Grants and Research Funding

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ASSOCIATION OF COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITIES

Development Fellowships 1999–2000

The University has been invited to make two nominations for the Association of Commonwealth Universities Development Fellowships 1999–2000. One of the fellowships is tenable at the University of Oxford.

The purpose of these awards is to help ACU member universities with their staff development needs and to develop the human resources of their countries.

Nominees should be on the staff of a university in membership of the ACU, or be working in industry, commerce, or public service in a Commonwealth country, and should be between twenty- eight and fifty years of age. Preference will be given to workers in the following subject areas: agriculture, forestry, food sciences, biotechnology, development strategies, earth and marine sciences, engineering, health and related social sciences, information technology, management for change, professional education and training, social and cultural development, and university development and management.

Fellowships will be tenable for up to a maximum of six months.

Further details and application forms are available from Mrs K. McGuire, International Office, University Offices, Wellington Square, Oxford (telephone: (2)70134). Applications must be returned to the International Office by 10 May.

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OXFORD ITALIAN ASSOCIATION

Grants to promote Italian culture

The Oxford Italian Association is offering modest top-up grants, not normally of more than £100, to assist graduate students and others to promote aspects of Italian culture in Oxford. Such grants may be used, for instance, to help stage an Italian play, to contribute to research expenses (including travel to Italy), and other activities which the committee judge to be of value in this area.

Applications, with a brief account of the project and if possible a supporting note from a tutor, should be sent by 12 March to Professor J.R. Woodhouse, 47 Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JF. Applications arriving after that date may be considered for future grants.

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