Scholarships and Prizes 2002:
Physical Sciences


JOHNSON MEMORIAL PRIZES 2003

Two prizes, each of the value of £120, are offered for essays in astronomy and geophysics (including meteorology), for award in Michaelmas Term 2003. Each prize will be awarded for an essay, written for a general scientific audience, on a subject chosen by the candidate and approved by one of the following: the Savilian Professor of Astronomy, the Halley Professor of Atmospheric Physics, or the Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics (or their deputies during vacancies in any of the chairs).

(1) One prize is open to members of the University who are reading for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts or Master of Physics and who, in the term in which the prize is awarded, have not exceeded the seventh term from their matriculation.

(2) The other prize is open to graduates of this or another university who are registered for a research or other graduate degree at Oxford and who, in the term in which the prize is awarded, have not completed four terms of such work.

Entries must reach the Head Clerk, University Offices, Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JD, or before Monday, 13 October 2003 and must be accompanied by a statement of approval signed by one of the persons listed above. The essays should generally be between 5,000 and 10,000 words in length. Neither prize shall be awarded twice to the same person. Candidates should consult one of the above-named persons before beginning work on the essays.


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