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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 These Graces, other than any which is withdrawn or for which a ballot is requested in accordance with the regulations for Graces of the Regent House (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 115), will be deemed to have been approved at 4 p.m. on Friday, 25 June 2004.
1. That the regulations for University Composition Fees, as amended by Grace 1 of 10 December 2003 and 1 of 17 March 2004, be further amended as follows:1
By amending certain entries in the table so as to read:
|Category||Annual||Michaelmas Term||Lent Term||Easter Term|
Channel Islands and Isle of Man undergraduate:
|Y||Law Tripos, Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos, Oriental Studies Tripos, period abroad||2,325||775||775||775|
Courses leading to examinations for the M.Phil. Degree
By amending the entry for 'Quantitative Modelling of Industrial Processes' so as to read 'Fluid Flow in Industry and the Environment'.
By amending the entry for 'European Literature' so as to read 'European Literature and Culture'.
Courses leading to examinations for the M.St. Degree
By amending the entry for 'Applied Criminology and Management (Prison Studies)' so as to read 'Applied Criminology, Penology, and Management'.
By retitling 'Applied Criminology and Police Studies' so as to read 'Applied Criminology and Police Management'.
2. That a Erskine Chambers Prize for Company Law be established in the University to be governed by the following regulations:2
1. The sum received annually from Erskine Chambers shall be applied in equal amounts as follows:
|(a)||to provide a prize called the Erskine Chambers Prize for Company Law, which shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part II of the Law Tripos, for the best first class performance in the Company Law paper in that examination; and|
|(b)||towards the purchase of books for the Squire Law Library.|
2. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the unexpended income for that year shall be applied for the purpose specified in paragraph 2(b) above.
3. That a fund entitled the Seven Pillars Studentship Fund be established in the University to be governed by the following regulations:3
1. The donation received from the Seven Pillars of Wisdom Trust and any other sums which may be contributed by that Trust or otherwise for the same purpose shall constitute a fund, called The Seven Pillars Studentship Fund, for the advancement of classical learning in accordance with these regulations.
2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Classics, who may delegate any of their functions concerning the Fund to a Committee not necessarily composed wholly of members of the Board.
3. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide one or more annual Studentships to be known as Seven Pillars Studentships open to persons registered or intending to be registered for the M.Phil. Degree in the Faculty of Classics.
4. The Studentships shall be for the furtherance of research in accordance with the regulations governing the M.Phil. Degree in any of the subject areas within the Faculty of Classics. In the case of one or more candidates for the Studentships being of equal merit in the opinion of the Managers, preference shall be given to a candidate electing to work in the field of Art or Archaeology.
5. The Managers shall take such steps as they think fit to enquire into the qualifications of the candidates, provided that no Studentship shall be awarded on the result of a competitive examination.
6. Any candidate for the M.Phil. Degree in the Faculty of Classics will be deemed to be an applicant for the Studentships. An election will be held at a date to be determined by the Faculty Board no later than 30 September immediately preceding the first term of study. The name of each successful candidate will be published in the Reporter.
7. Each Studentship shall be tenable from the date of the commencement of the Michaelmas Term next following the date of the election until 30 September next following such date. No student shall be eligible for re-election.
8. The emolument of the Studentship shall be such sum, not exceeding the available income of the Fund, as shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The emolument shall be paid in such instalments as the Managers shall from time to time determine, provided that the Managers may withhold payment of any instalment if they are not satisfied that a Student is pursuing his or her course of study with sufficient diligence.
9. Any unexpended income of the Fund in any year (whether because there is no candidate in that year who merits an award, or for any other reason) shall be carried forward for expenditure in subsequent years.
10. These regulations may be amended by Grace, so long as the main object of the Fund, as defined in Regulations 1, 3, and 4 above, shall always be kept in view.
4. That the John Humphrey Plummer Professorship to be held by Professor Ullrich Steiner from 1 September 2004 be entitled the John Humphrey Plummer Professorship of Physics of Materials, placed in Schedule B of the Statutes, and assigned to the Department of Physics.4
5. That the John Humphrey Plummer Professorships of Cell Biology and of Applied Numerical Analysis be discontinued.5
6. That, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages, the regulations for the Norman Maccoll Lectureship be amended as follows:6
By deleting in line 3 the words 'during Full Term'.
By amending the regulation so as read:
3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend of the Lecturer, which shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board within a range approved from time to time by the Council. In addition, the Faculty Board may at their discretion pay any expenses of the Lecturer. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend and other expenses of the Lecturer, the excess of the income over that amount may be applied to pay any other expenses incurred in the holding of the lecture.
7. That the Annual Report of the Council for 2002-03 (Reporter, p. 335) be approved.7
8. That the recommendations in paragraph 6 of the Report of the General Board, dated 12 May 2004, on the Institute of Biotechnology (Reporter, p. 728) be approved.
9. That the recommendations in paragraph 7 of the Report of the General Board, dated 12 May 2004, on the establishment of a Bernard Wolfe Professorship of Health Neuroscience (Reporter, p. 730) be approved.
10. That the recommendations in paragraph 8 of the Report of the Faculty Board of Architecture and History of Art, dated 24 February 2004, on revision of Part II of the History of Art Tripos (Reporter, p. 732) be approved.
1Statutes and Ordinances, p. 160. The proposed fee rates have been calculated on a revised basis which maintains the main principles from the existing sets of agreements with Island authorities but incorporates changes by the HEFCE to its funding methodology and a slightly lower premium for research institutions. The fee rates have been agreed between Universities UK and the authorities of the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. The opportunity has been taken to include recent amendments to various courses (see the General Board's Notices on pp. 13, 95, 240, and 655).
2 See the Vice-Chancellor's Notice, p. 838.
3 See the Vice-Chancellor's Notice, p. 838.
4 The title of the Professorship and its assignment to a Faculty or Department were deferred until after the election had been made, so that the interests of the person elected could be taken into account. Professor Steiner has agreed to take up his Professorship on 1 September 2004.
5 Statutes and Ordinances, p. 670. In accordance with the Articles of the Scheme for the John Humphrey Plummer Foundation, when the holder of a John Humphrey Plummer Professorship retires the Professorship may be continued in the same or a different subject. The John Humphrey Plummer Professorships of Cell Biology and of Applied Numerical Analysis became vacant in 2001 on the retirement of the holders and applications for new Professorships were invited from persons working within very wide fields of study. Two new John Humphrey Plummer Professorships have subsequently been elected with the following titles: Developmental Biology (Grace 2 of 17 May 2000) and Physics of Materials (see Grace 4 above).
6 Statutes and Ordinances, p. 800. The popularity of the Norman Maccoll Lecture, which is on a subject in Hispanic or Portuguese studies, has declined in recent years and the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages have received a proposal from the Head of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese that the Lecture become the keynote paper in a research symposium, to be called the Maccoll Symposium, thus ensuring a better attendance. The regulations for the Lectureship have been amended to permit the use of any excess income in the fund to support such a symposium.
7 See the Council's Notice, p. 838.
T. J. MEAD, Registrary
END OF THE OFFICIAL PART OF THE 'REPORTER'
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