Reporter 419, 27 April 1998
In the recent rounds of elections to the Senate, the results were as follows (the number of years candidates will serve is shown in brackets):
By and from all faculties: Professor A Edwards (Education) (3), Dr J Hewison (Psychology) (3), Professor J M Hill (English) (3), Professor P J Mackie (Transport Studies) (3), Dr J P Toner (Transport Studies) (3), Dr M B Williams (East Asian Studies) (2), Dr R Killington (Microbiology) (1).
By and from individual faculties: Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences Mr R P Williams (Education) (3); Earth & Environment Dr I Turton (Geography) (3), Dr R Butler (Earth Sciences) (1); Mathematics & Physical Sciences Dr I D Lawrie (Physics & Astronomy) (3), Professor S K Scott (Chemistry) (3); Engineering Dr R Gee (Materials) (3), Dr A Hughes (Electronic & Electrical Engineering) (3), Professor G E Andrews (Fuel & Energy) (2); Medicine, Dentistry, Psychology & Health Professor J A Davies (Medicine) (3), Dr K E Lee (Clinical Sciences) (3), Dr G I Sandle (Medicine) (3), Mr M C Towers (Healthcare Studies) (3).
Mr D M Martin (Restorative Dentistry) has been co-opted to the Senate for one year.
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