate.