University Gazette, 21 January 2010: Examinations and
Appointments and Reappointments
MARGARET HILLENBRAND, M.SC Edin, D.PHIL Oxf, Fellow of Wadham College. In Chinese Literature. From 1 September 2009 until 31 August 2014.
UNIVERSITY LECTURER (NTF)
ROBERT GERARD HOYLAND, D.PHIL Oxf, Fellow of St Cross College. In Early Islamic History. From 1 December 2009 until 30 November 2014.
Medieval and Modern Languages
JENNIFER YEE, MA Oxf, PH.D Paris, Student of Christ Church. In French. From 1 January 2010 until the retiring age.
TIMOTHY KEITH WILSON, MA Belf, D.PHIL Oxf. In Modern Irish History. From 1 October 2009 until 30 September 2012
TARA LEE ANDREWS, M.PHIL D.PHIL Oxf. In Byzantine History. From 1 October 2009 until 30 September 2010
SARAH EDITH JAMES, MA Camb, PH.D Lond. In the History of Art. From 1 October 2009 until 30 September 2010
TROY CROSS, BA Wheaton, PH.D Rutgers. In.philosophy. From 1 November 2009 until 30 September 2010
BILAL KIRKICI, MA Essex, MA PH.D Ankara. In Turkish. From 1 September 2009 until 19 March 2010.
English Language and Literature
MICHAEL HILTON WHITWORTH, MA D.PHIL Oxf, Fellow of Merton College. In Twentieth-century Literature. From 1 October 2010 until the retiring age.
SUZANNE ASPDEN, BA D.PHIL Oxf, M.MUS Victoria University of Wellington, NZ, Fellow of Jesus College. In Music. From 1 October 2010 until the retiring age.
LAURENCE DREYFUS, BA Yeshiva, PH.D Colombia, DIPLÔME SUPÉRIEUR Brussels, RAM (Hon), Fellow of Magdalen College. In Music. From 1 October 2010 until the retiring age.
WILLIAM HADDEN WHYTE, BA M.ST D.PHIL Oxf, Fellow of St John's College. In British History. From 1 January 2011 until the retiring age.
Changes in Regulations
Continuing Education Board
Postgraduate Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Introductory Level)
To take effect from 1 October 2010
In Examination Regulations, 2009, p. 992, after l. 6 insert:
'Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Introductory Level)
1. The course will consist of lectures, tutorials, seminars, and classes on the principle and practice of cognitive behavioural therapy, together with clinical practice in cognitive behavioural therapy. The course will be taken on a part-time basis over a period of not less than three terms and not more than nine terms.
2. Every candidate will be required to satisfy the examiners in the following:
(a) attendance at the appropriate classroom-based courses including small group case supervisions;
(b) two essays, each of no more than 4,000 words, to assess critical appreciation of theory, research and practice on topics provided by course tutors and approved by the examiners;
(c) one written case report of 2,000 to 4,000 words;
(d) one audio/visual tape (or digital equivalent) recording of a therapy session;
(e) close clinical supervision of three 'training clients' as evidenced by a log book of supervised clinical practice.
The essays under (b), the case report under (c) and the one audio/videotape (or digital equivalent) recording under (d) shall be forwarded to the examiners for consideration by such date as the examiners shall determine and shall notify the candidates and tutors.
The audio/videotape (or equivalent recording) will be accompanied by a written reflective analysis on topics provided by course tutors, and students will also be expected to keep a log book to provide evidence of their supervised CBT practice with three 'training' clients in module 3.
3. The examiners may award a distinction to candidates for the Postgraduate Certificate.
4. Candidates who fail to satisfy the examiners in meeting their attendance requirements under 2 (a), the essays under 2 (b), the case report under 2 (c) and the audio/videotape (or digital equivalent) recording under 2 (d) may be permitted to resubmit work in respect of the part or parts of the examination that they have failed for examination on not more than one occasion, which shall normally be within three months of the original failure.'