General Assembly

Photo of the Founding Assembly in 2011

The General Assembly is the highest single decision-making body of Science Europe. It consists of representatives of each of the Member Organisations at their top decision-making level (Presidents, Chief Executives, Directors General, and so on). It may also have high-level observers from external bodies.

The first General Assembly took place on 21 October 2011 in Berlin.

The General Assembly is chaired by the President of Science Europe, currently Marc Schiltz.

News

(31/05/19) cOAlition S releases revised implementation guidance on Plan S following public feedback exerciseread more

(16/05/19) Science Europe congratulates Professor Mauro Ferrari on his appointment as the next President of the European Research Council... read more

(14/05/19) EUA and Science Europe Join Efforts to Improve Scholarly Research Assessment Methodologies... read more

(18/04/19) Science Europe welcomes the PPA on Horizon Europe. It's a good deal but is there a supporting budget? read more

(10/04/19) ALLEA, EUA, and Science Europe join together to protect academic freedom... read more

(19/02/19) Vacancy for a Senior Policy Officer at Science Europe... read more

(0702/19) Science Europe issues a statement on managing the independence and guaranteeing the excellence of the European Research Council... read more

(29/01/19) Science Europe launches guide to support the international alignment of Research Data Management... read more

Documents

EUA and Science Europe join efforts to improve scholarly research assessment methodologies... read more