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ARTS JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP

University College invites applications for a Junior Research Fellowship, tenable for a period of three years from 1 October 2001. The Fellowship is open to both men and women, and will be awarded within the fields of English, Modern Languages, and Music. The statutes permit the election of persons up to the age of thirty-five years, but it is normally expected that the successful candidate will be under thirty years of age. A Junior Research Fellow will be entitled to accommodation in College (or a housing allowance) and the common meal. In addition, a Fellow who is not in receipt of other emoluments will receive a stipend of £13,650. The Fellow may be asked to do a limited amount of teaching for the College, for which payment will be made at capitation rates.

WEIR JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP

The College invites applications for a Weir Junior Research Fellowship in Science (including Psychology) or Mathematics, tenable for three years from 1 October 2001. A stipend of £13,650 will normally be paid, though at a reduced rate if the successful candidate is in receipt of other emoluments. It is normally expected that the successful candidate will be under thirty years of age. The Fellow will receive free accommodation in College or a housing allowance and the common meal. Further financial arrangements will depend on the circumstances of the successful candidate. The Fellow may be asked to do a limited amount of teaching for the College, in which case payment will be made at capitation rates.

In each case, further particulars and application forms may be obtained from the College Secretary, University College, Oxford, OX1 4BH (e-mail jane.vicat@univ.ox.ac.uk), to whom completed applications should be returned not later than 18 October 2000.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 4 October 2000
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