• Thursday 15 January 2015
  • NO. 5082
  • VOL. 145

Congregation19 January

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Congregation20 January

The meeting of Congregation is cancelled. The sole business comprises questions to which no opposition has been notified and in respect of which no request for adjournment has been received, and Mr Vice-Chancellor will accordingly declare the resolutions carried without a meeting under the provisions of Sect 7 (1) of Statute IV.

Voting on a Resolution authorising the use of space in 23–38 Hythe Bridge Street (Beaver House)

(For explanatory note and text of resolution see Gazette No 5081, 11 December 2014, p188.)

Congregation10 February


¶ Members of Congregation are reminded that any two members may, not later than noon on Monday, 2 February, give notice in writing to the Registrar that they intend to oppose or amend the resolution below (see the note on the conduct of business in Congregation below). If no such notice has been given, and unless Council has declared otherwise or the meeting has been adjourned, the resolution shall be carried and the meeting may be cancelled.

Voting on Resolution

Text of Resolution

Congregation welcomes the conclusions of the EIA, resolves that of the three options that it offers for mitigation of the environmental damage caused by the Castle Mill Development, Option 3 is the only one that offers substantial mitigation, and therefore instructs Council to proceed with mitigation work according to the recommendations of Option 3.

Proposed by:
B Anderson, COMPAS
Elizabeth Baigent, Wycliffe Hall
Nicholas Bamforth, Queen's
J Barton, CTSU
Mette Berg, Anthropology
W J Blair, Queen's
Julia Bray, St John's
W R C Briant, St Cross
Christopher Brown, Worcester
Averil Cameron, Keble
Dexter Canoy, Nuffield Department of Population Health
Jane Caplan, St Antony's
E Carmichael, St John's
Peter J Collins, St Edmund Hall
Rory Collins, St Cross
David Constantine, Queen's
Stephanie Dalley, Somerville
P L Davies, Jesus
Jill M Dawson, Nuffield Department of Population Health
Jan-Georg Deutsch, St Cross
Robert Evans, Oriel
Jonathan Flint, Merton
Keith N Frayn, Green Templeton
Charles Foster, St Cross
Susan Gillingham, Worcester
Michael Goldacre, Magdalen
Imogen Goold, St Anne's
R B P Harrison, Saïd Business School
Martin Henig, Wolfson
William Herrington, Nuffield Department of Population Health
Martin Ingram, Brasenose
Jane Kaye, St Cross
Diarmaid MacCulloch, St Cross
Peter Mackridge, St Cross
Sloan Mahone, St Cross
Judith Maltby, Corpus Christi
Timothy Morris, Green Templeton
Kalypso Nicolaïdis, St Antony's
Avner Offer, All Souls
Fernanda Pirie, St Cross
Oliver Pooley, Oriel
Hilary Priestley, St Anne's
Gesine Reinert, Keble
Jane Roberts, Nuffield
S G Roberts, St Edmund Hall
Paul Ryder, Nuffield Department of Population Health
Quentin Sattentau, Magdalen
S W Saunders, Merton
Hugh Series, Law
Andrew Shacknove, Continuing Education
Michael Sharpe, St Cross
Alison J Shaw, Nuffield Department of Population Health
Hannah Skoda, St John's
Michael Smets, Green Templeton
S A Smith, All Souls
B A Sufrin, Worcester
Andrew Topsfield, St Cross
Ruth Travis, Nuffield Department of Population Health
Kate Tunstall, Worcester
N Van Hear, St Cross
S Waters, St Anne's
Roy Westbrook, St Hugh's
Andrew Wilkinson, All Souls
R W Zetter, Green Templeton

Congregation5 March


Other Committees and University Bodies

Socially Responsible Investment Review Committee

Details are in 'Elections' section below.

Note on procedures in Congregation

¶ Business in Congregation is conducted in accordance with Congregation Regulations 2 of 2002 ( A printout of these regulations, or of any statute or other regulations, is available from the Council Secretariat on request. A member of Congregation seeking advice on questions relating to its procedures, other than elections, should contact Mrs F Burchett at the University Offices, Wellington Square (telephone: (2)80199; email:; questions relating to elections should be directed to the Elections Officer, Ms S L S Mulvihill (telephone: (2)80463; email: