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Election to the Council: Notice

7 November 2000

The Vice-Chancellor announces that the following candidates have been duly nominated in accordance with Statute A, IV, 2 for election to the Council in classes (a), (b), and (c), and that it has been certified to him that each candidate has consented to be nominated in the class shown:

Class (a)
Candidate Nominated by
Sir JOHN BOYD, CHU Dr A. L. R. Findlay, CHU, and Dr O. O'Neill, N
Mrs A. M. LONSDALE, NH Professor J. O. Thomas, NH, and Professor R. J. Bowring, SE
Class (b)
Candidate Nominated by
Professor I. M. LESLIE, CHR Dr H. A. Chase, M, and Professor S. J. N. Dawson, SID
Professor M. PEPPER, T Professor M. S. Longair, CLH, and Professor R. N. Perham, JN
Professor M. SCHOFIELD, JN Dr W. M. Beard, N, and Professor J. R. Spencer, SE
Class (c)
Candidate Nominated by
Mr I. M. LEM. DUQUESNAY, JE Professor P. E. Easterling, N, and Dr P. B. Wilson, NH
Dr G. R. EVANS, F Professor D. N. Dumville, G, and Dr R. F. Griffin, JN
Dr D. A. GOOD, K Professor A. Cooke, K, and Dr J. D. Barber, K
Dr D. W. MACDONALD, W Dr A. L. R. Findlay, CHU, and Dr J. A. Leake, JN
Mr J. M. R. MATHESON, SE Professor K. Glover, SID, and Professor J. S. Morrill, SE
Dr G. A. REID, JN Dr J. R. F. Fairbrother, T, and Professor M. Schofield, JN
Dr L. TAUB, N Professor M. E. Akam, K, and Dr O. O'Neill, N

No other persons having been nominated, the candidates named above in class (a) are duly elected.

An election is necessary to select two members in class (b) and five members in class (c). The election will be by postal ballot, under the Single Transferable Vote regulations. Voting papers will be distributed, together with the statements provided by the candidates, not later than Friday, 17 November. The last date for the return of voting papers will be 5 p.m. on Wednesday, 29 November.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 15 November 2000
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