1 Oxford University Gazette, 27 June 2002: Notices

Notices

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NOLLOTH PROFESSORSHIP OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION

BRIAN LEFTOW (BA Grove City College, MA, M.PHIL., PH.D. Yale), Professor, Fordham University, has been appointed to the professorship with effect from 1 May 2003.

Professor Leftow will be a fellow of Oriel College.

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PROFESSORSHIP OF FRENCH LITERATURE

ALAIN BERNARD JEAN VIALA, MA (D. ÉS L. Paris), fixed-term Professor of French Studies and Professeur à l'Université de Paris III—Sorbonne Nouvelle, has been appointed to the professorship with effect from 16 October 2002.

Professor Viala will be a fellow of Lady Margaret Hall.

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CONFERMENT OF THE TITLE OF VISITING PROFESSOR

The Medical Sciences Board has conferred the title of Visiting Professor in Clinical Biochemistry on C.P. PRICE (B.SC. London, PH.D. Birmingham), currently Director, Global Clinical Research, Bayer Diagnostics Division, for a period of three years from 1 July 2002.

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MUSICAL EVENTS

University Church

The following concerts will be given at the times shown in the University Church, High Street. Wed., 3 July, 7.30 p.m.: St Charles Singers—choral concert including works by R.V. Williams, R. Shaw, A. Parker, and S. Barber (tickets £8, £5 concessions, available from Tickets Oxford (telephone: Oxford 305305) and at the door).

Sat., 13 July 7.30 p.m.: Cherwell Singers—choral concert. Works by Bach (Singet dem Herrn), Britten (Hymn to St Cecilia), and Walton (The Twelve) (tickets £8/£6, at the door).

Sat., 20 July 8 p.m.: Fiori Musicali—concert including Bach's Brandenburg Concerto no. 2 and Handel's Concerti Grossi in C and in G. Solo trumpeter: David Staff. (Tickets £15/£9, concessions £5/£3, available from 01327 352626, Tickets Oxford on Oxford 305305, www.fiori-musicali.com, or www.ticketsoxford.com.)

Sat., 31 Aug. 8 p.m.: Fiori Musicali—James Bowman sings Vivaldi, including Vivaldi's Four Seasons concertos. (Tickets: £15/£9, concessions £5/£3, available from 01327 352626, Tickets Oxford on Oxford 305305, www.fiori-musicali.com, or www.ticketsoxford.com.)

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FITZWILLIAM COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE

Mary Evelyn Lucking Prize in Medicine

The Royal College of Physicians has agreed to assist in the award of the above Prize, which has been established by the late Tom Scotson Lucking in memory of his wife, with the object of assisting students in medicine.

The Prize is of the value of not less than £500. It is to be awarded for a significant contribution or research normally completed within seven years of taking the final MB degree in the field of (a) Leukaemia Research, (b) Nephrology, or (c) Dermatology. It is open to UK residents under the age of forty years.

The Prize shall be awarded by the Master of Fitzwilliam College, the Director of Studies in Medicine of the college, and the college Bursar in consultation with the Regius Professor of Physic and the Royal College of Physicians.

Applicants are required to submit six copies of their curriculum vitae and up to five publications of original research in the field. Applicants are also asked to submit letters of application through proposers prepared to cite them for the award.

Applications should be sent to the Master, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge CB3 ODG, by Monday, 16 September.

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