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Oxford University Gazette, 5 November 2009: Notices


Admission of Clerk of the Market

PROFESSOR S.D. IVERSEN, MA PH.D. Camb, MA D.PHIL Oxf, Fellow of Magdalen College, was admitted to office as a Clerk of the Market for the year 2009–10 at a private ceremony on 28 October, in the presence of the Vice-Chancellor and Proctors.

Admission of Pro-Vice-Chancellor

On Wednesday, 11 November, DR SALLY MAPSTONE, MA D.PHIL Oxf, Fellow of St Hilda's College, will be admitted to office as Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Personnel and Equality) for five years from 13 October 2009.

Musical Events: Exeter College, Queen's College

Exeter College

The Duruflé Requiem will be performed at 8 p.m. on Friday, 6 November, in the chapel, Exeter College, by THE SCHOLA CANTORUM OF OXFORD, with THIERRY ESCAICH (Distinguished Visiting Musician, Oriel College) on organ. M. Escaich will also perform some of his own compositions. Tickets, costing £15/£5, may be obtained from, or by telephoning 07972 542524.

Queen's College: Eglesfield Musical Society presentation

MUSA HORTI, a chamber choir from Leuven, Belgium, directed by Peter Dejans, will give a concert at 8 p.m. on Friday, 13 November, in the chapel, Queen's College. The choir will perform A la dolce ombra—new sounds in choral music, including the world premiere of Rudi Tas' Cantiones Spiritualis, and works by Bryars, Laurdsen and Sandstrom. Admission costs £7 (concessions £5, students £3; free to members of the college). Tickets may be obtained from Anne Bevan (e-mail:

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Recognition of Distinction

The following title has been conferred by the Vice-Chancellor on behalf of the Recognition of Distinction Committee:

J. DENRELL, BA B.SC Lund, PH.D Stockholm, Senior Research Fellow in Strategy and Organisation: Professor of Strategy and Organisation, with effect from 1 October 2009.

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