Elections to MPLS Board: Faculty of Computer Science constituency
This constituency within Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Board is comprised of a person elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of Computer Science
General Information about this constituency
This constituency is comprised of one person elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of Computer Science.
Elections to this constituency restrict candidates to persons, as defined in Statute I. This means that all full members of the named faculty are eligible to nominate a candidate or to vote, but prospective candidates who want to stand for election must be a member of the named faculty and the resident holder of a teaching, research, or administrative post in the University or in any college, society, or Permanent Private Hall.
The full term of office is four years (or less, when a by-election is held to fill the residue of the term of office for an elected member who is standing down early).
Nominations for elections to this constituency are published weekly in the Gazette and on this website as they are received and processed. The details of any nominations received can be seen by clicking on the candidate's surname in any adjacent tabs.
In the event of a contested election, candidate statements will be published in the Gazette and on this website. The details of any candidate's statements received can be seen by clicking on the candidate's surname in any adjacent tabs.