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Uncontested Elections Michaelmas Term: 23 November 2017


Pool for Constituting Panels convened under Statute XII Parts B, D and H (11 vacancies: non-divisional (7 nominations to 8 vacancies), Medical Sciences (1 nomination to 1 vacancy), UAS (1 nomination to 1 vacancy))

Board of Continuing Education (1 nomination to 1 vacancy)

Board of the Faculty of Theology and Religion (5 nominations to 5 vacancies)

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Pool for Constituting Panels convened under Statute XII Parts B, D and H

Election of eight members of Congregation to whom Statute XII applies, not necessarily representing any division and not in any case being nominated in a divisional capacity, elected by Congregation

Following the close of the nomination period on Thursday 26 October 2017, the following were deemed to have been elected unopposed to hold office with immediate effect until MT 2021:

William Allan, MA Edinb, DPhil Oxf, Fellow of University, Faculty of Classics

Nicholas C Bamforth, MA BCL Oxf, Fellow of Queen's, Faculty of Law
Peter B Bond, MA Oxf, MSc Birm, The Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics
Professor W J Mander, BA Lond, BPhil MA DPhil Oxf, Fellow of Harris Manchester, Faculty of Philosophy
Luke Pitcher, MA Oxf, PGCert Durh, Fellow of Somerville, Faculty of Classics
Professor S F Rayner, BA Kent, MA Oxf, PhD Lond, Fellow of Keble, Faculty of Anthropology and Geography
J W Thacker, BA Lond, PhD Camb, Fellow of Merton, Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages

Election of one member of Congregation to whom Statute XII applies, to represent the Division of Medical Sciences, elected by Congregation

Following the close of the nomination period on Thursday 26 October 2017, the following was deemed to have been elected unopposed to hold office with immediate effect until HT 2021:

Professor Christopher P Conlon, MA Oxf, MD Lond, Fellow of Oriel, Faculty of Clinical Medicine

Election of one member of Congregation to whom Statute XII applies, to represent University Administration and Services (UAS), elected by Congregation

Following the close of the nomination period on Thursday 26 October 2017, the following was deemed to have been elected unopposed to hold office with immediate effect until HT 2021:

Jennifer Makkreel, BSc Ottawa, Estates Services


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Board of Continuing Education

Election of one member of the Department for Continuing Education elected by and from among the members of the department

Following the close of the nomination period on Thursday 26 October 2017, the following was deemed to have been elected unopposed to hold office with immediate effect until MT 2020:

Dr C A Jackson, BA Lond, MA status Oxf, PhD Reading, Fellow of Kellogg, Faculty of History


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Board of the Faculty of Theology and Religion

Election of five persons elected by and from the members of the Faculty of Theology and Religion

Following the close of the nomination period on Thursday 26 October 2017, the following were deemed to have been elected unopposed to hold office from HT 2018 until MT 2019:

Dr R A Ellis, MA DPhil Oxf, Principal of Regent's Park

Professor N Eubank, BA Malone College, MTS PhD Duke, MA Oxf, Fellow of Keble

Professor S Gillingham, BTh Nott, MA PGCE Exe, MA DPhil Oxf, Fellow of Worcester

Professor B Leftow, MA Oxf, Fellow of Oriel

Professor J Westerhoff, MPhil MA PhD Camb, PhD SOAS, Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall


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General Notes:

The nomination period for these elections closed at 4 p.m. on Thursday 26 October 2017.

As the number of nominations received were no more than sufficient to fill the above vacancies, the candidates nominated above were deemed to have been duly elected as of the close of the nomination period on Thursday 26 October 2017 (as per Congregation Regulations 2 of 2002; Council Regulations 17 of 2002 and Council Regulations 19 of 2002). For the purposes of elections, academic standing is as defined in Council Regulations 22 of 2002, Part 2: Academic Precedence and Standing, made by Council on 26 June 2002.

For further information, please contact the Elections Officer.

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