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Graces submitted to the Regent House on 17 July 2002

The Council submit the following Graces to the Regent House. These Graces, other than any which is withdrawn or for which a ballot is requested in accordance with the regulations for Graces of the Regent House (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 113), will be deemed to have been approved at 4 p.m. on Friday, 26 July 2002.

1. That the Council be authorized to approve certain amendments of the Rules of the Contributory Pension Scheme.1

2. That the regulations for University Composition Fees as amended by Grace 1 of 22 May 2002, be further amended, with effect from 1 October 2002, as follows:2

SCHEDULE

Diplomas
By inserting the following entry:
Conservation of Easel Paintings
DDF
Courses leading to examinations for the M.Phil. Degree
By inserting the following entry
Technology Policy
DDF
Courses leading to examinations for the M.St. Degree
By amending the entries so as to read:
   

 Annual
£
 
Applied Criminology and Management (Prison Studies)* 3,300(2001-02)
Applied Criminology and Police Studies  
  First year6,358 
  Second year6,158 
Community Enterprise*5,541(2001-02)
Computer Speech, Text, and Internet Technology 5,241 
Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment 3,950 
English Local History1,850 
International Relations1,800 
Manufacturing10,500 
Modernism2,000 
Primary and Community Care3,295 
Public Health  
  First year4,481 
  Second year2,241 

* As these courses do not conform to the usual academical year the fees for 2002-03 are not yet available.

3. That an H. B. and Dorothy A. Whittington Fund be established in the University, to be governed by the following regulations:3

H. B. and Dorothy A. Whittington Fund

1. The capital sum given to the University by Professor Harry Blackmore Whittington, Emeritus Woodwardian Professor of Geology in the University, shall form a fund called the H. B. and Dorothy A. Whittington Fund, which shall be used for the promotion and encouragement of palaeontology in the Department of Earth Sciences.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Woodwardian Professor of Geology, the Director of the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, and one or two persons pursuing palaeontological research in the Department of Earth Sciences appointed from time to time by the Head of the Department.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied to support, by way of grants, graduate and postdoctoral students in the Department to visit Museums to study existing collections, to collect new material in the field, to confer with specialists on matters relevant to their research, to attend conferences, or to obtain pieces of equipment necessary for the prosecution of a particular research project.

4. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in future years, as the Managers shall determine.

5. The Fund shall not be available for stipends, nor may it be used for expenditure connected with the Sedgwick Museum.

4. That the recommendations in paragraph 9 of the Joint Report of the Council and the General Board, dated 13 May 2002 and 24 April 2002, on the introduction of a part-time route to certain research degrees and certificates (Reporter, p. 762) be approved.4

5. That the recommendations in paragraph 6 of the Joint Report of the Council and the General Board, dated 3 June 2002 and 29 May 2002, on guidelines for the acceptable use of computers (Reporter, p. 865) be approved.

6. That the recommendations in paragraph 6 of the Report of the General Board, dated 29 May 2002, on the establishment of a British Heart Foundation Professorship of Cardiac Surgery (Reporter, p. 868) be approved.

7. That the recommendations in paragraph 16 of the Faculty Board of Classics, dated 7 March 2002, on the regulations for the Classical Tripos (Reporter, p. 869) be approved.

8. That the recommendations in paragraph 8 of the Report of the Council, dated 10 June 2002, on the construction of a new building for the Faculty of English on the Sidgwick Avenue Site (Reporter, p. 902) be approved.5

9. That the recommendations in paragraph 6 of the Report of the Council, dated 10 June 2002, on accommodation for the Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies within the Department of Biological Anthropology (Reporter, p. 904) be approved.

1 See the Council's Notice, p. 1212.

2 Statutes and Ordinances, p. 165. The fees proposed for M.St. courses in 2002-03 were not available when proposals for other fees were published. The opportunity has been taken to include new courses which have recently been introduced. See the General Board Notices, pp. 759, 1202, and 1203.

3 See the Vice-Chancellor's Notice, p. 1210.

4 See the Council's Notice, p. 1210.

5 See the Council's Notice, p. 1210.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 17 July 2002
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