Elections

  • Thursday 23 June 2011
  • NO. 4960
  • VOL. 141

Elections16 June

Council

Election of one member of Congregation elected by Congregation from members of the faculties in the Divisions of Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences and of Medical Sciences.

On Thursday, 16 June, the following was duly elected to Council, to hold office until Michaelmas term 2015:

Professor Martin S. Williams, BSc PhD Brist, MA Oxf, Fellow of New College, Faculty of Engineering Science

[The votes recorded were: for Professor Phillips, 300; for Professor Williams, 394.]

Socially Responsible Investment Review Committee

Election of one member of Congregation elected by Congregation from members of the faculties in the Divisions of Humanities and of Social Sciences.

On Thursday, 16 June, the following was duly elected to the Socially Responsible Investment Review Committee, to hold office until Michaelmas term 2014:

Professor Gordon L. Clark, BEcon MA Monash, MA DSc Oxf, PhD McMaster, Fellow of St Peter's, Faculty of Anthropology and Geography

[The votes recorded were: for Professor Clark, 338; for Dr Rippon, 204.]

Curators of the University Libraries

Election of two members of Congregation elected by Congregation.

On Thursday, 16 June, the following were duly elected as Curators of the University Libraries, to hold office until Michaelmas term 2015:

Dr Kate Blackmon, BSc Clemson, BA Queens (Charlotte, NC), MBA PhD North Carolina, MA Oxf, Faculty of Management

Dr Heather O'Donoghue, BA Lond, MA MPhil DPhil Oxf, Fellow of Linacre, Faculties of English Language and Literature and of Medieval and Modern Languages

[The votes recorded were: for Dr Blackmon, 298; for Dr Finlay, 218; for Dr O'Donoghue, 506.]

Curators of the University Parks

Election of one member of Congregation elected by Congregation.

On Thursday, 16 June, the following was duly elected as a Curator of the University Parks, to hold office until Michaelmas term 2017:

Dr Nicholas J. Kruger, MA Oxf, PhD Camb, Fellow of Pembroke, Faculty of Plant Sciences

[The votes recorded were: for Dr Kruger, 381; for Dr Skinner, 244.]