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Internal News - 31 August 2005

Membership of the University Court - Nominations sought

Important notice to all full-time members of staff who are not academic staff.

The Statutes of the University provide for three full-time members of staff who are not academic staff to serve on the Court of the University. i.e. one full-time member of staff from each of the following three categories:

Members of academic staff are separately represented on Court.

Court is the formal body representing the interests of the University’s constituencies. It has about 250 members, including representatives of local authorities, MPs, representatives of other universities, colleges, schools and the professions, members of the University Council and University Officers, and elected staff and student representatives.

The Court is thus a means whereby representatives of the community can be associated with the University. It also provides a public forum where members of Court can raise any matters of concern about the University.

Nominations are now invited for the following vacancy:
one full-time member of manual staff.

The term of office for this vacancy runs from 1 August 2005 to 31 July 2008.

The current representatives of clerical/administrative and technical/research staff are Sue Oakley and Malcolm Holley respectively.

Nominations, signed by a proposer and seconder (who must also be full-time members of staff who are not academic staff) must be sent to
the Registrar by 5pm on Friday 14 October 2005.