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No 6180

Wednesday 24 February 2010

Vol cxl No 21

pp. 601–628

College Notices

Churchill College

A lecture entitled Churchill’s College: from monster to clone, by Professor Dudley Williams, will take place on Thursday, 11 March 2010, at 5 p.m., in the Wolfson Lecture Theatre, Churchill College.

From mathematics, through physics and chemistry, to biology, the Fellows of Churchill College have made great discoveries: from the structure of DNA to the discovery of Pulsars, to more controversial discoveries such as cloning and in vitro fertilization. Churchill Fellows have been at the forefront of science and scientific debate for the last 50 years and Professor Williams’ lecture seeks to explore these discoveries and look at the impact that Churchill Fellows have had on our society both in the twentieth century and today.

King’s College

Elected to an Honorary Fellowship:

Professor Herman Waldmann

Elected to an Ordinary Fellowship from 10 April 2010:

Dr Benjamin Mestel, Ph.D.

Elected to an Ordinary Fellowship from 1 October 2010:

Dr Dominic Vella, Ph.D.

Dr Stéphanie Lacour, Ph.D.

Elected to a Research Fellowship for four years from 1 October 2010:

Mr Adam Higazi, D.Phil.

Robinson College


The College wishes to appoint a Fellow in Cell or Molecular Biology, who holds an existing research or teaching appointment in the University or one of its associated research establishments, with effect from 1 October 2010 (or as soon as possible thereafter), for up to five years in the first instance. The Fellowship would be held concurrently with their teaching or research post. The successful candidate would assist in supervising as well as in student admissions and would be provided with the usual benefits of a Fellow in the College.

Applications, including a curriculum vitae, a statement of current research and teaching interests, and the names of three referees, should be addressed to the Senior Tutor by the closing date of 24 March 2010. Applicants are asked to arrange for references to be sent from their three referees directly to the Senior Tutor, Robinson College, Grange Road, Cambridge, CB3 9AN (email, fax 01223 464806) by the closing date. Interviews will be held in April.

Trinity College


Applications are invited for appointment, preferably from 1 October 2010, to a College Lectureship in English together with a Fellowship, tenable for five years in the first instance. The successful applicant will assist in supervising and directing studies in English in the College. Expertise in and an ability to supervise on English literature of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (including Shakespeare) will be a priority for the appointing committee.

The Lectureship is tenable with or without another salaried appointment in the University. For a Lecturer with no other post, the stipend will be on a scale roughly comparable with that for University Lecturers, with placing according to experience and qualifications.

Application should be made to the Senior Tutor, Trinity College, Cambridge, CB2 1TQ, from whom further particulars may be obtained (tel. 01223 330874, email Details are also available on the Trinity College website ( Applicants should send a statement of qualifications, publications, and teaching experience, and should also ensure that not more than three referees have written directly to the Senior Tutor on their behalf before the closing date of Friday, 19 March 2010. Some candidates will be invited to submit up to 10,000 words of their written work; such candidates will be notified by Monday, 5 April and should have their work ready for submission by Tuesday, 13 April. It is expected that interviews will be held on Wednesday, 19 May 2010.