TAB Member Election 2019
This October 2019, RDA holds its annual TAB elections. After RDA’s 14th Plenary in Helsinki, Finland, 5 new members will be elected to RDA’s Technical Advisory Board (TAB). There are 14 TAB members, and the following 4 are rotating off in November 2019 as their terms expire:
- Helen Glaves
- Devika Madalli
- Paul Uhlir
- Tobias Weigel
As a result of a decision made at the last Council meeting in July 2017, the 2019 election to TAB will elect 5 members to replace the 4 who are rotating off after their terms are complete. The total number of TAB members will therefore increase to 15 after this year’s TAB Election. 8 eligible candidates are up for the election.
Voting in this election will open on 23 October 2019 at 6:30 UTC, and will close on 6 November 2019 (two weeks later) at 23:59 UTC. All RDA members are eligible and encouraged to vote. After the voting closes, balancing criteria will be applied to make sure TAB continues to represent a variety of regions and disciplines. Read more on the TAB election process and balancing criteria http://doi.org/10.15497/E9F94145-5EA1-44CC-9428-85498CF85E30
Read here the full explanation of the TAB Elections November 2019 Process and Balancing Criteria.
The newly elected TAB members will be announced shortly after 6 November 2019. The eligible candidates are listed below. View the full candidates’ profiles.
|Jeremy Geelen||Americas||Medical and health sciences|
|Mary Uhlmansiek||Americas||Medical and health sciences|
|Rob Quick||Americas||Natural sciences|
|Devika Madalli||Asia and Oceania||Social sciences|
|Sa-kwang Song||Asia and Oceania||Engineering and technology|
|Anthony Oko-Isu||Europe and Africa||Agricultural Sciences|
|Helen Glaves||Europe and Africa||Natural sciences|
|Tobias Weigel||Europe and Africa||Engineering and technology|
Voting in this election will open on 23 October 2019, 6:30 UTC, and close on 6 November 2019, 23:59 UTC. The newly elected TAB members will be announced shortly after.
Please note that you are allowed to vote for up to 5 candidates.
The results of this poll are not available.
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