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The College proposes to award at least two non-stipendiary Research Fellowships, tenable for three years from 1 October 2001, if suitable candidates present themselves. These Fellowships may be renewed for a further period of two years. One of the Research Fellowships will be awarded without subject preference, but for the second Fellowship preference will be given to candidates whose research lies in the fields of Biochemistry, Economics, Physiology, or Social and Political Sciences. There is no age limit but candidates must have obtained a Ph.D. Degree or equivalent qualification within the last ten years or expect to be awarded one by 1 October 2001.

The Research Fellows will be members of the Governing Body, eligible to sit on College committees, and will be expected to play an active role in College life. They will be entitled to the normal privileges of Fellows and modest financial support may be available when attending meetings as participants and towards expenses associated with their research.

Applications should be sent to Professor P. Richards, President, Hughes Hall, Cambridge, CB1 2EW, by 31 March 2001, together with a curriculum vitae, the names of three referees, a statement of not more than 1,000 words outlining present and future research, and details of the applicant's present and expected means of financial support.


The President and Fellows give notice that the second Kathleen Hughes Memorial Lecture on Medieval Welsh History will be given by Dr David Stephenson, Principal, Cambridge Seminars, formerly Bowra Senior Research Fellow, Wadham College, Oxford, on the subject of The Aberconwy Chronicle, at 5.45 p.m. on Monday, 30 April, in the Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall. All are welcome.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 14 March 2001
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