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CRC Elections 1993*)top

Czech Technical University in Prague, 28 January 1993
Term of office 28.1.1993 - 24.2.1994
Prof. Ing. Zdeněk Kovář, CSc.,
Technical University of Liberec
President
Prof. RNDr. Martin Černohorský, CSc.,
Silesian University in Opava
Chancellor
*)  According to the CRC Statutes adopted at the constituent CRC Meeting on 28 January 1993 the Presidium is composed of two members only - the President and the Chancellor. The Chancellor is a deputy for the President and is responsible for the CRC Secretariat.

CRC Elections 1994*)top

The Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague, 25 February 1994
Term of office 25.2.1994 - 9.2.1995
Prof. Ing. Stanislav Hanzl, CSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
President
Prof. RNDr. Martin Černohorský, CSc.,
Silesian University in Opava
Chancellor
Prof. PhDr. Josef Jařab, CSc.,
Palacký University Olomouc
Presidium Member
Prof. JUDr. Karel Malý, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Charles University
Presidium Member
Prof. RNDr. Eduard Schmidt, CSc.,
Masaryk University
Presidium Member
Prof. Jaroslav Vostrý,
Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
Presidium Member
*)  Since 25 February 1994 when a new CRC Statutes was adopted the Presidium was of five - the President and four more members. The Chancellor is still a deputy for the President but he stops to be the Presidium Member.

CRC Elections 1995top

Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem, 10 February 1995
Term of office 10.2.1995 - 8.2.1996
Prof. Ing. Stanislav Hanzl, CSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
President
Prof. Ing. Jan Hron, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
Chancellor
Prof. PhDr. Josef Jařab, CSc.,
Palacký University Olomouc
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Zdeněk Kovář, CSc.,
Technical University of Liberec
Presidium Member
Prof. JUDr. Karel Malý, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Charles University
Presidium Member
Prof. RNDr. Eduard Schmidt, CSc.,
Masaryk University
Presidium Member

CRC Elections 1996*)top

Mendel University in Brno, 9 February 1996
Term of office 9.2.1996 - 6.3.1997
Prof. Ing. Stanislav Hanzl, CSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
President
Prof. Ing. Jan Hron, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
Chancellor
Prof. PhDr. Josef Jařab, CSc.,
Palacký University Olomouc
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Zdeněk Kovář, CSc.,
Technical University of Liberec
Presidium Member
Prof. JUDr. Karel Malý, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Charles University
Presidium Member
Prof. RNDr. Eduard Schmidt, CSc.,
Masaryk University
Presidium Member
*)  After Stanislav Hanzl's death († 14 June 1996) Jan Hron was charged with a function of the President (15 June 1996 - 6 March 1997). The Presidium remained without any change since the CRC Elections 1996 (9 February 1996) up to 31 January 1997 when two Presidium Members finished their rector's terms of office (Josef Jařab, Zdeněk Kovář). Since 1 February 1997 up to 6 March 1997 the Presidium was composed of three members only - Jan Hron (the Chancellor charged with a function ot the President), Karel Malý, Eduard Schmidt.

CRC Elections 1997top

Czech Technical University in Prague, 7 March 1997
Term of office 7.3.1997 - 19.3.1998
Prof. Ing. Jan Hron, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
President
Prof. RNDr. Eduard Schmidt, CSc.,
Masaryk University
Chancellor
Prof. PhDr. Josef Hlaváček, CSc.,
Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague
Presidium Member
Prof. JUDr. Karel Malý, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Charles University
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Václav Roubíček, CSc.,
VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Petr Zuna, CSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
Presidium Member

CRC Elections 1998top

University of Hradec Králové and Purkyně Military Medical Academy, 20 March 1998
Term of office 20.3.1998 - 18.3.1999
Prof. Ing. Jan Hron, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
President
Prof. RNDr. Lubomír Dvořák, CSc.,
Palacký University Olomouc
Chancellor
Doc. PhDr. Jiří Tomáš Kotalík, CSc.,
Academy of Fine Arts in Prague
Presidium Member
Prof. JUDr. Karel Malý, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Charles University
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Václav Roubíček, CSc.,
VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Petr Zuna, CSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
Presidium Member

CRC Elections 1999top

University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, 19 March 1999
Term of office 19.3.1999 - 24.2.2000
Prof. Ing. Jan Hron, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
President
Prof. RNDr. Lubomír Dvořák, CSc.,
Palacký University Olomouc
Chancellor
Doc. PhDr. Jiří Tomáš Kotalík, CSc.,
Academy of Fine Arts in Prague
Presidium Member
Prof. JUDr. Karel Malý, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Charles University
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Václav Roubíček, CSc.,
VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Petr Zuna, CSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
Presidium Member

CRC Elections 2000*)top

Masaryk University, 25 February 2000
Term of office 25.2.2000 - 25.1.2001
Prof. Ing. Ivan Wilhelm, CSc.,
Charles University
President
Prof. RNDr. Václav Suchý, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno
Chancellor
Doc. PhDr. Jiří Tomáš Kotalík, CSc.,
Academy of Fine Arts in Prague
Presidium Member
Doc. Ing. Josef Koubek, CSc.,
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Václav Roubíček, CSc.,
VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Zdeněk Vostracký, DrSc.,
University of West Bohemia
Presidium Member
*)  Since 26 May 2000 when a new CRC Statutes was adopted the Chancellor became the Presidium Member. The Presidium is of six - the President, the Chancellor and four more members.

CRC Elections 2001*)top

University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, 26 January 2001
Term of office 26.1.2001 - 31.7.2002
Prof. Ing. Ivan Wilhelm, CSc.,
Charles University
President
Prof. RNDr. Václav Suchý, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno
Chancellor
Doc. PhDr. Jiří Tomáš Kotalík, CSc.,
Academy of Fine Arts in Prague
Presidium Member
Doc. Ing. Josef Koubek, CSc.,
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Presidium Member
Prof. MUDr. PhDr. Jana Mačáková, CSc.,
Palacký University Olomouc
Presidium Member
Prof. Ing. Jiří Witzany, DrSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
Presidium Member
*)  Since 20 February 2002 when a new CRC Statutes was adopted the function of the Chancellor became extinct. The Presidium is of six - the President and five Vice-Presidents (for education, for creative activities, for economic and social affairs, for public relations and foreign affairs, for legislative and organizational affairs). Considering that according to the CRC Statutes mentioned above the elections of the President and Vice-Presidents for a one-year term of office starting with 1 August and ending with 31 July takes place in May or in June the Plenum decided to prolong the Presidium mandate up to 31 July 2002 without explicit division of Vice-Presidents functions among Presidium Members (exept of function of the Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs which corresponded to the function of the former Chancellor).

CRC Elections 2002top

Charles University, 10 May 2002
Term of office 1.8.2002 - 31.7.2003
Prof. Ing. Ivan Wilhelm, CSc.,
Charles University
President
Prof. Ing. Jiří Witzany, DrSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
Vice-President for education
Prof. Peter Toperczer, Dr.h.c.,
Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. MUDr. PhDr. Jana Mačáková, CSc.,
Palacký University Olomouc
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Prof. Ing. Miroslav Ludwig, CSc.,
University of Pardubice
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
Doc. RNDr. František Jirásek, DrSc.,
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs

CRC Elections 2003*)top

Brno University of Technology, 20 June 2003
Term of office 1.8.2003 - 31.7.2004
Prof. Ing. Ivan Wilhelm, CSc.,
Charles University
President
Prof. Ing. Jiří Witzany, DrSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
Vice-President for education
Prof. Peter Toperczer, Dr.h.c.,
Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Petr Sáha, CSc.,
Tomas Bata University in Zlín
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Prof. Ing. Miroslav Ludwig, CSc.,
University of Pardubice
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
Doc. RNDr. František Jirásek, DrSc.,
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs
*)  According to the CRC Statutes the Presidium is to be of six - the President and five Vice-Presidents (for education, for creative activities, for economic and social affairs, for public relations and foreign affairs, for legislative and organizational affairs). Considering that according to the valid CRC election procedure only 4 Vice-Presidents were elected on 20 June 2003, the CRC Plenum decided that the CRC Presidium Members would be appointed in such a way that all 5 areas defined by the CRC Statutes would be covered. The CRC Presidium decided on its 61st Meeting, held on 4 September 2003, that the function of the Vice-President for economic and social affairs would be covered by the CRC President and that the by-elections would be held on the 72nd CRC Plenum Meeting (the term of office of the Vice-President would be 5 December 2003 - 31 July 2004). The procedure proposed by the CRC Presidium was adopted by the CRC Plenum on its 71st Meeting, held on 4-5 September 2003. On the 72nd CRC Plenum Meeting, held on 4-5 December 2003, Petr Sáha, Rector of Tomas Bata University in Zlín, was elected the Vice-President for economic and social affairs.

CRC Elections 2004top

Masaryk University, 18 June 2004
Term of office 1.8.2004 - 31.7.2005
Prof. Ing. Ivan Wilhelm, CSc.,
Charles University
President
Prof. PhDr. Václav Cejpek,
Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts Brno
Vice-President for education
Prof. MUDr. PhDr. Jana Mačáková, CSc.,
Palacký University Olomouc
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Petr Sáha, CSc.,
Tomas Bata University in Zlín
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Prof. Ing. Miroslav Ludwig, CSc.,
University of Pardubice
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
Doc. RNDr. František Jirásek, DrSc.,
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs

CRC Elections 2005*)top

Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem, 16 June 2005
Term of office 1.8.2005 - 31.7.2006
Prof. Ing. Ivan Wilhelm, CSc.,
Charles University
President
Prof. PhDr. Václav Cejpek,
Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts Brno
Vice-President for education
Prof. PhDr. Petr Fiala, Ph.D., LL.M.,
Masaryk University
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Petr Sáha, CSc.,
Tomas Bata University in Zlín
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Prof. Ing. Miroslav Ludwig, CSc.,
University of Pardubice
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
Doc. RNDr. František Jirásek, DrSc.,
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs
*)  The term of Rector´s office and therefore also the CRC Membership and the CRC Presidium Membership of Ivan Wilhelm and Miroslav Ludwig has finished on 31 Januray 2006. The CRC Presidium by-elections for the term of office 24 February 2006 - 31 July 2006 were held on the next CRC Plenum Meeting (84th CRC Plenum Meeting, Olomouc, 23-24 February 2006). Petr Sáha, Rector of Tomas Bata University in Zlín, was elected the CRC President, Jan Hron, Rector of the Czech University of Agriculture, was elected the CRC Vice-President for economic and social affairs, Václav Hampl, Rector of Charles University in Prague, was elected the CRC Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs. Since 1 February 2006 up to 23 February 2006 the CRC Presidium was composed of four members only - Václav Cejpek, CRC Vice-President for education, Petr Fiala, CRC Vice-President for creative activities, Petr Sáha, CRC Vice-President for economic and social affairs, František Jirásek, CRC Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs.

CRC Elections 2006*)top

Czech Technical University in Prague, 16 June 2006
Term of office 1.8.2006 - 31.7.2007
Prof. Ing. Petr Sáha, CSc.,
Tomas Bata University in Zlín
President
Prof. PhDr. Václav Cejpek,
Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts Brno
Vice-President for education
Prof. PhDr. Petr Fiala, Ph.D., LL.M.,
Masaryk University
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Jan Hron, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Prof. RNDr. Václav Hampl, DrSc.,
Charles University
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
Doc. RNDr. František Jirásek, DrSc.,
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs
*)  After the end of Petr Sáha's Rector's term of office Jan Hron was charged with a function of the President (11 May 2007 - 31 July 2007). The rest of the Presidium remained without any change.

CRC Elections 2007top

University of Pardubice, 15 June 2007
Term of office 1.8.2007 - 31.7.2008
Prof. Ing. Jan Hron, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
President
Prof. PhDr. Václav Cejpek,
Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts Brno
Vice-President for education
Prof. PhDr. Petr Fiala, Ph.D., LL.M.,
Masaryk University
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Václav Havlíček, CSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Prof. RNDr. Václav Hampl, DrSc.,
Charles University
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
Doc. PhDr. Luboš Chaloupka, CSc.,
Jan Amos Komenský University Prague, Ltd.
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs

CRC Elections 2008*)top

Tomas Bata University in Zlín, 17 April 2008
Term of office 1.8.2008 - 31.7.2009
Prof. Ing. Jan Hron, DrSc., Dr.h.c.,
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
President
Prof. PhDr. Václav Cejpek,
Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts Brno
Vice-President for education
Prof. PhDr. Petr Fiala, Ph.D., LL.M.,
Masaryk University
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Václav Havlíček, CSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Prof. RNDr. Václav Hampl, DrSc.,
Charles University
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
Doc. PhDr. Luboš Chaloupka, CSc.,
Jan Amos Komenský University Prague, Ltd.
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs
*)  At the 95th CRC Plenum Meeting which took place in Uherské Hradiště (17.4.2008) was approved to prolong the Presidium mandate (which had the term of office 1.8.2007 - 31.7.2008) till 31.7.2009.

CRC Elections 2009*)top

University of Ostrava, 11 June 2009
Term of office 1.8.2009 - 31.7.2011
Prof. PhDr. Petr Fiala, Ph.D., LL.M.,
Masaryk University
President
Prof. MVDr. Vladimír Večerek, CSc., MBA,
University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno
Vice-President for education
Prof. RNDr. Václav Hampl, DrSc.,
Charles University
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Václav Havlíček, CSc.,
Czech Technical University in Prague
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Prof. Ing. Jiří Málek, DrSc.,
University of Pardubice
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
Doc. PhDr. Luboš Chaloupka, CSc.,
Jan Amos Komenský University Prague, Ltd.
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs
*)  The term of Rector's office and therefore also the CRC Membership and the CRC Presidium Membership of Jiří Málek has finished on 31 Januray 2010. The CRC Vice-President by-election for the term of office 18 February 2010 - 31 July 2011 was held on the next CRC Plenum Meeting (104th CRC Plenum Meeting, CRC Annual Assembly, Ústí nad Labem, 18-19 February 2010). Karel Rais, Rector of Brno University of Technology, was elected the CRC Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs. Since 1 February 2010 up to 18 February 2010 the CRC Presidium was composed of five members only - Petr Fiala, CRC President, Vladimír Večerek, CRC Vice-President for education, Václav Hampl, CRC Vice-President for creative activities, Václav Havlíček, CRC Vice-President for economic and social affairs, Luboš Chaloupka, CRC Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs.

CRC Elections 2011*)top

College of Logistics, 10 June 2011
Term of office 1.8.2011 - 31.7.2013
Prof. RNDr. Václav Hampl, DrSc.,
Charles University
President
Prof. MVDr. Vladimír Večerek, CSc., MBA,
University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno
Vice-President for education
Doc. Ing. Josef Koubek, CSc.,
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Richard Hindls, CSc., Dr.h.c.,
University of Economics, Prague
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
JUDr. Ivan Barančík, Ph.D.,
College of Logistics
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
Doc. Ivo Mathé,
Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs
*)  The term of Rector's office and therefore also the CRC Membership and the CRC Presidium Membership of Josef Koubek has finished on 31 December 2011. The CRC Vice-President by-election for the term of office 16 February 2012 – 31 July 2013 was held on the next CRC Plenum Meeting (114th CRC Plenum Meeting, CRC Annual Assembly, Prague, 16-17 February 2012). Zdeněk Kůs, Rector of Technical University of Liberec, was elected the CRC Vice-President for creative activities. Since 1 January 2012 up to 16 February 2012 the CRC Presidium was composed of five members only – Václav Hampl, CRC President, Vladimír Večerek, CRC Vice-President for education, Richard Hindls, CRC Vice-President for economic and social affairs, Ivan Barančík, CRC Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs, Ivo Mathé, CRC Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs. The term of Rector's office and therefore also the CRC Membership and the CRC Presidium Membership of Ivo Mathé has finished on 14 February 2013. It was decided at the next CRC Plenum Meeting (119th CRC Plenum Meeting, CRC Annual Assembly, Prague, 14-15 February 2013) that the CRC Vice-President by-election will not be held and that the CRC Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs Ivan Barančík will be in charge of the CRC Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs for the rest of the term of office (15 February 2013 - 31 July 2013).

CRC Elections 2013*)top

Palacký University Olomouc, 6 June 2013
Term of office 1.8.2013 - 31.7.2015
Prof. RNDr. Václav Hampl, DrSc.,
Charles University
President
Doc. PhDr. Mikuláš Bek, Ph.D.,
Masaryk University
Vice-President for education
Prof. Dr. Ing. Zdeněk Kůs,
Technical University of Liberec
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Karel Melzoch, CSc.,
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Prof. Ing. MgA. Ivo Medek, Ph.D.,
Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts Brno
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
JUDr. Ivan Barančík, Ph.D.,
College of Logistics
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs
*)  The term of Rector´s office and therefore also the CRC Membership and the CRC Presidium Membership of Václav Hampl has finished on 31 January 2014. The CRC President by-election for the term of office 20 February 2014 – 31 July 2015 was held on the next CRC Plenum Meeting (124th CRC Plenum Meeting, CRC Annual Assembly, Střítež close to Jihlava 20-21 February 2014). Tomáš Zima, Rector of Charles University in Prague, was elected the CRC President. Since 1 February 2014 up to 19 February 2014 the CRC Presidium was composed of five members only (without the CRC President) – Mikuláš Bek, CRC Vice-President for education, Zdeněk Kůs, CRC Vice-President for creative activities, Karel Melzoch, CRC Vice-President for economic and social affairs, Ivo Medek, CRC Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs, Ivan Barančík, CRC Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs.

CRC Elections 2015*)top

College of Logistics, 4 June 2015
Term of office 1.8.2015 - 31.7.2017
Prof. MUDr. Tomáš Zima, DrSc., MBA,
Charles University
President
Doc. PhDr. Mikuláš Bek, Ph.D.,
Masaryk University
Vice-President for education
Prof. Dr. Ing. Zdeněk Kůs,
Technical University of Liberec
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Karel Melzoch, CSc.,
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Prof. Ing. MgA. Ivo Medek, Ph.D.,
Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts Brno
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
JUDr. Ivan Barančík, Ph.D.,
College of Logistics
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs
*)  The term of Rector's office and therefore also the CRC Membership and the CRC Presidium Membership of Ivan Barančík has finished on 31 July 2016. The CRC Vice-President by-election for the term of office 1 October 2016 – 31 July 2017 was held on the next CRC Plenum Meeting (137th CRC Plenum Meeting, Prague, 29-30 September 2016). Jitka Němcová, Rector of Medical College, was elected the CRC Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs. Since 1 August 2016 up to 30 September 2016 the CRC Presidium was composed of five members only – Tomáš Zima, CRC President, Mikuláš Bek, CRC Vice-President for education, Zdeněk Kůs, CRC Vice-President for creative activities, Karel Melzoch, CRC Vice-President for economic and social affairs, Ivo Medek, CRC Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs.

CRC Elections 2017top

University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, 8 June 2017
Term of office 1.8.2017 - 31.7.2019
Prof. MUDr. Tomáš Zima, DrSc., MBA,
Charles University
President
Doc. PhDr. Mikuláš Bek, Ph.D.,
Masaryk University
Vice-President for education
Prof. MUDr. Jan Lata, Ph.D.,
University of Ostrava
Vice-President for creative activities
Prof. Ing. Karel Melzoch, CSc.,
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Vice-President for economic and social affairs
Doc. MgA. Jan Hančil,
Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
Vice-President for public relations and foreign affairs
Doc. PhDr. Jitka Němcová, Ph.D.,
Medical College
Vice-President for legislative and organizational affairs

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