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ELECTIONS

Brasenose College

To BT Junior Research Fellowships:

MEIKE HENSMANN, MA, D.PHIL. (with effect from 1 October 1997)

ABBEY J. PERUMPANANI, D.PHIL. (with effect from 1 October 1999)

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Mansfield College

To Nathan Whitley Travelling Scholarships:

OLWEN ELIZABETH GREANY, formerly of Wolverley High School

MATTHEW KENNETH NAYLER, formerly of Ormskirk Grammar School

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To Proctor Travel Scholarships:

MARK DAVID COX, formerly of the Hulme Grammar School for Boys

AARON JAMES GUTHRIE KING, formerly of the High School of Dundee

MICHAEL ALAN POYSER, formerly of Manchester Grammar School

WILLIAM LUKE PURSER, formerly of Hereford Cathedral School

REBECCA LOUISE SIMMS, formerly of Edgbaston High School for Girls

SUSAN ELIZABETH WHITWORTH, formerly of Altrincham Girls' Grammar School

HELEN MARGARET WOOD, formerly of the University of Central Lancashire

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Merton College

To an Exhibition:

T.S.G. GRIMSTONE, formerly of St Paul's School

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St Anne's College

To an Official Fellowship in Classical Languages and Literature:

DR MATTHEW LEIGH, BA, D.PHIL.

To a Fellowship in Inorganic Chemistry:

DR JONATHAN DILWORTH, MA (D.PHIL., D.SC. Sussex), University Lecturer in Inorganic Chemistry

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St Hilda's College

To a Helen Mary Allen Exhibition in Classics:

JOANNA CHRISTY KENYON, formerly of St Vincent College, Gosport

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PRIZES

St Hilda's College

Alison Kemp Prize (Modern Languages):

GILLIAN LONSDALE

SUZANNE SKRIMSHIRE

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Economics Prize:

ELEANOR BLAGBROUGH

ANKUR GANDHI

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Eleanor Rooke Prize (English):

SAMANTHA COLE

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Evelyn Carr Prize (Classics):

JOANNA KENYON

Gertrude Easton Prize (History):

MELISSA BOUGH

EMILY WHITE

Giannuzzi Savelli Prize (French/Italian):

LUCY CATHROW

Kathleen Chesney Prize (Mathematics):

JOANNA FOSTER

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Kathleen Major Prize (Mathematics):

LOUISE PICKWELL

LAURA TIDBURY

JANE WHITTINGTON

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Kathleen Major Prize (Oriental Studies):

DAISY QUINN

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Margaret Roper Prize (Graduate Research):

KATHERINE TERRELL

Nuffield Science Prize (Biology):

CHARLOTTE RICHARDS

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Cybil Eyre Crowe Prize (Politics):

CHLOE ANSELL

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Cole and Cole Prize (Law):

RACHEL CHAMBERS

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Simmons and Simmons Prize (Law):

SADIA IQBAL

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St Hugh's College

Elizabeth Francis Prize:

CATHERINE ASTRID WYNNE

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Joseph and Nancy Burton Prize:

EDWARD GRAY

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Lorna Limpus Prize:

SOPHIE JANE LUNN-ROCKLIFFE

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Collections Prizes:

SOPHIE JANE LUNN-ROCKLIFFE

JONATHAN EDWARD STARK GREENWOLD

JUSTIN WILLIAM SHERWOOD

RACHEL SARAH CONNOLLY

JONATHAN DANIEL ROHRER

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NOTICES

Christ Church

Appointment of Censor's Office Senior Secretary/Administrator

The college seeks to appoint a senior secretary/administrator to assist the Senior Censor in all aspects of academic administration. The Censor's Office, which consists of the senior secretary and two other secretaries, deals with a range of tasks, including undergraduate and graduate records, academic appointments, teaching provision and resources, examinations, welfare and disciplinary matters, junior-member finance, and allocation of accommodation.

The person appointed, who may or may not hold a university degree, will have considerable secretarial experience, and good organisational and social skills. Familiarity with modern information technology, including at least elementary database usage, is important, as is personal initiative and the ability to solve problems.

Salary will be at an appropriate stage between clerical grade 5, stage 4 and 6 (i.e. £15,467 to £19,580, beyond which scale bars operate to £21,395). Other benefits include an optional contributory pension scheme, lunches, and car-parking provision. Annual holiday entitlement is thirty days, plus non term-time public holidays. Further details are available from the Senior Censor, Christ Church, Oxford OX1 1DP, to whom applications, including a full curriculum vitae, and the names of three referees, should be sent by the closing date, 12 June.

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Mansfield College

Sun Life Visiting Research Fellowship 1997–8 in the Oxford Centre for the Environment, Ethics, and Society

The Oxford Centre for the Environment, Ethics, and Society (OCEES) proposes to elect a Visiting Research Fellow for the academic year 1997–8 or part thereof. The fellowship is intended for a scholar who is usually based at another university in the UK or overseas, who is already provided with financial support, and who wishes to pursue academic study and research relevant to the concerns of this multi-disciplinary research centre.

The fellow will be eligible for a housing allowance of up to £4,000 per annum, pro rata, and up to £1,000 for research expenses per annum, pro rata. The fellow will also be a member of the senior common room with dining rights.

Application forms are available from the Administrator, OCEES, Mansfield College, Oxford OX1 3TF. Final applications must be received no later than 30 June, including the names and addresses of three referees. E-mail enquiries: ocees@mansfield.oxford.ac.uk; Web site: http://users.ox.ac.uk/~ocees.

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Pembroke College

Robert Browning Research Studentship in English Literature

The college proposes to make an election to this studentship, established in memory of I.R. Browning, MA, Fellow of Pembroke College 1955–64. The competition is open to all graduate members of the University of Oxford reading for a research degree in English Literature, although preference may be given to candidates working on nineteenth-century literature. The initial election will be for one year from 1 October 1997 and the studentship may be renewed for a second year. The student will receive an emolument of £500 per annum. He or she will become a member of Pembroke College and will be a member of the senior common room with certain dining rights.

Applications should be sent to the Dean of Graduates, Pembroke College, Oxford OX1 1DW, by Saturday, 21 June. Each application should include an up-to-date academic record and a statement of current research interests.

Candidates are asked to arrange for two referees to submit references on their behalf direct to the Dean of Graduates as soon as possible, and by Saturday, 21 June, at the latest.

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St Antony's College

Kirk-Greene Junior Research Fellowship in Tropical African Studies

Applications are invited for a Junior Research Fellowship to be tenable for Hilary and Trinity Terms 1998. The fellowship is intended to allow the successful candidate to write up a thesis for publication. Applicants should have successfully completed a doctorate or should have done so before taking up the appointment.

The basic stipend of the fellowship will be £7,000 in addition to other benefits. Further particulars may be obtained from the Bursar, St Antony's College, Oxford OX2 6JF, to whom applications should be sent not later than 31 July.

St Antony's College exists to promote excellence in education and research, and is an equal opportunities employer.

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University College

Temporary (twelve-hour) Lecturership in Law

The college proposes to appoint a full-time Lecturer in Law from 1 October 1997 for one year. The appointment will be non-renewable.

The lecturer will be required to teach (in tutorials and classes) twelve hours per week on average in the eight weeks of each full term. The lecturer will, in addition, be expected to play a full role in the running of Law teaching including participating in the admissions process, setting and marking college examinations, and the pastoral care of undergraduates. These organisational responsibilities will be shared with the Law Tutors (Professor J.M. Finnis, Mr A.A.S. Zuckerman, and Mr M.H. Matthews).

At any one time the college has approximately forty undergraduates reading Law and five BCL students.

Candidates must be able to teach at least one subject from each of the following lists of subjects: (a) Constitutional law; Administrative law; Law of tort; (b) Criminal law; Contract law. In addition, the lecturer will be expected to teach one or two subjects from the rest of the Final Honour School syllabus.

The appointment will be made on the stipendiary lecturers' scale at either £14,273 or £15,159, depending on the age and qualifications of the lecturer. The lecturer will be entitled to USS and to receive the common table (free lunch and dinner).

Applications, preferably using a form which can be obtained from the College Secretary, including a curriculum vitae, the names of two referees, and an indication of which subjects the candidate is able to teach, should be sent to the Senior Tutor, University College, Oxford OX1 4BH (telephone: Oxford (2)76677, fax: (2)76790), to arrive not later than 23 June. Candidates should ask referees to send their references direct to the Senior Tutor by the same date.

The college is an equal opportunities employer.

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Wadham College

Appointment of Secretary/PA to the Domestic Bursar

Wadham College will shortly have a vacancy for a secretary to the Domestic Bursar. The position calls for a high level of secretarial skills especially in audio-typing, and a knowledge of WordPerfect 6.1 and Windows. The successful candidate must be able to use his/her initiative and to deal confidently and cheerfully with enquiries from staff, students, and the general public. Salary: £12,240–£14,169 (university clerical grade 4) (plus conference bonus).

Applications, including a curriculum vitae and names and addresses of two referees, should be sent to the Domestic Bursar, Wadham College, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PN, from whom a detailed job description may be obtained. Applications should be received no later than Thursday, 12 June, and interviews will take place as soon as possible thereafter.

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