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General Admission to Degrees, 2001: Vice-Chancellor's deputies appointed

The Vice-Chancellor gives notice that he has, in accordance with Statute D, III, 7, appointed the following persons to deputize for him in conferring degrees on the days of General Admission.

Thursday, 28 June 2001
Morning   Afternoon  
King's The Provost of King's Peterhouse The Master of Peterhouse
Trinity The Master of Trinity Clare The Master of Clare
St John's The Master of St John's Pembroke The Master of Pembroke
    Gonville and Caius The Master of Gonville and Caius
    Trinity Hall The Master of Trinity Hall
    Corpus Christi The Master of Corpus Christi

Friday, 29 June 2001
Morning   Afternoon  
Queens' The President of Queens' Magdalene The Master of Magdalene
St Catharine's The Master of St Catharine's Emmanuel The Master of Emmanuel
Jesus The Vice-Master of Jesus Sidney Sussex The Master of Sidney Sussex
Christ's The Master of Christ's Downing The Master of Downing
    Girton The Mistress of Girton

Saturday, 30 June 2001
Morning   Afternoon  
Newnham The Principal of Newnham New Hall The President of New Hall
Selwyn The Master of Selwyn Darwin The Master of Darwin
Fitzwilliam The Master of Fitzwilliam Wolfson     } The President of Wolfson
Churchill The Master of Churchill Clare Hall  }
    Robinson The Warden of Robinson
    St Edmund's The Master of St Edmund's
    Lucy Cavendish The President of Lucy Cavendish
    Hughes Hall The President of Hughes Hall
    Homerton The Principal of Homerton

The Vice-Chancellor reminds members of the University that, in accordance with Regulation 3 for Academical Dress (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 185), the three days of General Admission are scarlet days and Doctors in the several Faculties are asked to wear their festal gowns in public. In accordance with Regulation 4 for Academical Dress, members of the University (other than those holding certain offices, and those presenting for, or being presented for, degrees) may on this occasion wear the academical dress appropriate to the degrees they may hold from other universities or degree-awarding institutions.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 7 February 2001
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