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HEBDOMADAL COUNCIL 1 February

1 Decrees

Council has made the following decrees, to come into effect on 1 February.

List of the decrees:

Decree (1): Establishment of Barnett Professorship of Social Policy

Decree (2): Establishment of Professorship of Sociology

Explanatory note to Decrees (1) and (2)

No notice of opposition having been given, Mr Vice-Chancellor will declare carried, without holding the meeting of Congregation on 9 February, Statute (2) establishing the Barnett Professorship of Social Policy, and Statute (3), establishing the Professorship of Sociology, which were promulgated on 19 January (see `University Agenda' below). Council has accordingly made the following decrees, which give effect to consequential changes.

Text of Decrees (1) and (2)

[For text of Decrees (1) and (2) see decrees annexed to Statutes (2) and (3) in Gazette, 17 December 1998.]

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2 Status of Master of Arts

Mr Vice-Chancellor reports that the status of Master of Arts under the provisions of Ch. V, Sect. v, cl. 1 (Statutes, 1997, p. 367) has been accorded to the following persons who are qualified for membership of Congregation:

PATRICIA MAY BREEN, University Offices

MARGIT MARIA BRUCKNER, St Anne's College

ANNETTE ROSEMARIE HABERSTOCK, Faculty of Modern Languages

JULIAN SEAN MURPHET, St John's College

MARY FIONA SPENSLEY, Department of Experimental Psychology

DAVID STASAVAGE, St Antony's College

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3 Register of Congregation

Mr Vice-Chancellor reports that the following names have been added to the Register of Congregation:

Breen, P.M., MA status, University Offices
Bruckner, M.M., MA status, St Anne's
Haberstock, A.R., MA status, Faculty of Modern Languages
Murphet, J.S., MA status, St John's
Rowland-Jones, S.L., MA, DM, Christ Church
Spensley, M.F., MA status, Department of Experimental Psychology
Stasavage, D., MA status, St Antony's

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4 Dates of Full Term 1999–2005

The dates for reckoning Full Term 2000–1 were fixed, and the dates for reckoning Full Term 2004–5 were fixed provisionally. The dates and provisional dates for Full Term 1999--2005 are set out below.

MICHAELMAS TERM 1999
Sunday, 10 October—Saturday, 4 December

HILARY TERM 2000
Sunday, 16 January—Saturday, 11 March

TRINITY TERM 2000
Sunday, 30 April—Saturday, 24 June

MICHAELMAS TERM 2000
Sunday, 8 October—Saturday, 2 December

HILARY TERM 2001
Sunday, 14 January—Saturday, 10 March

TRINITY TERM 2001
Sunday, 22 April—Saturday, 16 June

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Provisional dates

MICHAELMAS TERM 2001
Sunday, 7 October—Saturday, 1 December

HILARY TERM 2002
Sunday, 13 January—Saturday, 9 March

TRINITY TERM 2002
Sunday, 21 April—Saturday, 15 June

MICHAELMAS TERM 2002
Sunday, 13 October—Saturday, 7 December

HILARY TERM 2003
Sunday, 19 January—Saturday, 15 March

TRINITY TERM 2003
Sunday, 27 April—Saturday, 21 June

MICHAELMAS TERM 2003
Sunday, 12 October—Saturday, 6 December

HILARY TERM 2004
Sunday, 18 January—Saturday, 13 March

TRINITY TERM 2004
Sunday, 25 April—Saturday, 19 June

MICHAELMAS TERM 2004
Sunday, 10 October—Saturday, 4 December

HILARY TERM 2005
Sunday, 16 January—Saturday, 12 March

TRINITY TERM 2005
Sunday, 24 April—Saturday, 18 June

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5 Dates of Extended Terms 1999–2001

It was agreed to publish the dates of extended terms for 1999—2001 for Part I candidates in Materials, Economics, and Management, for Part II candidates in Chemistry, in Engineering (or Materials), Economics, and Management, in Metallurgy and Science of Materials, and in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, and for MBA candidates. These are set out below.

Part II candidates in Chemistry

MICHAELMAS TERM 1999
Thursday, 16 September—Tuesday, 21 December

HILARY TERM 2000
Tuesday, 4 January—Wednesday, 19 April

TRINITY TERM 2000
Monday, 1 May—Saturday, 1 July

MICHAELMAS TERM 2000
Thursday, 7 September—Tuesday, 19 December

HILARY TERM 2001
Tuesday, 2 January—Wednesday, 11 April

TRINITY TERM 2001
Monday, 23 April—Saturday, 23 June

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Part II candidates in Engineering, Economics, and Management

MICHAELMAS TERM 1999
Friday, 10 September—Saturday, 11 December

MICHAELMAS TERM 2000
Friday, 8 September—Saturday, 9 December

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Part I candidates in Materials, Economics, and Management, in the year in which the examination is taken

HILARY TERM 2000
Sunday, 16 January—Saturday, 18 March

HILARY TERM 2001
Sunday, 14 January—Saturday, 17 March

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Part II candidates in Materials, Economics, and Management

MICHAELMAS TERM 1999
Friday, 10 September—Saturday, 11 December

MICHAELMAS TERM 2000
Friday, 8 September—Saturday, 9 December

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Part II candidates in Metallurgy and Science of Materials

MICHAELMAS TERM 1999
Friday, 17 September—Saturday, 11 December

HILARY TERM 2000
Friday, 7 January—Saturday, 15 April

TRINITY TERM 2000
Friday, 28 April—Saturday, 1 July

MICHAELMAS TERM 2000
Friday, 8 September—Saturday, 9 December

HILARY TERM 2001
Friday, 5 January—Saturday, 7 April

TRINITY TERM 2001
Friday, 20 April—Saturday, 23 June

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Part II candidates in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry

MICHAELMAS TERM 1999
Friday, 17 September—Saturday, 11 December

MICHAELMAS TERM 2000
Friday, 15 September—Saturday, 9 December

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MBA candidates

MICHAELMAS TERM 1999
Monday, 4 October—Friday, 10 December

HILARY TERM 2000
Monday, 10 January—Friday, 24 March

TRINITY TERM 2000
Monday, 1 May—Friday, 30 June

LONG VACATION 2000
Monday, 11 September—Friday, 22 September

MICHAELMAS TERM 2000
Monday, 2 October—Friday, 8 December

HILARY TERM 2001
Monday, 8 January—Friday, 16 March

TRINITY TERM 2001
Monday, 16 April—Friday, 22 June

LONG VACATION 2001
Monday, 10 September—Friday, 21 September

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6 Dates of Encaenia

It was determined that the Encaenia for 2001 should be held on Wednesday, 20 June, and, provisionally, that the Encaenia for 2005 should be held on Wednesday, 22 June.