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No 6359

Wednesday 8 October 2014

Vol cxlv No 3

pp. 36–48



14 October, Tuesday. Discussion at 2 p.m. in the Senate-House (see below).

19 October, Sunday. Preacher before the University at 11.15 a.m., The Right Reverend A. Bellenger, JE, formerly Abbot of Downside.

20 October, Monday. End of first quarter of Michaelmas Term.

25 October, Saturday. Congregation of the Regent House at 11 a.m.

Discussions at 2 p.m.


14 October

25 October, Saturday at 11 a.m.

28 October

29 November, Saturday at 2 p.m.

11 November

25 November

9 December

Notice of a Discussion on Tuesday, 14 October 2014

The Vice-Chancellor invites those qualified under the regulations for Discussions (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 111) to attend a Discussion in the Senate-House, on Tuesday, 14 October 2014, at 2 p.m. for the discussion of:

1. Report of the Council, dated 15 July 2014, on the implementation of electronic voting in ballots of the Regent House (Reporter, 6355, 2013–14, p. 744).

2. Report of the General Board, dated 2 July 2014, on the establishment of the University offices of Lecturer (teaching) and Senior Lecturer (teaching) (Reporter, 6355, 2013–14, p. 745).

3. Report of the General Board, dated 2 July 2014, on the establishment or re-establishment of two Professorships in the Department of Clinical Neurosciences (Reporter, 6355, 2013–14, p. 747).

4. Report of the General Board, dated 2 July 2014, on the re-establishment of a Professorship of Surgical Oncology (Reporter, 6355, 2013–14, p. 748).

5. Report of the General Board, dated 2 July 2014, on certain University offices in the School of Clinical Medicine (Reporter, 6355, 2013–14, p. 748).

6. Report of the Council, dated 22 September 2014, seeking authority to extend Phase 1 of the North West Cambridge development (Reporter, 6357, 2014–15, p. 11).

7. Nineteenth Report of the Board of Scrutiny, dated 9 July 2014 (Reporter, 6357, 2014–15, p. 13).

8. Second-stage Report of the Council, dated 1 October 2014, on the replacement and rationalization of facilities covered by the University’s Home Office Establishment Licence (Reporter, 6358, 2014–15, p. 31).

The Report in this issue (p. 41) will be discussed on 28 October 2014.

The Leslie Stephen Lecture

The Vice-Chancellor reminds members of the University that Rosemary Ashton, OBE, Ph.D., FBA, FRSL, of Newnham College, Emeritus Quain Professor of English Language and Literature, University College London, will deliver the next Leslie Stephen Lecture in the Senate-House at 5.30 p.m. on Monday, 17 November 2014.

Professor Ashton will speak on George Eliot and the difficulty of reaching conclusions.

This lecture is open to all who are interested and there will be a reception afterwards. Senior members of the University attending should please wear their gowns (black gowns).

Office of Pro-Vice-Chancellor

2 October 2014

The Council gives notice that, after consultation with the General Board, and on the recommendation of the Nominating Committee for the appointment and reappointment of Pro-Vice-Chancellors (comprising the Vice-Chancellor as Chair; Professor Frank Kelly, Dr David Good, Professor Shirley Pearce (members of the Council); and Professor Martin Daunton and Professor Robert Kennicutt (members of the General Board)), it has appointed Professor Duncan Maskell, W, as Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Planning and Resources) for three years from 1 August 2015, and the Vice-Chancellor has agreed to confer upon him the title of Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor for that period.