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Hughes Hall

Elected into a Fellowship in Class A from 1 July 2001:

Charles William Reuben Dutton Moseley, M.A., Ph.D., East Anglia

Elected into a Fellowship in Class E (City Fellowship) from 1 October 2001:

Robert Phillis, B.A., Nottingham

Elected into Fellowships in Class B (Research Fellowships) from 1 October 2001:

Susan Jane Rosser, B.Sc., Ph.D., Dundee

Carla Sharp, Ph.D., G, M.A., Stellenbosch

BURSAR

Hughes Hall invites applications for the post of Bursar available from 1 November 2001. The College has 300 graduate and mature undergraduate students, drawn this year from forty-four countries. The College is at a very interesting stage of its development. Planning permission has been granted for a major development overlooking Fenner's, the University cricket ground. Funds are being raised.

The Bursar will be a Fellow of the College and will be responsible to the Governing Body for the financial strategy, the College's estate, general administration, and domestic affairs, and for duties in respect of the Fenner's development. Candidates should have appropriate and varied managerial experience and have a genuine interest in becoming a key part of a lively, friendly, and evolving Cambridge College. Harmonious working with staff and Fellows and a firm but understanding relationship with students are essential.

Candidates should write, by 31 July 2001, enclosing a curriculum vitae and the names of three referees, to the President, Hughes Hall, Cambridge, CB1 2EW, from whom further particulars may be obtained.

Hughes Hall is an equal opportunities employer.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 11 July 2001
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