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St Catharine's College

The following elections have been made:

Elected into an Official Fellowship:
Dr J. T. Nicholls, Assistant Director of Research in Physics, from 13 February 1998.

Elected into an Honorary Fellowship:
Sir Michael Peckham from 1 October 1998.

Elected into a Sir Frederick Page Research Fellowship:
Dr L. W. K. Yim from 1 October 1998.

Elected into Research Fellowships:
Dr J. W. A. Watt, Mr N. Dew, and Miss H. A. Bulkeley from 1 October 1998.


The College seeks to appoint a Director of College Music, with effect from 15 September 1998, for two or three years in the first instance. The Director has responsibility for oversight of Chapel music, the College Music Society, and the general administration and co-ordination of the musical life of the College. St Catharine's has a very strong musical tradition and offers the Director many opportunities to work with gifted young musicians. The successful applicant should ideally have experience of organizing a choir and be able to conduct the choir and play the organ on an occasional basis. Good interpersonal skills and a capacity for administration are important aspects of the work. The post does not involve the teaching of music as an academic discipline. The duties are considered to involve the equivalent of up to two days a week during term, for which a stipend of £2,500 a year and appropriate dining rights are offered.

Application should be made to the Master's Secretary (tel. 01223 338349), from whom further particulars may be obtained. Applicants should send a curriculum vitae and the names of not more than two referees before the closing date of 7 June 1998.


A vacancy for the post of Computer Officer from 1 July 1998 will be advertised next week. For details please contact the Bursar.
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Cambridge University Reporter, 13 May 1998
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