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Clare Hall


The Governing Body of Clare Hall proposes to elect one Betty Behrens Research Fellow for a period of three years, beginning on 1 October 2001. The Fellowship was funded primarily to encourage research into the causes and/or the ways of mitigating those forms of anti-social behaviour (including such as result from personality defects and disorders), which cause severe unhappiness to, and/or frustrate the talents or capacities of, those who suffer with them. Applications from scholars in Psychology, Psychiatry, Sociology, Criminology, and related fields will also be considered.

There is no restriction on age, sex, or previous standing, except that candidates may not already have held a Research Fellowship at a Cambridge College. Some preference may be given to candidates who are at an early stage of research in their career. The stipend will be £11,808 in the first instance, plus rent-free accommodation in the College or a living-out allowance, a meals allowance, and optional membership of the Universities Superannuation Scheme. The Fellowship is not renewable.

Application forms and further details, including the precise terms of the benefaction, may be obtained (written requests only, with a SAE) from the College Secretary, Clare Hall, Herschel Road, Cambridge, CB3 9AL. The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday, 6 April 2001. Candidates are responsible for ensuring that three referees write directly to the College by that date.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 10 January 2001
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