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Professorial Pay Review 2006: Notice

6 June 2007

The Vice-Chancellor, in accordance with Annex 7 of the Second Joint Report of the Council and General Board on a new pay and grading structure for non-clinical staff (Reporter, 2004-05, p. 745), and with the assistance of an Advisory Committee comprising Professor Onora O'Neill, N, (Chairman), Professor Sir Tony Atkinson (Nuffield College, Oxford), Professor Nicholas Mann (School of Advanced Study, University of London), Professor Sir Keith O'Nions (Department of Trade and Industry), Dame Bridget Ogilvie, ED, and Professor Nigel Weiss, CL, carried out an assessment of applications for a review of professorial pay received from eligible Professors. The Advisory Group were assisted by School-level Committees* which undertook the initial assessment of applications in Band 1. Progression within and between bands is not automatic and is based on contribution, as described in Annex 7 of the Joint Report, and assessed through a biennial review process. The Vice-Chancellor has informed all applicants of the outcome of this review. The number of awards made as a result of this exercise are as follows:

 
Awards
 
Eligible
Applied
Band 1
Band 2
Band 3
Band 4
Total
School
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
Arts and Humanities
57
10
21
6
7
2
9
4
4
-
-
-
20
6
Biological Sciences
60
9
24
6
10
2
9
2
4
1
-
1
23
6
Clinical Medicine
14
6
6
1
1
1
4
-
1
-
-
-
6
1
Humanities and Social Sciences
73
18
38
7
12
4
14
2
8
-
1
-
35
6
Physical Sciences
133
5
68
4
23
2
16
1
12
1
5
-
56
4
Technology
67
6
34
3
25
2
7
-
1
1
-
-
33
3
TOTAL
404
54
191
27
78
13
59
9
30
3
6
1
173
26

The following table summarizes the distribution of awards across the Schools, as at 1 October 2006, according to the information available at the time of publication.

 
Base
Band 1
Band 2
Band 3
Band 4
Total
School
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
Arts and Humanities
16
2
16
2
21
6
4
-
-
-
57
10
Biological Sciences
16
2
16
3
20
2
6
1
2
1
60
9
Clinical Medicine
2
1
3
3
7
2
2
-
-
-
14
6
Humanities and Social Sciences
11
4
23
7
26
6
10
-
3
1
73
18
Physical Sciences
41
-
34
2
34
2
17
1
7
-
133
5
Technology
18
-
33
3
13
1
3
2
-
-
67
6
TOTAL
104
9
125
20
121
19
42
4
12
2
404
54
% of Total
26%
17%
31%
37%
30%
35%
10%
7%
3%
4%
100%
100%

* Membership of the School-level Committees comprised:

Arts and Humanities: Professor Jane Heal (Chairman), Faculty of Philosophy; Professor Nicholas Boyle, Department of German and Dutch; Professor Michael Reeve, Faculty of Classics; Professor David Sedley, Faculty of Classics; Professor David Trotter, Faculty of English; and Professor Nicholas Mann (University of London).

Biological Sciences: Professor Ron Laskey (Chairman), Hutchison/MRC Research Centre; Professor Sir Tom Blundell, Department of Biochemistry; Professor Malcolm Burrows, Department of Zoology; Professor Trevor Robbins, Department of Experimental Psychology; Professor Dame Jean Thomas, Department of Biochemistry; and Dame Bridget Ogilvie.

Clinical Medicine: Professor Patrick Sissons, (Chairman), Department of Medicine; Professor Jenefer Blackwell, Cambridge Institute for Medical Research; Professor Andrew Bradley, Department of Surgery; Professor Ann Louise Kinmonth, Department of Public Health and Primary Care; Professor John Todd, Department of Medical Genetics; and Dame Bridget Ogilvie.

Humanities and Social Sciences: Professor John Bell (Chairman), Faculty of Law; Professor Graeme Barker, Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology; Professor Martin Daunton, Faculty of History; Professor Usha Goswami, Faculty of Education; Professor Sheilagh Ogilvie, Faculty of Economics; and Professor Sir Tony Atkinson (Nuffield College, Oxford).

Physical Sciences: Professor Sir Richard Friend (Chairman), Department of Physics; Professor Herbert Huppert, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics; Professor Frank Kelly, Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics; Professor Carol Robinson, Department of Chemistry; Professor Bob Bennett, Department of Geography; and Professor Nigel Weiss, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.

Technology: Professor Ian White (Chairman), Department of Engineering; Professor Dame Ann Dowling, Department of Engineering; Professor Lynn Gladden, Department of Chemical Engineering; Professor Keith Glover, Department of Engineering; Professor Arnoud De Meyer, Judge Business School; Professor Mike Gordon, Computer Laboratory; and Professor Sir Keith O'Nions (Director General of the Research Councils, DTI ).


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