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Roll of the Regent House: Notice

1 October 2003

The draft Roll of the Regent House (i.e. the list of names which it is proposed to place on the Roll when it is promulgated in November) was published in Reporter, Special Number 2, on 1 October 2003.

Membership of the Roll in class (e) was amended during 2003 (see Reporter, 2002-03, pp. 1198 and 1246, and Grace 4 of 23 July 2003). The following persons are eligible in this class:

(i) Holders of the appointments of Senior Research Associate, Research Associate, Lecturer (unestablished), and Assistant Lecturer (unestablished);
(ii) in any College: persons holding the office of Tutor, Assistant Tutor, Steward or Bursar or Assistant Bursar; or College Lecturer (if held full time in a College or Colleges);
(iii) Computer Associates, Grades I, II, and III;
(iv) Affiliated Lecturers;
(v) holders of appointments on the staff of the Local Examinations Syndicate as Group Chief Executive, Chief Executive, Deputy Chief Executive, Director, Assistant Director, and Senior Manager;

provided that no person shall qualify for membership in categories (i), (iii), or (iv) unless he or she is also a member of a Faculty, or holds an appointment listed in those categories in a Department or other University institution which is independent of a Faculty.

Members of the Regent House are asked to check the draft Roll and to make sure that their entries are correct. They should note that the Roll constitutes the list of eligible voters for any elections to the Council or ballots that may be called during the following academical year. Notice of any corrections or amendments should be sent in writing to the Registrary at the Old Schools as soon as possible; any corrections received by 20 October will be incorporated in the definitive Roll, which is to be promulgated on 7 November.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 1 October 2003
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