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COLLEGE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS, 2003-04

Clare Hall

RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

The Governing Body of Clare Hall proposes to elect one stipendiary Research Fellow and one or more non-stipendiary Research Fellows in the Arts and Social Sciences for a period of three years starting from October 2004. These are normally for applicants who have recently finished their Ph.D. Degree. Applicants who have previously held College Research Fellowships in Oxford or Cambridge are not eligible. Non-stipendiary Research Fellows will be expected to demonstrate that they have adequate financial support throughout the period of the Fellowship.

The closing date for the receipt of applications and references is Friday, 24 October 2003.

Candidates are responsible for seeing that the curriculum vitae and references reach the College by this date.

Application forms are to be obtained from the Tutorial Secretary, Clare Hall, Herschel Road, Cambridge, CB3 9AL (e-mailjrfc@clarehall.cam.ac.uk).

RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN THE SCIENCES

The Governing Body of Clare Hall proposes to elect one or more non-stipendiary Research Fellows in the Sciences for a period of three years starting from October 2004. These are normally for applicants who have recently finished their Ph.D Degree. Applicants who have previously held College Research Fellowships in Oxford or Cambridge are not eligible. Non-stipendiary Research Fellows will be expected to demonstrate that they have adequate financial support throughout the period of the Fellowship.

The closing date for the receipt of applications is Friday, 24 October 2003.

Candidates are responsible for seeing that their curriculum vitae and references reach the College by this date.

Application forms are to be obtained from the Tutorial Secretary, Clare Hall, Herschel Road, Cambridge, CB3 9AL (e-mail jrfc@clarehall.cam.ac.uk).


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Cambridge University Reporter, 6 August 2003
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