List of Executive members by year

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* First Year Representative: [[Ben Brown]]
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''"Competitions Officer" created as Executive role upon [[Constitution Amendments 2013|constitutional amendment]] at this year's AGM. The first Competitions Officer was elected, shortly after the approval of the amendment, at the AGM. A [[SGM_20131912|Special General Meeting]] was conducted on the 12th of September to replace the outgoing Treasurer.''
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''"Competitions Officer" created as Executive role upon [[Constitution Amendments 2013|constitutional amendment]] at this year's AGM. The first Competitions Officer was elected, shortly after the approval of the amendment, at the AGM. A [[SGM_20130912|Special General Meeting]] was conducted on the 12th of September to replace the outgoing Treasurer.''
== 2012-2013 (XXIV) ==
== 2012-2013 (XXIV) ==

Latest revision as of 06:36, 10 October 2019

Contents

Fun Statistics at a Glance

NB: based on incomplete data. Data subject to change as more data becomes available.

Eight-Timers Club: CK (2922 days -- 29th March 1999 - 29th March 2007)
Six-Timers' Club: 2 (1 exclusive six-timer -- Tom Bozic (2177 days -- 26th March 2009 -- 12th March 2015))
Five-Timers' Club: 4 (2 exclusive five-timers --
    Thomas Given-Wilson (1827 days -- 30th March 2006 - 31st March 2011)
    Margaret Colville (1701 days -- 3rd August 2006 - 31st March 2011))
Four-Timers' Club: 6 (2 exclusive four-timers --
    Livia Lam (25th March 2010 -- 12th March 2015, with a break in 2011))
    Chris Deigan (2010, 2011, 2016-17, 2017-18)
Three-Timers' Club: 16 (10 exclusive three-timers)
Two-Timers' Club: 40 (24 exclusive two-timers)
Total (Known) Exec: 91 (51 one-timers)
Average Exec Tenure:
    1.7692307692307692 terms
    (pop. st. dev.: 1.2193788593361783, outlier: CK (+5.120792441744414 st. devs.))
    601.935483870968 days
    (pop. st. dev.: 449.818525091051, outlier: CK (+5.1577789413173 st. devs.))
(NB: not including currently serving Exec terms)
Average Term Length of an entire Executive: 365.9090909090... days

2018-2019 (XXXI)

Term of office: 25th of October 2018 - October 2019

Non-executive/Liaison:

A Special General Meeting was conducted on the 17th of May to replace the outgoing President.

2017-2018 (XXX)

Term of office: 26th of October 2017 - 25th of October 2018 (365 days)

All members of the Executive this year were elected unopposed. With the re-election of Chris Deigan to the role of Computer Systems Officer, this marks, as far as is currently known, the first time in ProgSoc history that an individual has served in the same Executive role three times (2011, 2017, 2018).

2016-2017 (XXIX)

Term of office: 27th of October 2016 - 26th of October 2017 (365 days)

2015-2016 (XXVIII)

Term of office: 14th of October 2015 - 27th of October 2016 (380 days)

A second AGM was conducted in 2015, due to a Constitutional amendment at the 12th of March 2015 AGM, that moved AGMs from March to October, which also had the effect of truncating the term length of the previous Executive from one year to seven months.

2015 (XXVII)

Term of office: 12th of March 2015 - 14th of October 2015 (217 days)

First-Year Representative, Alumni Representative, Competitions Officer abolished as Executive roles, and recreated as Liaison roles (filled by Executive appointment), by Constitutional amendment at the 12th of March 2015 AGM.

2014-2015 (XXVI)

Term of office: 27th of March 2014 - 12th of March 2015 (351 days)

2013-2014 (XXV)

Term of office: 28th of March 2013 - 27th of March 2014 (365 days)

"Competitions Officer" created as Executive role upon constitutional amendment at this year's AGM. The first Competitions Officer was elected, shortly after the approval of the amendment, at the AGM. A Special General Meeting was conducted on the 12th of September to replace the outgoing Treasurer.

2012-2013 (XXIV)

Term of office: 29th of March 2012 - 28th of March 2013 (365 days)

All members of the Executive this year were elected unopposed.

2011-2012 (XXIII)

Term of office: 31st of March 2011 - 29th of March 2012 (365 days)

2010-2011 (XXII)

Term of office: 25th of March 2010 - 31st March 2011 (372 days)

2009-2010 (XXI)

Term of office: 26th of March 2009 - 25th of March 2010 (365 days)

Non-executive

2008-2009 (XX)

Term of office: 27th of March 2008 - 26th of March 2009 (365 days)

Non-executive

2007-2008 (XIX)

Term of office: 29th of March 2007 - 27th of March 2008 (365 days)

Non-executive

2006-2007 (XVIII)

Term of office: 30th of March 2006 - 29th of March 2007 (365 days)

Non-executive

2005-2006 (XVII)

Term of office: 7th of April 2005 - 30th of March 2006 (358 days)

"Alumni Representative" and "First Year Representative" created as Executive roles upon constitutional amendment at this year's AGM. The first Alumni and First Year reps were elected, shortly after the approval of the amendment, at the AGM.

2004-2005 (XVI)

Term of office: 25th of March 2004 - 7th of April 2005 (379 days)

2003-2004 (XV)

Term of office: 29th of April 2003 - 25th of March 2004 (332 days)

2002-2003 (XIV)

Term of office: 26th of March 2002 - 29th of April 2003 (400 days)

2001-2002 (XIII)

Term of office: 20th of March 2001 - 26th of March 2002 (372 days)

All members of the Executive this year were elected unopposed.

2000-2001 (XII)

Term of office: 27th of March 2000 - 20th of March 2001 (359 days)

All members of the Executive this year were elected unopposed.

1999-2000 (XI)

Term of office: 29th of March 1999 - 27th of March 2000 (365 days)

1998-1999 (X)

Term of office: 19th of March 1998 - 29th of March 1999 (376 days)

1997-1998 (IX)

Term of office: 11th of April 1997 - 19th of March 1998 (343 days)

1996-1997 (VIII)

Term of office: 2nd of April 1996 - 11th of April 1997 (375 days)

Name of "Society Computer Administrator" role changed to "Computer Systems Officer" upon constitutional amendment. It is worth noting that, prior to the amendment, "Computer Systems Officer" was an informal nickname for the role ("Equipment Officer" was another). This was probably due to the widely-held belief that the constitutionally mandated title did not accurately describe the role, hence the change.

Public-Relations Officer role abolished upon constitutional amendment. The position was left vacant in anticipation of said amendment.

1995-1996 (VII)

Term of office: 13th of March 1995 - 2nd of April 1996 (387 days)


(Non-executive) Publications Officer role abolished (presumably).

1994-1995 (VI)

Term of office: 16th of March 1994 - 13th of March 1995 (363 days)

Non-executive

1993-1994 (V)

Term of office: March 1993 - 16th of March 1994 (? days)

  • President: Stephen Boyd Gowing [1]
  • Vice-President: ?
  • Secretary: ?
  • Treasurer: ?
  • Public-Relations Officer: ?
  • Society Computer Administrator: ?

1992-1993 (IV)

Term of office: March 1992 - March 1993 (? days)

  • President: ?
  • Vice-President: ?
  • Secretary: ?
  • Treasurer: ?
  • Public-Relations Officer: ?
  • Society Computer Administrator: ?

1991-1992 (III)

Term of office: March 1991 - March 1992 (? days)

  • President: ?
  • Vice-President: ?
  • Secretary: ?
  • Treasurer: ?
  • Public-Relations Officer: ?
  • Society Computer Administrator: ?

1990-1991 (II)

Term of office: March 1990 - March 1991 (? days)

  • President: ?
  • Vice-President: ?
  • Secretary: ?
  • Treasurer: ?
  • Public-Relations Officer: ?
  • Society Computer Administrator: ?

1989-1990 (I)

Term of office: 16th of March 1989 - March 1990 (? days)

Non-executive:

  • Advisor: Tony McGrath

Society Computer Administrator not appointed, as ProgSoc did not have any computers at the time to administer.

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