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Oxford University Gazette, 29 November 2007: University Acts


Declaration of approval of Resolution

Congregation instructs Council to publish by the end of the third week of Trinity Term 2008 proposals for its consideration, to provide for:

1. a limit on the period of service of external members of Council;

2. the use of a postal vote rather than a Congregation debate when the nomination of an external has been opposed;

3. a requirement that Congregation Debates and Discussions be held in Full Term;

4. an increase of the minimum time allowed for return of postal ballot papers;

5. the use of confidential ballots in any vote in Congregation if requested by members of Congregation before the meeting;

6. an assurance of the confidentiality of ballots used in Congregation elections and postal votes;

and to consider providing a procedure whereby a final vote may be taken on an amended legislative proposal at the same meeting at which an amendment has been carried.

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Register of Congregation

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

Belfield, E., Department of Plant Sciences

Bockmuehl, M.N.A., Keble

Bregoli, F., Faculty of Oriental Studies

Ferguson, M.L., University

Filatov, D.A., St Hilda's

Galligan, F. L., Faculty of Classics

Hammond, E.M., Department of Radiation Oncology and Biology

Lindsay, A.C., Wadham

McCormack, S.M., Public Affairs Directorate

McPherson, T., Faculty of Clinical Medicine

Molduano-Przychodzki, P., Finance Division

Okamoto, H., Department of Plant Sciences

Samy, S.S., St Edmund Hall

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For changes in regulations for examinations, to come into effect on 14 December, see 'Examinations and Boards' below.

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