- Consultative notices
- Graduate Awards and Prizes [restricted content]
- Electoral Boards
- Musical and other Events
- Thursday 18 October 2012
- NO. 5002
- VOL. 143
Invitation from Bodleian Libraries
Consultation on Strategic Plan (2013–17)
Bodleian Libraries are holding a number of meetings to consult with members of Congregation, students and other readers on its proposed Strategic Plan for 2013–17. The Strategic Plan, being developed in line with the University's strategic plan, is currently in draft format.
Details of event times and locations are below. Please note that the meeting on 24 October is intended principally as consultation with members of Congregation, while the 29 October meeting is intended for students and will be coordinated by OUSU. Please visit www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/strategicplanning2012 to access the current strategic plan and the proposed draft plan. For any queries, please email email@example.com.
11 am–1 pm, 24 Oct: Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre, St Catherine's
5–7 pm, 29 Oct: Martin Wood Lecture Theatre, Department of Physics
Graduate Awards and Prizes
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Composition of an Electoral Board
The composition of the electoral board to the post below, proceedings to fill which are currently in progress, is as follows:
White's Professorship of Moral Philosophy
|The Dean of Christ Church||Mr Vice-Chancellor1|
|Professor M Davies||The President of Corpus Christi|
|Professor C Fabre||Council|
|Professor B Herman||Council|
|Professor S West||Humanities Division|
|Professor R Crisp||Faculty of Philosophy|
|Professor T Irwin||Faculty of Philosophy|
|Professor S Scheffler||Faculty of Philosophy|
|Professor U Coope||Corpus Christi|
Musical and other Events
Open Access Week Events at Oxford
The following events take place from 1.10–1.45 pm in the Entrance Hall Lounge, Radcliffe Science Library, unless otherwise noted.
22 Oct: Oliver Bridle, 'Y open? Issues in open access for generation Y scientists'
23 Oct: Dr Amanda Burls, 'Ethical aspects of open access in health research'
24 Oct: Ruth Bird, 'Open law: an international perspective'
24 Oct, Oxford eResearch Centre, 7.30 pm: Wolfram Horstmann, Alena Ptak-Danchak, Neil Jefferies and Sally Rumsey, 'Bodley's 'Republic of [Open] Letters'
25 Oct: Sally Rumsey, 'Disseminating your research using ORA and Symplectic'
26 Oct, noon: Karine Barker, 'A round-up of Open Access and Open Access Week'
26 Oct, RSL Training Room, 2 pm: 'Oxford Wikipedia Editathon: women in science'
(a hands-on session following on from the Royal Society 'Women in Science Wikipedia Workshop on 19 October; book for this session at http://courses.it.ox.ac.uk/detail/ENGR)