Cambridge University Reporter

Roll of the Regent House

THE OLD SCHOOLS.     1 October 2007

The Vice-Chancellor calls attention to the lists, published on pages 40–73, of the names which it is proposed to place on the Roll of the Regent House for the academical year 2007–08. She gives notice that she has appointed the Registrary as her depty, under Statute D, III, 7(b), to hear publicly any objections that members of the University may make under Statute A, III, 8 to the inclusion or omission of any name. The Registary will be in his office at The Old Schools on Wednesday, 24 October, at 2.00 p.m. to hear such objections. The Vice-Chancellor requests that notice of any objections should be sent to the Registrary so as to reach him not later than noon on Wednesday, 17 October.

The draft Roll is based on data derived from the University’s personnel records. This year the new Human Resources Information System (CHRIS) has been used to update the Roll of the Regent House. Members of the Regent House are particularly asked to check the draft and to make sure that their entries are correct.1 They should note that the Roll constitutes the list of eligible voters for any elections 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 23 October will be incorporated in the definitive Roll, which is to be promulgated on 6 November.

1 Membership is governed by Statute A, III, 7 (see; for eligibility under Statute A, III, 7(e) see Statutes and Ordinances, p. 108 or