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Elections

At the General Assembly of 2016 several researchers were (re)elected for the ENHR Coordination Committee. Click here for an overview of current Coordination Committee members.

The next elections for the Coordination Committee are scheduled for 2018, see call for elections.

2018 Elections: Call for Nominations to the ENHR Coordination Committee

The ENHR Election Committee and the ENHR Office invite you to nominate candidates for the ENHR Coordination Committee (CC). The purpose of this call for nomination is to identify candidates who will stand for election for the ENHR Coordination Committee. Five seats are up for the 2018 election.

According to the ENHR Charter there should be between 13 and 15 members on the Coordination Committee. Ten of the current CC-members will remain on the CC until 2020. Their profiles are summarised as follows:

Name

Discipline

Gender

Country

Elected until

Peter Boelhouwer

Geography

Male

The Netherlands

2020

Gunvor Christensen

Sociology

Female

Denmark

2020

Terry Hartig

Environmental psychology

Male

Sweden

2020

Lena Magnusson Turner

Geography

Female

Norway

2020

David Mullins

Geography / Policy studies

Male

United Kingdom

2020

Montserrat Pareja-Eastaway

Economics

Female

Spain

2020

Richard Sendi

Architecture

Male

Republic of Slovenia

2020

Mark Stephens

Economics

Male

United Kingdom

2020

Christiane Thouzellier

Geography

Female

France

2020

Richard Turkington

Sociology

Male

United Kingdom

2020

 

The aim is to achieve a balanced composition, enabling diversity in terms of discipline, country and gender. The final elections will take place during the General Assembly at the conference in Uppsala, Sweden on 28 June 2018.

There are a number of important things to consider when nominating a candidate to the Coordination Committee.
  • It is important to have as many candidates as possible to ensure a fair and representative election. You are therefore urged to consider standing for the election. If so, please find an ENHR-member who will nominate you. You are also urged to think about nominating another ENHR member. If so, please contact that ENHR-member to find out whether (s)he would be willing to be a candidate.
  • It is important to remember that members of the Coordination Committee are expected to attend, at their own expense, a number of meetings during the year and to be active at ENHR conferences.

How to nominate?
ENHR members can nominate a candidate or be nominated as a candidate provided that they have paid their membership fee for 2018. Members from associate institutional members are excluded.
Please fill in the nomination form on the ENHR website with the names of nominee and nominator and send the form, together with a short biographical sketch (± 200 words) and a photo, to the ENHR Office (ENHR@tudelft.nl). If you are nominating someone else, make sure that they send in a biographical sketch and photo.

When composing the sketch, it is helpful to mention the candidate’s academic position, their activities in the Network, a maximum of three key publications, and any issues that he or she feels are important for the future of the Network.

The deadline for receipt of nominations (including the biographical sketch and photo) is 31 March 2018, by midnight CET.

Voting
The nominees will be introduced to all ENHR members by e-mail and on the ENHR website shortly after 31 March 2018. All ENHR members except for associate Institutional Members are allowed to vote, provided they have paid their membership fee for 2018. We will inform you about how to vote in a later stage.

Election Committee
If you have any questions about these elections please contact the ENHR Election Committee. The members are:

  • Marietta Haffner (m.e.a.haffner@tudelft.nl)
    Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, OTB - Research for the Built Environment, Delft, THE NETHERLANDS.
  • Gerard van Bortel (g.a.vanbortel@tudelft.nl)
    Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, OTB - Research for the Built Environment, Delft, THE NETHERLANDS.
  • Lars Gulbrandsen (lars.gulbrandsen@nova.hioa.no)
    Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, HiOA, Oslo, NORWAY.

Or contact the ENHR Office at ENHR@tudelft.nl.