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Downing College

Elected into Fellowships from 7 June 2000:

Zoe Helen Barber, M.A., Ph.D., CTH, University Lecturer in Materials Science

Iain David Jeffrey Dupère, M.A., Ph.D., DOW, Fellow in Engineering

Elected into Fellowships with immediate effect:

Patrick Michael Dougan, M.A., PET, Fellow in Law

Sophia Demoulini, B.A., Wooster, M.Sc., Ph.D., Minnesota, Fellow in Mathematics

William Everitt Poole, B.A., Oxford, Research Fellow in English


The Governing Body of Downing College invites applications for election to a Research Fellowship, from 1 October 2001 until 30 September 2004 when the Fellowship will terminate.

The Fellowship will be open to candidates working in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Sciences, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Materials Science and Metallurgy, Mathematics, Physical Geography, or Physics.

Candidates must be graduates and will normally either be under thirty years of age on 1 October 2001 or have completed no more than twelve terms as registered research students on that date. Applications from postdoctoral candidates already in paid employment within the University of Cambridge are welcomed. The emolument of a pre-Ph.D. Fellow not holding such paid employment is at present £13,912 a year, and that of a post-Ph.D. Fellow is £14,851 a year. A Fellow who is single is provided with free accommodation in College. A Fellow who resides outside College will receive an additional living-out allowance. These figures are reviewed annually and will be adjusted in the light of any grant or stipend which the Fellow may receive from other sources. A Research Fellow becomes a member of the Governing Body of the College.

Application forms with further information are obtainable from the Senior Tutor, Downing College, Cambridge, CB2 1DQ. Forms should be returned no later than 4 December 2000. The Governing Body hopes to make an election in February/March 2001.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 25 October 2000