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OXFORD NOTICES

Brasenose College

GOLDING FELLOWSHIPS

Brasenose College invites applications for one Senior and one Junior William Golding Fellowship in Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. The Fellowships are open to suitably qualified postdoctoral researchers who are carrying out research in any branch of Arts, Humanities, or Social Sciences in Oxford, either in the University or in a research institute associated with the University. The Fellowships are non-stipendiary, but include membership of the Senior Common Room with free lunches and dinners, and research and entertainment allowances. Fellows are required to have a salaried post with a tenure of at least twelve months from the date of taking up the Fellowship. The Senior Fellowship will run from 1 October 2004 for five years in the first instance but may be renewed at intervals thereafter provided the Fellow continues to hold a salaried post. The Junior Fellowship will start on 1 October 2004 and, provided the Fellow continues to hold a salaried post, will last for three years. Fellows will be encouraged, but not required, to undertake paid teaching of up to six hours a week and to participate in the life of the College. No Fellowship may be held in conjunction with a Fellowship at another Oxford College. Applications, including the names and addresses of three referees, should be addressed to the Principal (from whom further particulars are available), Brasenose College, Oxford, OX1 4AJ, and should be accompanied by a full curriculum vitae, together with an outline, not exceeding 1,000 words, explaining in non-technical language the significance of the applicant's research. The deadline for applications is 12 March.

KURTI FELLOWSHIPS

Brasenose College invites applications for one Senior and one Junior Nicholas Kurti Fellowship in Science. The Fellowships are open to suitably qualified postdoctoral researchers who are carrying out research in any branch of science in Oxford, either in the University or in a research institute associated with the University. The Fellowships are non-stipendiary, but include membership of the Senior Common Room with free lunches and dinners, and research and entertainment allowances. Fellows are required to have a salaried post with a tenure of at least 12 months from the date of taking up the Fellowship. The Senior Fellowship will run from 1 October 2004 for five years in the first instance but may be renewed at intervals thereafter provided the Fellow continues to hold a salaried post. The Junior Fellowship will start on 1 October 2004 and, provided the Fellow continues to hold a salaried post, will last for three years. Fellows will be encouraged, but not required, to undertake paid teaching of up to six hours a week and to participate in the life of the College. No Fellowship may be held in conjunction with a Fellowship at another Oxford College. Applications, including the names and addresses of three referees, should be addressed to the Principal (from whom further particulars are available), Brasenose College, Oxford, OX1 4AJ, and should be accompanied by a full curriculum vitae, together with an outline, not exceeding 1,000 words, explaining in non-technical language the significance of the applicant's research. The deadline for applications is 12 March.


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Cambridge University Reporter 13 February 2004
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