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Notice of a Discussion on Tuesday, 12 October 2004

The Vice-Chancellor invites those qualified under the regulations for Discussions (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 115) to attend a Discussion in the Senate-House on Tuesday, 12 October 2004, at 2 p.m., for the discussion of:

1. Consultative Joint Report of the Council and the General Board, dated 19 July 2004 and 16 June 2004, on a new pay and grading structure for non-clinical staff (Reporter, 2003-04, p. 971).

2. Report of the General Board, dated 14 July 2004, on the establishment of a Faculty of Business and Management (Reporter, 2003-04, p. 988).

3. Report of the General Board, dated 14 July 2004, on the establishment of Readerships in the Departments of Pathology and Zoology (Reporter, 2003-04, p. 990).

4. Report of the General Board, dated 14 July 2004, on the Faculty of Economics and Politics and the Department of Applied Economics (Reporter, 2003-04, p. 991).

5. Report of the General Board, dated 14 July 2004, on the re-establishment of a Professorship of Ferroics (Reporter, 2003-04, p. 994).

6. Report of the General Board, dated 14 July 2004, on the establishment of a Professorship of Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning (Reporter, 2003-04, p. 1027).

7. Report of the Council, dated 9 August 2004, on the arrangements for University Composition Fees from 2006-07 (Reporter, 2003-04, p. 1064).

8. Report of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine, dated 13 July 2004, on amendments to the regulations for the Final Examination for the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (Reporter, 2003-04, p. 1065).

9. Review of arrangements for voting in University elections and on policy and legislative proposals: Report of the Review Committee (Reporter, 2003-04, p. 1073).

The Ninth Report of the Board of Scrutiny (Reporter, 2003-04, p. 1082) will be discussed on 26 October 2004.


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Cambridge University Reporter 11 August 2004
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