Statutes and Ordinances of the University of Cambridge
CHAPTER XII
TRUST EMOLUMENTS

In this section

FUNDS, STUDENTSHIPS, PRIZES, LECTURESHIPS, ETC.

GENERAL REGULATIONS FOR AWARDS

Restriction of candidature: date of application.

1. Competition for any University Studentship, Scholarship, Exhibition, Prize, Medal, or other such award shall be restricted to candidates who are actual members of the University unless there is clear evidence of a contrary intention in the regulations or document governing the award. Whenever by any regulation for any award it is required that an application or an entry be submitted to the Registrary or to some other person by a certain date that regulation shall be interpreted as requiring that the application or entry shall be sent so as to reach the Registrary or other person not later than that date.

Honourable mention.

2. The Examiners are empowered to give honourable mention, in such form as they may think fit, to students who reach the standard of merit required for the award of an emolument though they fail to gain it in consequence of the superior merit of others; but honourable mention may not be given to a student who fails to reach such a standard.

3. If a University Studentship, Scholarship, Exhibition, Prize, Medal, or similar emolument is awarded, or honourable mention given, to a candidate who is a member of a House of Residence recognized by the University, the name of the House of Residence, if it is given in the candidate's entry for the emolument, shall be given in the announcement of the award in addition to the name of his or her College.

Standing and eligibility.

4. (a) For the purpose of these regulations an Affiliated Student shall be deemed to have kept by residence the three terms next preceding the term in which he or she first resides within the Precincts of the University, and to have been matriculated in the first of those terms.

(b) A person who possesses the status of Master of Arts or Bachelor of Arts shall not at any time be eligible for any University Prize, Scholarship, Studentship, or similar emolument for which only undergraduates are eligible. For the purposes of any regulation respecting the standing of candidates for other emoluments the term in which a person received the status of Master of Arts shall be counted as his or her twentieth term, and the term in which a person received the status of Bachelor of Arts shall be counted as his or her tenth term.

5. A candidate elected to any University emolument of which the tenure would normally begin at or shortly after the date of election may be permitted by the Council, for any reason which they may consider adequate, to postpone the commencement of tenure for such period as the Council may approve.

6. Subject to the decision of the Council in case of doubt, if payment of an instalment of the emolument of a Studentship, Scholarship, or similar award is conditional upon fulfilment of requirements which can normally be waived by Grace, and if the holder, by reason of deferment of commencement of tenure approved by the Council, has not satisfied those requirements during the whole, but has satisfied them during a part, of the period to which an instalment appertains, he or she shall receive a proportional part of the emolument.

Studentships and Scholarships

Restriction of tenure.

7. If the awarders of any University Studentship, Scholarship, or similar award learn that the holder has been elected to a Fellowship of a College, or has been awarded any other emolument for the support of research, or has been appointed to any office or employment in the University, they shall consider the case and may at their discretion reduce or withhold the emolument of the award.

Reduction or withholding of emoluments.

8. Subject to the provisions of any special regulations, the awarders of any University Studentship, Scholarship, or similar award may require that the whole or part of the emolument shall be used for one or more of the following purposes:

  1. (a)the purchase of books or recordings;
  2. (b)the purchase of equipment;
  3. (c)travel abroad.
Continuation of payments.

9. If payment of an instalment of the emolument of a Studentship or Scholarship is conditional upon the awarders’ approval of a report from the holder, the awarders may delegate such approval to one or more of their number. Any such delegation shall be communicated by the awarders to the Treasurer, or to any other authority by whom payment is to be made. Where it is provided that such a report must be submitted before a prescribed time payment may nevertheless be authorized by the Council if the report is submitted after that time but is approved by the awarders.

Prizes and Medals

Sources of information to be stated.

10. Candidates shall be required to state, generally in a preface to their submitted work, and specifically in notes, the sources from which their information is taken, the extent to which they have availed themselves of the work of others, or have received help and advice from a Director of Studies, Supervisor, or other person, and the portions of the submitted work which are claimed as original.

Previous uses of work.

11. Candidates shall also be required to state in the preface what previous use (if any) has been made of the submitted work, or of any part of it, and whether it has been published in whole or in part; and a Graduate Student shall further be required to state whether and, if so, how, its subject appertains to his or her approved course of research or to work submitted for a degree of the University.

12. No work submitted for a University prize shall be considered which in the opinion of the Examiners or Adjudicators for that prize is substantially the same as work published by the candidate or used by the candidate elsewhere as a thesis for a degree or for a prize before coming into residence in the University; and if part of the work submitted has been so used, or if, in the case of a Graduate Student, the work submitted has already been submitted for a degree of the University, or closely appertains to work which has been so submitted, the Examiners or Adjudicators shall have power to take that circumstance into consideration in making their award.

Exceptions.

13. Regulations 11 and 12 shall not apply to the Adams Prize, the Harness Prize, or the Raymond Horton-Smith Prize. Regulation 12 shall not apply to the Hare Prize, the Ellen McArthur Prize, the Gedge Prize, the Members’ History Prize, the Sara Norton Prizes, the Prince Consort Prize, or the Thirlwall Prize.

Prize books

Applications.

14. A prize-winner who is required or elects to lay out the whole or part of the value of a prize in the purchase of books, and who is required or desires to have the books stamped with the arms of the University, shall submit to the Registrary the title of each such book, together with a statement of its price and the cost of special binding if any.

What may be permitted.

15. The Registrary shall be authorized, after consultation with the Vice-Chancellor, to permit the arms of the University to be stamped on any book of which the title has been submitted in accordance with Regulation 14, and which the Vice-Chancellor has approved, and to issue for each such book a label recording the name and year of the prize and the name and College of the prize-winner; provided that permission shall not be given in respect of a book or books whose cost, including the cost of binding and stamping, exceeds the value of the prize.

Custody of the dies.

16. The custody of the dies to be used for stamping books under these regulations or under the special regulations for any prize shall be the responsibility of the Registrary.

Distribution of prizes and recitation of prize exercises

17. In each year, at a Congregation in the Easter Term selected for the purpose by the Vice-Chancellor, those prizes which are customarily distributed in the Senate-House shall be given by the Chancellor, or the Vice-Chancellor, to the several successful candidates; and at the same Congregation the successful candidate for the Chancellor's Medal for an English Poem shall recite his or her poem.

Deposit of prize exercises

18. Wherever the regulations for a prize or other award provide that a copy of the winning exercise shall be deposited in the University Library or in some other place, it shall be the responsibility of the author to ensure that the copy is bound or cased and identified by an inscription on the spine or cover in accordance with instructions given by the Registrary. The payment of the emolument shall be withheld until a copy of the exercise has been so deposited.

Investment of unexpended income

Unexpended income.

19. Except as otherwise provided in the regulations for a particular fund, any part of the income of a fund not expended in any year shall be accumulated by investment or otherwise, and any such accumulation shall, at the discretion of the Finance Committee of the Council after they have considered any recommendations that the Managers or other body responsible for the administration of the fund may wish to make, either be applied as income in subsequent years or be added to the capital of the fund.

Appointment of Awarders, etc.

20. Wherever the regulations for a Studentship, Scholarship, Exhibition, Prize, Medal, or other such award provide for Managers, Electors, Awarders, Examiners, or Adjudicators to be appointed by the Council or by the General Board on the nomination of another body, if it is necessary from whatever cause for such a nomination or appointment to be made after the date prescribed in the particular regulations, the Council or the General Board as the case may be (or, if the appointment cannot be considered by the appropriate body without undue delay, the Registrary) shall have power to appoint the person so nominated.

Deputies.

21. Subject to any provision of a trust binding on the University, the Council may appoint a member of the Regent House to act when there is a vacancy in a University office the holder of which is required ex officio by Ordinance to act as Examiner, Adjudicator, Elector, or Manager or in any other capacity in respect of a trust fund, or when the holder of such an office has been granted leave by the General Board under Statute D, II, 5 or 6. Such a member of the Regent House shall have the right to attend and vote at meetings, or to discharge other duties required by the Ordinance concerned, as if he or she held the University office specified therein.

SPECIAL REGULATIONS

2009 Computer Laboratory Research Students Fund

Title and Purpose.

1. There shall be a fund called the 2009 Computer Laboratory Research Students Fund. The aim of the Fund shall be the support of doctoral research students of the Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge.

Management Committee.

2. The Fund shall be managed by the Faculty Board of Computer Science and Technology, who may delegate any of their functions concerning the Fund to a Committee not necessarily composed wholly of members of the Board.

Application.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied by the Managers to provide financial support to doctoral research students of the Computer Laboratory. The support may contribute towards the following:

  1. (i)a maintenance payment to a level determined from time to time by the Managers,
  2. (ii)a payment to meet the student's University and College fees,
  3. (iii)other costs such as additional training, equipment, travel expenses, conferences etc., according to the discretion of the Managers.

In considering a student for an award from the Fund the Managers shall have regard to evidence of academic merit.

Eligibility.

4. In order to be eligible for support a candidate must have been accepted to follow a course of research towards the Ph.D. Degree in the Computer Laboratory and have been admitted, or be seeking admission by the Board of Graduate Studies as a registered Graduate Student in the University. If the candidate is not already a member of the University he or she shall become such by being matriculated before the end of the Michaelmas Term next after his or her acceptance as a doctoral student, provided that for good cause the Managers may allow matriculation to be deferred until a later date.

Named Students.

5. Recipients of an award may, at the discretion of the Managers and with the agreement of the individual donors, be designated as Named Students, and each such Studentship shall include reference to the name of a person or body that has contributed to the Fund.

Unexpended income.

6. Any unexpended income may, at the discretion of the Managers, either be added to the capital of the Fund, or accumulated for use as income in any one or more subsequent years, or applied to the benefit of doctoral students in the Computer Laboratory more generally.

7. In exceptional circumstances the Managers may use such part or parts of the capital of the Fund not earmarked for endowment purposes as they shall determine to support students as set out in Regulation 3 above.

AT&T Cambridge Laboratories Prize in Communications Engineering

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £5,000 given to the University by AT&T Cambridge Laboratories shall form a fund called the AT&T Cambridge Laboratories Prize Fund, which shall be used to provide a prize called the AT&T Cambridge Laboratories Prize in Communications Engineering.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Engineering Tripos to a candidate who achieves distinction in any area of electrical or information engineering in that Tripos, unless the Awarders are of the opinion that there is no candidate of sufficient merit to receive the Prize.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be the net annual income of the Fund.

Accumulated income.

4. The Awarders shall be empowered to use accumulated income to provide an additional Prize or Prizes not exceeding such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Engineering within a range approved from time to time by the Council. Any unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

C. C. Abbott Fund

Title and purpose.

The money received from the bequest of the late Professor C. C. Abbott, of Gonville and Caius College, shall form a fund called the Abbott Fund the income of which shall be used for the supplementation of funds made available by the University to the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate to make purchases for the Museum.

Adams Prize

Endowments, 1904, p. 393

Prize.

1. The Adams Prize shall be awarded each year for achievements in research in any branch of the mathematical sciences, pure or applied, including astronomy.

Adjudicators.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by a Board of five Adjudicators, comprising:

  1. (a)two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Mathematics;
  2. (b)two persons appointed by the Council of St John's College;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the Royal Society, who shall be a Fellow of the Society not resident in Cambridge.

Adjudicators shall be appointed in the Easter Term to serve for four years from 1 October following their appointment. The Faculty Board of Mathematics shall appoint one of the Adjudicators in class (a) to be Chairman of the Adjudicators. Each Adjudicator shall receive from the Adams Prize Fund, unless there are no candidates, such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Mathematics within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

The Secretary of the Faculty Board of Mathematics shall act as Secretary to the Adjudicators.

Who may compete.

3. The Prize shall be open to any person who, on 31 October preceding the year in which the Prize is to be awarded,

  1. (a)holds an appointment in the United Kingdom, either in a university or in some other institution;
  2. and
  3. (b)is under forty years of age, provided that in exceptional circumstances the Adjudicators may relax this age limit.

Any question relating to eligibility shall be determined by the Adjudicators, whose decision shall be final.

Announcement of subject.

4. Not later than the last day of the Lent Term each year the Adjudicators shall give notice of the general area of research in which the Prize for the following calendar year is to be offered. The Adjudicators shall advertise the Prize widely within the United Kingdom and shall invite applications. Any person qualified under Regulation 3 who wishes to be a candidate for the Prize shall send to the Secretary to the Adjudicators, not later than 31 October next following, six copies of an application comprising a curriculum vitae and a list of publications, together with six copies of the work or works, either published or unpublished, which he or she wishes the Adjudicators to take into account.

5. The Adjudicators shall have power to obtain opinions from referees on the works submitted by candidates, and to authorize payment to a referee of such fee as they may determine in each particular case within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Award.

6. The Prize shall be awarded not later than the last day of the Lent Term next following the closing date for applications.

Value.

7. The value of the Prize in any year shall be the income of the Prize Fund in the previous financial year, after meeting any expenses of advertising the Prize and of selecting the winner. The Prize shall be paid in three equal portions as follows:

  1. (a)one-third to the prize-winner on the announcement of the award;
  2. (b)one-third to the institution to which the prize-winner is affiliated at the time when the award is announced, to meet the expenses of his or her research;
  3. (c)one-third to the prize-winner on the acceptance for publication within two years from the award of the Prize, by the editor of an internationally recognized journal, of a substantial original article (normally of at least twenty-five printed pages) of which the prize-winner is an author, surveying the general field of his or her research. In special circumstances the Adjudicators may allow an extension of the time period for acceptance of publication. If the prize-winner fails to satisfy this condition, or fails to apply for an extension within the time period, then the outstanding portion of the Prize shall be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in subsequent years, as the Faculty Board of Mathematics shall determine.
When no Prize is awarded.

8. If in any year the Prize is not awarded the income for the year in question shall be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in subsequent years, as the Faculty Board of Mathematics may determine.

9. These regulations may be amended from time to time by the University, subject to the consent of the Council of St John's College.

Aeronautical Research Fund

Grace 6 of 6 July 2005; amended by Grace 2 of 12 November 2008

The capital and the income of the Fund derived from the benefaction by Sir John Davenport Sidderley of £10,000 over a period of seven years ending in 1942, accepted by the University by Grace 1 of 22 October 1935, and now known as the Aeronautical Research Fund, shall be applied at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Engineering to support the general area of aeronautical research within that Department.

Alcuin Lectureship

Fund.

1. The benefaction of the Right Hon. Sir Leon Brittan, of Trinity College, shall form a fund called the Alcuin Lecture Fund, the capital and the income of which shall be used to provide an annual lecture called the Alcuin Lecture.

Lecturer.

2. The appointment of the Alcuin Lecturer shall be made annually by the Vice-Chancellor. The Lecturer shall deliver one lecture in the University on a subject concerning the relationship between the United Kingdom and European institutions.

Sidney Allen Prize

Grace 1 of 11 June 2008

Fund, prize, and purpose

1. The sum of £2,500 given to the University under Gift Aid arrangements by Professor P. H. Matthews, Emeritus Professor of Linguistics, in memory of Professor W. Sidney Allen, formerly Professor of Comparative Philology, shall form a fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Sidney Allen Prize. The Prize shall be awarded for distinction in Linguistics, where Linguistics is understood to include the study of language in general, and the study of the history and structure of specific languages or families of languages.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded annually by, jointly, the Chairman of Examiners for the Linguistics Tripos, and the Chairman of Examiners for Part II of the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos, for a distinguished overall performance in Linguistics by a candidate who is in her or his final year of study for the Linguistics Tripos or the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos.

Who are eligible.

3. To be eligible for consideration for the Prize a candidate shall have offered in her or his final year of study at least three papers available in the Linguistics Tripos or the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos relating to the study of language in general, or the study of the history and structure of specific languages or families of languages. The Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages shall announce from time to time the papers in the Triposes designated as meeting the requirements for the Prize.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be determined by the Examiners.

If not awarded.

5. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Allen, Meek, and Read Fund for Research Scholarships

Fund.

1. The investments representing the Allen, W. A. Meek, and Amy Mary Preston Read Funds shall form a fund known as the Allen, Meek, and Read Fund for Research Scholarships.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied to the maintenance of such number of Allen, W. A. Meek, and Amy Mary Preston Read Scholars as shall be determined from time to time by the Board of Graduate Studies, who shall be the Electors to the Scholarships.

Duties of Scholars.

3. It shall be the duty of a Scholar to undertake literary or scientific research. The Scholarships shall be open to graduates of the University and holders of the Certificate of Advanced Study in Mathematics who propose to undertake research as registered Graduate Students in any branch of study within the University, but the Electors shall give preference in awarding an Allen Scholarship to subjects in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, and shall give preference in awarding a Meek Scholarship to subjects in the biological and physical sciences, including mathematics, geography, technology, medicine, and veterinary medicine.

Applications.

4. Applications shall be made in such manner as may be provided for by the Board of Graduate Studies from time to time.

Tenure.

5. The tenure of a Scholarship shall not exceed three years and shall not extend beyond the Scholar's twelfth term of research as a registered Graduate Student.

Value.

6. The value of a Scholarship shall be determined by the Electors within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Grants.

7. The Electors may make grants to Scholars from any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund.

HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Fund

Grace 3 of 23 April 2008

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of £8m received by the University from HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal shall form a fund to be known as the HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Fund which shall be used to promote the study of Islam.

Administration Committee.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be under the control of a Committee consisting of the Chairman of the Council of the School of Arts and Humanities who shall be Chairman; the Chairman of the Council of the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences; the Chairman of the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; the Head of the Department of Middle Eastern Studies; and the Director of the HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Centre of Islamic Studies.

Application of Fund.

3. The expendable portion of the Fund shall be applied:

  1. (i)to the payment of the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs of a University Lecturer, to be known as the HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Lecturer in Islamic Studies, in the Department of Middle Eastern Studies, who shall be the Assistant Director of the HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Centre of Islamic Studies;
  2. (ii)to support the activities of the HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Centre of Islamic Studies as the Committee of Management shall determine including making grants to the Director and Assistant Director of the Centre to meet travelling or other expenses incurred in connection with these activities;
  3. (iii)to support such number of postdoctoral and visiting fellowships and postgraduate scholarships in Islamic Studies as the Committee of Management of the Centre shall determine;
  4. (iv)to reimburse the University for any sums that it has made available from its own resources in order to underwrite the income available for the Centre during the first ten years of its life.
Unexpended income.

4. Any expendable portion of the Fund that is not applied under Regulation 3 in any financial year may be accumulated and expended in any one or more subsequent years.

Alterations.

5. The University shall have the power to alter these regulations by Grace on the recommendation of the Managers, subject to the approval of HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal.

Anaesthesia Fund

Title.

1. The moneys given to the University by the Trustees of the Cambridge University Anaesthesia Trust shall form a fund called the Anaesthesia Fund.

Purpose.

2. The capital and income of the Fund shall be placed at the disposal of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine and shall be used for the purpose of promoting education and research in the University in the field of anaesthesia and related subjects.

Anglia Television Fund

Title.

1. The sum of £10,000 given to the University in 1975 by Anglia Television Limited to mark the election of Professor Glyn Daniel to the Disney Professorship of Archaeology shall form a fund called the Anglia Television Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income from the fund shall be applied

  1. (a)to provide a prize, to be called the Anglia Prize, which shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos to the candidate for that Part who has shown the greatest distinction in the subject Archaeology;
  2. (b)to further the training of archaeologists by the award of grants, at the discretion of the Disney Professor, for excavations, field classes, and visits organized by the Department of Archaeology.
Value of Prize.

3. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Disney Professor within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Tom ap Rees Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums subscribed in memory of Thomas ap Rees, Fellow of Gonville and Caius College and Professor of Botany, shall form a fund called the Tom ap Rees Fund, the income of which shall be used to make grants to students working in the Department of Plant Sciences, whether undergraduates or postgraduates, who are in need of financial assistance in connection with their studies.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Plant Sciences and two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Unexpended income.

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

Arberry Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Name and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by Mrs Sarina Arberry in memory of her late husband, Arthur John Arberry, Sir Thomas Adams's Professor of Arabic from 1947 to 1969, shall form a fund called the Arberry Fund, the income of which shall be used to foster an interest in Arabic and Persian studies in English-speaking parts of the Commonwealth by means of a scholarship to be called the Professor A. J. Arberry Travelling Scholarship, which shall be used for the purpose of assisting students to visit an Arabic-speaking or Persian-speaking country.

Who are eligible.

2. The Scholarship shall be restricted to students whose mother-tongue is English and who are citizens of the Commonwealth of Nations.

Awarders.

3. The Awarders of the Scholarship shall be the Head of the Department of Middle Eastern Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in the Department.

How awarded.

4. The Scholarship shall be awarded to a student who has shown distinction in Arabic or in Persian or in Arabic and Persian in any Part of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos [or in either Part of the Oriental Studies Tripos]2, preference being given to a student who has shown distinction in both subjects.

When awarded.

5. The Scholarship shall be awarded in 1973 and thereafter at intervals of not less than three years whenever a suitable candidate applies.

Applications.

6. A suitably qualified student who wishes to apply for the Scholarship shall send an application, together with details of his or her performance in the Tripos and a short description of the proposed travel, to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than the first day of General Admission to Degrees.

Value.

7. The value of the Scholarship shall be such sum not less than three years’ income of the Fund as the Awarders may determine at the time of the award.

Date of award.

8. The award shall be made not later than four weeks after the first day of General Admission to Degrees.

Report on travel.

9. The Scholar shall send a short report on his or her travel to the Awarders so as to reach them not later than the division of the term next following the term or vacation in which the travel is completed.

Department of Architecture Design Teaching Fund

Grace 2 of 5 November 2008

Title and purpose.

1. The moneys donated and covenanted in response to the appeal held by the Department of Architecture shall form a fund to be called the Department of Architecture Design Teaching Fund, the income and that portion of the capital that has not been specified as being permanent capital, shall be used to support the teaching of architectural design in the Department of Architecture.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Architecture and two other members of the Department appointed by the Faculty Board of Architecture and History of Art for periods of four years at a time.

3. 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 may determine.

Additional income.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 1, the income of the Fund shall be applied from time to time, at the discretion of the Managers, to assist in any other way the promotion and encouragement of teaching in architectural design in the University.

Armourers and Brasiers Prizes and Medal

Title and purpose.

1. The sum made available annually by the Armourers and Brasiers’ Company shall be used to provide two prizes called the Armourers and Brasiers Prizes.

How awarded.

2. The Prizes shall be awarded by the Examiners for the subject Materials Science and Metallurgy in the Natural Sciences Tripos, one by the Examiners for that subject in Part II for a distinguished performance in that examination and one by the Examiners for that subject in Part III for a distinguished performance in that examination.

Medal.

3. The winner of the Prize for Part III shall also be awarded a medal provided by the Armourers and Brasiers’ Company.

W. D. Armstrong Fund

Grace 6 of 17 December 2008

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £1.6m received by the University under the Will of the late Dr W. D. Armstrong shall form a fund, to be entitled the W. D. Armstrong Fund, to encourage the application of Engineering in Medicine in the University.

Managers.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to a Committee of Managers consisting of:

  1. (a)the Head of the School of Technology;
  2. (b)the Head of the School of Clinical Medicine;
  3. (c)the Head of the Department of Engineering;
  4. (d)the Head of the Department of Medicine;
  5. (e)the Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology;
  6. (f)one person appointed by the Council of the School of Clinical Medicine.

3. The member in class (f) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following her or his appointment. If one or more of the offices in classes (a)–(f) are held by the same person or if one or more of these offices is vacant or its tenure has expired, the Faculty Boards of Engineering and Clinical Medicine shall appoint one or more additional Managers so as to ensure that there are always six Managers.

4. The income, and under exceptional circumstances the capital, of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers in accordance with Regulation 1.

Ashby Scholarship Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums donated by and in honour of Professor M. F. Ashby, CBE, FRS, FREng, formerly Professor of Engineering and Royal Society Research Professor, shall form a fund called the Ashby Scholarship Fund for the benefit of postgraduate students undertaking research in Mechanics and Materials and related areas in the Department of Engineering.

Scholarship.

2. The income, and that part of the capital of the Fund not earmarked by the donors for endowment, shall be used for the provision of a Scholarship to be called the Ashby Scholarship in Mechanics and Materials.

Electors.

3. The Electors to the Scholarship shall be the Head of the Department of Engineering, the Head of the relevant Division, and one member of staff of this Division who shall be appointed by the Faculty Board of Engineering in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following her or his appointment.

Who are eligible.

4. In order to be eligible for the Scholarship a candidate must have been admitted, or be seeking admission, as a registered Graduate Student for research towards the Ph.D. Degree in the Department of Engineering.

Tenure.

5. The Scholarship shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, and may be renewed by the Electors for a second or third year but normally no longer.

Provisions.

6. The Scholarship shall provide:

  1. (a)a maintenance payment to be determined by the Electors,
  2. (b)a payment to meet the Scholar’s University and College fees,
  3. (c)a contribution to other costs such as equipment and travel expenses according to the discretion of the Electors.

F. W. Aston Fund

Title.

1. The money received from the bequest of the late Francis William Aston shall constitute a fund called the F. W. Aston Fund.

Application.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied, on the recommendation of the Cavendish Professor, to pay the expenses of members of the teaching staff and Graduate Students working in the Cavendish Laboratory who wish to visit other laboratories or attend scientific conference in connection with their work.

BAE Systems Nevill Mott Prizes

Prizes.

1. The sum made available annually by BAE Systems in recognition of the contribution to Semiconductor Physics made by Sir Nevill Mott, CH, FRS, formerly Cavendish Professor of Experimental Physics, shall be used to provide two BAE Systems Nevill Mott Prizes.

How awarded.

2. The Prizes shall be awarded by the Examiners for the subject Experimental and Theoretical Physics in Part III of the Natural Sciences Tripos to the two candidates who acquit themselves with the greatest distinction in project work in that examination, one Prize being awarded for an experimental project and one Prize for a theoretical project.

BBV Foundation Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. Grants received from the BBV Foundation, Bilbao, shall form a fund called the BBV Foundation Fund for the support of a BBV Foundation Visiting Professor or BBV Foundation Visiting Fellows.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by a Board of Managers consisting of:

  1. (a)the Vice-Chancellor (or a duly appointed deputy) as Chairman;
  2. (b)two persons appointed by the General Board on their own nomination;
  3. (c)six persons appointed by the General Board, one on the recommendation of each of the following bodies: the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences, the Council of the School of Clinical Medicine, the Council of the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences, the Council of the School of the Physical Sciences, the Council of the School of Technology, and the Council of the School of Arts and Humanities;
  4. (d)three persons appointed by the General Board on the recommendation of the BBV Foundation.

Managers in classes (b)–(d) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Visiting Professor.

3. A BBV Foundation Visiting Professor shall be elected from time to time by the General Board under the authority of Statute D, XV, 1(c)(iii) and on the advice of the Managers. The title of a particular Professorship shall be determined by the Board on the occasion of each election.

Visiting Fellows.

4. Elections to BBV Foundation Visiting Fellowships shall be made by the Managers subject to the approval of the General Board.

Who are eligible.

5. The persons eligible to hold Visiting Professorships or Fellowships shall be scholars and scientists of Spanish nationality working anywhere in the world, and scholars and scientists not of Spanish nationality but working permanently in Spain.

Tenure.

6. The tenure of a Visiting Professor or Fellow shall normally be for a period of not less than three months and not more than one year, as determined by the General Board on the occasion of each election. During the period of tenure a Visiting Professor or Fellow shall be required to reside in the University unless granted leave of absence by the General Board.

Emoluments.

7. The first charge on the Fund shall be the stipend and travelling expenses of persons elected to a Professorship or Fellowship and any costs incurred in the holding of the elections. The Managers may, subject to the approval of the General Board, authorize the payment of additional sums towards the expenses of a Professor or a Fellow. Any excess of income over expenditure shall be carried forward for use in a subsequent year.

Quorum.

8. No resolution of the Managers shall be valid unless approved by a majority consisting of at least four of their number at a meeting to which all the Managers have been summoned.

BP Institute Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sums received from British Petroleum plc for the support of work in Petroleum Science shall form a fund called the BP Institute Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be under the control of a Board of Managers who shall be:

  1. (a)three persons appointed by the General Board, two of whom shall be appointed on the nomination of British Petroleum plc;
  2. (b)the Heads of the Departments of Earth Sciences, of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, of Chemistry, of Engineering, and of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, or their representatives;
  3. (c)the BP Professor of Petroleum Science;
  4. (d)one person appointed by the Council of the School of the Physical Sciences and one by the Council of the School of Technology;
  5. (e)not more than three persons co-opted at the discretion of the Managers.

Members of the Board of Managers in classes (a) and (d) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. Members in class (e) shall serve until 31 December of the year in which they are co-opted or of the following year, as the Managers shall determine at the time of their co-optation.

3. The General Board shall appoint one of the Managers in class (a) to be Chairman. The Managers shall elect one of their number to act as Secretary.

Duties.

4. The Managers shall be responsible for the administration of the Fund in support of teaching and research in Petroleum Science, for guiding the work of the Institute, and for encouraging collaboration with cognate Departments in the area of Petroleum Science.

Professor.

5. The first charge on the Fund shall be the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs payable by the University in respect of the BP Professor of Petroleum Science, and of the holders of such other University offices and posts as may be established from time to time by the University or the General Board as a charge on the Fund.

6. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 5, the capital and the income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers for the support of work in Petroleum Science in the Institute.

Unexpended income.

7. 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 may determine.

James Baird Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of £720,000 received under the Will of Mrs A. D. Sennitt shall form a fund which, in accordance with the terms of the Will, shall be called the James Baird Fund and shall be used to assist postgraduate students of the University in undertaking research in Medicine.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by a Board of Managers consisting of:

  1. (a)the Regius Professor of Physic;
  2. (b)two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology.

Managers in classes (b) and (c) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. The Managers shall elect annually one of their number as Chairman. The Secretary of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine shall act as Secretary to the Managers.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used for the purpose specified in Regulation 1, by the award of grants or bursaries to postgraduate students of the University engaged in research in Medicine, or by the award of grants to the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine for the assistance of such students in undertaking such research.

Alteration of regulations.

4. The foregoing regulations, except Regulation 1, shall be subject to alteration by Grace, provided that the regulations shall always be in accordance with the terms of Mrs Sennitt's Will.

George Peter Baker Prize in Medicine

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums given by George Peter Baker, M.D., of Trinity College, shall form a fund for the purpose of awarding a prize in Medicine to candidates for Part II of the Final M.B. Examination.

Title.

2. The title of the Prize shall be the George Peter Baker Prize in Medicine.

How awarded.

3. A Prize shall be awarded each year to the candidate who achieves the highest combined score in the multiple choice, extended matching, and structured-answer components of Part II of the Final M.B. Examination held in that academical year.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

Stanley Baldwin Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University in memory of the Right Honourable Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, of Trinity College, sometime Chancellor of the University, by the Mary Kinross Charitable Trust shall form a fund for the encouragement of the study of British political history in the years 1919 to 1939.

Managers.

2. The Faculty Board of History shall be the Managers of the Fund. The Faculty Board may delegate any or all of their functions under these regulations to a Committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Faculty Board.

Studentships.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of one or two Stanley Baldwin Studentships, which may be awarded by the Managers to any Graduate Student pursuing or intending to pursue in the University a course of study or research in the field specified in Regulation 1. A Studentship shall be awarded for one year in the first instance and may be renewed for a period of one year at a time, subject to a maximum tenure of three years.

Value.

4. The value of each Studentship shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Applications.

5. Each year in the Michaelmas Term the Managers shall publish a Notice inviting applications for the Studentships, indicating the date by which applications shall be received. The names of the successful candidates shall be published not later than 30 June next following.

Grants from Fund.

6. From any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund the Managers may make grants to Graduate Students working on the period specified in Regulation 1 to assist in meeting the expenses of research consistent with the object of the Fund.

Balfour Fund and Studentship

Endowments, 1904, pp. 347–50

Name and purpose.

1. The fund shall be called the Balfour Fund and shall be devoted to the furtherance of original research in Biology.

Administration by Managers and Faculty Board of Biology.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to three Managers, in conjunction with the Faculty Board of Biology, which Faculty Board is hereinafter called the Board. Appointments of Managers shall be made by the Board, and shall be for a period of five years in each case. Managers may be either members of the Board or not, and retiring Managers shall be re-eligible. All the powers of the Managers may be exercised by a majority of those present at a meeting, provided that two Managers at least be present.

3. The income accruing from the Fund shall be applied:

  1. Balfour Studentship.
    (a)to endow a Studentship, to be called the Balfour Studentship, the holder of which shall undertake original research in Biology, especially Animal Morphology;
  2. (b)to further, by occasional grants of money, original research in the same subject.
Value of Studentship.

4. The annual value of the Studentship shall be determined for each year of the Student's tenure by the Board on the recommendation of the Managers and within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Nomination to Board by Managers.

5. The Managers shall, when they decide that the income of the Fund in any year together with the accumulated income of the Fund is sufficient to enable a vacancy to be filled, nominate a person duly qualified in their opinion to the Board for election, and the Board shall, if they see fit, elect the person so nominated. The Managers shall give such notice of the vacancy or expected vacancy as they shall think desirable, and the Managers in nominating a person for election shall take into consideration the qualifications of all candidates whose names are sent in to them.

No examination.

6. The Studentship shall not be awarded by the result of a competitive examination.

7. Subject to the foregoing provision the Managers of the Board may take such steps as they may think fit to inquire into the qualifications of the candidates.

Not confined to members of the University.

8. Candidature for the Studentship shall be open, but the Student, if not a member of the University, must become such before the end of the term next after election and remain such during tenure.

Student to be devoted to biological research,

9. The Student during his or her tenure of the Studentship shall undertake original biological research, and shall not systematically follow any business or profession or engage in any educational or other work which in the opinion of those entrusted with the administration of the Fund would interfere with the Student's inquiries.

failing which may be removed,

10. If the Managers shall at any time learn that the Student is following any such business or profession, or has undertaken any such work, as would in their opinion interfere with the Student's inquiries, they shall at once call upon him or her to desist from the same, and if the Student shall refuse or neglect so to do they shall report the circumstances to the Board, and the Board may, if they think fit, remove such Student from the Studentship.

or for other causes.

If the Managers shall be of opinion that, through any other causes, such as confirmed ill health or want of diligence, the Student is not fulfilling and is not likely to fulfil the objects of the Studentship, they shall report accordingly to the Board, and the Board may, if they see fit, remove such Student from the Studentship.

Place and nature of studies:
diligence and progress.

11. The place and nature of the studies of the Student shall be subject to the approval of the Managers provided that the Student shall be bound to study within the University during at least three terms during the tenure of the Studentship unless the Managers shall, with the approval of the Board, dispense with this requirement for special reasons. The Managers shall take such steps as they may think necessary to satisfy themselves as to the diligence and progress of the Student and may require from the Student any reports or other information on the subject of his or her studies which they may think desirable.

Tenure.

12. The Studentship shall, subject as hereinbefore mentioned, be tenable for not more than three years; but it shall be lawful for the Managers (if they shall think fit) to nominate, and for the Board (if they shall think fit) to elect for a second period of not more than three years any Student whose work shall have been of such exceptional promise that it would, in the opinion of the Managers and of the Board, be clearly in the interests of biological research that such Student should continue to hold the Studentship for a second period of not more than three years.

Payment of stipend.

13. The stipend of the Student shall be paid in such manner as the Managers shall from time to time determine.

Unexpended income.

14. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund after providing for the Studentship and for any necessary expenses connected with the election may be used by the Managers with the approval of the Board to make grants for the purpose of furthering original research in Biology, especially Animal Morphology, either to the Balfour Student or to any other person engaged in research, subject to conditions made by the Managers with the approval of the Board.

Alterations.

15. These regulations, except Regulation 1, shall be subject to alteration by Grace provided that the main object of the Fund, that is to say the furtherance of original research in Biology, be adhered to.

Balfour-Browne Fund

Title and purpose.

1. From the balance of the sum remaining from the bequest of £10,000 by Professor W. A. F. Balfour-Browne, of Gonville and Caius College, a Balfour-Browne Fund shall be established in the University for the advancement of the study of entomology.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by two Managers, who shall be University officers in the Faculty of Biology appointed by the Faculty Board, one on the nomination of the Head of the Department of Genetics and one on the nomination of the Head of the Department of Zoology. Managers shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for two years from 1 January next following.

Grants.

3. Any person working in the University, who need not be a member of the University, shall be eligible to apply for a grant from the Fund to support the study of entomology; provided that

  1. (a)preference shall be given to persons in statu pupillari,
  2. (b)preference shall be given to the support of studies in the field, especially in the United Kingdom,
  3. (c)no grant shall be made to any registered Graduate Student if it would support work directly connected with his or her approved course of study or research.

4. In each Michaelmas Term the Managers shall announce the date or dates by which applications for grants from the Fund may be submitted.

5. Any unexpended income shall not be added to the capital of the Fund but shall be accumulated for use as income in subsequent years.

Bartlett Fund and Prize

Fund and purpose.

1. The money given to the University by the Applied Probability Trust shall form a fund called the Bartlett Fund, in honour of Professor Maurice Stevenson Bartlett, M.A., of Queens’ College, formerly University Lecturer in Mathematics, for the encouragement of study and research in mathematical statistics and applied probability.

Prize.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide a prize called the Bartlett Prize, which shall be awarded each year by the Examiners for the examination in Statistical Science for the M.Phil. Degree to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in applied probability in that examination.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be such sum from the income of the Fund as shall be determined by the Director of the Statistical Laboratory within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Stat. E, VII and VIII.

Battie, Browne, Craven, Davies, Pitt, Porson, and Waddington Scholarships (the University Classical Scholarships)

Endowments, 1904, pp. 294, 96, 283, 300, 307, 121, 326

Two groups.

1. The Battie, Browne, Craven, Davies, Pitt, Porson, and Waddington Scholarships (the University Classical Scholarships) shall be divided into two groups, the first group consisting of the Craven, Pitt, and Waddington Scholarships, the second group consisting of the rest.

How awarded.

2. The Scholarships shall be awarded on the performance of candidates in the examination for Part Ib of the Classical Tripos. No candidate shall be awarded a Scholarship unless he or she has achieved a first-class aggregate mark in the papers specified in Regulation 18 for the Classical Tripos.

Value.

3. Each Scholarship shall be of such value as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Classics within a range approved from time to time by the Council; provided that Scholarships in the first group shall be of greater value than those in the second group.

Managers.
Scholarships available.

4. The Managers of the Battie, Browne, Davies, Pitt, Porson, and Waddington Funds shall be the Faculty Board of Classics, who shall have power to delegate any of their functions concerning the Funds to a Committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board. The Managers shall determine before the end of the Lent Term in each year what Scholarships are to be made available for award in that academical year. As far as possible, two Scholarships of the first group (including one Craven Scholarship) and two Scholarships of the second group shall be made available each year, as the income of the relevant Funds allows.

Awarders.

5. The Awarders for the Scholarships shall be the Examiners for Part Ib of the Classical Tripos, who shall also act as Examiners and Awarders for the John Stewart of Rannoch Scholarships in Greek and Latin, and as Awarders for the Hallam Prize and the Henry Arthur Thomas Prizes. Each Awarder who is not a University officer shall out of one of the several Scholarship Funds be paid such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Classics within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Announcement of awards.

6. If two Scholarships are awarded in either group, the names of the award-winners shall be announced in order of merit and the Scholarships shall be assigned to them in the order of their foundation (viz. Craven, Pitt, Waddington in the first group; Battie, Browne, Davies, Porson in the second group); provided that, if the Scholars in a group are adjudged to be of equal merit, this shall be announced and the Scholarship senior in foundation shall be awarded to the Scholar whose name comes first in alphabetical order.

Tenure.

7. A Scholarship shall be tenable for three years from 1 October preceding the date of the award. Each Scholar shall receive the emolument of his or her Scholarship in such instalments as shall be determined by the Council on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Classics.

Grants.

8. After the provision of the emoluments of the Scholarships, and after payment of any fees to Awarders under Regulation 5 above, any unexpended income accumulated in the several Funds may be applied at the discretion of the Faculty Board of Classics to provide grants for the furtherance of knowledge of the languages and civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome.

Mrs Claude Beddington Fund and Prizes

Title.

1. The sum of £500 bequeathed to the University by the late Mrs Frances Ethel Beddington shall form a fund called the Mrs Claude Beddington Fund.

Application.

2. One half of the income of the Fund shall be applied to provide a prize in English Literature, to be called the Mrs Claude Beddington English Literature Prize; the other half of the income of the Fund shall be applied to provide a prize in Modern Languages, to be called the Mrs Claude Beddington Modern Languages Prize.

English Literature Prize.

3. The Mrs Claude Beddington English Literature Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part II of the English Tripos to the undergraduate who has shown the greatest distinction in the examination for that Part, provided that he or she attains the standard of the first class.

Modern Languages Prize.

4. The Mrs Claude Beddington Modern Languages Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part II of the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos to the undergraduate who has shown the greatest distinction in the examination for that Part, provided that he or she attains the standard of the first class.

Books to be purchased.

5. The sum paid to each prize-winner shall be spent in the purchase of books selected by the prize-winner subject to the approval of the Vice-Chancellor.

Unexpended income.

6. If in any year a Prize is not awarded, the unexpended income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Bedford Travelling Grant in Geography

1. The benefaction of an anonymous donor shall form a fund, the income of which shall be applied to provide one or more annual travelling grants each of such value as may be determined from time to time by the Cambridge University Geographical Society with the approval of the Council, provided that their combined value shall not exceed the available income of the Fund. Any part of the income of the Fund not expended in any year or set aside for the award of an additional grant in a subsequent year shall be accumulated in the Fund for the purpose of establishing a prize from a date to be determined.

2. The rules governing the award of these grants, other than the rules governing its name and purpose, may be varied from time to time by the Cambridge University Geographical Society with the approval of the Council, provided that during the lifetime of the donor no alteration shall be made without the approval of the donor.

Theodore Chapin Beebe Fund

Name.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Mrs Ethel Haskins Beebe, of Boston, Massachusetts, shall at her request be known as the Gift of Theodore Chapin Beebe, and shall form a fund to be called the Theodore Chapin Beebe Fund.

Application.

2. In accordance with the terms of Mrs Beebe's bequest the capital and income of the Fund shall be applied for such purposes in connection with medical instruction, research, or experiments in the University as the Vice-Chancellor for the time being shall in his or her absolute discretion select.

Unapplied income.

3. Any unapplied balance of the annual income of the Fund shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Stat. E, II.

Bell, Abbott, and Barnes Funds

Endowments, 1904, pp. 301, 319, 322

Who are eligible.

1. Exhibitions or grants (or both) may be awarded from these Funds to candidates for the B.A. Degree needing assistance who have shown proficiency in their studies and who are recommended by their Tutors, provided that, if they are of standing for admission but have not been admitted to that degree, they are pursuing further study in the University to the satisfaction of the Awarders for the time being.

Value.

2. The annual value of an Exhibition shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Awarders in a particular case within a range approved from time to time by the Council payable in equal instalments at the end of each term kept till the student is of standing for admission to the B.A. Degree. If the Awarders agree to continue an Exhibition after the holder has attained such standing, or if a Student is elected after attaining such standing, he or she shall receive a payment in respect of each of the next three terms kept or allowed, provided that no payment shall be made in respect of any term after the academical year following that in which an Exhibitioner became of standing for admission to the B.A. Degree. The Awarders may determine that the tenure of an Exhibition shall date from the beginning of the academical year in which the award is made. The value of a grant shall be determined by the Awarders within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Discontinuation.

3. Payment of the Exhibition shall be discontinued if the Awarders for the time being consider discontinuance desirable on account of a change in the financial circumstances of the student.

Deprivation.

4. The Awarders for the time being shall have power to deprive an Exhibitioner of the title and emoluments of the Exhibition for misconduct or for failure in industry or progress.

Awarders.

5. The Awarders shall be the Vice-Chancellor (or a duly appointed deputy) and four members of the Senate appointed by the Council in the Michaelmas Term to serve for two years from 1 January following their appointment. Before the division of the Lent Term in each year the Awarders shall elect one of themselves to act as their Secretary.

Applications.

6. Applications shall be made to the Secretary through Tutors before the division of each term. A Tutor shall furnish (a) a certificate that the applicant is a candidate for the B.A. Degree, (b) particulars as to the financial circumstances upon which the application is based, (c) a statement of the applicant's performance in his or her studies, (d) any particulars entitling the applicant to preference under Statute E, II. The Tutor shall also undertake to inform the Secretary for the time being of any substantial change in the financial circumstances of an applicant to whom an Exhibition is awarded.

When paid.

7. Awards shall be made as soon as convenient after the division of each term.

Payment to Secretary.

8. The Secretary shall be paid such sum as shall be determined by the Council, on the recommendation of the Awarders, which shall be charged on the Funds in such manner as the Treasurer may determine.

Unexpended income.

9. Any part of the income of any of the Funds that is not expended in any year in accordance with the foregoing regulations shall be available for distribution on the recommendation of the Awarders in equal shares to Fitzwilliam College and to New Hall for the purpose of defraying the cost of awards made to members of those institutions who are candidates for the B.A. Degree and who are in need of financial assistance upon such conditions as their respective governing bodies shall from time to time determine.

Bendall Sanskrit Exhibition

Name.

1. An Exhibition, called the Bendall Sanskrit Exhibition, shall be offered for competition in each year.

Who may compete.

2. Any member of the University, not being a Graduate Student, may be a candidate for first election to the Exhibition if at the time of the award twelve complete terms will not have passed since his or her first term of residence, or if he or she will still be qualified to be a candidate for the Oriental Studies Tripos in the term of the award. Preference will be given to candidates who have obtained honours in the Classical Tripos, or who before the last date of entry for the Exhibition have been certified to the Registrary by the Chairman of the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies to possess a competent knowledge of Latin and Greek or of one of those languages.

3. Anyone to whom the Exhibition has been awarded may compete again if still a member of the University and not a Graduate Student, and if at the time of the award fifteen complete terms will not have passed since his or her first term of residence; but ceteris paribus a candidate for first election shall have the preference, and no one may be elected to the Exhibition a third time.

Names to Registrary.

4. Candidates’ names shall be sent by Tutors to the Registrary before 1 December of the academical year in which they are to compete.

Awarders.

5. The Awarders shall be the Examiners in Sanskrit for the Oriental Studies Tripos.

Test papers.

6. Candidates for first election shall be tested by the Sanskrit questions in Papers Sa. 1 and Sa. 2 of Part I of the Oriental Studies Tripos. A candidate for re-election, if also a candidate in Sanskrit for Part II of the Tripos, shall be tested by his or her work therein. Candidates for re-election who are not offering any paper in Sanskrit in the Tripos shall submit to the Awarders, through their Tutors, evidence of their study of Sanskrit since their first election.

Tenure.

7. The period of tenure of the Exhibition shall be a year from the date of the award.

Value.

8. The value of the Exhibition shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

9. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies for the promotion and encouragement of the study of Sanskrit among undergraduate members of the University.

Bender Prize

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Fund.

1. The money received by the University under the Will of the Reverend Alfred Philipp Bender, M.A., formerly of St John's College, shall be separately invested and shall constitute a fund called the Bender Fund.

Prize.

2. There shall be a prize called the Bender Prize, which shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for the [Oriental Studies Tripos] 〈Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos〉3 to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in Biblical Hebrew in Part II of that Tripos.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies for the promotion and encouragement of the study of Biblical Hebrew in the University.

John Bennett Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Fund and purpose.

1. The gift to the University by Mrs Mary Bennett in memory of her late husband, John Sloman Bennett, C.M.G., M.A., of Magdalene College, shall form a fund called the John Bennett Fund for the promotion of Middle Eastern historical studies.

Lecture.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of a lecture, called the John Bennett Lecture, to be delivered from time to time.

Managers.

3. The Fund shall be managed by the Head of the Department of Middle Eastern Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in the Department, who shall appoint the Lecturer. So far as possible the Managers shall appoint a Lecturer at intervals of not more than three years.

Stipend of Lecturer.

4. The stipend of the Lecturer shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

5. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied from time to time at the discretion of the Managers to meet:

  1. (a)any expenses that may be incurred in connection with the Lecture;
  2. (b)any other expenses of the teaching officers in the Department of Middle Eastern Studies related to historical studies, preference being given to expenses related to travel or the publication of research.

Benson English Library Fund

The income of the Fund derived from monies accruing to the Faculty of English from the unexpended balance of a legacy of Dr A. C. Benson, of Magdalene College, in 1925, and an appeal for the English Library made following the First World War, and now known as the Benson English Library Fund, shall, at the discretion of the Faculty Board of English, be expended to maintain a Library for the Faculty of English.

Bethune-Baker Fund

Name.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Professor J. F. Bethune-Baker, D.D., of Pembroke College, sometime Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity, shall form a fund called the Bethune-Baker Fund.

Purpose.

2. In accordance with the terms of Professor Bethune-Baker's bequest the annual income of the Fund shall be available to the Divinity Professors for the time being to be at their free disposal for the promotion of theological studies in the broadest sense of the word theological, preferentially but not necessarily among those men or women who are or have been members of the University of Cambridge.

Bevan Fund

The income of the Fund derived from the bequest of Professor Anthony Ashley Bevan, M.A., Lord Almoner's Professor of Arabic, 1893–1933, and Fellow of Trinity College, accepted by the University in 1933 by Grace 2 of 26 January 1934 and now known as the Bevan Fund, shall be applied at the discretion of the Library Syndicate for the benefit of the University Library.

Bhaonagar Medal and Prize

Endowments, 1904, p. 428

1. There shall be a medal called the Bhaonagar Medal.

Purpose.

2. The Medal shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part II of the Oriental Studies Tripos to that candidate for Part II of that Tripos who has in the judgement of the Examiners shown the greatest distinction in an Indian language or Indian languages in that examination, provided that his or her work is of sufficient merit.

3. The winner of the Medal shall also be awarded a Prize, the value of which shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulations 2 and 3 any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies for the promotion and encouragement of the study of Indian languages in the University.

Biffen Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. A portion of the sum received by the University under the Will of Sir Rowland Harry Biffen, and accepted by Grace 1 of 29 October 1949, was allocated in accordance with the donor's wishes to the building of the Graham Robertson Room at the Fitzwilliam Museum. The residue shall form a fund to be called the Biffen Fund.

Income.

2. The income of the Fund shall be expended from time to time by the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate on the purchase of watercolours.

How spent.

3. Half of the annual income may be held in reserve for the purchase of works of unusual importance. The other half may be spent by the Director without seeking the prior consent of the Syndicate.

Carmen Blacker Prize for Japanese Studies

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Fund and purpose.

1. The moneys subscribed by friends and former students of Carmen Blacker, formerly University Lecturer in Japanese and Fellow of Clare Hall, shall form a fund called the Carmen Blacker Fund for the encouragement of the study of Japanese culture in the University.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be managed by the Head of the Department of East Asian Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in Japanese in the Department.

Prize.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the Carmen Blacker Prize, which shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for [Part II of the Oriental Studies Tripos] 〈Part II of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos〉4 for distinction in Japanese in that examination.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

5. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Managers to purchase, for the Library of the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, books and other research material relating to (a) Japanese religion or (b) Japanese history, literature, and thought before 1945.

F. F. Blackman Memorial Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The gift to the University from Mrs Elsie Blackman, widow of the late F. F. Blackman, one time Fellow of St John's College and Reader in Botany, shall form a fund called the F. F. Blackman Memorial Fund, the income of which shall be used for the benefit of the subject Plant Physiology in the Department of Plant Sciences.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by two Managers who shall be:

  1. (a)the Professor of Botany,
  2. (b)a member of the Department of Plant Sciences appointed by the General Board on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Biology.
Lecture.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be to meet the payment of an honorarium to and the expenses of a Lecturer who shall deliver a lecture to be called the F. F. Blackman Memorial Lecture in Plant Physiology. The Managers shall so far as is possible arrange for a lecture to be delivered at intervals of not more than three years. The Managers may make a grant from the Fund towards the cost of publishing the lecture.

Other uses of income.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3 any remaining income that is available may be used for such purposes associated with Plant Physiology as the Managers shall from time to time decide.

Dr E. J. Bles Fund

Purpose.

1. The whole of the available income of the Dr E. J. Bles Fund shall, in accordance with the terms of the Will of the benefactor, be devoted to the promotion and furtherance of a branch of Biology as a pure science, and none of it shall be applied for the purpose of economical, technical, or medical biology.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Charles Darwin Professor of Animal Embryology, the Sir William Dunn Professor of Biochemistry, the John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Cell Biology, and the Professors of Botany, Physiology, and Zoology.

Professorship.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the cost of the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and family allowances, if any, of the Charles Darwin Professor of Animal Embryology.

Surplus income.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3 the remaining income of the Fund shall be applied as the Managers may from time to time decide towards meeting any expenditure directly connected with the Professor's work.

Review of regulations.

5. The General Board shall consult the Managers as to the subsequent application of the income of the Fund

  1. (a)when the Professorship of Animal Embryology lapses,
  2. (b)during the academical year 1984–85 and at intervals of twenty-five years thereafter,

and effect shall be given to the result of such consultation provided always that the principal object of the Fund, as defined in Regulation 1, shall be maintained.

Boscawen Fund

Fund.

1. The sum received under the Will of the Hon. Mrs Pamela Sherek, sister of the Hon. Mildmay Thomas Boscawen, of Trinity College, shall form a fund called the Boscawen Fund.

Purpose.

2. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be at the disposal of the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate and shall be used for the purchase of works of art for the Fitzwilliam Museum, in particular works of sculpture and metalwork, and for the care of the Museum's collections.

Botanic Garden Endowment Fund5

1. The Botanic Garden Endowment Fund shall consist of moneys given to the University for the benefit of the Botanic Garden.

2. The income of the Fund shall be employed by the General Board, after consulting the Botanic Garden Syndicate, to defray those costs of upkeep and maintenance which relate to the parts of the Garden that are regularly open to the public and which would otherwise be a charge on general University funds.

3. Any unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

P.W. Brian Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The gift of Mrs Margaret Brian in memory of her husband Percy Wragg Brian, of Queens’ College, Professor of Botany, shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide an award called the P. W. Brian Award in Botany.

How awarded.

2. The Award shall be made each year before the end of the Long Vacation by the Head of the Department of Plant Sciences to a person who has achieved a distinguished performance in the execution of the research project in the subject Plant Sciences in Part II of the Natural Sciences Tripos and who intends to proceed to advanced study or research in any field of plant sciences.

Value.

3. The value of the Award shall be the income of the Fund. The sum paid shall be spent on the purchase of books or other materials selected by the winner of the Award, subject to the approval of the Head of the Department.

If not awarded.

4. If in any year no award is made the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

British Petroleum Chemistry Fund

Fund and Managers.

1. The sum of £1.5m received from British Petroleum plc for the support of work in Chemistry shall form a fund called the British Petroleum Chemistry Fund. The Managers of the Fund shall be:

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of Chemistry, who shall be the Chairman;
  2. (b)the BP Professor of Chemistry;
  3. (c)a person appointed by British Petroleum plc.
Professor.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend, national insurance, and pension contributions of the BP Professor payable by the University.

Teaching or research.

3. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 2, the Fund shall be applied for the support of teaching or research in Chemistry within the Department of Chemistry in such manner as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may be expended in a subsequent year in accordance with Regulation 3.

Jacob Bronowski Fund

Title.
Purpose.

1. The gift of Mrs Rita Bronowski, in memory of her husband, Jacob Bronowski, M.A., Ph.D., Honorary Fellow of Jesus College, shall form a Fund called the Jacob Bronowski Fund, the income of which shall be used to encourage the study of history and philosophy of science in the University.

Prize.

2. There shall be a Jacob Bronowski Prize to be awarded annually by the Examiners appointed for the subject History and Philosophy of Science in Part II of the Natural Sciences Tripos to a candidate who has shown distinction in that examination.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

If not awarded.

4. If in any year the Prize is not awarded the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Broodbank Fund and Fellowships

Name and purpose.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Maud Mary Lady Broodbank shall form a fund called the Broodbank Fund, which shall be used for the purpose of providing the stipends, pension contributions, and expenses of one or more Broodbank Fellows, with the object of furthering research in Biochemistry or Biophysics with special reference to the principles and practice of food preservation.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered and the Fellows elected by a Board of Managers, the members of which shall be the Heads of the Departments of Biochemistry, Plant Sciences, and Physiology, Development, and Neuroscience, the Secretary of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council or his or her nominee, the Director of the Dunn Nutritional Laboratory, and four other persons nominated by the Managers and appointed by the Council in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Quorum.

3. No resolution of the Managers shall be valid unless approved by at least six of them at a meeting to which they have all been summoned, save that a resolution circulated to and signed by all the Managers shall have the same validity as a resolution carried at a meeting.

Notice of election.

4. The Managers shall give not less than three months’ notice of their intention to proceed to an election.

Who may be elected Fellows.

5. The Managers may elect to a Fellowship any person whose qualifications they consider suitable, whether a member of the University or not, and they may take such steps as they think fit to ascertain those qualifications.

Tenure.

6. The tenure of a Fellowship shall be determined by the Managers. A Fellow shall be re-eligible but the tenure of a Fellowship shall not normally exceed three years in all.

Duties of Fellows.

7. A Broodbank Fellow shall undertake full-time research in a subject approved by the Managers. The research work shall be carried out in Cambridge (unless in special circumstances the Managers have given leave for it to be carried out elsewhere) and shall be subject to such conditions as the Managers may impose.

Teaching work.

8. A Fellow may, with the permission of the Managers, undertake not more than six hours’ teaching work a week for remuneration without suffering any deduction from the stipend of the Fellowship.

Stipend.

9. The annual stipend of a Fellow shall be such sum as may be determined by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The stipend shall be paid to the Fellow in quarterly instalments in advance.

Conditions.

10. The Managers may make the payment of the stipend of a Fellow, or of an instalment of the stipend, conditional on their approval of a report from the Fellow on the progress of his or her research. The Managers may delegate the consideration of a Fellow's report to one or more of themselves. Any such delegation shall be communicated by the Managers to the Treasurer.

The Managers may terminate the tenure of a Fellow at any time if, in their opinion, he or she is unfit to continue to hold the Fellowship.

11. A Fellow shall inform the Managers of the award of any other emolument or of his or her intention to undertake work other than work approved by the Managers in accordance with Regulations 7 and 8. On receiving such information the Managers shall consider whether a reduction should be made in the amount of the Fellow's stipend.

12. The Managers shall make grants from the Fund to cover the expenses incurred in the appointment and the work of the Fellows.

Unexpended income.

13. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Managers for the furtherance of the object of the Fund.

14. These regulations, except Regulation 1, shall be subject to alteration by Grace on the recommendation of the Managers.

Peter Brook Award

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by Charles Peter Beynon Brook, M.A., FRCPsych, of Hughes Hall, formerly Associate Lecturer in the Faculty of Clinical Medicine, shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide an award called the Peter Brook Award. The purpose of the Award shall be to encourage students of clinical medicine in research in psychiatry or in the basic sciences associated with that branch of medicine.

Who are eligible.

2. The Award shall be open to any person who is pursuing, or has pursued, his or her clinical study in the University for the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, provided that no one shall be eligible to apply for the Award more than six months after being admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Surgery.

Submission of research material.

3. Candidates for the Award shall submit a piece of research which has already been completed or partially completed, or a detailed research proposal for a specific piece of research to be undertaken. The research shall concern the field of psychiatry or its associated basic science disciplines and, if already completed or partially completed, may have been undertaken by the candidate at any time since matriculation.

Notice.

4. In the Michaelmas Term each year the Professor of Psychiatry shall publish a notice giving the date by which, and the manner in which, applications are to be submitted.

Awarders.

5. The Awarders shall be the Professor of Psychiatry and at least one other person appointed by the Professor.

Value.

6. The value of the Award shall be the annual income of the Fund.

Unexpended income.

7. If in any year no award is made, the unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Brooks Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Professor Frederick Tom Brooks shall constitute a fund called the Brooks Fund the purpose of which shall be to further original research in Botany.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Plant Sciences, the Professors assigned to the Department, the Directors of Sub-departments in the Department, the person appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology as an Elector to the Frank Smart Studentship, and one other person appointed by the Faculty Board in the Michaelmas Term, on the nomination of the Head of the Department, to serve for four years from 1 January next following.

Application of Fund.

3. The Managers shall have discretion to apply the income of the Fund for the purpose described in Regulation 1, by making grants to the Department of Plant Sciences, or to research workers working in that Department or at some other place approved by the Head of the Department.

Who shall have preference.

4. In making grants to research workers the Managers shall give preference

  1. (a)to persons who have been engaged in postgraduate research for not less than two years,
  2. and(b)to persons who are investigating problems in Mycology, Bacteriology, Plant Pathology, Plant Physiology, or Plant Ecology.

Brotherton Prize

Prize.

1. The Brotherton Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part II of the Oriental Studies Tripos for distinction in South Asian Studies in that examination. If there are two candidates of equal merit, preference shall be given to a candidate showing distinction in Sanskrit.

Value.

2. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Grants.

3. The Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies shall be empowered, whenever the Brotherton Fund shows a sufficient balance,

  1. (a)to make an additional grant to the winner of the Prize if, before the end of the next Michaelmas Term, they have received satisfactory assurance that he or she is engaged in some branch of advanced study or research in South Asian Studies, and is making good progress in the subject chosen;
  2. (b)to make other grants for the furtherance of research in South Asian Studies.
Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies for the promotion and encouragement of South Asian Studies, with a preference for Sanskrit.

Stat. E, VIII.

Browne Fund and Medals

Endowments, 1904, pp. 100–2

Four Medals.

1. Four Medals on the foundation of Sir William Browne shall be offered for competition every year; one for a Greek Ode or Elegy, one for a Latin Ode or Elegy, one for a Greek Epigram, and one for a Latin Epigram.

Who may be candidates.

2. A resident undergraduate may be a candidate for any of Sir William Browne's Medals if at the date by which exercises are to be sent in not more than seven complete terms have passed after his or her first term of residence.

Announcement of subjects.

3. On or before 1 June in each year the Examiners shall announce subjects, and (if they think fit) metres and limits of length, for the poems; and exercises must be sent to the Registrary on or before 1 February in the following year.

Method of submitting exercises.

4. Each candidate shall send three copies of his or her exercise to the Registrary. The exercise shall be in a printed or typewritten form; it shall bear a motto but not the candidate's name, and shall be accompanied by a sealed envelope bearing the same motto outside and containing the candidate's name and College.

Examiners.

5. The Medals shall be awarded by three Examiners nominated by the Faculty Board of Classics and appointed by the General Board in the latter half of each Lent Term. The Examiners shall receive from the Browne Fund, unless no exercise is sent in, such amount as may be determined by the Faculty Board within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Application of income.

6. The cost of the Medals and their cases and the fees paid to the Examiners shall be the first charge on the Browne Fund. The second charge on the Fund shall be the provision of one or more Browne Scholarships. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied at the discretion of the Faculty Board of Classics to provide grants for the furtherance of knowledge of the languages and civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome.

Browne Memorial Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Name and purpose.

1. A fund shall be established in the University, called the Browne Memorial Fund, for the promotion of the study of the languages, literature, history, and religion of the Arabs, Persians, and Turks or other cognate Asiatic peoples, preferably by the purchase or acquisition for the University Library of books and manuscripts connected with those subjects, or by means of grants or endowments for the publication of texts, translations, or other books designed for this branch of study or for the teaching or investigation of those subjects.

Managers.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to five Managers, two of whom shall be appointed by the Council and three appointed by the Head of the Department of Middle Eastern Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in the Department. The Managers shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

All the powers of the Managers may be exercised by a majority of those present at a meeting duly summoned, provided that three Managers at least be present.

Grants.

3. Grants from the income accruing from the capital of the Fund may be made by the Managers at their discretion for any of the specified purposes.

4. The Managers shall have power to expend for any special purpose such portion of the capital of the Fund as may be approved by the Finance Committee of the Council.

Accounts.

5. The accounts of Managers shall be audited annually and published with the University Accounts.

Alterations by Grace.

6. These regulations, except Regulation 1, shall be subject to alteration by Grace, provided that the object of the Fund, viz. the promotion of the study of the languages, literature, history, and religion of the Arabs, Persians, and Turks or other cognate Asiatic peoples, be adhered to.

7. Subject to the foregoing regulations it shall be lawful for the Managers from time to time to make and, if they see fit, to vary such by-laws as may seem to them expedient for regulating their own proceedings and the administration of the Fund.

E. G. Browne Memorial Research Studentship

Title.

1. The E. G. Browne Memorial Research Studentship, of which the emolument is provided by the Iranian Government to mark the appreciation of the Iranian people of the contribution to Persian studies made by E. G. Browne, Sir Thomas Adams's Professor of Arabic from 1902 to 1926, shall be offered for competition in each year for so long as the Iranian Government shall continue the benefaction.

Value.

2. The annual emolument of the Studentship shall be such sum as may be provided by the Iranian Government.

Electors.

3. The Electors to the Studentship shall be the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. The Electors may delegate any of their functions under these regulations to a committee consisting of not less than three members of the Degree Committee.

Who are eligible.

4. In order to be eligible for the Studentship a candidate must

  1. (a)be a graduate of a university who has obtained honours in Persian or in Iranian;
  2. (b)intend to undertake research in some branch of study connected with the Persian or Iranian language, or with Persian or Iranian literature, or with the history and civilization of Persia;
  3. (c)have been admitted, or be seeking admission, as a registered Graduate Student of the University of Cambridge;
  4. (d)normally not have attained the age of twenty-nine years on 1 April in the year of candidature.
Applications.

5. Candidates must send their applications to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than the first day of General Admission to Degrees. Each application must be accompanied by evidence that the candidate satisfies the requirements of Regulation 4, and an outline of the research that he or she proposes to undertake.

Election.

6. The election shall be made within four weeks following the first day of General Admission to Degrees.

Tenure.

7. Tenure of the Studentship shall be for one year but, provided that he or she satisfies the requirements of Regulation 4(d), the Student may apply for re-election for a second year and for a third year. Tenure shall be conditional upon the Student being a registered Graduate Student of the University; if a Student ceases to be a registered Graduate Student his or her tenure of the Studentship shall thereupon lapse.

Unexpended income.

8. Any unexpended income which may accumulate in the Fund shall be applied in the first instance at the discretion of the Electors either to the award of a second Studentship or to other awards in support of Graduate Students of the University carrying out research or study in Persian Studies. Any income remaining thereafter may be applied, at the discretion of the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, to the encouragement of research in Persian Studies in the University in any other way which the Faculty Board may from time to time determine.

Oscar Browning Society Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The sum donated to the University by the Oscar Browning Society for purposes connected with the Department of Education shall form a fund called the Oscar Browning Society Fund.

Prize.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be to provide an annual prize, called the Charles Fox Prize. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for the Postgraduate Certificate in Education to the candidate who is adjudged by them to have shown the greatest distinction in the Certificate Examination. The value of the Prize shall be determined by the Head of the Department of Education within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

3. After provision has been made for the award of the Charles Fox Prize in accordance with Regulation 2, any unexpended income may be applied at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Education for any of the following purposes:

  1. (a)to pay to a person selected from time to time by the Head of the Department to give a lecture on a subject in the field of Education, which shall be entitled the Oscar Browning Society Lecture, an honorarium and any expenses incurred in giving the lecture;
  2. (b)to give assistance to University officers in the Department in meeting the cost of their publications;
  3. (c)to buy additional books or other materials for the library of the Department;
  4. (d)for such other similar purposes as the Head of the Department of Education may determine.

Matthew Buncombe Prize

Fund and Prize.

1. The sums subscribed by Dr Teresa Clay and others in memory of Matthew Buncombe, M.A., Ph.D., of Trinity College, shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Matthew Buncombe Prize.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded each year by the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Philosophy, on the recommendation of the Examiners for the examination in Philosophy for the M.Phil. Degree (one-year course), for the best overall performance in that examination.

3. The Prize shall not be divided between more than two candidates.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

If not awarded.

5. If in any year the Prize is not awarded the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Harry Bunning Fellowship Fund

Name.

1. The sum of £101,593 bequeathed to the University by Mr Harry H. Bunning, of King's Lynn, shall form a fund called the Harry Bunning Fellowship Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Veterinary Medicine and four persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Veterinary Medicine, of whom two shall be on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Biology.

3. No resolution of the Managers shall be valid unless passed by a majority of the Managers present at a meeting to which all the Managers have been summoned.

Fellowship.

4. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide the stipend of a Harry Bunning Fellow who shall study the diagnosis and treatment of illness in cats and dogs in the furtherance of their welfare. The Harry Bunning Fellow shall be elected by the Managers, who may also authorize additional expenditure from the income of the Fund in support of the work of the Fellow.

Tenure.

5. The tenure of a Harry Bunning Fellow, which shall be determined by the Managers on the occasion of each election, shall be for a period not exceeding three years at a time.

Stipend.

6. The stipend of a Harry Bunning Fellow shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

Unexpended income.

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

Stat. E, XVIII.

Burney Prize and Studentship

Endowments, 1904, p. 390

1. The income of the Burney Fund, which is to be used for the furtherance of the study of the Philosophy of Religion (these words being interpreted so that they may include Christian Ethics and questions relating to the truth and evidence of the Christian Religion), shall be used to provide in each year a Burney Prize and a Burney Studentship.

Adjudicators and Electors.

2. The Adjudicators of the Prize and the Electors to the Studentship shall be the Norris-Hulse Professor of Divinity and two members of the Senate appointed by the General Board before the division of the Michaelmas Term, one on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Divinity and the other on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Philosophy, to serve until the end of the Michaelmas Term in the calendar year next following.

Second Prize or Studentship.

3. From any unexpended income which may have accumulated in the Fund the Electors may in any year award a second Prize, or a second Studentship, of such amount as they may think fit, or may at their discretion make grants for the promotion of the study of the Philosophy of Religion.

The Burney Prize

Value.

4. The value of the Burney Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Adjudicators within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

5. Each of the appointed Adjudicators shall receive from the income of the Burney Fund such sum as shall be determined jointly by the Faculty Boards of Divinity and Philosophy within a range approved from time to time by the Council, except that no payment shall be made to the Adjudicators if no dissertations are referred to them under Regulation 7.

How awarded.

6. The Prize shall be awarded for a dissertation on a subject in the Philosophy of Religion submitted by a candidate for Part II of the Philosophy Tripos or by a candidate for Part IIb of the Theological and Religious Studies Tripos.

Dissertation.

7. At their final meeting of the year each of the two Boards of Examiners for the examinations specified in Regulation 6 shall identify the two best dissertations submitted by candidates for the examination concerned on subjects that fall within the field of the Philosophy of Religion. Each dissertation identified by the Examiners shall be referred to the Adjudicators, who shall award the Prize for the dissertation which in their opinion is most meritorious.

Preference for members of Christ's College.

8. If the dissertations submitted by two candidates are deemed by the Adjudicators to be of equal merit, and if one of the two is a member of Christ's College, the Prize shall be adjudged to that candidate.

Condition.

9. The Prize-winner shall ensure that a typewritten or printed copy of his or her dissertation is deposited in the University Library, and shall not receive the prize-money until this has been done.

The Burney Studentship

Value.

10. The annual value of the Burney Studentship shall be such sum as the Electors shall determine in each case after taking account of any other emolument that the Student may be receiving for study or research, provided that it shall not exceed an amount approved from time to time by the Council.

Who are eligible.

11. The Studentship shall be open to any member of the University, provided that on the day on which the election to the Studentship is made not more than seventeen terms have passed after his or her first term of residence. Candidates for the Studentship shall send their names to the Registrary not later than the division of the Lent Term, and the election to the Studentship shall be made before the end of the Lent Term.

Qualifications of candidates.

12. The Electors may take such steps as they think fit to enquire into the qualifications of the candidates for the Studentship, provided that it shall not be awarded by competitive examination. If the qualifications of two candidates appear to the Electors to be equal, and if one of the two is a member of Christ's College, that candidate shall be elected to the Studentship.

Tenure.

13. The Studentship shall be tenable for one year. A Student may be re-elected to it once.

Duties of Student.

14. It shall be the duty of the Student to undertake study or research in the Philosophy of Religion, according to a scheme proposed by the Student and approved by the Electors, provided that such scheme may be modified with the consent of the Electors.

Restriction.

15. The Student shall not undertake without the sanction of the Electors during the tenure of the Studentship any other work to which remuneration is attached.

Raymond Burton Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of £250,000 given to the University in 2001 by Mr Raymond Burton, of Trinity College, shall form a fund called the Raymond Burton Fund, which shall be used for the promotion and encouragement of the study of Economics in the University.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Economics, who may delegate any or all of their functions under these regulations to a committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Who are eligible.

3. The income and capital of the Fund shall be used to provide awards known as Montague Burton Studentships in the Faculty of Economics. The Studentships shall be open to any person who is or is about to be registered as a Graduate Student in the University. Holders of the awards shall undertake advanced study or research in the Faculty of Economics, and may undertake such teaching assistant duties under the terms of the award as may be assigned to them by the Faculty Board.

Tenure.

4. An award shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, and may be renewed by the Managers for a second or third year.

5. The emolument paid to an award holder shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

6. After provision has been made, in accordance with the foregoing regulations, for at least one Montague Burton Studentship the balance of the annual income and any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund shall be available to the Faculty Board of Economics to be used for the encouragement of study or research in Economics.

Unexpended income.

7. Any unexpended income may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in subsequent years, as the Managers may determine.

8. It shall be open to the University, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Economics, to alter these regulations from time to time, provided that the Fund shall be devoted to the encouragement of study or research in Economics.

Gregg Bury Prize

Fund and purpose.

1. The bequest of the Reverend Robert Gregg Bury shall form a fund called the Gregg Bury Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a Gregg Bury Prize which shall be awarded for a dissertation on a subject in the Philosophy of Religion. Dissertations shall be of not less than 10,000 words and not more than 20,000 words in length.

Value.

2. The value of the Gregg Bury Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Adjudicators within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Who are eligible.

3. The Prize shall be open to any member of the University, provided that on the latest day for the submission of dissertations not more than eighteen complete terms have passed after the candidate's first term of residence, and provided that he or she has not previously been awarded the Burney Prize or the Gregg Bury Prize.

Adjudicators.

4. The Adjudicators shall be the Adjudicators for the Burney Prize. Each of the appointed Adjudicators shall receive from the Gregg Bury Fund such sum as shall be determined jointly by the Faculty Boards of Divinity and Philosophy within a range approved from time to time by the Council, except that no payment shall be made to the Adjudicators if no entry is submitted for the Prize.

Subject of dissertation.

5. Each candidate shall send the proposed subject of his or her dissertation to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than the division of the Lent Term. The Registrary shall submit the proposed subject to the Adjudicators and shall inform the candidate whether they approve the subject.

Condition.

6. The Prize-winner shall ensure that a typewritten or printed copy of his or her dissertation is deposited in the University Library, and shall not receive the prize-money until this has been done.

Unexpended income.

7. From any unexpended income which may have accumulated in the Fund the Adjudicators may at their discretion make grants for the promotion of the study of the Philosophy of Religion.

J. P. T. Bury Fund

The income of the J. P. T. Bury Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Library Syndicate to purchase rare French books published between 1814 and 1914. A book plate shall be affixed to each book so purchased recording that it was purchased through the Fund.

Montagu Butler Prize

Prize.

1. The Prize shall be a prize in books. It shall be called the Montagu Butler Prize, and shall be awarded annually for the best original exercise in Latin Hexameter Verse.

Notice.

2. On or before 1 June in each year the Examiners for the Browne Medals shall give public notice of the subject for the exercises, and all exercises must be sent to the Registrary on or before 1 February in the following year.

Length.

3. No such exercise shall exceed in length 150 lines.

Candidates.

4. A resident undergraduate may be a candidate for the Montagu Butler Prize in any year if, at the latest date on which exercises can be sent in, he or she shall have kept one term and not more than seven complete terms have passed after his or her first term of residence.

Submission of exercises.

5. Each candidate shall send three copies of his or her exercise privately to the Registrary. Such copies shall not be in the handwriting of the candidate. They shall bear a motto but not the candidate's name, and shall be accompanied by a sealed envelope bearing the same motto outside and containing the candidate's name and College.

Award.

6. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for the Browne Medals who shall receive, unless no exercise is sent in, such amount from the income of the Prize Fund as may be determined by the Faculty Board of Classics within a range approved form time to time by the Council.

Copies of successful exercise.

7. In every year in which the Prize is awarded, a copy of the successful exercise shall be sent to the Master of Trinity, to the University Library, to the Library of Trinity College, and to each of the Examiners for the year.

When no Prize is awarded.

8. In any year in which the Prize is not awarded, the net proceeds of the Fund for that year shall be transferred to the funds of the University Library and shall be spent on the purchase of editions of the Latin poets, or on the purchase of books connected with the study of such poets, and every book so purchased shall contain a record that it was purchased from the proceeds of the Fund for the endowment of the Montagu Butler Prize.

Butterfield Studentship

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of £10,000 received under the Will of Verena Nan Robertson McCririck shall form a fund called the McCririck Fund, which shall be used to assist students undertaking research in the field of Diabetes.

Studentship.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide a studentship each year called the Butterfield Studentship, in honour of Lord Butterfield of Stechford, M.D., formerly Regius Professor of Physic and Master of Downing College.

Eligibility.

3. Candidature for the Studentship shall be open to any person who is, or is about to be, registered as a Graduate Student in the University, and who is undertaking, or proposes to undertake, research in the field of Diabetes.

Awarders.

4. The Awarders of the Studentship shall be the Regius Professor of Physic, the Professor of Clinical Biochemistry, and one person appointed in the Michaelmas Term by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine to serve for four years from 1 January following the appointment.

Tenure.

5. The Studentship shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, and may be prolonged for a further period or periods of not more than one year at a time, subject to the Student's progress being deemed satisfactory by the Awarders.

Value.

6. The value of the Studentship shall be the annual income of the Fund, provided that the Awarders may award a Studentship of lesser value if they think fit.

Notice.

7. In the Michaelmas Term each year the Professor of Clinical Biochemistry shall publish a notice giving the date by which, and the manner in which, applications are to be submitted.

Unexpended income.

8. Any unexpended income at the end of a financial year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Cambridge Display Technology Cavendish Fund

Title.

1. The sum received for the benefit of the Department of Physics from the sale of part of the University's shareholding in Cambridge Display Technology Holdings plc shall form a fund called the Cambridge Display Technology Cavendish Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by two Managers, who shall be the Cavendish Professor of Physics and the Jacksonian Professor of Natural Philosophy.

Purpose.

3. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be at the disposal of the Managers and shall be used for the support of research directed by the Cavendish Professor of Physics.

Cambridge Display Technology Melville Fund

Title.

1. The sum received for the benefit of the Department of Chemistry from the sale of part of the University's shareholding in Cambridge Display Technology Holdings plc shall form a fund called the Cambridge Display Technology Melville Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers, who shall be the Director of the Melville Laboratory for Polymer Synthesis, the Head of the Department of Chemistry, and the BP Professor of Chemistry.

Purpose.

3. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be at the disposal of the Managers and shall be used for the support of research directed by the Director of the Melville Laboratory for Polymer Synthesis.

Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance

Fund and purpose.

1. The gift of $10m to the University from The Pyewacket Foundation shall form a fund to be called the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance, the income of which shall be devoted to the furtherance of research and study into all aspects of finance, financial institutions, and financial markets, and their relationship with the performance of the economy.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the fund shall be:

  1. (a)the Vice-Chancellor (or a duly appointed deputy) as Chairman;
  2. (b)the Director of Judge Business School;
  3. (c)nine members (of whom one shall be a professor of finance external to the University) appointed by the Faculty Board of Business and Management;
  4. (d)Weslie and William Janeway in their individual capacities or such persons as they may appoint as their successors.

Members in class (c) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

3. No business shall be transacted at any meeting of the Managers unless five members are present.

4. The fund, together with any subsequent gifts received for the fund from time to time, shall be administered by the Managers in accordance with the provisions of the agreement, dated 31 March 2001, between The Pyewacket Foundation and the University.

Cambridge Quarterly Prize

1. The sum of £1,600 given to the University by the Editors of The Cambridge Quarterly shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Cambridge Quarterly Prize.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded each year by the Examiners for Part II of the English Tripos to the candidate who in that examination has submitted the best dissertation.

Additional Prizes.

3. If candidates of sufficient merit present themselves, it shall be open to the Examiners to award one or more additional Cambridge Quarterly Prizes.

Value.

4. The value of a Cambridge Quarterly Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of English within a range approved from time to time by the Council, provided that (a) if two or more Prizes are awarded they shall be of equal value, and (b) the combined value of the Prizes awarded in any year shall not exceed the annual income of the fund.

Unexpended income.

5. Any unexpended income may be either added to the capital of the fund or accumulated for use as income in future years, as the Faculty Board may determine.

Cambridge University Medical School Charitable Fund for Public Health

Fund.

1. There shall be established within the University from a donation of £1m by the Trustees of the Cambridge University Medical School Charity a fund to be called the Cambridge University Medical School Charitable Fund for Public Health.

Purpose.

2. The purpose of the Fund shall be to support the work of the School of Clinical Medicine’s Institute of Public Health. The Fund may be applied for the benefit of the Department of Public Health and Primary Care within the School of Clinical Medicine, or for the benefit of any of the other constituent member organizations within the Institute, in any manner that the Managers shall in their absolute discretion determine.

3. It is intended that the income from the Fund shall be used regularly to support its stated purpose, but this shall not constrain its Managers from using some or all of its capital in order to fulfil that purpose if, having taken into account the consequential implications, it was deemed advantageous and appropriate so to do.

Managers.

4. The Managers of the Fund shall consist of:

  1. (a)The Regius Professor of Physic (who shall be Chairman);
  2. (b)The Director of the Institute of Public Health;
  3. (c)The Regional Director of Public Health;
  4. (d)The Head of the Department of Public Health and Primary Care;
  5. (e)Up to three members co-opted by the Managers in categories (a) to (d).

5. The Managers shall meet at intervals that they shall themselves determine, but this should be no less than at least once in each academical year.

Unapplied balance of income.

6. Any unapplied balance of the annual income of the Fund shall be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in one or more subsequent years, as the Managers of the Fund may determine.

Cambridge University Medical School Discretionary Fund

Fund.

1. There shall be established within the University from a donation of £1m by the Trustees of the Cambridge University Medical School Charity a fund to be called the Cambridge University Medical School Discretionary Fund.

Purpose.

2. The purpose of the Fund shall be to further the clinical, educational, and research needs of the School of Clinical Medicine. The Fund may be applied to further that purpose in any manner that the Regius Professor of Physic for the time being shall in his or her absolute discretion select.

3. It is intended that the income from the Fund shall be used regularly to support its stated purpose, but this shall not constrain the Regius Professor of Physic from using either some or all of its capital in order to fulfil that purpose if, having taken into account the consequential implications, it was deemed advantageous and appropriate so to do.

Unapplied balance of income.

4. Any unapplied balance of the annual income of the Fund shall be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in one or more subsequent years, as the Regius Professor of Physic may determine.

Maybud Sherwood Campbell Fund

Title.

1. The bequest of Miss Maybud Sherwood Campbell, sometime Vice-President and Honorary Member of the Botanical Society of the British Isles, shall form a fund to be known as the Maybud Sherwood Campbell Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied, at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Plant Sciences, to make grants to enable junior members of the staff of the Department of Plant Sciences working on European flowering plants to travel in Europe for the purpose of study or research.

Rosalie Canney Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £1.46m received from the Trustees of the Cambridge Foundation shall form a fund, to be entitled the Rosalie Canney Fund, for the support of education, learning, and research in the University in the fields of Medicine and Psychology.

Managers.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to three Managers who shall be the Regius Professor of Physic, the Head of the Department of Experimental Psychology, and one Manager appointed by the General Board. The income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers in accordance with Regulation 1.

Stat. E, XXX.

Carus Prizes

Endowments, 1904, p. 397

Name and purpose.

1. The income of the Fund established in 1852 by friends of the Reverend William Carus, and augmented in 1853 and 1894, for the encouragement of the accurate study of the New Testament in Greek shall be used to provide one or more annual prizes to be called the Carus Greek Testament Prizes. The value of a Prize shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined from time to time by the Faculty Board of Divinity with the approval of the Council.

Who may compete.

2. Any member of the University may be a candidate for the Prizes provided that at the time of the examination

  1. (a)he or she has kept five terms,
  2. (b)if a graduate, he or she is of not more than ten years’ standing from admission to a first degree, whether of this or another university;

and provided also that no previous winner of a Prize shall again be eligible as a candidate.

Examiners.

3. There shall be two Examiners appointed by the General Board on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Divinity. One shall be appointed in every year before the end of the Easter Term to hold office for the two following academical years.

4. Each Examiner shall receive such sum yearly out of the income of the Fund as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Divinity within a range approved from time to time by the Council, unless there be no candidate for the Prizes. All the other expenses of the examination shall likewise be paid out of the Fund.

Date and nature of examination.

5. The examination shall be held after the division and before the end of the Michaelmas Term, on a day of which notice shall be given by the Board of Examinations. The day shall not be any of the days on which an examination for another Divinity Prize or Scholarship is held.

6. The names of candidates shall on or before 20 October next preceding the examination be sent by their Tutors to the Registrary, who shall forthwith communicate them to the Examiners.

7. The examination shall consist of two printed papers and shall be concluded in one day.

8. The examination shall embrace translation and questions on the criticism and interpretation of the New Testament in Greek with special reference to prescribed texts.

Central Electricity Generating Board Prize for Materials Science and Metallurgy

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of £2,000 given to the University by the Central Electricity Generating Board shall form a fund called the Central Electricity Generating Board Prize Fund, which shall be used to provide a prize called the Central Electricity Generating Board Prize for Materials Science and Metallurgy.

Prize: how awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Materials Science and Metallurgy in Part II of the Natural Sciences Tripos for a distinguished performance in that examination.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be the net annual income of the Fund.

Countess Martinengo Cesaresco's Bequest

Name.

1. The sum bequeathed to Gonville and Caius College by the Countess Martinengo Cesaresco shall constitute a fund called the Countess Martinengo Cesaresco fund.

Trustees.

2. The Trustees of the Fund shall be the Master and Fellows of Gonville and Caius College.

Purpose.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied in the first instance to the maintenance of a Studentship called the Henry Carrington and Bentham Dumont Koe Studentship, which shall be awarded for the purpose of travel in lands where Greek is spoken, preferably in connection with the study of Greek literature.

4. Subject to the foregoing provisions, the University shall have power to make regulations for carrying out the objects of the trust and to vary such regulations from time to time.

5. The Student shall undertake advanced study or research as specified in Regulation 3, according to a scheme to be approved by the Faculty Board of Classics. Such a scheme shall involve a travel or residence for not less than four months in lands where Greek is spoken.

Who are eligible.

6. The Studentship shall be open to any person who is registered as a Graduate Student in the University, provided that at the date of the election not less than two complete terms have passed after the term of his or her admission as a Graduate Student.

Electors.

7. The Electors to the Studentship shall be the Faculty Board of Classics, who may take such steps as they think fit to inquire into the qualifications of the candidates; provided that the studentship shall not be awarded on the result of a competitive examination.

Applications.

8. Before the division of the Easter Term each year the Faculty Board shall give notice of the date by which and the manner in which applications for the Studentship are to be submitted. An election to the Studentship shall be held during the Michaelmas Term on a date to be determined by the Board.

Tenure.

9. The Studentship shall be tenable from the date of the election until 30 September next following. A Student shall be eligible for re-election on not more than two occasions.

Emolument.

10. The emolument of the Studentship shall be such sum, not exceeding the available income of the Fund, as shall be determined by the Faculty Board within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The emolument shall be paid in such instalments as the Board shall from time to time determine, provided that the Board may withhold payment of any instalment if they are not satisfied that the Student is pursuing his or her course of study with sufficient diligence.

Unexpended income.

11. Any unexpended income which may accumulate in the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Faculty Board to make grants for travel in lands where Greek is spoken. Any member of the University who is a student of Classics shall be eligible to receive such a grant.

12. The Board may delegate any of their functions concerning the Studentship to a Committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

H. M. Chadwick Fund

Name.

1. The income received by the University under the Will of Professor H. M. Chadwick shall form a fund to be called the H. M. Chadwick Fund.

Managers.

2. The administration of the income of the Fund shall be entrusted to a Committee of Managers consisting of:

  1. (a)three members appointed by the Faculty Board of English;
  2. (b)one member appointed by the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology;
  3. (c)one member appointed by the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; and
  4. (d)two members appointed by the General Board.

Members of the Committee of Managers shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. The Committee of Managers shall meet at least once a year, as soon as possible after the annual meeting of the Managers of the Dame Bertha Phillpotts Memorial Fund.

Purpose.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used for the provision of studentships, prizes, and grants to promote study and research in any subject listed in the Schedule to these regulations. The annual income shall be divided into two equal sections, one to be available for awards in subjects in category A as listed in the Schedule, and the other for awards in subjects in categories B, C, and D. At the end of each year, any unexpended income in either section shall, at the discretion of the Committee of Managers, either be added to the capital of the Fund or be applied as additional income in the following year in the same section.

Prizes.

4. There shall be two Prizes, of a value to be determined by the Committee of Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council, which shall be offered annually to candidates for the Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Tripos. The N. K. Chadwick Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part I of the Tripos for the most outstanding performance in that examination. The H. M. Chadwick Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part II of the Tripos for the most outstanding performance in that examination. If in any year either Prize is not awarded, the value of the Prize shall be added to the sum available in that year for other awards in subjects in category A.

Studentships.

5. There shall be offered at least once every two years, in a subject or subjects in either or both of categories A and B, at least one H. M. Chadwick Studentship. The value of each Studentship shall be determined by the Committee of Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council. Graduates or research students of any university in the United Kingdom or Eire shall be eligible for a Studentship, but preference shall be given to candidates who are graduates or Graduate Students of the University or applicants for admission as a Graduate Student. There shall be no competitive examination and no age limit. Each Studentship shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, and may be renewed and its value reviewed, subject to a maximum tenure of three years.

Grants.

6. The Committee of Managers shall be empowered to make grants, including travel and subsistence, for attendance at conferences or courses, or for any other purpose which promotes study or research. Grants may be awarded to any member of the University in respect of any subject in category A, B, C, or D contained in the Schedule.

Conditions.

7. The award of studentships and grants shall in general require knowledge of the language or languages involved, but shall in general exclude studies of purely linguistic interest, biological anthropology, studies of primarily medical interest, archaeology relating to the Stone Age, or studies wholly concerned with material culture.

Notice of awards.

8. In the Michaelmas Term the Committee of Managers shall publish a Notice inviting applications for the studentships and grants, and specifying the date by which and the manner in which applications shall be submitted.

Alterations.

9. The regulations governing the Fund, other than this regulation, may be altered by Grace, provided that the name of the Fund shall not be changed.

SCHEDULE

The subjects for which the studentships, prizes, and grants shall be available and the requirements to be observed in each subject are as follows:

A. The history, literature, thought, religion, sociology, antiquities, and art of any of the peoples of the British Isles or of the Scandinavian peoples before ad 1050, or of the Teutonic or the Celtic peoples collectively before ad 600.

B. The same subjects in relation to any people or peoples of the Near East primarily before 1000 bc.

C. The same subjects in relation to any modern primitive people or peoples in respect of their native culture.

D. Subjects included in the general history or comparative study of civilization, literature, thought, religion, sociology, or art, but subjects which are wholly or mainly concerned with Western Europe since ad 1050 or with the Classical periods of Greece and Rome or of India or with any other period of similarly advanced culture shall be excluded.

John Chadwick Greek and Latin Research Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by John Chadwick, Litt.D., Honorary Fellow of Downing College and formerly Reader in Greek Language, from the proceeds of the Antonio Feltrinelli Prize, awarded to him by the Accademia dei Lincei, Rome, shall form a fund called the John Chadwick Greek and Latin Research Fund, the purpose of which shall be the promotion of study and research in the Greek and Latin languages and in germane subjects.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be:

  1. (a)the Professor of Comparative Philology,
  2. (b)two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Classics.

Managers in class (b) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for two years from 1 January following their appointment.

Application of Fund.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied, at the discretion of the Managers,

  1. (a)to make grants to Graduate Students and other persons, including academic visitors to the University, who are engaged in advanced study or research in the subjects specified in Regulation 1;
  2. (b)to assist in any other way the promotion of advanced study and research in the subjects specified in Regulation 1.
Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be either added to the capital of the fund or accumulated for use as income in a future year, at the discretion of the Managers.

Nora Chadwick Fund

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by Mrs Nora Chadwick shall form a fund to be called the Nora Chadwick Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used, subject to the establishment by the University of a particular office for the purpose, to provide part or the whole of the cost of a Readership, to be known as the Nora Chadwick Readership in Celtic Studies, or of such University office assigned to the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic, other than a Professorship or Readership, as the General Board, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of English, may determine; provided that the duties of the holder of the office shall consist mainly of teaching and research in Celtic studies.

Chamber Music Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £10,000, the gift of an anonymous donor, for the promotion of an instrumental ensemble in the University to give chamber music concerts shall form a fund to be called the Chamber Music Fund.

Managers.

2. The capital and income of the Fund shall be at the disposal of the Managers, who shall be the Professor of Music and two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Music to serve for periods of two years at a time.

Powers of the Managers.

3. The Managers shall be empowered to determine the remuneration and conditions of employment of musicians engaged as members of the instrumental ensemble, and to make all arrangements for the concerts subject to the approval of the Faculty Board.

Grace and Thomas C. H. Chan Scholarship Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sums received from Mr and Mrs Thomas C. H. Chan shall form a fund called the Grace and Thomas C. H. Chan Scholarship Fund. The capital and income of the Fund, together with other sums made available for the same purpose, shall be used for the purpose of providing scholarships for Ph.D. students starting doctoral research in any subject within the School of Arts and Humanities or the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Eligible students shall be resident or domiciled in the People’s Republic of China. Priority shall be given to applicants from provinces or regions other than the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be (a) the Chairman of the Council of the School of Arts and Humanities, or her or his nominee, (b) the Chairman of the Council of the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences, or her or his nominee, and (c) the Secretary of the Board of Graduate Studies.

Scholarships.

3. The first charge on the Fund shall be the provision of scholarships, called ‘Grace and Thomas C. H. Chan Scholarships’, for students from the People’s Republic of China who are intending to undertake postgraduate study leading to a Ph.D. Degree of the University in any subject within the School of Arts and Humanities or the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Provided that candidates of sufficient merit present themselves, up to three Grace and Thomas C. H. Chan Scholarships shall be awarded in 2007, up to two awards per year for the next four years, and then one Scholarship per year until at least 2030.

Tenure.

4. A Grace and Thomas C. H. Chan Scholarship shall normally be tenable for not more than three years from 1 October, 1 January, or 17 April following the date of the election.

5. A Grace and Thomas C. H. Chan Scholarship shall provide:

  1. (a)a maintenance payment to be determined by the Managers,
  2. (b)a payment to meet the student’s University and College fees.
When no suitable candidates.

6. If no suitable Ph.D. candidates present themselves in any particular year, the Fund may, at the discretion of the Managers, be used to support graduate students undertaking M.Phil. or equivalent one-year courses in the relevant Schools. If insufficient candidates present themselves in any year for either a three-year or one-year award, the award shall be held over until the following year.

How awarded.

7. Scholarships shall be awarded by a selection committee appointed by the Board of Managers.

8. The Managers shall take such steps as are necessary to promote the Scholarship programme in ways it considers appropriate.

9. Recipients of a Scholarship shall be informed of the source of support and shall be offered the opportunity to make appropriate contact with the Donor.

Annual Reports.

10. The Managers shall provide the Donor with an annual report on the use made of the Fund together with a list of the Scholars supported and their areas of study. The University shall facilitate the provision to the Donor of annual reports on research undertaken by individual Scholars.

Chancellor's Medals

Two for Proficiency in Classical Learning

Endowments, 1904, p. 370

Who are eligible.

1. Not more than two Chancellor's Medals for Proficiency in Classical Learning shall be awarded in each year to students qualified under Regulation 2 who have in that year obtained honours in Part II of the Classical Tripos, if the Awarders are satisfied that there are students whose attainments in the examination, considered in conjunction with their attainments in other University examinations, deserve such recognition.

2. Eligibility for consideration for the award of Medals shall be restricted to students who have been elected to a University Classical Scholarship, or have been honourably mentioned by the Awarders for those Scholarships.

3. On or before the last weekday in April the Registrary shall send to the Chairman of the Faculty Board of Classics particulars of the record in University examinations and prize competitions of any candidate for Part II of the Classical Tripos who is eligible under Regulation 2 for consideration for the award of a Medal.

Awarders.

4. The Awarders shall be the Chairman of Examiners for Part II of the Classical Tripos and neither less than two nor more than four other persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Classics before the division of the Easter Term. These persons shall include a representative of the Awarders for University Scholarships in any year in which a candidate satisfied the requirement of Regulation 2.

Announcement of awards.

5. The names of the successful candidate or candidates shall be announced by the Awarders before the end of the Easter Term.

One for an English Poem

Endowments, 1904, p. 382

Who may be candidates.

1. A resident undergraduate may be a candidate for the Chancellor's Medal for an English Poem in any year, if at the latest date on which exercises can be sent in not more than seven complete terms have passed after his or her first term of residence.

Examiners.

2. The Examiners shall be the King Edward VII Professor of English Literature and two additional Examiners appointed by the General Board in the Lent Term of each year on the nomination of the Council. Each of the two additional Examiners shall receive from the Chest, except in cases where no exercise is sent in, such amount as may be determined by the Faculty Board of English within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Notice of subject and submission of exercises.

3. On or before 1 June in each year the Examiners shall publish a Notice inviting the submission of exercises for the Medal and may, if they think fit, announce a subject for the poem. The poem shall not exceed two hundred lines or such smaller number of lines as the Examiners may announce. All exercises must be sent to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than 1 February next following.

Exercises: how to be sent in.

4. Each candidate shall send three copies of his or her exercise to the Registrary. The exercise shall be in a printed or typewritten form; it shall bear a motto but not the candidate's name, and shall be accompanied by a sealed envelope bearing the same motto outside and containing the candidate's name and College.

Exercises: when recited.

5. The successful candidate shall recite his or her poem in the Senate-House on the day fixed for the recitation of prize exercises, and shall deposit a printed or typewritten copy of the poem in the University Library.

One for the encouragement of the study of English Law

Endowments, 1904, p. 398

The Chancellor's Medal for English Law shall be awarded by the Examiners for the LL.M. Examination for distinguished proficiency shown by a candidate in English Law and Legal History, provided that it shall not necessarily be awarded in each year but only in cases of exceptional merit, and that the candidate shall have taken the examination before fifteen complete terms have passed after his or her first term of residence. Before the end of the Easter Term each year the Faculty Board of Law shall announce which of the papers prescribed for the examination in the year next following are deemed to be papers in English Law and Legal History for this purpose.

1 Chancery Lane Prize in Law of Tort

Grace 1 of 30 January 2008

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum made available annually by 1 Chancery Lane for the study of the Law of Tort shall be applied in equal amounts as follows:

  1. (a)to provide a prize called the 1 Chancery Lane Prize in Law of Tort, which shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part Ia or Part Ib of the Law Tripos for distinction in the Law of Tort shown by performance in Paper 4 of the Law Tripos; and
  2. (b)to fund the purchase of books, selected by the Chambers, for the Squire Law Library.
Unexpended income.

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 1(b) above.

Chaucer Reading Prize

Prize.

1. The gift of Dr C. H. Page, of Sidney Sussex College, University Lecturer in English, shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Chaucer Reading Prize.

2. The Prize shall be offered for competition in each odd-numbered year and shall be open to all resident members of the University in statu pupillari.

Adjudicators.

3. The Prize shall be awarded by two Adjudicators nominated by the Faculty Board of English before the division of the Lent Term of the year in which the Prize is to be offered.

Examination.

4. The examination for the Prize shall consist of reading aloud a passage chosen by the candidate from the poetical works of Chaucer. A candidate's name shall be sent to the Registrary by his or her Tutor not less than fourteen days before the day of the examination, together with details of the passage chosen.

5. A winner of the Prize shall not be eligible to compete a second time.

Value.

6. The value of the Prize shall be determined by the Faculty Board of English, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

7. Any unexpended income in the Fund may be added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in subsequent years, as the Faculty Board may determine.

Chemistry Endowment Fund

The Chemistry Endowment Fund shall be divided into six equal parts and distributed as follows:

Five parts to the Department of Chemistry.

One part to the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy.

Chemistry Next Generation Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sums received from the Walters Kundert Charitable Trust and from Dr Philip Joseph Brown for the purpose of supporting research in any field of chemistry by persons of any age who are at an early stage of their academic careers in the Department of Chemistry shall form a fund called the Chemistry Next Generation Fund, which shall be used for that purpose. The Fund may include other sums received from other bodies or persons for the same purpose.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Chemistry, the Geoffrey Moorhouse Gibson Professor of Chemistry, the Professor of Physical Chemistry (1920), the Professor of Chemistry (1968), and the BP Professor of Chemistry (1702). If one Manager is both the Head of Department of Chemistry and one of the Professors named above, then in the event of a tied decision, that Manager will have a casting vote.

Fellows.
Tenure.

3. The capital and income of the Fund shall be used to provide unrestricted grants of £50,000 a year (or such lesser amount as the Managers may in their discretion award) to support the research in the Department of Chemistry of one or more Next Generation Fellows. The Managers shall determine the tenure of each Fellowship and may extend such tenure for one or more years provided that the maximum period of tenure shall be five years. In the event that any Next Generation Fellow ceases to be an employee of the University, his or her Next Generation Fellowship shall cease and any accompanying grant will also be terminated.

Fellowship titles.

4. The Managers of the Fund shall be responsible for awarding Next Generation Fellowships. The titles of Fellowships awarded by the Managers may at the discretion of the Managers include reference to the names of persons or bodies which have contributed to the Fund, save that the Fellowships awarded shall include at least one Walters Kundert Next Generation Fellowship and at least one Philip and Patricia Brown Next Generation Fellowship.

Unexpended income.

5. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be accumulated and expended in any one or more subsequent years in accordance with Regulation 3.

Chinese Studies Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Title and purpose.

1. The moneys donated to the University for the furtherance of Chinese Studies shall form a fund called the Chinese Studies Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be managed by the Head of the Department of East Asian Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in Chinese in the Department.

Application of income.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers

  1. (a)to provide an annual Prize to be called the Chinese Studies Prize, of a value determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council, and to be awarded by the Examiners for any Part of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos [or Part I or Part II of the Oriental Studies Tripos]6 for distinguished work shown in the Chinese Studies papers;
  2. (b)to advance Chinese Studies in the University by any other means (including the making of contributions towards the travelling expenses of members of the University, and towards the expenses of scholars in Chinese Studies when visiting the University).

Chuan Lyu Fellowship and Senior Visiting Scholarship Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum received by the University from the Chuan Lyu Foundation shall form a fund, called the Chuan Lyu Fellowship and Senior Visiting Scholarship Fund, the income of which shall be used for the provision of Chuan Lyu Research Fellowships and Senior Visiting Scholarships for the support of teaching and research in Taiwanese Studies.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be:

  1. (a)four persons appointed by the Head of the Department of East Asian Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in Chinese in the Department, one of whom shall be a Professor in the field of Chinese Studies;
  2. (b)one person appointed by the Chuan Lyu Foundation.

The Managers in class (a) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for one year from 1 January following their appointment.

Application of income.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers

  1. (a)to provide the stipend, national insurance, and pension contributions of a Chuan Lyu Research Fellow who shall engage in teaching and research in the field of Taiwanese Studies;
  2. (b)to provide the subsistence allowance and travel costs of a Chuan Lyu Senior Visiting Scholar who shall offer lectures and engage in research in his or her area of expertise within the field of Taiwanese Studies.

4. The Managers of the Fund shall select the Chuan Lyu Research Fellow, taking account of the candidates’ written research proposals. In considering any extension to the Fellow's original tenure, the Managers shall take account of progress made in the light of the original research proposal.

Tenure.

5. The Managers of the Fund shall have power to determine from time to time the period of tenure of the Chuan Lyu Research Fellowship and the stipend to be attached to each period of tenure, within a range approved from time to time by the General Board.

Termination of tenure.

6. The Managers of the Fund may terminate a Fellowship at any time if they are not satisfied that the Fellow is diligently fulfilling his or her duties.

7. The Managers of the Fund shall have power to determine from time to time the period of invitation of a Chuan Lyu Senior Visiting Scholar and the level of subsistence allowance to be offered.

Unexpended income.

8. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may be added either to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in subsequent years as the Managers may determine in support of the purposes of the Fund as set out in Regulation 1.

Chuan Lyu Lectureship Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums given to the University by the Chuan Lyu Foundation of California shall form a fund called the Chuan Lyu Lectureship Fund. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the honorarium of a Chuan Lyu Lecturer.

Lecturer.

2. In the Easter Term of each year the Head of the Department of East Asian Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in Chinese in the Department shall either appoint a Lecturer to hold office for the following academical year or defer the appointment for one year, provided that the appointment shall not be deferred for two successive years. In making the appointment the Faculty Board shall, if possible, select a scholar qualified to lecture on topics in the history and culture of the Taiwanese people.

Duties.

3. During his or her term of office the Lecturer shall give two lectures in Full Term dealing with some aspect of Chinese Studies, which shall be understood to include the culture and history of the Taiwanese people.

Honorarium.

4. The honorarium paid to the Lecturer 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 defray from the income of the Fund any expenses of the Lecturer and any other expenses incurred in connection with the lectures.

Churchill Professorship of Mathematics for Operational Research Fund

Fund.

1. The sums received from the Esso Petroleum Company Limited for the endowment of a Professorship of Mathematics for Operational Research, in memory of Sir Winston Spencer Churchill, shall form a fund called the Churchill Professorship of Mathematics for Operational Research Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers appointed by the Faculty Board of Mathematics, who shall include the Director of the Statistical Laboratory, the Head of the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, and the Churchill Professor of Mathematics for Operational Research.

Application of income.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend, national insurance, and pension contributions of the Churchill Professor of Mathematics for Operational Research payable by the University.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3, and after provision has also been made, in any year in which the election of a Professor is held, to meet the expenses incurred in holding the election, the income of the Fund shall be applied for the support of teaching or research in the Statistical Laboratory of the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics in such manner as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

Unexpended income.

5. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may be expended in a subsequent year in accordance with Regulation 4.

Civil Engineers Fund

General

1. The moneys given to the University by the Institution of Civil Engineers shall form a fund called the Civil Engineers Fund, the first charge on which shall be the provision of prizes as follows:

  1. (a)one Institution of Civil Engineers Prize for Management Studies;
  2. (b)one Institution of Civil Engineers Roscoe Prize for Soil Mechanics;
  3. (c)three Institution of Civil Engineers Baker Prizes for distinction in any subject of the Engineering Tripos.

The Prizes shall be awarded in accordance with the following special regulations.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Engineering.

Unexpended income.

3. After provision has been made for the Prizes in accordance with the following special regulations, the balance of the income of the Fund shall be available to the Head of the Department of Engineering to use in such manner as he or she shall from time to time determine for the purpose of fostering among engineers the study of the economics of engineering projects, the organization and management of engineering works, and the relations of aesthetic considerations to engineering design and construction.

Institution of Civil Engineers Prize for Management Studies

1. The Institution of Civil Engineers Prize for Management Studies shall be awarded each year by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Engineering Tripos to a candidate who achieves distinction in management studies in that examination.

2. The value of the Prize shall be determined from time to time by the Faculty Board of Engineering with the approval of the Council.

Civil Engineers Roscoe Prize for Soil Mechanics

1. The Institution of Civil Engineers Roscoe Prize for Soil Mechanics shall be awarded each year by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Engineering Tripos to a candidate who achieves distinction in the field of soil mechanics in that examination.

2. The value of the Prize shall be determined from time to time by the Faculty Board of Engineering with the approval of the Council.

Civil Engineers Baker Prizes

1. Two Institution of Civil Engineers Baker Prizes shall be awarded each year by the Examiners for Part IIa of the Engineering Tripos one to each of two candidates who achieve distinction in any of the fields falling within the examination.

2. One Institution of Civil Engineers Baker Prize shall be awarded each year by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Engineering Tripos to a candidate who achieves distinction in any of the fields falling within the examination.

3. The value of each Prize shall be determined from time to time by the Faculty Board of Engineering with the approval of the Council.

B.R.D. Clarke Prize

Title.

1. The sums received from Mrs B. R. D. Clarke in memory of her husband, Bruce Robert Duncan Clarke (1924–1998), M.A., LL.M., of Trinity College, shall form a fund called the B. R. D. Clarke Prize Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Law, who may delegate any or all of their functions under these regulations to a committee consisting of not less than three persons, at least one of whom shall be a member of the Faculty Board.

How awarded.

3. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for the LL.M. Examination for the best overall performance in that examination.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Law, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

5. At the discretion of the Faculty Board, any unexpended income in the Fund may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in a subsequent year.

David L. Clarke Lectureship

Fund.

1. The sums subscribed in memory of David L. Clarke, formerly University Lecturer in Archaeology and Fellow of Peterhouse, shall form a fund called the David L. Clarke Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be:

  1. (a)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology, who shall be Chairman;
  2. (b)one person appointed by the Head of the Department of Archaeology;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the Governing Body of Peterhouse.

Each Manager shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January next following.

Lecturer.

3. A David L. Clarke Lecturer shall be appointed by the Managers in alternate years to hold office for two academical years. The duty of the Lecturer shall be to deliver in the University on a day in Full Term, on a date approved by the Managers, one lecture on new developments related to the method and theories of archaeology.

Honorarium.

4. The honorarium to be paid to the Lecturer from the income of the Fund shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council. In addition, the Managers may from the income of the Fund pay expenses incurred by the Lecturer.

Faculty of Classics Appeal Fund 2000

Fund and purpose.

1. The moneys donated and covenanted in response to the appeal held by the Faculty of Classics shall form a fund to be called the Faculty of Classics Appeal Fund 2000, the income of which shall be used to support the learning and teaching of the Greek and Latin languages in the University and the acquisition and development of resources for that purpose.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Classics.

Unexpended income.

3. 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 may determine.

Other uses of income.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 1, the income of the Fund shall be applied from time to time, at the discretion of the Managers, to assist in any other way the promotion and encouragement of classical studies in the University.

Clemoes Reading Prize

Prize.

1. The bequest of Peter Alan Martin Clemoes, Fellow of Emmanuel College and Emeritus Elrington and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon, shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Clemoes Reading Prize.

2. The Prize shall be offered for competition each year and shall be open to all resident members of the University in statu pupillari.

Examination.

3. The examination for the Prize shall consist of reading aloud a passage chosen by the candidate from poetry in one of the languages studied in the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic, namely: Old English, Old Norse, Medieval Welsh, Medieval Irish, Medieval Cornish, Medieval Breton, and Insular Latin. A candidate should send his or her name to the Secretary of the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic not later than the last Friday of Full Lent Term, together with details of the passage chosen.

Adjudicators.

4. The Prize shall be awarded by a panel of not less than two Adjudicators who shall be appointed each year on the nomination of the Head of the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic. Adjudicators shall be appointed in the Easter Term, after candidates’ entries have been received.

5. The examination shall be held not later than the division of the Easter Term.

6. A winner of the Prize shall not be eligible to compete a second time by offering a passage in the same language.

Value.

7. The value of the Prize shall be determined by the Head of the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

8. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Clifford Chance David Gottlieb Prize

Name.

1. The sum made available annually by Clifford Chance in memory of David Gottlieb, a Partner, shall be used to provide a prize, to be known as the Clifford Chance David Gottlieb Prize.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Law Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in the examination for that Part.

3. Not less than £50 from the sum paid to each prize-winner shall be spent in the purchase of books selected by the prize-winner.

Clifford Chance C. J. Hamson Prizes

Title.

1. The sum made available annually by Clifford Chance in honour of C. J. Hamson, Fellow of Trinity College, Emeritus Professor of Comparative Law, shall be used to provide three Clifford Chance C. J. Hamson Prizes.

How awarded.

2. The Prizes shall be awarded as follows:

  1. (a)one Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Law Tripos for a distinguished performance in Paper 10 (Law of contract) in that examination;
  2. (b)one Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part II of the Law Tripos for a distinguished performance in Paper 44 (Aspects of obligations) in that examination;
  3. (c)one Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for the LL.M. for distinction in Comparative Law shown by performance in that subject in the LL.M. Examination.
Value.

3. The value of each Prize shall be one-third of the sum made available in each year by Clifford Chance.

Clifford Chance Prize in EU Law

How awarded.

1. The sum made available annually by Clifford Chance LLP for the study of EU Law shall be applied in equal amounts as follows:

  1. (a)to provide a prize called the Clifford Chance Prize in EU Law, which shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part Ib or Part II of the Law Tripos for distinction in EU Law shown by performance in Paper 26 of the Law Tripos; and
  2. (b)towards the purchase of books for the Squire Law Library.
Unexpended income.

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.

Cobbett Fund

Fund.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by Louis Cobbett, M.D., of Trinity College, formerly University Lecturer in Pathology, shall form a fund called the Cobbett Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied from time to time at the discretion of the Professor of Pathology to promote research in Pathology.

Cockerell Fund

Title.

1. The sums subscribed in honour of Sir Sydney Carlyle Cockerell, Director and Marlay Curator of the Fitzwilliam Museum from 1908 to 1937, shall form a fund to be called the Cockerell Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be allocated by the Director to members of the Assistant Staff of the Museum in turn for foreign travel.

Dorothea Coke Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by Lt-Colonel B. E. Coke, M.A., of Clare College, in memory of his wife, Dorothea, shall form a fund called the Dorothea Coke Fund, the purpose of which shall be to promote the publication of original work on the early history of the Scandinavian countries.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Managers of the Scandinavian Studies Fund.

Application of Fund.

3. The capital and income of the Fund shall be used at the discretion of the Managers, and subject to such conditions as they may think fit, to aid the publication of books, memoirs, or articles, by British authors making original contributions to knowledge of the history and culture of Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, before ad 1500.

Procedure.

4. The Managers shall give not less than three months’ notice of their intention to consider applications for assistance from the Fund.

5. Each applicant shall submit to the Managers on their request the manuscript of the work for which a grant is desired and shall furnish evidence that it has been accepted for publication subject to a contribution being paid by the author or on the author's behalf.

Referees.

6. The Managers may appoint one or more referees to report to them on work submitted, and shall determine what fee, if any, shall be paid to each referee from the Fund.

Payment of grants.

7. The names of successful applicants, together with the amounts awarded to them, shall be published in the Reporter; but a grant shall not be paid until the work for which it was made has been published.

Acknowledge-ments.

8. The following note shall be printed in each published work for which a grant has been made:

The printing of this7 …………………………………………… is made possible by a gift to the University of Cambridge in memory of Dorothea Coke, Skjaeret, 1951.

Dennis Cole Fund

Title.

1. The moneys received by the University under the Will of Dennis Neligan Cole shall form a fund called the Dennis Cole Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the fund shall be reserved for the Department of Paintings, Drawings, and Prints of the Fitzwilliam Museum and, under the terms of Mr Cole's Will, may be allocated to any of the following purposes:

  1. (a)the conservation of picture frames;
  2. (b)travelling expenses incurred by members of the Department of Paintings, Drawings, and Prints in the course of their research into the collections:
  3. (c)any purpose which may enhance the efficiency and pleasant use of the Department of Paintings, Drawings, and Prints and its collections.
Authorization of allocations.

3. Allocations from the income of the Fund shall be authorized by the Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum on the recommendation of the Keeper of Paintings, Drawings, and Prints and reported to the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate.

William George Collins Endowment Fund

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late William George Collins, a former Director of the Cambridge Instrument Company, shall form a fund to be called the William George Collins Endowment Fund.

Application.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used at the discretion of the Faculty Board of Engineering, and subject to such conditions as they may think fit,

  1. (a)for making grants to members of the University who are engaged in research in the field of engineering in the Department of Engineering,
  2. (b)for promoting and assisting research in the field of engineering by any other means,

provided always that, in accordance with the wishes of the benefactor, preference shall be given to research in the spheres of electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.

Publication of award.

3. In each year in which grants are made from the Fund the names of the persons to whom they have been awarded, but not the amounts of the grants, shall be published in the Reporter. Grants shall be payable in the manner determined by the Faculty Board of Engineering.

Commonwealth Library Fund

Fund.

1. The moneys received from the Trustees of the fund to acquire the Royal Commonwealth Society Library for the nation shall form a fund called the Commonwealth Library Fund.

Purpose.

2. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be used for the cataloguing and digitization of material in the Royal Commonwealth Society Library and the Royal Commonwealth Society Archive, the production of online catalogue records for Commonwealth official publications in the University Library, and the provision of electronic access from the Royal Commonwealth Society's premises to the Royal Commonwealth Society Library at the University Library.

Annual report.

3. The Library Syndicate shall submit an annual report on their administration of the Fund to the Trustees until the capital and income of the Fund have been fully expended.

Comparative Law Endowment Fund

Managers

1. The Managers of the Comparative Law Endowment Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Law, who may delegate any or all of their functions under these regulations to a committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Income expenditure.

2. The income of the Fund shall be expended from time to time, as the Managers shall determine, for the general purposes of the Faculty of Law. It shall be open to the Managers to add any unexpended income in a financial year to the capital of the Fund.

Corbett Fund and Prize

Title and purpose.

1. The money received by the University under the Will of Samuel Sterndale Corbett, B.A., of Christ's College, shall form a fund called the Corbett Fund, which shall be used for the promotion and encouragement of the study of classical Greek in the University.

Managers.

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.

Prize.

3. There shall be a prize, called the Corbett Prize, which shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Classical Tripos to a candidate who offers Paper 2 in that examination. The Prize shall be awarded on the performance of candidates in Paper 2 and in Paper 11 (if offered). In awarding the Prize, the Examiners shall have regard to the extent of each candidate's knowledge of Greek at the time of matriculation.

Value.

4. The provision of the Corbett Prize shall be the first charge on the income of the Fund. The value of the Prize shall be determined by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Lecture.

5. The second charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of an annual lecture, to be called the Corbett Lecture.

Duties of Lecturer.

6. A Corbett Lecturer shall be appointed each year by the Faculty Board of Classics. It shall be the duty of the Lecturer to deliver one lecture in the University during Full Term, on a subject connected with ancient Greece.

Stipend.

7. The Lecturer shall receive as stipend such sum as shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council. In addition, the Managers may at their discretion pay any expenses of the Lecturer and any other expenses incurred in the holding of the Lecture.

Unexpended income.

8. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied from time to time at the discretion of the Managers

  1. (a)to make grants to undergraduate members of the University who are students of Greek to enable them to travel in lands which were inhabited or colonized by the ancient Greeks;
  2. (b)to make similar grants to Graduate Students and other postgraduate students in the Faculty of Classics;
  3. (c)to assist in any other way the promotion and encouragement of the study of Greek in the University.

Sir Alan Cottrell Prize

Fund and Prize.

1. The sums subscribed on the occasion of his seventieth birthday to mark the many contributions in the field of physical metallurgy made by Sir Alan Cottrell, formerly Vice-Chancellor, Master of Jesus College, and Goldsmiths’ Professor of Metallurgy, shall form a fund called the Sir Alan Cottrell Prize Fund, which shall be used to provide a prize called the Sir Alan Cottrell Prize for Materials Science and Metallurgy.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Natural Sciences Tripos for an outstanding performance in the subject Materials Science and Metallurgy in that examination.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

If not awarded.

4. In any year in which the Prize is not awarded the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Alan Coulson Prize

Fund and Prize.

1. The sum of $10,000 received from Dr A. S. Coulson shall form a fund called the Alan Coulson Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Alan Coulson Prize in the history of British imperial expansion.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded each year by the Examiners for Part II of the Historical Tripos to the candidate who in that examination has submitted the best dissertation on a topic in the field of British imperial expansion (including North American history before 1776), which shall be understood to cover such subjects as the discovery, conquest, settlement, and development of individual colonies, the motivation and philosophy of emigrants and colonists, and the role of public opinion in imperial expansion and development.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the unexpended income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

F. R. Cowper Reed Travelling Grants

Name and purpose.

1. The sums given and bequeathed by Mrs Cowper Reed shall form a fund called the F. R. Cowper Reed Fund, the purpose of which shall be to provide travelling grants for the furtherance of research in palaeontology.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences, and two members of the Faculty of Earth Sciences and Geography one of whom shall be appointed by the Board of that Faculty in the Michaelmas Term of each year to serve for two years from 1 January next following.

Application.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied from time to time, at the discretion of the Managers, and subject to such conditions as they may think fit, for the purpose of providing travelling grants to members of the University who desire to carry out research in palaeontology.

Craig Taylor Fund

Fund and prizes.
How awarded.

1. The income of the Craig Taylor Fund shall be used to provide one or more annual prizes, to be called the Craig Taylor Prizes, which shall be awarded by the Faculty Board of Philosophy on the recommendation of the Examiners for Part Ia, Part Ib, or Part II of the Philosophy Tripos to the candidates who have shown the greatest distinction in any Part of the Philosophy Tripos, or in any component of any Part of that Tripos, as the Faculty Board of Philosophy shall from time to time specify.

2. It shall be open to the Faculty Board of Philosophy to specify more than one area in which a Craig Taylor Prize may be awarded in any given year.

If not awarded.

3. In any year that a Prize is not awarded the income for that year shall be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in future years, as the Faculty Board of Philosophy may determine.

Benefaction of John Crane

Endowments, 1904, p. 565

Distributors.

1. The Distributors of Crane's Charity for the relief of poor sick scholars shall be: the Vice-Chancellor, the Master of Gonville and Caius College, the Regius Professors of Divinity, Civil Law, and Physic, and the Chief Apothecary.

Apothecary.

2. The Chief Apothecary shall be elected by the other Distributors before the end of the Michaelmas Term to serve for five years from 1 January next following.

Meeting of Distributors.

3. The Distributors shall meet at least once in each academical year.

4. The Distributors shall give notice in the Reporter each year that they will consider applications from scholars, which shall be made by the Tutors of their respective Colleges.

Archbishop Cranmer Prize, Grants, and Studentships

Fund.

1. The money received from the bequest of the Reverend Henry Sykes shall be separately invested and shall form a fund called the Henry Sykes Fund.

Prize.

2. There shall be established in the University a prize called the Archbishop Cranmer Prize, to be awarded for an essay, the subject of which shall relate to the intention and result of the changes in doctrine, organization, and ritual within the Church of England between the years ad 1500 and 1700; also the bearing of these changes upon the political and economic, the national and international, the literary and social, the religious and home life of the English people.

3. The Prize shall be awarded each year in the Michaelmas Term.

Notice of award.

4. The Faculty Board of History shall publish the conditions of the award in the course of the Michaelmas Term next preceding that in which the Prize is to be awarded.

Who may compete.

5. Candidates for the Prize shall be members of the University and of not less than three years’ standing from their first degree, whether of this or another university, at the time of the award.

Adjudicators.

6. The Adjudicators of the Prize shall be the Faculty Board of History who shall appoint referees. Each referee shall receive such payment from the income of the Fund as may be determined by the Adjudicators within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The Adjudicators may, unless otherwise specified in these regulations, delegate any of their functions to a committee, consisting of not less than three persons, not all of whom shall necessarily be members of the Faculty of History or the Faculty Board.

Submission of essay.

7. A student shall be required to submit the subject of his or her essay for the approval of the Adjudicators before the division of the term previous to the date fixed for the award; such approval must be obtained before the student is accepted as a candidate. A candidate who has successfully submitted a thesis for a University prize or for the degree of Ph.D. or M.Litt. must declare that the essay submitted for this Prize is not substantially identical with his or her previous thesis.

8. The essays shall be sent to the Registrary not later than 1 October in the year in which the Prize is to be awarded.

First charge.
Second charge.

9. The provision of a Prize to the successful candidate shall be the first charge upon the Fund. The value of the Prize shall be determined by the Faculty Board of History within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The cost of administration of the Prize and grants towards the expenses of publication of any essays that the Adjudicators think worthy of publication shall be the next charges upon the Fund; any remainder from the accumulated income or any part of it may at the discretion of the Adjudicators be awarded to the successful candidate as an addition to the Prize.

Application of unexpended income.

10. After provision has been made for the award of a Prize in accordance with Regulation 9 any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied from time to time at the discretion of the Adjudicators for the following purposes:

  1. (a)To make grants for the furtherance of research in English ecclesiastical history between 1500 and 1700 as to the intention and result of the changes in doctrine, organization, and ritual within the English Church between 1500 and 1700 and the bearing of these changes upon the political, economic, national, international, literary, social, religious, and home life of the English people. The Adjudicators shall determine the value of grants, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.
  2. (b)To provide one or two Archbishop Cranmer Studentships the holders of which shall devote themselves to original research in English ecclesiastical history between 1500 and 1700 as to the intention and result of the changes in doctrine, organization, and ritual within the English Church between 1500 and 1700 and the bearing of these changes upon the political, economic, national, international, literary, social, religious, and home life of the English people. The Electors to the Studentships shall be the Adjudicators of the Prize who, on each occasion when they intend to proceed to an election, shall announce the date by which applications must be received and the manner in which they must be submitted. A Studentship shall be open to any person who is or is about to become registered as a Graduate Student in the University. The value of a Studentship shall be determined by the Adjudicators within a range approved from time to time by the Council. A Studentship shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, and may be renewed and its value reviewed, subject to a maximum tenure of three years.

11. If the income of the fund is materially augmented by the sale of published Prize essays beyond what is necessary to provide for the purposes specified in Regulations 6, 9, and 10 the Council may, on the advice of the Finance Committee, authorize grants to be made from the excess to the University Library or to the University Press.

12. Clause 5 of Mr Sykes's Will (as printed in Reporter, 1927–28, pp. 634–5) shall be appended to each essay which is published wholly or in part at the expense of the Fund.

Craven Fund and Studentship

Stat. E, VII.

Endowments, 1904, p. 286

1. The Managers of the Craven Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Classics.

Studentship.

2. There shall be a Craven Studentship, which shall be for the furtherance of research in the language, literature, history, philosophy, archaeology, and art of ancient Greece and Rome, and the comparative philology of the Indo-European languages.

Purpose.

3. The holder of the Studentship shall undertake advanced study or research in one or more of the subjects specified in Regulation 2, according to a scheme to be approved by the Faculty Board. Such a scheme shall involve absence from Cambridge for not less than six months, unless the Board at their discretion waive this requirement.

Who are eligible.

4. The Studentship shall be open to any person who is registered as a Graduate Student in the University, provided that at the date of the election not less than two complete terms have passed after the term of his or her admission as a Graduate Student.

Electors.

5. The Student shall be elected by the Faculty Board, who may take such steps as they think fit to inquire into the qualifications of the candidates; provided that the Studentship shall not be awarded on the results of a competitive examination.

Applications.

6. Before the division of the Easter Term each year the Board shall give notice of the date by which and the manner in which applications for the Studentship are to be submitted. An election to the Studentship shall be held during the Michaelmas Term on a date to be determined by the Board.

Tenure.

7. The Studentship shall be tenable from the date of the election until 30 September next following. A Student shall be eligible for re-election on not more than two occasions.

Emolument.

8. The emolument of the Studentship shall be such sum, not exceeding the available income of the Fund, as shall be determined by the Faculty Board within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The emolument shall be paid in such instalments as the Board shall from time to time determine, provided that the Board may withhold payment of any instalment if they are not satisfied that the Student is pursuing his or her course of study with sufficient diligence.

Balance of Fund.

9. The balance of the Fund after payment of the emoluments of the Craven Student and the Craven Scholars, and of such fees as are to be paid to Examiners from the Fund, shall be devoted to the furtherance of research in the subjects specified in Regulation 2.

Grants.

10. Grants for this purpose may be made by the Board, at their discretion, out of the income of the Fund, either to the Craven Student or to any other person engaged in such research, subject to any conditions they may think fit. Such grants may include payments towards the maintenance of the recipients.

11. The Board may delegate any of their functions concerning the Fund to a Committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

David Crighton Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums subscribed in memory of David Crighton, Professor of Applied Mathematics and Master of Jesus College, shall form a fund called the David Crighton Fund, the income of which shall be used to assist persons at an early stage of their careers who are undertaking research in Applied Mathematics in the fields of fluid mechanics, acoustics, waves, and vibration.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by a Board of Managers consisting of:

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (or a duly appointed deputy) as Chairman;
  2. (b)the Professor of Applied Mathematics;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics;
  4. (d)one person, who shall not normally be a member of the University, appointed by the Faculty Board of Mathematics.

The members appointed in classes (c) and (d) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Fellowships.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide up to four David Crighton Fellowships, elected by the Managers, in the fields set out in Regulation 1 each year. The purpose of the Fellowships shall be to enable persons studying for a higher degree or working in the University to visit other institutions and persons studying for a higher degree or working in other institutions to visit the University. The tenure of the Fellowships shall be up to three months. The Managers shall give preference to candidates holding junior appointments (including Graduate Students).

Submission of applications.

4. In the Michaelmas Term each year the Managers shall publish a notice giving the date by which, and the manner in which, applications are to be submitted.

Unexpended income.

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

Stat. E, X.

Crosse Studentship

Name and purpose.

1. The income of the Crosse Fund shall be used to provide a Studentship for the furtherance of the knowledge of the Holy Scriptures in Hebrew and Greek, Ecclesiastical History, and Christian Theology. The value of the Studentship shall be such sum, within a range determined from time to time by the Council, as the Electors shall determine in each case after taking account of any other emolument that the Student is receiving for study or research.

Who are eligible.

  2. The Studentship shall be open to any person who is or is about to be registered as a Graduate Student in the University, provided that not more than four years have passed after the end of the calendar year in which he or she was first so registered.

Electors.

3. Elections to the Studentship shall be made by a body of Electors consisting of:

  1. (a)the Regius Professor of Divinity, the Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity, and the Norris- Hulse Professor of Divinity;
  2. (b)three persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Divinity.

The Electors may take such steps as they think fit to inquire into the qualifications of the candidates, provided that the Studentship shall not be awarded by the result of a competitive examination.

Duties of Student.

4. The Student shall undertake a course of advanced study or research according to a scheme proposed by the Student and approved by the Electors, under the direction of a Supervisor appointed by the Electors. In the Easter Term each year the Supervisor shall submit a written report to the Electors on the work of the Student.

Tenure.

5. The Studentship shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, and a Student shall be eligible for re-election thereafter for not more than three further years.

Notice of election.

6. The Electors shall give not less than three months’ notice of their intention to proceed to an election.

Payments.

7. The emolument of the Studentship shall be payable in such instalments as the Electors shall from time to time determine, provided that the Electors may terminate the Studentship or withhold payment of any instalment if they are not satisfied that the Student is pursuing his or her course of study with sufficient diligence.

Unexpended income.

8. From any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund the Electors may if they think fit in any year award one or more additional Studentships, of such amount as they think fit, or may make grants for the promotion and encouragement of studies in the fields specified in Regulation 1.

Crowther-Beynon Fund

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Vernon Bryan Crowther-Beynon, of Trinity College, shall form a fund called the Crowther-Beynon Fund.

Maintenance of Museum.

2. One-third of the income of the Fund shall be applied to the maintenance of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

Endowment fund.

3. The remaining two-thirds of the income of the Fund, and any accumulated balance, shall be retained as an endowment fund which, subject to the provisions of Regulation 4, shall be at the disposal of the Museum Committee for the following purposes:

  1. (a)the acquisition of new material for the Museum by purchase or by financing excavations or expeditions, at home or overseas, undertaken under the auspices of the Museum or by other organizations;
  2. (b)making grants in aid of the publication of results of excavations or other research carried out under the auspices of the Museum;
  3. (c)such other purposes connected with the Museum as the Museum Committee, in consultation with the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology, may from time to time decide.

4. Proposals for expenditure from the endowment fund shall be included in the annual estimates submitted by the Faculty Board and such expenditure shall be subject to the approval of the General Board in accordance with Regulation 1 for the University Education Fund.

Cunliffe Fund

Title.

1. The moneys received by the University under the Will of Leonard Daneham Cunliffe, and accepted by Grace 1 of 12 November 1937, shall be called the Cunliffe Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund, which may be allowed to accumulate, shall be expended from time to time by the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate on the purchase of works of art.

Requirement.

3. Objects acquired from the Fund are to be displayed.

Cuthbert Prize for Humanities in Medicine

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of £5,383 donated to the University by Susan Molyneux Warner and Andrew Calcutt in memory of their father Frederick Norton Cuthbert shall form a Fund for the purpose of awarding an annual prize for Humanities in Medicine.

Prize.

2. The Prize shall be called the Cuthbert Prize for Humanities in Medicine and shall be awarded annually for an essay of approximately 3,000 words on a subject in the field of the interaction of the interests of the humanities with the concerns of Clinical Medicine.

Who are eligible.

3. The Prize shall be open to any member of the University who is pursuing clinical study in Cambridge and is a candidate for Part III of the Final M.B. Examination. Entries for the Prize must be submitted to the Director of Medical Education before 1 February each year.

Adjudicators.

4. The Prize shall be awarded by two Adjudicators appointed by the General Board on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine.

Value.

5. The value of the Prize shall be the income of the Fund for the financial year in which the award is made.

Unexpended income.

6. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Robert Daglish Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The bequest of Mrs Inna Daglish in memory of her husband Robert Cyril Daglish, M.A., of Jesus College, shall form a fund for the encouragement of Russian studies.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Slavonic Studies (or a member of the Regent House appointed by the Head of the Department) as Chairman, and two members of the academic staff of the Department of Slavonic Studies appointed by the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages in the Michaelmas Term to serve for two years from 1 January following their appointment.

Application of income.

3. From the income of the Fund, or from any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund, the Managers may make grants or loans to undergraduate members of the University to assist them in travelling to or in Russia in connection with their studies in the University.

Danckwerts-Pergamon Prize

Fund.

1. The sum given to the University by Mr Robert Maxwell, M.C., Chairman of Pergamon Press, on behalf of Chemical Engineering Science, for the encouragement of the study of Chemical Engineering shall form a fund called the Danckwerts-Pergamon Fund, in commemoration of the late Peter Victor Danckwerts, G.C., M.A., formerly Fellow of Pembroke College and Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering.

Prize.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide a prize called the Danckwerts-Pergamon Prize, which shall be awarded in the Lent Term each year by the Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology to that person among the successful candidates for the Ph.D. Degree who in the judgement of the Head of the Department has presented the best dissertation on a subject connected with Chemical Engineering.

Who are eligible.

3. Those students shall be eligible for the Prize who have been approved by the Board of Graduate Studies for the award of the Ph.D. Degree under the regulations for Graduate Students during the preceding calendar year.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be the income of the Fund.

Glyn Daniel Award

Fund and purpose.

1. The gift of Mrs Ruth Daniel in memory of her husband Glyn Edmund Daniel, Litt.D., FBA, Fellow of St John's College, Disney Professor of Archaeology, shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide an award called the Glyn Daniel Award in Archaeology.

Award.

2. The Award shall be made each year before the end of the Long Vacation by the Head of the Department of Archaeology to a person who has achieved a distinguished performance in the subject Archaeology in Part IIb of the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos and who intends to proceed to full-time advanced study or research in that subject.

Value.

3. The value of the Award shall be the income of the Fund. The sum paid shall be spent on the purchase of books selected by the winner of the Award, subject to the approval of the Head of the Department.

Unexpended income.

4. If in any year no award is made the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Surendranath Dasgupta Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £4,000 given to the University by Mrs Surama Dasgupta in memory of her husband, Surendranath Dasgupta, shall form a fund called the Surendranath Dasgupta Fund, the income of which shall be used for the advancement of the study of Indian philosophy in the University.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies who may delegate any of their functions concerning the Fund to a Committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Lecturer.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be to meet the payment of an honorarium to and the expenses of a Lecturer who shall be appointed from time to time by the Managers to deliver a course of at least three lectures, to be called the Surendranath Dasgupta Lectures, on Indian philosophy. The Managers may make a grant from the Fund towards the cost of publishing the lectures.

Other uses of income.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3, any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Managers for any other purpose in conformity with the purpose for which the Fund has been established.

Davies-Jones Memorial Fund

Name.

1. The money received from six graduates of the University who were members of the Teachers’ Training College in 1901–04 shall form a fund called the Davies-Jones Memorial Fund. This Fund was established in 1930 in memory of J. L. Davies, M.A., of Emmanuel College, and R. A. Jones, M.A., of King's College, who lost their lives in the War of 1914–18.

Administration.

2. The Fund shall be administered by the Loan Fund I Committee, and its capital shall be used to make loans, free of interest, to students who are graduates of this or of another university and who are attending instruction in the Department of Education.

Applications.

3. Applications for loans are to be sent to the Registrary by Tutors of Colleges. Each application must be supported by a statement from the Head of the Department of Education.

4. The recipient shall sign an undertaking to repay the loan. The Committee shall determine, and shall have power to relax, the conditions of repayment.

Henry Roy Dean Prize

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums donated by the University officers in the Department of Pathology and others shall form a fund for the purpose of awarding a Prize in clinical pathology.

Title.

2. The title of the Prize shall be the Henry Roy Dean Prize.

Who may compete.

3. The Prize shall be open to any member of the University who is pursuing clinical study in Cambridge and has been entered as a candidate for Part I of the Final M.B. Examination.

How awarded.

4. The Prize shall be awarded on the results of a special examination to be held annually, and conducted by the Professor of Pathology and two Adjudicators appointed by the General Board on the nomination of the Professor.

Value.

5. The value of the Prize shall be such sum, not exceeding the available income of the Fund, as may be determined by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Notice.

6. The Professor of Pathology shall publish a Notice of the Prize giving the date of the special examination and the last date by which entries shall be submitted, provided that such date for entries shall be not less than six weeks after the publication of the Notice.

de Fraine Fund

The income of the Fund derived from the bequest of Mr J. G. de Fraine, accepted by the University in 1965 and announced in the Reporter on 27 October 1965, shall be applied at the discretion of the Library Syndicate to purchase books and manuscripts in the field of music.

Odette de Mourgues Fund and Studentship

Fund and purpose.

1. The benefaction of Dorothy Coleman, Litt.D., of New Hall, in memory of Professor Odette de Mourgues, Litt.D., of Girton College, Professor of French, shall form a fund to be called the Odette de Mourgues Fund. The purpose of the Fund shall be the advancement of study and research in the French language or in French literature.

Studentship.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide an Odette de Mourgues Studentship, the holder of which shall undertake advanced study or research on a subject in French language or literature.

Electors.

3. The Electors to the Studentship shall be the Drapers Professor of French and two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages in the Michaelmas Term to hold office for two calendar years from 1 January following their appointment.

Who are eligible.

4. The Studentship shall be open to any person who is registered as a Graduate Student in the University, provided that at the date of the election not less than two complete terms have passed after the term of his or her admission as a Graduate Student.

Election.

5. Before the division of the Easter Term each year the Faculty Board shall give notice of the date by which and the manner in which applications for the Studentship are to be submitted. An election to the Studentship shall be held before the beginning of the Michaelmas Term.

Tenure.

6. The Studentship shall be tenable for one year from 1 October following the election.

Value.

7. The emolument of the Studentship shall be such sum, not exceeding the available income of the Fund, as shall be determined by the Electors within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

8. From the income of the Fund and from any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund, the Electors may make grants, either to the holder of the Studentship or to any other Graduate Student working in the field of French language or literature, for the purchase of books or equipment or towards the cost of visits, for the purpose of study, to lands where French is spoken.

Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Fund for Finance

Title.

1. The sum received from the Eranda Foundation to support a Professorship of Finance for a single tenure of ten years shall form a fund called the Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Fund for Finance.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Director of Judge Business School, the Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance for the time being, and one other Manager appointed by the Faculty Board of Business and Management for periods of five years provided that, if two of these offices are held by the same person or if one or more of these posts is vacant or its tenure has expired, the Faculty Board of Business and Management shall appoint one or more additional Managers so as to ensure that there are three Managers.

Professorship.

3. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be available for the payment of the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs of the Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance payable by the University during the tenure of the Professor.

Teaching and research.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3, the capital and the income of the Fund shall be applied for the support of teaching or research in some aspect of Finance in such a manner as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

Expiry of Professorship tenure.

5. In the event that there is capital or income of the Fund remaining after the expiry of the tenure of the Professor, the capital and income of the Fund shall be available for the purpose set out in Regulation 4.

Unexpended income.

6. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any one or more subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulations 3 and 4.

Archibald Denny Prizes

Awarders and subject.

1. Two Archibald Denny Prizes shall be awarded each year, one by the Examiners for Part IIa of the Engineering Tripos and one by the Examiners for Part IIb of that Tripos, to the candidates for those Parts who have shown the greatest distinction in the Theory of Structures.

Value.

2. The value of each Prize shall be such sum not exceeding half the available income of the Archibald Denny Fund as may be determined from time to time by the Faculty Board of Engineering with the approval of the Council.

Amendments.

3. The University, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Engineering, may amend these regulations from time to time, provided that the Prizes shall always be called the Archibald Denny Prizes and shall always be devoted to the encouragement of the study of the Theory of Structures.

Divinity (German Language) Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The gift of an anonymous benefactor shall form a fund to be called the Divinity (German Language) Fund, for the encouragement of the study of the German language by members of the University pursuing or intending to pursue in the University a course of study or research in Divinity.

Managers.

2. The Faculty Board of Divinity shall be the Managers of the Fund, and may appoint a committee, not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Faculty Board, to perform any or all of the duties of the Managers under these regulations.

Application of income.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used, and any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used, at the discretion of the Managers, for the encouragement, by way of grants or otherwise, of the study of the German language by members of the University pursuing or intending to pursue in the University a course of study or research in Divinity approved by the Managers.

Austin Dobson Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £700, the bequest of the late Mrs M. E. Dobson in memory of her father Mr Austin Dobson, shall form a fund called the Austin Dobson Fund, the income from which shall be used to provide annually an Austin Dobson Prize for proficiency in the study of English literature.

2. The Prize shall be awarded after account has been taken particularly of the extent to which work submitted for the Prize is distinguished by literary style and ability to appreciate the elements of excellence in good literature.

How awarded.

3. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part II of the English Tripos for a distinguished performance in that examination in the papers on Practical Criticism and on Tragedy and in the dissertation that all candidates for the examination are required to offer.

Additional awards.

4. If candidates of sufficient merit present themselves, it shall be open to the Examiners to award one or more additional Austin Dobson Prizes.

Value.

5. The value of an Austin Dobson Prize shall be such sum as may be determined by the awarders within a range approved from time to time by the Council, provided that (a) if two or more Prizes are awarded they shall be of equal value, and (b) the combined value of the Prizes awarded in any year shall not exceed the annual income of the Fund.

Unexpended income.

6. Any unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Amendment.

7. These regulations, other than Regulations 1 and 2 and this regulation, shall be subject to alteration by Grace, always provided that the main object of the Fund as described in Regulations 1 and 2 shall be adhered to.

Denis Dooley Prize in Clinical Anatomy

1. The gift of Denis Dooley, FRCS, Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy, shall form a fund to be called the Clinical Anatomy Fund, for the encouragement of study and research in Clinical Anatomy.

Prize, subject, and value.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide a Denis Dooley Prize in Clinical Anatomy to be awarded annually for an essay on a subject in the field of Clinical Anatomy. The value of the Prize shall be the income of the Fund for the financial year in which the award is made.

Eligibility.

3. The Prize shall be open to any person who is pursuing or has pursued a course of clinical study in the University for the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, provided that no one shall be eligible for the Prize if, on the date by which entries are to be submitted, more than five years have elapsed since he or she passed the Final M.B. Examination.

Notice of applications.

4. In the Michaelmas Term the Regius Professor of Physic and the Professor of Anatomy shall give notice of the date by which and the manner in which candidates shall submit their entries for the Prize, and of any requirements relating to the subject, form, and length of an essay to be submitted for the Prize.

How awarded.

5. The Prize shall be awarded by the Regius Professor of Physic and the Professor of Anatomy (or their deputies) who may at their discretion examine a candidate viva voce.

Joint submissions.

6. The Prize may be awarded for an essay submitted jointly by two candidates. In comparing the merits of combined and independent work, the Adjudicators shall expect an appreciably higher standard for the former. In the case of an award made for a joint essay, the Prize shall be divided equally between the co-authors.

Anthony Dorrell Prize

Amended by Grace 5 of 14 January 2009

Title.

1. The gift to the University of Dr Jana Howlett, of Jesus College, University Lecturer in the Department of Slavonic Studies, in memory of her father Anthony Dorrell shall form a fund called the Anthony Dorrell Fund.

Prize.

2. There shall be a prize, called the Anthony Dorrell Prize, which shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part Ia of the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos for an outstanding performance in Russian in that examination.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

Brian Douglas Fund

Title.

1. The sum received under the Will of Brian Kirkbride Douglas, Mus.B., of St John's College, shall form a fund called the Brian Douglas Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be placed at the disposal of the Professor of Music, and shall be used for the promotion of the study of music in the University and for such other purposes connected with music in the Faculty of Music as the Professor of Music shall decide.

Drewitt Prize

Fund.

1. The benefaction of Mr H. W. Drewitt shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Drewitt Prize.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Natural Sciences Tripos for an outstanding performance in the subject Ecology in that examination.

Unexpended income.

3. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Gordon Duff Fund and Prize

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Edward Gordon Duff shall form a fund called the Gordon Duff Fund.

Prize.

2. The first charge on the Fund shall be to provide a Gordon Duff Prize for an essay on any one of the following subjects: bibliography, palaeography, typography, book-binding, book illustration, the science of books and manuscripts and the arts relating thereto.

Who may compete.

3. The Prize shall be open to all members of the University, and shall be offered for award annually. Public notice of the Prize shall be given by the Library Syndicate not later than the division of the Michaelmas Term.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Library Syndicate within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Proposal of subjects.

5. Each candidate shall inform the Registrary of the proposed subject of his or her essay not later than the last day of the Michaelmas Term. The Registrary shall submit the proposed subject to the Library Syndicate and shall inform the candidate whether they approve the subject.

Adjudicators.

6. Not more than two Adjudicators shall be appointed by the Library Syndicate at such time that in their selection the Syndicate may take account of the subjects approved for essays. In any year in which one or more essays are submitted each Adjudicator shall receive from the Fund such sum as may be determined by the Library Syndicate within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Submission of essays.

7. Essays shall be submitted to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than the last day of the Lent Term. Each essay, which shall not exceed 10,000 words in length, shall be printed or typewritten.

Award.

8. The Prize shall be awarded in the Easter Term. If essays of sufficient merit are submitted, it shall be open to the Adjudicators to award an additional Prize not exceeding in value such sum as shall be determined by the Library Syndicate within a range approved from time to time by the Council. If on any occasion there is no candidate of sufficient merit to deserve a Prize, the prize-money for that year shall be available for use as income in accordance with the provisions of Regulation 10.

Condition.

9. The Prize-winner shall ensure that a printed or typewritten copy of his or her essay is deposited in the University Library, and shall not receive the prize-money until this has been done.

Use of income.

10. After provision has been made for the Prize or Prizes, the income of the Fund shall be applied from time to time at the discretion of the Library Syndicate to purchase for the University Library old or rare manuscripts, printed books, and book-bindings, in the selection and purchase of which preference shall be given to those written, printed, executed, or produced before ad 1700.

Restriction.

11. No part of the income of the Fund shall be available for the general expenses of the University Library.

East Midland Regional Examinations Board Fund (EMREB Fund)

Fund.

1. The assets transferred to the University by the East Midland Regional Examinations Board (EMREB) shall form a fund called the EMREB Fund.

Purpose.

2. The capital and income of the EMREB Fund shall be at the disposal of the Local Examinations Syndicate for the following purposes:

  1. (a)to promote and develop the General Certificate of Secondary Education administered by the Midland Examining Group;
  2. (b)to make payments to members of the staff of the EMREB whose employment is terminated by reason of redundancy or premature retirement;
  3. (c)to provide relocation expenses for members of the staff of the EMREB who are transferred to Cambridge to work in the office of the Local Examinations Syndicate;
  4. (d)to meet any costs which may fall on the University as a consequence of the transfer to the University of the assets and undertakings of the EMREB and the liabilities and commitments of the EMREB or its Governing Council.

Education Endowment Fund

The income of the fund derived in 1958 from funds accumulated from fees for the Certificate in Education and made available to the Faculty of Education (then the Department of Education) with the approval of the General Board, now known as the Education Endowment Fund, shall be applied, at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Education, for the benefit of students in the Faculty of Education.

Stat. E, XLV.

Frank Edward Elmore Fund

Managers.

1. The Managers of the F. E. Elmore Fund shall be the Regius Professor of Physic (or a deputy appointed by the Regius Professor), who shall be Chairman, and three persons appointed in the Michaelmas Term by the Faculty Board of Biology to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment.

Studentships.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of such number of Elmore Medical Research Studentships as the Managers shall determine, the holders of which shall devote themselves to research in medicine or in some branch of the medical sciences at or from the University.8 The value of any Studentship shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council. After provision has been made for payments to the Student or Students the Managers may from the income of the Fund make such grants as they consider appropriate in respect of expenses incurred in connection with the research undertaken by Students, for purposes associated with their work.

Unexpended income.

3. From unexpended income accumulated in the Fund the Managers may make grants for the support of study or research in the field of medical education or research within the University, and in particular within the School of Clinical Medicine or within the Faculty of Biology.

Engineering Endowment Fund

The moneys donated in response to an appeal made on behalf of the Department of Engineering, the details of which were announced in the Reporter of 23 January 1950 (p. 658), shall form a fund to be called the Engineering Endowment Fund, the income of which shall be expended, at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Engineering, for the general purposes of that Department.

Sixth Earl of Enniskillen Fund

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University for the sole benefit of the University Library by Nancy Henderson Cole, Dowager Countess of Enniskillen, in memory of her late husband, David Lowry Cole, B.A., of Trinity College, Sixth Earl of Enniskillen, shall form a fund called the Sixth Earl of Enniskillen Fund.

Application of income.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Library Syndicate for the purchase of books for the University Library in any of the following subjects: history, military science, horticulture, dendrology, botany, zoology, agriculture, animal husbandry, wild animals, the natural world, outdoor sport, great paintings, great literature, great statesmen of the Western world, conservation, and finance. A book plate shall be affixed to each book so purchased recording that it was purchased from the Fund.

Unexpended income.

3. Unexpended income shall not be added to the capital of the Fund but shall be accumulated for use as income in subsequent years.

Keith Entwistle Memorial Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums subscribed in memory of Keith Entwistle, B.A., Vet.M.B., of Pembroke College, who died on 19 August 1959, shall form a Keith Entwistle Memorial Fund, for the encouragement of study and research in Veterinary Medicine.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by five Managers, who shall be the Head of the Department of Veterinary Medicine, the Secretary of the Department of Veterinary Medicine, the Professor of Veterinary Clinical Studies, and the President and Secretary of the Cambridge University Veterinary Society.

Lecture.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied to support a Keith Entwistle Memorial Lecture. The Lecturer shall be appointed each year by the Managers, and shall deliver one lecture in the Department of Veterinary Medicine.

4. The Lecturer shall receive, from the income of the Fund, such sum as shall be determined by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Erskine Chambers Prize for Company Law

1. The sum received annually from Erskine Chambers shall be applied in equal amounts as follows:

  1. Prize and how awarded.
    (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
  2. (b)towards the purchase of books for the Squire Law Library.
Unexpended income.

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.

Estate Management Development Fund

By Grace 1 of 28 January 1956 the University accepted the offer made on behalf of Mr Harold Samuel, Chartered Surveyor, to provide an Estate Management Development Fund, to be held in trust for the furtherance in the University of research and study in estate management at the discretion of Managers.9

The terms of the Trust were specified in a letter, dated 24 October 1955, from Mr B. G. K. Allsop, Chartered Surveyor, to the Vice-Chancellor, which is reproduced below. By Grace 4 of 3 November 1962 the University suppressed the Department of Estate Management and dissolved the Board of Estate Management and established in their place a Department and a Board of Land Economy. When interpreting the terms of the Trust, references to the Department of Estate Management and to the Board of Estate Management shall therefore be deemed to be references respectively to the Department of Land Economy and the Board of Land Economy.

1. Mr Samuel is willing to enter into a covenant with the University to make seven annual payments of £35,700 (less income tax at the standard rate current at the date of payment) to provide a fund to be called the Cambridge University Estate Management Development Fund. This will produce a total of about £250,000.

2. The Fund shall be administered by Managers. There shall be four Managers, Mr Noël Dean, Mr E. P. Weller, Mr T. C. Thomas and myself. When I cease to be a Manager this number shall be increased to five as described below.

3. Upon the death or resignation of Mr Dean or Mr Weller they shall be succeeded respectively by the Head of the Department of Estate Management and the Chairman of the Board of Estate Management, each ex officio, and upon the death or resignation of Mr Thomas or Mr Allsop they shall be succeeded respectively by a person nominated by the General Board of the Faculties and two persons nominated by the President of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, each appointed by the Board of Estate Management for a period of four years and to be eligible for reappointment.

4. The Managers shall regulate their own procedure, subject to the following provisions. They may pay out of the Fund their own expenses and all other expenses, costs, and charges which they deem necessary in connection with the administration of the Fund.

5. The Fund shall be held upon trust for the furtherance in the University of Cambridge of research and study in Estate Management at the discretion of the Managers. Without prejudice to the exercise of that discretion, or to the generality of the foregoing provisions, the objects for which it may be used shall include the establishment of offices and posts, scholarships, and research studentships, and the provision of buildings and equipment.

6. The Managers shall decide from time to time after consultation with the Board of Estate Management what part of the Fund shall be available as income and what part shall be invested and used as capital.

7. On the recommendation of the Board of Estate Management and subject to any approval required by the Statutes and Ordinances of the University, the Managers may from time to time authorize expenditure of income or capital from the Fund.

8. The Fund, or any part of it, may from time to time be invested in the name of the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Cambridge in such manner as the Managers shall think fit, and the Managers shall have power to vary or realize such investment at their discretion.

Evans Fund

Amended by Grace 2 of 29 April 2009

Title and purpose.

1. The capital and income of the Evans Fund, which was established under the Will of the late Ivor Hugh Norman Evans, M.A., of Clare College, is held by the National Westminster Bank (hereinafter called the Trustees)10 and is to be applied as the Advisory Committee specified in Regulation 2 shall from time to time think fit for the purpose of furthering research in anthropology and archaeology (broadly defined) in south-east Asia (preference being given to research in relation to Borneo, the Malay Peninsula, and Thailand), by making provision for:

  1. (a)travelling Fellowships, which in accordance with the wishes of the benefactor shall be called Evans Fellowships;
  2. (b)the cost of printing and publishing the results of the researches of students to whom Evans Fellowships have been awarded;
  3. (c)meeting the cost of purchasing specimens and material for the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology;
  4. (d)the furtherance of the purpose of the Fund in any other way.
Advisory Committee.

2. In accordance with the wishes of the benefactor the Advisory Committee referred to in Regulation 1 shall consist of:

  1. (a)the William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology;
  2. (b)the Disney Professor of Archaeology;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the General Board;
  4. (d)two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Secretary.

Members in classes (c) and (d) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. The Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology shall nominate one of the persons appointed by them to act as Secretary of the Committee.

Quorum.

3. No resolution of the Advisory Committee shall be valid unless it is approved by at least three members of the Committee at a meeting to which all the members have been summoned.

Eligibility for Fellowships.

4. A graduate of any university shall be eligible to apply for a Fellowship, provided that he or she intends to engage in research in relation to one or more areas of south-east Asia, and that the research shall contribute to the furtherance of the study of anthropology and archaeology in Cambridge.

Notice of election and applications.

5. The Advisory Committee shall give at least three months’ notice of their intention to proceed to an election of Evans Fellows. The Committee shall be empowered to indicate in their Notice that for the election in a particular year preference will be given to candidates of a specified status or to candidates proposing schemes of travel and research relating to a specified area or topic. By a date to be announced by the Committee candidates shall send their applications to the Secretary of the Advisory Committee, together with an outline of their proposed scheme of travel and research.

Awards.

6. Awards of Evans Fellowships shall be made not later than the end of Full Easter Term in each year.

Tenure.

7. The tenure of a Fellowship shall be for one or two years in the first instance as the Advisory Committee shall determine; candidates applying for election for an initial period of two years will be expected to be of postdoctoral status. A Fellow shall be eligible for re-election for a year at a time subject to a maximum tenure, save in exceptional circumstances, of three years in all; re-election shall be dependent on the receipt by the Advisory Committee by a specified date of a satisfactory report on the Fellow's diligence and progress in research during his or her tenure.

Duties.

8. An Evans Fellow shall engage in travel and research in accordance with a scheme approved by the Advisory Committee. The Committee may require a Fellow to publish the results of his or her research and shall be empowered to authorize a grant to meet the whole or part of the cost of printing and publication.

Stipend.

9. The stipend of an Evans Fellow shall be such sum as may be determined by the Advisory Committee within a range approved by the Council on each occasion on which the Committee give notice of their intention to proceed to an election.

Other uses of the Fund.

10. The Advisory Committee shall be empowered to authorize the expenditure of capital and income of the Fund for the purchase of anthropological and archaeological specimens and other material for the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology; and in any other way consistent with the purpose of the Fund as specified in Regulation 1.

Alterations.

11. These regulations, other than Regulation 1, and this regulation, may be amended from time to time by the University on the recommendation of the Advisory Committee with the approval of the Trustees.

Evans Prize Fund

Stat. E, XXX.

Endowments, 1904, p. 407

Who may compete.

1. The Evans Prize Fund shall be used to provide one or more annual prizes which shall be called the Evans Prizes. Any member of the University may be a candidate for the Prizes provided that at the time of the examination he or she (a) has kept five terms, (b) if a graduate, is of not more than ten years’ standing from admission to a first degree, whether of this or another university; and provided also that no previous winner of a Prize shall again be eligible as a candidate.

2. The value of a Prize shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined from time to time by the Faculty Board of Divinity with the approval of the Council.

Examination.

3. The examination shall consist of two papers on selected Greek and Latin ecclesiastical writings earlier than ad 461. The papers shall contain passages for translation and interpretation, together with questions on the history of early Christian literature and doctrine in connection with the writings selected and the period to which they belong. Passages from other Greek and Latin ecclesiastical writings also may be set for translation and interpretation.

4. The examination shall be held after the division and before the end of the Michaelmas Term, on a day of which notice shall be given by the Board of Examinations. The day shall not be any of the days on which an examination for another Divinity Prize or Scholarship is held.

Names to Registrary.

5. The names of candidates shall on or before 20 October next preceding the examination be sent by their Tutors to the Registrary, who shall forthwith communicate them to the Examiners.

Subjects.

6. The Faculty Board of Divinity shall select in each year the special ecclesiastical writings, and notice shall be given of the writings so selected before the end of the Michaelmas Term of the year preceding the examination.

Examiners.

7. There shall be two Examiners appointed by the General Board on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Divinity. One shall be appointed in each year before the end of the Easter Term to hold office for the two following academical years. Each of the Examiners shall receive each year from the Fund such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Divinity within a range approved from time to time by the Council unless there be no candidate for the Prizes. All the other expenses of the examination shall likewise be paid out of the Fund.

Eric Evans Fund

Fund.

1. The benefaction received by the University from the Eric Evans Memorial Trust, established in memory of the late Eric Evans, B.A., of St Catharine's College, shall form a fund called the Eric Evans Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide assistance to members of the University, by means of scholarships, studentships, or grants, or in other ways, in connection with their participation in sport or physical recreation.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers who shall be the Director of Physical Education and two other persons appointed by the Sports Syndicate in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment.

Applications.

3. A Notice inviting applications for assistance from the Fund shall be published from time to time at the discretion of the Managers.

Ulick Richardson Evans Research Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum which, in accordance with the terms of the Will of the late Ulick Richardson Evans, Sc.D., of King's College, sometime Reader in the Science of Metallic Corrosion, was received by the University from his Executors shall form a fund, to be called the Ulick Richardson Evans Research Fund, for the support of research in the University into metallic corrosion.

Application of income.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied as the Head of the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy shall from time to time decide to further teaching and research in the study and the prevention of corrosion and oxidation of metals and in related fields, by one or more of the following means:

  1. (a)establishing and maintaining research appointments,
  2. (b)establishing a studentship,
  3. (c)maintaining Graduate Students or research workers in the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy,
  4. (d)purchasing apparatus and equipment,

or by any other means consistent with the object of the Fund.

ExxonMobil Chemical Engineering Prize

Prize.

1. The sum made available annually by the Exxon Mobil Corporation shall be used to provide a prize in Chemical Engineering.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part IIa of the Chemical Engineering Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in that examination.

Fairhaven Fund

Title.

1. The sum of £30,000 given to the University by Lord Fairhaven to mark the centenary of the opening of the original Fitzwilliam Museum building shall form a fund to be called the Fairhaven Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied for the benefit of the Fitzwilliam Museum at the discretion of the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate for the purpose of purchasing paintings and drawings of the British School of landscape painting, particularly of the Norwich School.

Full income to be spent.

3. So far as is practicable the full income of the Fund shall be spent each year.

Limitation.

4. No living artist's work shall be purchased.

Alison Fairlie Prize in French

Title and purpose.

1. The sums given to the University by a former student of Professor Alison Fairlie, formerly Professor of French and Fellow of Girton College, shall form a fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a prize in her memory called the Alison Fairlie Prize in French.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners in French for Part Ia of the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos for an outstanding performance in the examination for that subject.

If not awarded.

3. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Falcon Chambers Prize for Land Law

Title.

1. The sum made available annually by Falcon Chambers shall be used to provide a prize called the Falcon Chambers Prize for Land Law.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Law Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in the subject Land Law in that examination.

Martin C. Faulkes Bell Fund

Grace 1 of 28 January 2009

Title.

1. The sum of £350,000 received from Dr Martin C. Faulkes shall form a fund called the Martin C. Faulkes Bell Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers, who shall comprise:

  1. (a)The Vice-Chancellor (or a duly appointed deputy) who shall be chairman;
  2. (b)The University Bellringer;
  3. (c)one person nominated by the Parish of Great St Mary’s.
Great St Mary's Church Bells.

3. The first charge on the capital and the income of the Bell Fund shall be a payment to the Parish of Great St Mary’s Church to cover the costs of casting and installing a new ring of bells and the rehanging of existing bells (together the ‘Bells’) in Great St Mary’s, the University Church, to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the University, together with such additional costs relating to or consequent upon such hanging or rehanging of the Bells as are agreed between the University and Dr Faulkes.

Maintenance of the Bells.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3, the remaining capital and income of the Fund shall be used to provide grants towards the maintenance of the Bells from time to time as the Managers shall determine.

John Fawcett Prize

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums subscribed in memory of Frederick John Fawcett, M.A., MRCP, FRCPath, Regional Postgraduate Dean and Consultant Pathologist, Peterborough District Hospital, shall form a fund called the John Fawcett Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the John Fawcett Prize.

Prize: how awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded in the Michaelmas Term each year by the Regius Professor of Physic and the Director of Medical Education to a student pursuing clinical study in the University who has taken Part I of the Final M.B. Examination and who is judged by them to have given best evidence in his or her clinical work of qualities of personal understanding and the ability to communicate with patients and colleagues. In reaching their decision the Awarders shall take into account reports on the candidates received from clinical teachers in Cambridge and elsewhere.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

Unexpended income.

4. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

E. G. Fearnsides Scholarship

Amended by Grace 5 of 25 February 2009

Name and purpose.

1. This Scholarship, founded and endowed by the members of the Fearnsides family in memory of E. G. Fearnsides, M.A. (Trinity Hall), M.D., FRCP, who was drowned at Four Mile Bridge, Anglesey, on 26 June 1919, shall be called the E. G. Fearnsides Research Scholarship and shall be devoted to the encouragement of original clinical research on the organic diseases of the nervous system.

Management.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine in consultation with the Faculty Board of Veterinary Medicine.

Delegation of functions.

3. The Faculty Board may delegate all or any of their functions concerning the Scholarship to a Committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Postgraduate Medical Scholarship.

4. The Scholarship shall be called the E. G. Fearnsides Postgraduate Medical Scholarship, the holder of which shall undertake clinical research on the organic diseases of the nervous system. The value of the Scholarship may be determined by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council, after they have taken account of any other financial resources that may be available to the Student.

Qualifications of candidates.

5. The Faculty Board may take such steps as they may think fit to ascertain the qualifications of the candidates. Preference shall be given to graduates in Medicine or Veterinary Medicine.

Tenure.

6. The Scholarship shall be tenable for one, two, or three years as the Faculty Board shall in each case determine.

Conditions of research.

7. The conditions under which research is to be conducted and the place or places in which it is to be carried on shall be determined by the Faculty Board.

Notice of election.

8. Not less than one month's notice shall be given of an election.

Suspension of election.

9. If, after notice of a vacancy, there shall be, in the opinion of the Faculty Board, no suitable candidate for the Scholarship, it shall be lawful for the Faculty Board to suspend the election for a year, and if at the expiration of such time there shall, after notice of the vacancy given, be no suitable candidate as aforesaid, the election may again be suspended in the same way, and so until in the opinion of the Faculty Board there shall be a suitable candidate for the Scholarship.

Grants.

10. In any year, whether or not a Scholarship is awarded, the Managers may use such part of the available income as they shall determine to make grants to members of the University engaged in clinical research on the organic diseases of the nervous system towards meeting the cost of equipment and other expenses including travel expenses incurred by them in the course of their research.

11. These regulations, except Regulation 1, shall be subject to alteration by Grace, but in the lifetime of William G. Fearnsides only after consultation with him and so always that the principal object of the Fund, namely, the encouragement of clinical research on the organic diseases of the nervous system, may be attained.

Mary Feather Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The money received from the bequest of the late Miss Mary Feather shall form a fund called the Mary Feather Fund for the preservation of University buildings.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied to the maintenance of the Senate-House.

Dr Gillian Fenn Memorial Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The Fund given to the University by the Wolfson Foundation in memory of Dr Gillian Fenn, of Clare Hall, Senior Research Associate in the Faculty of Clinical Medicine, shall constitute a fund called the Dr Gillian Fenn Memorial Fund, which shall be used to fund a biennial lecture.

Trustees.

2. The trustees of the Fund shall be the Regius Professor of Physic, the Director of Medical Education in the Clinical School, and the Secretary of the School of Clinical Medicine.

Fingland Fund

The income of the Fund derived from the benefaction by Dr William Fingland, accepted by the University in 1958 and now known as the Fingland Fund, shall be applied at the discretion of the Library Syndicate to support the University Archives.

Fitzpatrick Fund

Title.

1. The bequest of £2,000 from Mrs Annie Rosa Fitzpatrick in memory of her husband, Dr T. C. Fitzpatrick, formerly President of Queens’ College and University Lecturer in Physics, shall form a fund called the Fitzpatrick Fund.

Purposes.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied as the Cavendish Professor of Physics may from time to time decide to make grants to be called Fitzpatrick Grants for the purposes of

  1. (a)supplementing the emoluments which a Graduate Student in the Department of Physics is receiving from a Studentship, Scholarship, or other source but which the Professor considers to be inadequate,
  2. (b)enabling a Graduate Student in the Department of Physics to continue research at the end of the period for which he or she was originally awarded an emolument if, in the opinion of the Professor, the particular project merits such support,
  3. (c)defraying the expenses of Graduate Students in the Department of Physics when attending conferences or visiting or working in laboratories outside Cambridge.

Fitzwilliam Museum Endowment Fund

The income of the Fitzwilliam Museum Endowment Fund shall be used for the benefit of the Fitzwilliam Museum.

Max Forbes Fund

Title.

1. The sum of £6,000 given to the University by Mrs E. M. Forbes in memory of her husband Lachlan Maxwell Forbes, of King's College, shall form a fund called the Max Forbes Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used, at the discretion of the Kettle's Yard Committee, for the promotion of concerts given by young musicians at Kettle's Yard.

Ford of Britain Trust Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The benefaction of the Trustees of the Ford of Britain Trust shall form a fund to be called the Ford of Britain Trust Fund, which shall be used for the benefit of the Department of Engineering.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used at the discretion of the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Engineering, and subject to such conditions as they may think fit, for making grants to Graduate Students in the Department of Engineering.

Publication of awards.

3. The names of persons to whom grants have been awarded, but not the amounts of the grants, shall be published each year. Grants shall be payable in the manner determined by the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Engineering.

Ford Physiology Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The gift of $240,000 from the Ford Foundation shall form a fund called the Ford Physiology Fund, the income of which shall be applied to further the study and dissemination of knowledge of reproduction, especially those aspects that relate to the regulation of human fertility, by meeting the cost of one or more University offices in the Department of Physiology, Development, and Neuroscience.

Establishment of offices.

2. The University offices referred to in Regulation 1 shall be established by the General Board, after consultation with the Faculty Board of Biology. The whole cost of each office so established shall be met from the Ford Physiology Fund.

Surplus income.

3. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulations 1 and 2, any surplus income shall be applied as the General Board, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Biology, shall from time to time decide, to meet expenses associated with any office established under those regulations.

Foreign Travel Fund

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late George Walter Grabham, M.A., of St John's College, shall form the nucleus of a fund called the Foreign Travel Fund which shall be administered by the Council.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to assist resident members of the Senate who have attained the age of fifty years to travel abroad with a view to extending their knowledge in any branch of learning with which their teaching or research is concerned.

Applications.

3. A Notice inviting applications for grants from the Fund shall be published from time to time at the discretion of the Council. Applications shall be submitted to the Registrary and shall be accompanied by a short statement of the nature and purpose of the travel proposed or undertaken.

Preference to certain applicants.

4. In considering applications for grants from the Fund the Council shall give preference to applicants who are not eligible to receive grants from the Travelling Expenses Fund. After provision has been made for grants to such applicants, any surplus income may be applied by the Council for the purpose of making grants to other applicants.

Fortes Fund

Title.

1. The sums received from the publication of the Cambridge Papers in Social Anthropology shall constitute a fund called the Fortes Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology ex officio and one University officer in the Department of Social Anthropology appointed by the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January next following, provided that if the person appointed by the Faculty Board ceases to be a University officer he or she shall not thereby cease to be a Manager.

Purpose.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used to make grants towards the expenses of publications in Social Anthropology by members of the University. Preference shall be given to applicants under the age of forty and to those with children under the age of ten years.

Foster Prize Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £6,570 given to the University by an anonymous donor, shall form a fund to be called the Foster Prize Fund, which shall be used for the award of two prizes annually to the persons who are judged to have given the best lectures to the Foster Club or successor organization in an academical year. One prize will be awarded for the best lecture given in the Michaelmas Term, and one for the best lecture given in the Lent Term.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Head of the Department of Physiology, Development, and Neuroscience on the recommendation of the Graduate Students and research and academic staff within the Department, provided that there is a lecture of sufficient merit.

Who are eligible.

3. Any Graduate Student or postdoctoral Research Assistant or postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department shall be eligible for the Prize, provided that no previous winner may again be eligible as a candidate.

Value.

4. The value of the Prizes shall be £250 or such larger sum as shall be determined by the Head of the Department within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

5. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be applied to the award of the Prize.

Michael Foster Studentship in Physiology

Name and object.

1. The sums given to the University by Jamieson Boyd Hurry, M.D., of St John's College, for the encouragement of research in Physiology shall form a fund called the Michael Foster Studentship Fund, the income of which shall be applied in the first instance to the maintenance of a studentship called the Michael Foster Studentship in Physiology.

Electors.

2. The Electors shall be the Professor of Physiology and two other members of the Regent House appointed in the Michaelmas Term, one by the Council and one by the Faculty Board of Biology, to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Notice of election.

3. The Electors shall give not less than three months’ notice of their intention to proceed to an election.

Who are eligible.

4. The Studentship shall be open to any person who is or is about to be registered as a Graduate Student in the University.

Tenure.

5. The Studentship shall be tenable for one year. A Student shall be eligible for re-election on not more than two occasions.

Value.

6. The value of the Studentship shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as the Electors may determine in each case, after taking account of any other financial resources available to the Student.

Conditions.

7. Students shall undertake research in the Department of Physiology, Development, and Neuroscience unless authorized by the Electors to work elsewhere.

Unexpended income.

8. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Electors for the encouragement of research in Physiology, either by the award of one or more additional Studentships or in such other ways as they may determine.

9. These regulations, except Regulation 1, shall be subject to alteration by Grace, but so always that the principal object of the Fund, namely the encouragement of research in Physiology, shall be maintained.

T. R. C. Fox Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The moneys subscribed by friends and former students of the late T. R. C. Fox, Fellow of King's College and first Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering, shall form a fund called the T. R. C. Fox Fund, which shall be used to provide a T. R. C. Fox Prize.

Value.

2. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

How awarded.

3. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Chemical Engineering Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in the examination for that Part of the Tripos, provided that he or she attains the standard of the first class.

Frazer Lectureship in Social Anthropology

Name.

1. A Frazer Lectureship in Social Anthropology shall be founded, and the annual income of the Fund shall be assigned for a lecture to be delivered in rotation in the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Glasgow, and Liverpool.

Administration.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be placed in the hands of the Finance Committee of the Council; and in each academical year the Committee shall pay over the annual income to the University to which the Lectureship falls in that year.

Appointment.

3. When the lecture falls to be delivered at Cambridge, the Lecturer shall be appointed by the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology.

Sir Bartle Frere's Memorial Fund

Name.

1. The investments from time to time representing the amount paid over to the University by the Trustees of Sir Bartle Frere's Memorial Fund shall constitute a trust fund called the Bartle Frere Memorial Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to promote study or research in any branch of knowledge relating to any part of the Commonwealth of Nations except the United Kingdom and countries in the Indian sub-continent.

Exhibitions.

3. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Managers of the Mary Euphrasia Mosley Fund. In each year the Managers shall award one or more Bartle Frere Exhibitions before the end of the Easter Term if suitable candidates present themselves.

Tenure.

4. The Exhibitions shall normally be tenable for one year, but may be prolonged for a second year at the discretion of the Managers. They shall be tenable with other emoluments.

Condition of tenure.

5. A successful candidate, if not already a member of the University, must become such before the end of the first term of the ensuing academical year.

Applications.

6. Candidates must submit their applications to the Registrary by a date specified by the Registrary with a statement of the course of study or research that they propose and with evidence of their qualifications.

Payments.

7. The emolument of an Exhibition awarded to a member of the University shall be paid on the publication of the Notice of the award. If an Exhibition is awarded to a person who is not a member of the University, the emolument shall not be paid until the Exhibitioner has sent evidence that Regulation 5 has been satisfied.

Report of investigations.

8. Each Exhibitioner shall send to the Registrary a short report of his or her investigations as soon as practicable after the year of tenure is ended, and in any publication of such investigations during this year shall make due acknowledgement of the Exhibition.

Fujitsu Studentship

Title and purpose.

1. The benefaction of Fujitsu shall form a fund to be called the Fujitsu Fund, the purpose of which shall be to provide for a Fujitsu Studentship in Automatic Computing.

Electors.

2. The Electors to the Studentship shall be the Head of the Computer Laboratory and three other persons appointed by the Council, one on the nomination of Fujitsu, one on the nomination of the General Board, and one on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Computer Science and Technology. Electors shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment.

Who are eligible.

3. The Electors may elect to a Studentship any person whom they consider suitable and may take such steps as they think fit to ascertain a candidate's qualifications. A Student who on election is not a member of the University shall be required to become a member of the University.

Duties.

4. It shall be the duty of the Student to undertake in the Computer Laboratory a course of training for research in Automatic Computing or in a subject allied thereto.

Tenure.

5. A Studentship shall be tenable for not more than three years in the first instance, but a Student may be re-elected for a fourth year.

Value.

6. The value of the Studentship shall be:

  1. (a)such emolument of not less than £350 a year as may be determined by the Council in consultation with Fujitsu on each occasion on which the Studentship is offered for competition;
  2. (b)such additional sum as may be approved by the Finance Committee of the Council to meet the Student's University and College fees.
Payments.

7. The emolument shall be paid to the Student by equal quarterly payments in advance. The second and subsequent payments shall be made subject to the Head of the Computer Laboratory certifying to the Treasurer that the Student is diligently pursuing a course of study and research.

Publication and patenting.

8. In conformity with the wish of the benefactors, the Student shall be free to publish his or her work in accordance with scientific practice, provided that a Student shall send to the benefactors a copy of any thesis or report or other publication written during the tenure of the Studentship. If in any particular case the Head of the Computer Laboratory considers it desirable that the results of a Student's work should be patented, the University shall so inform Fujitsu.

Hans Gadow Memorial Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The income derived from Mrs C. M. Gadow's bequest to the University shall form a fund to be called the Hans Gadow Memorial Fund, the purpose of which shall be the promotion and advancement of the study of Vertebrate Zoology.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers who shall be the Head of the Department of Zoology and two other persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology in the Michaelmas Term to serve for five years from 1 January following their appointment.

Application.

3. The Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers:

  1. (a)to the payment of the fee and expenses of a lecturer to be called the Hans Gadow Lecturer,
  2. (b)to the provision of payments in connection with the preservation or the study of the vertebrate fauna of Great Britain,
  3. (c)to the provision of payments towards the cost of small biological expeditions approved by the Faculty Board of Biology,
  4. (d)to such other purposes connected with the study of Vertebrate Zoology as may be approved from time to time by the Faculty Board of Biology.
Lecturer.

4. The Hans Gadow Lecturer shall be appointed by the Managers to hold office for one year, but a Lecturer shall not necessarily be appointed every year. The Lecturer shall be required to give one or more lectures on a subject, approved by the Managers, on some aspect of Vertebrate Zoology. The lectures shall be called the Hans Gadow Memorial Lectures. The Managers may make a grant from the Fund towards the cost of publishing the lectures.

Isbel Fletcher Garden Fund and Scholarship

Title and purpose.

1. The bequest to the University by the late Mrs Isbel Fletcher Garden shall form a fund to be called the Isbel Fletcher Garden Fund. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide a Scholarship, which shall be called the Isbel Fletcher Garden Scholarship, for the promotion of study or research in Archaeology or Astronomy.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by four Managers who shall be:

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of Archaeology;
  2. (b)the Director of the Institute of Astronomy;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology;
  4. (d)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry.

Managers in classes (c) and (d) shall serve for three years from 1 October following their appointment.

How awarded.

3. The Scholarship shall be awarded from time to time in Archaeology and Astronomy alternately, if there is a candidate of sufficient merit.

Applications.

4. The Managers shall give at least six months’ notice of their intention to proceed to an election. In such a notice they shall indicate the subject of the award, and the date by which, and the manner in which, applications are to be submitted.

5. If, after the publication of such a notice, there is no candidate of sufficient merit in the nominated subject, the Managers may at their discretion make arrangements for the award of the Scholarship in the other subject.

Who are eligible.

6. The Scholarship shall be open to any person who is or is about to be registered as a Graduate Student in the University.

Tenure.

7. The Scholarship shall be tenable for one, two, or three years in the first instance as the Managers shall determine; a Scholar shall be eligible for re-election, provided that the tenure of the Scholarship shall not normally exceed three years in total.

Stipend of Scholar.

8. The annual stipend of a Scholar shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council, after they have taken account of any other financial resources that may be available to the Scholar.

Unexpended income.

9. Any unexpended income may be either accumulated for use as income in subsequent years, or applied at the discretion of the Managers to make grants to the Scholar, during the tenure of his or her Scholarship, to meet additional costs arising from his or her course, including the cost of additional training, conferences, fieldwork, or other courses.

John Stanley Gardiner Studentships

Title and purpose.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by Professor John Stanley Gardiner shall constitute a fund called the John Stanley Gardiner Fund, the income of which shall be used for the furtherance of research in Zoology by the endowment of Studentships to be called John Stanley Gardiner Studentships.

Managers.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to three Managers in conjunction with the Faculty Board of Biology, which Faculty Board is hereinafter called the Board. The Managers, who may or may not be members of the Board, shall be appointed by the Board in the Michaelmas Term to serve for five years from 1 January following their appointment. All the powers of the Managers may be exercised by a majority of those present at a meeting, provided that two Managers at least be present.

Eligibility.

3. The Studentships shall be open to any British subject or Commonwealth citizen who is ordinarily resident outside Europe but within the Commonwealth of Nations.

Method of election.

4.  Elections to Studentships shall be made in the manner provided for by the regulations for the Balfour Studentship, and Regulations 5–10 for that Studentship shall be applicable to them.

Duties of the Student.

5. A Student who is not a member of the University must become such before the end of the term next after the election and must remain such during his or her tenure.

6. During the tenure of a Studentship a Student shall normally be required to undertake full-time study and research, but it shall be within the powers of the Managers to substitute for these requirements the obligation of a Student to undertake full-time study and training for research.

7. If the Managers shall be of opinion that through any cause a Student is not fulfilling and is not likely to fulfil the objects of the Studentship they shall report accordingly to the Board, and the Board may, if they see fit, remove such Student from the Studentship.

8. The Student shall study in the Department of Zoology unless otherwise authorized by the Managers. The Managers shall take such steps as they think necessary to satisfy themselves as to the diligence and progress of the Student and may require from the Student any reports or other information on the subject of his or her studies which they may think desirable.

Tenure.

9. The initial tenure of a Studentship shall be determined by the Managers but shall not exceed three years. A Student whose work shall have been of such exceptional promise that it would, in the opinion of the Managers and of the Board, be clearly in the interest of zoological research that he or she should continue to hold the Studentship for a second term of three years or for a part of such term, may be re-elected.

Value.

10. The value of a Studentship shall be the annual or accumulated income derived from the capital of the Fund or such smaller sum as may be determined by the Managers and paid to the Student in advance by equal quarterly instalments.

Robert Gardiner Memorial Scholarships

Two Funds.

1. The sums bequeathed to the University by Miss Susan Gardiner and Miss Margaret Gardiner shall be known as the Mary, Susan, and Margaret Gardiner Benefaction in memory of their brother Robert, and shall form two separate funds called the Susan Gardiner Fund and the Margaret Gardiner Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the benefaction shall be applied in assisting or enabling graduates or undergraduates of Trinity College, Dublin, or other Irish universities to proceed to the University of Cambridge for the purpose of undergraduate or postgraduate study by maintaining one or more scholarships to be called Robert Gardiner Memorial Scholarships.

Who are eligible.

3. A member of any Irish university shall be eligible for a Scholarship, but in the event of two or more candidates showing equal merit, the Electors shall have regard to the wishes of the foundresses that preference shall be given to gifted students of literature, to undergraduates or graduates of Trinity College, Dublin, and to the descendants of Irish landed proprietors.

Electors.

4. The Electors shall be the Vice-Chancellor and four members of the Senate appointed in the Michaelmas Term, two by the Council and two by the General Board, to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Notice of election.

5. If it is intended to make an election in any year, the Electors shall, not later than 30 November in the preceding year, give public notice of the date by which applications for a Scholarship shall be made. They shall at the same time take such steps as they think fit to inform the Provost, the Vice-Chancellor, or the President, as the case may be, of all Irish universities and university colleges, and invite them to nominate candidates.

Nomination of candidates.

6. A candidate must be nominated by the authorities of the university or university college of which he or she is a member. Each candidate shall submit to the Registrary, so as to arrive by the date of which notice has been given by the Electors in accordance with Regulation 5, evidence of character and qualifications together with a statement of his or her school and university record and some account of the course of study or research which he or she intends to pursue at Cambridge if elected. A candidate who wishes to claim preference on account of being descended from an Irish landed proprietor shall submit such evidence as he or she thinks fit in support of such claim.

Duties of Scholar.

7. Every Scholar who is not a member of the University shall become such before the end of the term next after the election unless allowed by the Electors to defer admission to the University till a later date, and shall remain a member of the University during tenure of the Scholarship.

8. Every Scholar shall be required to become a candidate for one of the Bachelor's Degrees specified in Statute B, III, 1(a), or for the degree of Master of Law, or for a Diploma, or to undertake whole-time study and training for research. No Scholar shall systematically follow any business or profession or engage in any educational or other work which in the opinion of the Electors would interfere in any way with his or her course of study.

Tenure.

9. A Scholarship shall be tenable for one year or two years or three years, as the Electors shall in each case determine.

Value.

10. The value of each Scholarship shall be determined by the Electors within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Payments.

11. The Scholars shall be paid quarterly, the payment for each quarter being made in advance, but the Electors may withhold payment at any time if they are not satisfied with the diligence or progress of a Scholar.

Restriction.

12. A Robert Gardiner Memorial Scholarship shall not without the permission of the Electors be held with any other Scholarship or Studentship in the University, with any office in the University, or with a stipendiary Fellowship of a College.

Oliver Gatty Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The money given to the University in memory of Oliver Gatty, M.A., of St John's College, by his relatives and friends shall form a fund to be called the Oliver Gatty Fund, the income of which shall be used to support an Oliver Gatty Studentship in the fields of Biophysical and Colloid Science.

2. The Student shall undertake whole-time study and training for research in the fields of Biophysical and Colloid Science.

Electors.

3. The Electors shall be the Head of the Department of Biochemistry and the John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Cell Biology for the time being, and two persons appointed by the Council in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment, one on the nomination of the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences and one on the nomination of the Council of the School of the Physical Sciences.

Department.

4. The Studentship shall be held in a Department determined by the Electors after satisfying themselves that the necessary facilities are available for the Student's work.

Who are eligible.

5. The Studentship shall be open to graduates of all universities, preference being given to graduates of universities outside Great Britain.

Notice of election.

6. The Electors shall give not less than three months’ notice of their intention to proceed to an election, and the election shall be made not later than 31 July.

7. The Electors shall take such steps as they may think fit to assess the candidates’ capacities for training for research in the field of the Studentship.

Tenure.

8. The Studentship shall be tenable for one, two, or three years, as determined by the Electors; a Student elected for one or two years shall be eligible for re-election, provided that the total tenure of the Studentship shall not exceed three years.

9. The Student, if not a member of the University, must become such as soon as practicable after his or her election.

Value.

10. The emolument of the Studentship shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund, within a range approved from time to time by the Council, as the Electors may determine after taking account of the Student's financial circumstances. The emolument shall be paid in such instalments as shall be determined by the Electors, provided that the Electors may withhold payment of any instalment if they are not satisfied that the Student is pursuing his or her course of study with sufficient diligence.

Unexpended income.

11. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Electors to assist the Student to meet travelling expenses or any other special expenses in connection with his or her research that may be approved by the Electors.

Gedge Prize

Endowments, 1904, p. 429

How often awarded.

1. The Prize shall be called the Gedge Prize. It shall be offered for competition in every second year, and shall consist of the interest on the capital sum (£1,000) for the two years next preceding.

Subject.

2. The Prize shall be awarded for the best original observations in Physiology or in any branch thereof, that is to say, in Histology, Physiological Chemistry, or Physiological Physics, the word Physiology being used in a wide sense. The observations must, however, be limited to research which has been conducted by the candidate since the commencement of his or her first term of residence.

Who may be candidates.

3. A candidate for the Prize (who need not necessarily be a graduate of the University) shall be:

  1. either(a)a member of the University who during six terms subsequent to the beginning of the term of his or her matriculation has studied in the University laboratories or attended University lectures and who at the time of the award of the Prize will be of not less than five years’ and not more than seven years’ standing from matriculation;
  2. or(b)a Graduate Student who at the time of the award of the Prize will have been registered as a Graduate Student for not more than five years.
Conditions to be published in Reporter.

4. The Faculty Board of Biology shall cause a Notice of the conditions of the award to be inserted in the Reporter in the course of the Michaelmas Term next preceding that in which the Prize is to be awarded.

Examiners.
Assessors.

5. The Examiners shall be the Professor of Physiology, and two persons nominated by the Faculty Board of Biology and appointed by the General Board. The persons so nominated shall be or shall have been engaged in the University in the teaching of Physiology or of any branch thereof. The Examiners shall be appointed before the end of the month of May previous to the term in which the Prize is to be awarded. Each of the Examiners nominated by the Faculty Board of Biology shall receive from the Chest, except in cases where no exercise is sent in, such amount as may be determined by the Faculty Board within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The Examiners shall have power to nominate an Assessor or Assessors (not exceeding three in number) for appointment by the General Board. Each Assessor so appointed shall receive from the Chest such sum as may be determined by the Faculty Board within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The number of Assessors so appointed shall not be more than the number of essays expected.

When essays must be sent in.

6. Every candidate shall notify the subject of his or her essay to the Secretary of the Faculty Board of Biology before 1 May in the Easter Term preceding the award, and shall send the essay to the Registrary by 7 September. The Faculty Board of Biology shall decide whether the subject proposed falls within the scope of Regulation 2.

Essay may be presented as a lecture.

7. The Examiners may require every candidate to deliver his or her essay in the form of a lecture and to demonstrate any experiments and researches mentioned therein.

When awarded.

8. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners in the month of October of each year of which the number is even.

Report by Examiners to Faculty Board.

9. The Examiners shall report to the Faculty Board of Biology whether any essay has been sent in and what, if any, award has been made. The Chairman of the Faculty Board shall thereupon announce the decision of the Examiners.

If Prize not awarded.

10. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the interest on the capital sum for the two years next preceding shall be paid to the account of the Museum of Zoology.

Gender Studies Fund

Grace 1 of 12 March 2008

Fund.

1. The sum of £1.1m received by the University to support teaching and research in Gender Studies, together with other sums received for the same purpose, shall form a fund called the Gender Studies Fund.

Committee of Management.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be under the control of a Committee of Management consisting of:

  1. (a)the Chairman of the Faculty Board of Earth Sciences and Geography, who shall be Chairman;
  2. (b)one person appointed by each of the Councils of the Schools of Arts and Humanities, the Biological Sciences, Clinical Medicine, the Humanities and Social Sciences, the Physical Sciences, and Technology;
  3. (c)the Head of the Department of Geography;
  4. (d)the person designated as Director of the Centre for Gender Studies in the Department of Geography;
  5. (e)one person who is not a resident member of the University appointed by the General Board to represent the national or international gender studies community;
  6. (f)not more than two members co-opted by the Committee, provided that it shall not be obligatory for the Committee to co-opt any person or persons.

3. Members in classes (b) and (e) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment. Members in class (f) shall serve until 31 December of the year in which they are co-opted or of the year next following, as the Committee shall determine at the time of their co-optation.

4. The Committee shall meet at least three times a year.

University Lecturer.

5. The first charge on the Fund shall be the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs payable by the University in respect of the University Lecturer in Gender Studies in the Department of Geography.

Unexpended income.

6. Any unexpended income in a financial year, and such portion of the capital of the Fund as shall be determined by the Committee of Management, shall be applied, in any manner that the Committee shall determine, to support the study and teaching of Gender Studies in the University and to co-operate with outside bodies in the encouragement of gender research more generally.

Genzyme Fund for Clinical Neurosciences

Name and purpose.

1.  The sums to be received over three years from the Board of Cambridge in America, representing a donation from the Genzyme Corporation, to support a Clinical Lectureship in Neuroimmunology in the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, and any subsequent sums received for the same purpose, shall form a fund to be called the Genzyme Fund for Clinical Neurosciences.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be:

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences,
  2. (b)one person appointed by the Council of the School of Clinical Medicine,
  3. (c)one person appointed by the General Board.

The Managers in classes (b) and (c) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term for a period of three years from 1 January following their appointment.

Lectureship.

3. The first charge on the Fund shall be the payment of the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs payable by the University in respect of a Clinical Lectureship in Neuroimmunology.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income of the Fund in any financial year may, at the discretion of the Managers, be either added to the capital of the Fund, or accumulated for use as income in any one or more subsequent years, or applied to support research in the Department of Clinical Neurosciences.

5. In exceptional circumstances the Managers may, subject to the approval of the General Board, use such part or parts of the capital of the Fund as they shall determine to support a Clinical Lectureship in Neuroimmunology or any other purpose as set out in Regulation 4 above.

German Endowment Fund

Purpose.

1. The income of the German Endowment Fund shall be used to support German studies in the University.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of German and Dutch and three other persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Professorship.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund in each year shall be to contribute towards the stipend of the Schröder Professor of German.

Unexpended income.

4. In any year any unexpended income shall be applied for the support of German studies in the University in a manner to be determined by the Managers. It shall be open to the Managers to add the unexpended income to the capital of the Fund.

Stat. E, XXVI.

Arnold Gerstenberg Fund and Studentship

Endowments, 1904, pp. 355–8

Studentship.

1. The income of the Arnold Gerstenberg Fund shall be applied to maintaining one or more Arnold Gerstenberg Studentships.

Managers.

2. There shall be a Board of Managers of the Fund, consisting of six persons appointed in the Michaelmas Term, two by the Faculty Board of Philosophy, two by the Board of History and Philosophy of Science, one by the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry, and one by the Faculty Board of Biology, to serve for six years from 1 January following their appointment.

Eligibility of candidates.

3. A Studentship shall be open to any person who is or is about to become a member of the University in statu pupillari or a registered Graduate Student, provided that he or she has successfully completed a course of study in Natural Science at this or another university. All candidates shall declare their intention, if elected, of pursuing a course of philosophical study in the University to be approved by the Managers.

Applications.

4. The date by which and the manner in which applications for Studentships shall be made shall be determined by the Managers. The Managers shall give not less than three months’ notice of their intention to proceed to an election. In such notice they shall indicate the date by which applications shall be submitted. The Managers shall take such steps as they may think fit to assess the capacities of candidates for the study of philosophy.

Tenure.

5. A Studentship shall be tenable for one academical year and unless otherwise determined by the Managers shall be tenable for the academical year next after the election of the Student. A Studentship may be extended by the Managers for a second or third academical year, provided that the Managers are satisfied with the Student's progress in philosophical study in the previous academical year.

Value of Studentship.

6. A Student shall receive such emolument, within a range determined from time to time by the Council, as the Managers shall determine in each case after taking account of the Student's financial circumstances. If the tenure of a Studentship is extended beyond one year, the value of the emolument shall be reassessed each year. The Managers may for good cause delay, reduce, or withhold payment to a Student, and may for good cause deprive a Student of the Studentship.

Orlando Gibbons Fund

Fund.

1. By Grace 14 of 3 February 1910 the University converted the sum raised by subscribers to the Orlando Gibbons Memorial into the Orlando Gibbons Fund.

Purpose.

2. In accordance with the desire of the subscribers, the income of the Fund shall be paid annually to the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate to be laid out by them in increasing their collection of music, each book so bought to be distinguished by having the name of Orlando Gibbons stamped upon it or in it in such a way as the Syndicate may decide to be most suitable.

Gibson Spanish Scholarship

Name.

1. The amount of the benefaction of Mrs Gibson for the endowment of a Scholarship in Spanish Literature, together with any additional funds which may be available, shall form a fund to be called the Gibson Spanish Scholarship Fund.

Administration.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to four Electors who shall be the Head of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and three persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment. Three Electors shall form a quorum.

Duties of Scholar.

3. There shall be established a scholarship to be called the Gibson Spanish Scholarship. It shall be the duty of the Scholar to undertake advanced study or research in Spanish Literature, according to a scheme to be approved by the Electors.

Election.

4. The Scholarship shall be offered in the Easter Term of every year and the Electors shall meet to consider the applications of candidates before the end of that term.

Tenure.

5. The Scholarship shall be tenable for one, two, or three years, as determined by the Electors; a Scholar elected for one or two years shall be eligible for re-election, provided that the total tenure of the Scholarship shall not exceed three years.

Who are eligible.

6. The Scholarship shall be open to any person who is, or is about to be, registered as a Graduate Student in the University. Election to and tenure of the Scholarship shall lapse if the person elected does not become or ceases to be a registered Graduate Student.

Names to Registrary.

7. Applications for the Studentship, in a form approved by the Electors, shall be submitted to the Registrary by a date to be determined by the Electors.

Qualifications of candidates.

8. The Electors may take such steps as they may think fit to inquire into the qualifications of candidates, provided that the Scholarship shall not be awarded by competitive examination.

Stipend of Scholar.

9. The stipend of the Scholar shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Electors within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The stipend shall be paid in such instalments as shall be determined by the Electors, provided that the Electors may withhold payment of any instalment if they are not satisfied that the Scholar is pursuing his or her course of study or research with sufficient diligence.

Restrictions.

10. The Scholar shall not during the tenure of the Scholarship systematically follow any business or profession or engage in educational or other work which in the opinion of the Electors would in any way interfere with his or her course of research.

Accumulated income.

11. Any accumulated income of the Fund may be used from time to time at the discretion of the Electors and subject to such conditions as they may think fit

  1. (a)to provide the stipend of one or more additional Scholars;
  2. (b)to make grants to Scholars to assist them in prosecuting their research.

12. These regulations shall be subject to alteration by Grace, provided that the income of the Fund shall always be devoted to the endowment of a scholarship for the encouragement of the study of Spanish Literature in the University, to be called the Gibson Spanish Scholarship.

Girdler Fund

Title.

1. The capital sum received under the terms of the will of Professor Ronald William Girdler, shall form a fund called the Girdler Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be:

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences, and
  2. (b)three persons appointed by the Departmental Committee of the Department of Earth Sciences.

Managers in class (b) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Application of income.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied to support, by way of grants, graduate students wishing to pursue research in Geophysics, the application of Physics to problems in the Earth Sciences, in the Department.

Unexpended income.

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.

Gladstone Memorial Prize

Endowments, 1904, p. 436

Value.

1. The Gladstone Memorial Prize of £250, or such greater sum as shall be provided by the Gladstone Memorial Trustees, shall be offered each academical year.

Adjudicators.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by three Adjudicators appointed by the General Board, who shall be paid by the Gladstone Memorial Trustees a sum approved by the Council. One Adjudicator shall be appointed each year by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Economics Tripos, one by the Examiners for Part II of the Historical Tripos, and one by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Social and Political Sciences Tripos.

How awarded.

3. At their final meeting of the year each of the Boards of Examiners for the Triposes referred to in Regulation 2 shall identify the one or two best dissertations submitted by candidates for the Part concerned. Each dissertation identified by the Examiners shall be referred to the Adjudicators, who shall award the Prize for the dissertation which in their opinion is most meritorious.

Glaxo Pharmacology Fund

Name.

1. The sum paid to the University by Glaxo Group Research Limited in accordance with the agreement dated 17 February 1992 shall form a fund called the Glaxo Pharmacology Fund.

Purpose.

2. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be applied for the support of research in the Department of Pharmacology, particularly but not exclusively in the fields of cardiovascular and gastro-intestinal pharmacology, in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department.

Glennie Prizes in Child Psychiatry

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of £3,000 donated to the University by Mrs E. M. Glennie, MBE, in memory of her husband Dr R. E. Glennie, first Consultant Child Psychiatrist to the United Cambridge Hospitals and East Anglian Regional Hospital Board, shall form a Fund for the purpose of awarding annual prizes in the field of child psychiatry.

Title.

2. The Prizes shall be called the Glennie Prizes in Child Psychiatry.

Who may compete.

3. The Prizes shall be open to any member of the University who is pursuing clinical study in Cambridge and is a candidate for the Final M.B. Examination.

How awarded.

4. The Awarders of the Prizes shall be the Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the University Lecturer in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (or their deputies). A first Prize and a second Prize shall be awarded for the best and the next best annotated case history of a child with a psychosomatic illness seen during the clinical course leading to the Final M.B. Examination.

Value.

5. The value of the first Prize shall be two-thirds of the income of the Fund for the financial year in which the award is made. The value of the second Prize shall be one-third of that income.

Notice.

6. In the Michaelmas Term of each year the Awarders shall publish a Notice of the Prizes to be awarded in the calendar year next but one, giving details of the form in which the case reports should be presented, the particular areas of child psychiatry that may form the basis of the reports, and the dates by which and the person to whom the reports should be submitted.

Unexpended income.

7. If in any year the second Prize or neither Prize is awarded, the unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Amendment.

8. These regulations, other than Regulations 1 and 2 and this regulation, shall be subject to alteration by Grace.

Goldsmiths’ Prize and Medal

Prize.

1. The sum made available annually by the Goldsmiths’ Company shall be used to provide a prize called the Goldsmiths’ Prize.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Materials Science and Metallurgy in Part III of the Natural Sciences Tripos for a distinguished performance in that examination.

Medal.

3. The prize-winner shall also be awarded a silver medal provided by the Goldsmiths’ Company.

Gollan Fund

Fund and purpose.

The sum received under the Will of Mr D. H. L. Gollan, of Trinity College, shall form a fund called the Gollan Fund, which shall be placed at the disposal of the Head of the Department of Veterinary Medicine and shall be used to support the study of farm animals.

Gow Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The sum received by the University under the Will of A. S. F. Gow, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Emeritus Brereton Reader in Classics, shall form a fund to be called the Gow Fund. Two-thirds of that sum shall be invested as a purchase fund, the income of which shall be available for the purchase of works of art for the Fitzwilliam Museum, and one-third shall form a general fund the capital or income of which shall be available for any purpose of the Museum including the purchase of works of art or building work.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate.

Graham-Smith Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The bequest of Dr G. S. Graham-Smith shall form a fund called the Graham-Smith Fund which shall in accordance with the terms of the Will of the benefactor be used for any purpose connected with the Department of Pathology or for the use of any Department or other institution which may develop therefrom more especially if it is devoted to the science of bacteriology.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Professor of Pathology and the Secretary of the School of the Biological Sciences. If the Managers fail to agree on the use of the Fund in any instance the matter shall be referred to the Regius Professor of Physic for a ruling.

Application of Fund.

3. The capital and income of the Fund shall be applied from time to time at the discretion of the Managers, and subject to such conditions as they may think fit, to any purpose consistent with Regulation 1.

J.H. Gray Fund

The income of the J. H. Gray Fund, which was established by a gift from the funds of the Cambridge University Rugby Union Football Club, shall be available to the Faculty Board of Classics to meet the expense of lectures, or courses of lectures, on subjects not adequately provided for by the University Education Fund. In accordance with the express wishes of the benefactor the Faculty Board shall have wide discretion in the use of the income, provided that it shall not be used to subvent lectures ordinarily included in the Lecture-list.

Mark Gregson Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The sum subscribed in memory of Mark Stephen Gregson, B.A., of St John's College, shall form a fund called the Mark Gregson Fund, for the encouragement of study and research in archaeology.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Archaeology and two University officers assigned to the Department, to be appointed in the Michaelmas Term by the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology to serve for two years from 1 January following their appointment.

Prize.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of a prize called the Mark Gregson Prize, which shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for the Examination for Part IIa of the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in the subject Archaeology in that examination.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

5. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied at the discretion of the Managers to assist members of the University in statu pupillari and registered Graduate Students in undertaking archaeological excavations or other archaeological fieldwork.

6. These regulations, except Regulation 1, shall be subject to alteration by Grace.

Gresham Prize in Pathology

Fund and purpose.

1. The donation of £550 made in 1986 by Professor G. Austin Gresham, M.D., Sc.D., Fellow of Jesus College, shall form a fund called the Gresham Fund for the purpose of awarding a prize in Pathology.

Prize.

2. The title of the Prize shall be the Gresham Prize in Pathology.

How awarded.

3. The Prize shall be awarded each year to the candidate who achieves the highest score in the Final M.B. Part I Examinations in Pathology held in that academical year.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

Unexpended income.

5. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Grimshaw-Parkinson Fund

Title.

1. The investments representing that portion of the residuary estate of the late John Grimshaw wherein Sir John Parkinson released his life interest in favour of the University by Deed of Partition dated 2 August 1961 shall form a fund called the Grimshaw-Parkinson Fund.

Purpose of bequest.

2. The regulations for the Fund which follow this regulation are based on directions contained in a codicil to the Will of Sir John Parkinson and which in accordance with the terms of that codicil may be altered by Grace on the recommendation of the Managers in order to conform with the changing nature of medical practice and scientific investigation; provided always that the University shall adhere to the object of the bequest as described in the following extract from the Will of John Grimshaw, that is to say ‘furtherance of scientific education and/or scientific research of a character preferably but not necessarily medical and either by the provision of a scholarship or scholarships (resident or travelling) the establishment of a laboratory the purchase of instruments or apparatus or otherwise’.

Managers.

3. The Managers of the Fund shall be:

  1. (a)the Regius Professor of Physic;
  2. (b)a person appointed by the Vice-Chancellor;
  3. (c)the President for the time being of the British Cardiac Society or a deputy appointed by the President;
  4. (d)any other persons who may be appointed from time to time by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine.
Application.

4. The income of the Fund shall be applied to maintain one or more Grimshaw-Parkinson Studentships. It shall be the duty of a Grimshaw-Parkinson Student, under the general supervision of the Managers, to engage in research in the field of diseases of the heart and circulation preferably with a view to treatment.

Eligibility.

5. The Student shall be a registered medical practitioner or the holder of a medical degree, British or foreign, approved by the Managers, without restriction on nationality or sex.

G. C. Grindley Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The bequest of G. C. Grindley, M.A., formerly Fellow of University (now Wolfson) College, shall form a fund called the G. C. Grindley Fund the income of which shall be used in accordance with the terms of the Will of the benefactor for the purpose of research into behaviour and its relation to mental processes and underlying physiological mechanisms.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers who shall be the Professor of Experimental Psychology and two other persons appointed in the Michaelmas Term, one by the Faculty Board of Biology and the other by the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences, each to serve for three years from 1 January following.

Grosvenor Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sums received from the Westminster Foundation for the support of work in real estate finance within the Department of Land Economy shall form a fund called the Grosvenor Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be under the control of a Board of Managers who shall be:

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of Land Economy as Chairman;
  2. (b)two persons appointed by the General Board, at least one of whom shall be appointed on the nomination of Grosvenor Group Holdings Ltd;
  3. (c)the Grosvenor Professsor of Real Estate Finance;
  4. (d)not more than two persons co-opted at the discretion of the Managers.

Members in class (b) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. Members in class (d) shall serve until 31 December of the year in which they are co-opted or of the following year, as the Managers shall decide at the time of their co-optation.

Professorship.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs payable by the University in respect of the Grosvenor Professor of Real Estate Finance.

Surplus income.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3, the income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers for the support of work in real estate finance for charitable and public benefit in the Department of Land Economy.

Unexpended income.

5. 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.

Kurt Hahn Prizes

Amended by Grace 6 of 10 June 2009

Prizes.

1. The sum made available each year by the Trustees of the Kurt Hahn Trust shall be used to provide four Kurt Hahn Prizes.

How awarded.

2. The Prizes shall be awarded as follows:

  1. (a)one Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part Ia of the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos for a distinguished performance in German (Option B) in that examination;
  2. (b)one Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos for a distinguished performance in German in that examination;
  3. (c)one Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part II of the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos for a distinguished performance by a candidate who has offered a majority of papers, including Paper C1, in German in that examination;
  4. (d)one Prize shall be awarded by the Head of the Department of Engineering for a distinguished performance in German in an approved examination in that language taken by a candidate for Part IIb of the Engineering Tripos.
Value.

3. The value of each Prize shall be one-quarter of the sum made available by the Trustees.

Andrew Hall Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum subscribed in memory of Andrew Rodney Hall, of St Catharine's College, who was killed in a climbing accident in Norway in 1975, shall form a fund called the Andrew Hall Fund, for the encouragement of study and research in geography.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Managers of the Philip Lake Fund II.

Prize.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide an Andrew Hall Prize to be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part Ia of the Geographical Tripos to the best candidate in that examination. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

4. These regulations, except Regulation 1, shall be subject to alteration by Grace.

John Hall Fund

Fundand purpose.

1. The sum given to the University in 1977 by John Challice Hall, M.A., LL.B., of St John's College, shall form a fund called the John Hall Fund, the income of which shall be used for the promotion and encouragement of the study of Law in the University.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Law, who may delegate any or all of their functions under these regulations to a committee consisting of not less than three persons, at least one of whom shall be a member of the Faculty Board.

Prize.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of a prize called the John Hall Prize, which shall be awarded annually for distinction in Family Law shown by performance in that subject in Part Ib or Part II of the Law Tripos.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Law within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

5. After the provision of the John Hall Prize, the Managers shall have power to apply any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund:

  1. (a)to provide lectures or other teaching in the Faculty of Law, supplementary to the teaching provided from the University Education Fund;
  2. (b)to purchase books or other materials for the Squire Law Library;
  3. (c)to make grants or payments related to any other educational or academic purpose of the Faculty of Law, and to attach to the award of any such grant or payment such conditions as they may think fit.

Hallam Fund and Prize

Fund.

1. The sums given to the University by George Hanley Hallam, M.A., sometime Craven Scholar and Fellow of St John's College, shall be separately invested and shall form a fund called the Hallam Fund.

Prize.

2. There shall be established in the University an annual prize, called the Hallam Prize, which shall be used for travel in Italy, including a visit to Rome.

Awarders.

3. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Awarders for the University Classical Scholarships, and upon the papers set for Part Ib of the Classical Tripos.

Who may compete.

4. The prize may be awarded together with one of the aforesaid Scholarships. In accordance with Mr Hallam's wish, women shall be eligible for the Prize.

5. The amount of the Prize shall be paid to the prize-winner, provided that an application through the Student's Tutor has been submitted before the proposed travel has taken place.

When to travel.

6. Except for grave cause approved by the Faculty Board of Classics, travel shall take place not later than the Long Vacation next after the thirteenth term from the student's first term of residence, and a brief report on the travel shall be sent to the Registrary, for communication to the Faculty Board, as soon as possible after the student's return.

Value.

7. The value of the Prize shall be the income of the Fund for the financial year in which the award is made.

Hamilton Prize

Fund and Prize.

1. The money given to the University by Mr J. W. O. Hamilton and accepted on 12 November 1937 shall form a fund called the Hamilton Fund, supporting a prize for research into radio and other forms of communication using electromagnetic radiation which shall be called the Hamilton Prize, founded in honour of James Clark Maxwell, late Fellow of Trinity College and first Cavendish Professor of Experimental Physics; with whose services to the science of wireless communication the donor has associated the names of Sir John Ambrose Fleming, M.A., Honorary Fellow of St John's College, and Sir Oliver Joseph Lodge, Hon. Sc.D. of the University.

When offered.

2. The Prize shall be offered for competition in every year, and shall consist of the income of the Fund for the financial year preceding, after payment of the Examiners’ fees.

Subject.

3. The Prize shall be awarded for the best report embodying research carried out in the University on the theory or practice of the physics or engineering of any aspect of communication, propagation, or signal processing, associated with electromagnetic radiation or wave propagation. A report shall not exceed 5,000 words in length, excluding any appendices.

Who are eligible.

4. Members of the University who are or have been Graduate Students shall be eligible to compete for the prize, provided that:

  1. (a)not more than twelve terms of their course of research have been completed since admission as a Graduate Student;
  2. (b)they have resided in Cambridge for not less than sixty days during the twelve months preceding the day on or before which dissertations are to be submitted.

5. No candidate who has already been awarded the Prize or part of it shall compete again.

Submission of report.

6. Each candidate shall submit the title of his or her proposed report, together with a statement of its scope in not more than 300 words, to the Registrary not later than 15 September. The Registrary shall submit that information to the Secretaries of the Faculty Boards of Engineering and of Physics and Chemistry. Reports, which must be printed or typewritten, shall be submitted in duplicate to the Registrary not later than 31 October. Candidates may incorporate in their reports material already published, provided that the work was done in Cambridge, but they are expected to submit a connected account of their complete investigations.

Examiners.

7. The Examiners shall be two persons appointed by the General Board before the division of the Michaelmas Term, one on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Engineering and the other on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry. The award of the Prize shall be made not later than the first day of Full Lent Term. Each Examiner shall receive from the income of the Fund, unless no report is sent in, such sum as shall be determined jointly by the Faculty Boards of Engineering and of Physics and Chemistry within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Division of Prize.

8. The Prize may be awarded for a report submitted jointly by two candidates giving an account of the research which they have carried out in co-operation. In comparing the merits of combined and independent work, the Examiners shall expect an appreciably higher standard for the former. In the case of an award made for a joint report, the Prize shall be divided equally between the two co-authors.

Deposit of report.

9. Each prize-winner shall present a copy of his or her report to the University Library.

10. The University shall have power to alter and amend these regulations from time to time by Grace, on the recommendation of the Faculty Boards of Engineering and of Physics and Chemistry, provided that the Prize shall always be associated with the four names mentioned in Regulation 1 and shall be devoted to the encouragement of radio research.

Stat. E, V.

Hare Prize

Endowments, 1904, p. 401

Subject.

1. The Hare Prize shall be offered annually for a dissertation on a subject, proposed by the candidate and approved by the Faculty Board of Classics, which falls within the scope of the Faculty of Classics.

Adjudicators.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by not more than three Adjudicators, who shall be appointed by the General Board on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Classics not later than the division of the Easter Term. Each Adjudicator shall receive from the income of the Fund such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Classics within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Who may compete.

3. The Prize shall be open to any member of the University who has been approved by the Board of Graduate Studies for the award of the Ph.D. Degree during the calendar year next preceding the year of the award.

Dissertation.

4. Not later than the fifth day of Full Lent Term, a candidate shall notify the Registrary of the title of the dissertation that he or she proposes to submit. The Registrary shall communicate proposed titles to the Secretary of the Faculty Board of Classics, and shall inform candidates of the approval or rejection of their titles. Candidates whose titles have been approved shall send their dissertations to the Secretary of the Faculty Board so as to arrive not later than the last day of the Lent Term. A dissertation shall not exceed 80,000 words in length.

Date of award.

5. The Faculty Board of Classics shall select not more than three dissertations from among those submitted under Regulation 4, and shall refer them to the Adjudicators. The award shall be made not later than the division of the ensuing Michaelmas Term.

Value.

6. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund, after payments have been made to the Adjudicators.

7. The successful candidate shall deposit a copy of his or her dissertation in the Library of the Faculty of Classics.

8. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the amount of the Prize for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Harkness Scholarship

Endowments, 1904, p. 337

Name.

1. There shall be a Scholarship to be called the Harkness Scholarship, which shall be awarded annually for proficiency in Geology, including therein Palaeontology.

Who are eligible.

2. Any member of the University shall be eligible to the Scholarship who has passed some final examination for the degree of Bachelor of Arts provided that on the day of election not more than three years have elapsed since 19 December next following the said final examination.

Managers.

3. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences and three University officers in the Department of Earth Sciences, appointed by the Faculty Board of Earth Sciences and Geography in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment.

Electors.

4. A Scholar shall be elected in the month of June each year by a Board of Electors consisting of the Managers and the Examiners in Geological Sciences for Part II of the Natural Sciences Tripos for that year and those for the preceding year. No business shall be transacted unless five members at least of the Board be present.

Names of candidates to be sent in.

5. The names of candidates shall be made known to the Registrary not later than 31 May in each year.

Qualifications.

6. In making the award the Electors shall have regard to proficiency in Geology, including therein Palaeontology, and to promise of future work.

7. The Electors shall have authority to take any steps they think advisable to enable them to ascertain the qualifications of the candidates; any necessary expenses incurred by them in so doing shall be charged to the Fund.

Duty of Scholar.

8. It shall be the duty of the Scholar during the academical year of tenure to undertake research in Geology or Palaeontology either in Cambridge or elsewhere under the direction of the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences or some person approved by the Head of the Department.

Stipend of Scholar.

9. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend of the Scholar. The stipend shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers in each case, taking account of the other financial resources which may be available to the Scholar, within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The stipend shall be paid in two half-yearly instalments in advance. The second instalment shall not be paid unless the Managers are satisfied that the Scholar has been pursuing his or her studies with sufficient diligence.

Grants from Fund.

10. The Managers may make grants from the balance of the annual income of the Fund to assist a Scholar during the year of his or her tenure, and from any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund to assist any former Scholar or Scholars in prosecuting geological or palaeontological researches, subject to a maximum total value of grants to any person determined by the Managers with the approval of the Council. No grant shall be paid to a former Scholar later than three years after the end of the academical year of his or her tenure, nor shall any grant be paid to a former Scholar unless he or she continues to undertake research in Geology or Palaeontology either in Cambridge or elsewhere under the direction of the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences or some person appointed by the Head of the Department.

Stat. E, XLI.

Harness Prize

Endowments, 1904, p. 409

Prize.

1. The Prize shall be offered annually. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund after the expenses of the award have been met.

Subject, and who may compete.

2. The Prize shall be given to the author of the best English essay on a subject connected with Shakespearian literature, such author being either an undergraduate or a postgraduate student who when the exercises are to be sent in to the Registrary is of not more than three years’ standing from 31 December following the date of admission to his or her first degree, whether of this or another university.

Adjudicators.

3. The Prize shall be adjudged by two persons nominated by the Faculty Board of English for appointment in the Lent Term. Each Adjudicator shall receive from the income of the Fund, except when no essay is sent in, such amount as may be determined by the Faculty Board within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Notice of subject.

4. The Adjudicators shall select and announce a subject for the essay in the Michaelmas Term each year. A candidate who wishes to submit an essay on a subject connected with Shakespearian literature of his or her own choosing shall so inform the Registrary not later than the first day of the Full Lent Term next following the announcement; the Registrary shall submit the proposed subject to the Adjudicators and shall communicate the approval or rejection thereof to the candidate.

Essays.

5. An essay for the Prize shall not exceed 20,000 words and should not generally be less than 15,000 words in length. Each essay shall be printed or typewritten and, with a declaration of its length, shall be sent to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than 31 August in the calendar year next following the announcement of the selected subject. It shall bear a motto but not the candidate's name, and shall be accompanied by a sealed envelope bearing the same motto outside and containing the candidate's name and College.

Condition.

6. The successful candidate shall send a printed or typewritten copy of his or her essay to the Vice-Chancellor, to each Adjudicator, to the University Library, and to the Library of Christ's College.

7. If on any occasion the Adjudicators shall be of opinion that no essay sent in is deserving of the Prize, the amount of the Prize for that occasion shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Alterations.

8. The University shall have power to alter and determine from time to time, by Grace, the regulations respecting the persons by whom the subject of the essay shall be chosen and the Prize adjudged, and also the regulations respecting the intervals at which the Prize shall be offered and the times when the subject shall be announced and the essays sent in.

Harnett Fund

1. The bequest of Lt-Colonel W. L. Harnett shall form a fund called the Harnett Fund, which shall in accordance with the terms of the Will of the benefactor be used for increasing medical knowledge and aiding medical research.

2. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be applied as the General Board shall from time to time determine after consultation with the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine.

Hartree and Clerk Maxwell Prizes

Fund.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by Douglas Rayner Hartree, M.A., Ph.D., of Christ's College, formerly John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Mathematical Physics, shall form a fund called the Hartree Fund.

Hartree Prize.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide a prize called the Hartree Prize which shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part II of the Natural Sciences Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in Experimental and Theoretical Physics in that examination.

Clerk Maxwell Prize.

3. The Examiners shall be empowered at their discretion to award a Clerk Maxwell Prize to any winner of the Hartree Prize. The value of a Clerk Maxwell Prize shall be determined by the Cavendish Professor of Physics and the Head of the Department of Physics acting in conjunction; such a Prize shall be provided from the income of the Clerk Maxwell Memorial Fund, under Regulation 2(c) for that fund, and from the funds at the disposal of the Head of the Department of Physics.

Hartwell Fund for Islamic Studies

Title and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by the Oakhill Group Ltd shall form a fund called the Hartwell Fund for Islamic Studies, the income of which shall be used for the advancement of Islamic Studies in the University.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by a Board of Managers, who shall be:

  1. (a)the Vice-Chancellor (or a duly appointed deputy) as Chairman;
  2. (b)the Chairman of the Faculty Board of Divinity;
  3. (c)the Director of the Centre for Advanced Religious and Theological Studies;
  4. (d)two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Divinity on the nomination of Hartwell plc.

Managers in class (d) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

3. The Managers shall meet at least once a year.

4. It shall be the duty of the Managers:

  1. (a)to keep the financial position of the Fund under review;
  2. (b)to decide on the future use of the Fund if the University should cease to be able to make provision for Islamic Studies in the Faculty of Divinity.
University office.

5. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be payment of the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs of the holder of a University office in the Faculty of Divinity concerned with teaching or research in Islamic Studies. In making appointments to such an office the appointing body shall be advised by an Assessor appointed by the Faculty Board of Divinity after consulting the Managers.

Unexpended income.

6. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 5, any unexpended income of the Fund may be applied by the Managers at their discretion for the advancement of Islamic Studies in the University.

7. These regulations may be amended by Grace, subject to the approval of the Oakhill Group Ltd.

William Harvey Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The moneys donated and covenanted by graduates of the University in Medicine shall form a fund to be called the William Harvey Fund. The income of the Fund but not the capital shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers, subject to any direction by the donors, for any of the following or similar purposes; making grants or loans to clinical medical students in cases of hardship; the purchase of special acquisitions for the Medical Library; the endowment of prizes, studentships, and scholarships; the provision of sports facilities and amenities for clinical medical students.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Regius Professor of Physic, the Director of Medical Education, and two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine in the Michaelmas Term to serve for a period of four years from 1 January following the appointment. The Secretary of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine shall act as Secretary to the Managers. At least once in every academical year the Managers shall consult the appropriate representatives of the clinical students concerning the provision of funds for sports facilities and amenities and shall consider any proposals made by them on behalf of the clinical student body.

Augmentation of the Fund.

3. The Managers shall be empowered to receive donations, subscriptions, and other benefactions for the augmentation of the capital or income of the Fund as the Managers, in the absence of any direction by a donor, may decide.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income at the end of a financial year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

William Harvey Studentships in Clinical Medicine

Name, purpose, and value.

1. A sum to be determined in the Michaelmas Term each year by the Managers of the William Harvey Fund shall be set aside for the purpose of awarding annually a number of William Harvey Studentships in Clinical Medicine. The number and value of the Studentships shall be at the discretion of the Awarders within the total sum available. One of the Studentships shall be called the ‘Cambridge Medical Graduates’ Fund Studentship’, three of the Studentships shall be called the ‘Werner Jacobson Halley Stewart Scholarships’, and one of the Studentships shall be called the ‘Duncan Roland Studentship’.

Awarders.

2. The Awarders of the Studentships shall be the Regius Professor of Physic and the Director of Medical Education or their deputies appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine.

Eligibility.

3. A William Harvey Studentship may be awarded to any student pursuing a course of clinical instruction in the University leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. Werner Jacobson Halley Stewart Scholarships shall be awarded to students who are pursuing the M.B./Ph.D. course.

When awarded.

4. The Studentships shall normally be awarded in the Easter Term.

Sylvia Haslam Prize in Ecology

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £2,000 given to the University by Dr Sylvia Haslam, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., of Newnham College, shall form a fund called the Sylvia Haslam Prize Fund, which shall be used to provide a prize called the Sylvia Haslam Prize in Ecology.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Head of the Department of Plant Sciences, the Professor of Plant Ecology, and the Examiners for the subject Plant Sciences in Part II of the Natural Sciences Tripos for an outstanding performance in ecology in the examination for that subject unless the Awarders are of the opinion that there is no candidate of sufficient merit to receive the Prize.

Value.

3. The Prize shall consist of books, to the value of the annual income of the Fund, selected by the prize-winner subject to the approval of the Head of the Department of Plant Sciences.

If not awarded.

4. If in any near no award is made the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Stephen Hawking Endowment for Cosmological Research

Title.

1. The sum of US$1,845,000 received from the Board of Cambridge in America to honour the life and research of Stephen William Hawking, CH, CBE, Ph.D., FRS, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, shall form a fund to be known as the Stephen Hawking Endowment for Cosmological Research.

Purpose.

2. The income and up to one-third of the capital of the Fund shall be used exclusively to assist, enhance, support, bolster, and sustain research, cosmological or otherwise, in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, as chosen by and approved by Professor Hawking personally during his lifetime. Thereafter, the Fund shall be administered by four Managers who shall be the Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, the Professor of Mathematical Physics (1967), and two Managers appointed by the Faculty Board of Mathematics. The Managers appointed by the Faculty Board shall each serve for four years from 1 January following his or her appointment. The Managers shall apply the income of the Fund to the support of scientific research and activity in the University which would further human understanding of the fundamental questions in cosmology and gravitation addressed by Professor Hawking, or to the support of research which they believe would have been of interest to Professor Hawking.

Stephen Hawking Trust Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The monies received by the University to perpetuate the intellectual legacy of Professor Stephen Hawking, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, in the field of theoretical cosmology shall form a fund to be known as the Stephen Hawking Trust Fund.

2. The Fund may include both endowment and expendable capital contributed by donors. The expendable capital, and the income from the endowment shall be used to support the activities of a Centre for Theoretical Cosmology within the University, whose goals shall be:

  1. (i)to promote research and postgraduate teaching in theoretical cosmology within the University;
  2. (ii)to co-operate with outside bodies in the promotion of research and postgraduate teaching in theoretical cosmology internationally.
Managers.

3. The administration of the Fund shall be under the control of a Board of Managers consisting of:

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, who shall serve as the Chairman;
  2. (b)the Professor of Mathematical Physics (1967);
  3. (c)two Professors working in a relevant scientific discipline appointed by the Faculty Board of Mathematics;
  4. (d)one additional University Teaching Officer in the Faculty of Mathematics co-opted by the Managers;
  5. (f)Professor Stephen Hawking during his life-time;
  6. (g)up to three distinguished persons external to the University appointed by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.
Tenure of Managers.

4. Members in classes (c) and (g) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. Co-opted members in class (d) shall serve until 31 December of the year in which they are co-opted or of the year following, as the Managers shall determine at the time of their co-optation.

Director of the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology.

5. The Director of the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology shall be appointed by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers. He or she shall hold office for four years, and shall be eligible for reappointment. The Director shall serve as Secretary to the Board.

6. The Directorship of the Centre shall be held concurrently with a University office in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.

7. The Board shall normally meet twice each academical year.

Unexpended income.

8. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 2 any unexpended income of the Fund may either be accumulated for use as income in future years or be applied by the Managers at their discretion for the following purposes:

  1. (i)to support one or more Stephen Hawking Visiting Professors and/or Postdoctoral Fellows;
  2. (ii)to support students accepted for the Certificate of Advanced Study in Mathematics or students approved for study towards the Ph.D. Degree within the field of theoretical physics in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics by means of Stephen Hawking Studentships.

Scientific Advisory Board

Board members.

1. The Centre shall have an international Scientific Advisory Board, which shall consist of no fewer than four highly distinguished persons in relevant scientific disciplines appointed by the General Board on the recommendation of the Board of Managers.

Tenure of Board members.

2. Members of the Advisory Board shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

3. The General Board, in making their appointments to the Advisory Board, shall ensure that not more than one of its members is a resident member of the University.

Chairman.

4. The Chairman of the Advisory Board shall be appointed by the General Board for a period of not more than three years and shall be eligible for reappointment for a period or periods of not more than three years at a time.

Secretary.

5. The Director of the Centre shall serve as Secretary of the Advisory Board.

6. The Advisory Board shall meet at least once every two years.

Advisory Board duty.

7. The duty of the Advisory Board shall be to advise the Director of the Centre on all aspects of the scientific programme and policy of the Centre.

Stephen Hawking Visiting Professorships

Tenure.

1. One or more Stephen Hawking Visiting Professors shall be appointed by the General Board under the authority of Statute D, XV, 1(c)(iii) on the recommendation of the Managers. The tenure of a Hawking Professor shall normally be for a period of not more than six months but may, exceptionally, be for a period of not more than one year.

Duty.

2. It shall be the duty of a Stephen Hawking Visiting Professor to participate in the teaching and research programme of the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology.

3. The stipend, travelling expenses, and subsistence allowance of a Stephen Hawking Visiting Professor shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

Residency.

4. A Stephen Hawking Visiting Professor shall be required to reside in Cambridge unless granted leave of absence by the General Board.

Stephen Hawking Postdoctoral Fellowships

Appointments.

1. The Managers shall decide upon the number of Stephen Hawking Postdoctoral Fellowships to be awarded each year. Appointments to these Fellowships shall be made upon the recommendation of the Director of the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology, in consultation with other Managers who are University Teaching Officers in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics working in a relevant scientific discipline.

Tenure.

2. The Fellowships shall be tenable for periods of up to five years.

Stipend.

3. The annual stipend of a Fellow shall be within a range determined by the Managers, to be approved from time to time by the General Board.

Research support grants.

4. Additional research support grants may also be awarded to Stephen Hawking Postdoctoral Fellows.

Stephen Hawking Studentships

Electors.

1. The Electors to a Stephen Hawking Studentship shall be the Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, the Director of the Centre of Theoretical Cosmology, and those Managers who are University Teaching Officers in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.

Eligibility.

2. In order to be eligible for the Studentship, a candidate must have been admitted, or be seeking admission, as a student taking the Certificate of Advanced Study in Mathematics or as a student studying towards the Ph.D. Degree in the field of theoretical physics, within the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.

Desmond Hawkins Award

Title and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by Thomas Desmond Hawkins, M.A., FRCP, FRCR, of St John's College, formerly Clinical Dean of the School of Clinical Medicine, shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide an award called the Desmond Hawkins Award. The purpose of the Award shall be to assist students in financing a period of elective medical study abroad.

Who are eligible.

2. The Award shall be open to any member of the University who is pursuing clinical studies in the University.

Notice.

3. In the Michaelmas Term of each year, the Director of Medical Education shall publish a Notice giving the date by which, and the manner in which, applications are to be submitted.

How awarded.

4. The Awarders shall be the Director and the Associate Dean. In making their decision, the Awarders shall have regard to the academic record of the candidates, their contribution to extra-curricular activities in the University generally, in the Clinical School, or in their College, and the nature of the proposed study. Preference shall be given to those who propose to study in a developing country.

Value.

5. The value of the Award shall be the annual income of the Fund.

Unexpended income.

6. If in any year no award is made, the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Stat. E, XXX.

Hebrew Prizes

Endowments, 1904, p. 404

Object.

1. The income of the money subscribed in 1865 and 1867 for the encouragement of the study of Hebrew in the University shall be used to provide prizes, which shall be awarded by the Examiners for the Theological and Religious Studies Tripos and the Diploma in Theology and Religious Studies, and by the Examiners in Theology and Religious Studies for the M.Phil. Degree.

Examinations on which prizes awarded.

2. There shall be open for award annually one or more prizes to candidates for Parts IIa and IIb of the Theological and Religious Studies Tripos, and the Examination for the Diploma in Theology and Religious Studies, and one or more prizes to candidates for the Examination in Theology and Religious Studies for the M.Phil. Degree who acquit themselves with distinction in the Hebrew linguistic papers in those examinations.

Value.

3. The value of a Prize shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined from time to time by the Faculty Board of Divinity with the approval of the Council.

Margot Heinemann Prize

Fund.

1. The sums subscribed in memory of Miss Margot Claire Heinemann, formerly Fellow of New Hall, shall form a Fund called the Margot Heinemann Fund.

Prize.

2. There shall be a Prize, called the Margot Heinemann Prize, which shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part I of the English Tripos for an outstanding performance in Paper 5 (Shakespeare) in that examination.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the unexpended income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Heitland Fund

One-third of the residue of the estate of William Emerton Heitland, M.A., of St John's College, shall form a fund called the Heitland Fund, the capital and income of which shall be applied for such purposes in connection with the Fitzwilliam Museum as the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate shall in their absolute discretion think fit.

Heitland and William Aldis Wright Fund

Two-thirds of the residue of the estate of William Emerton Heitland, M.A., of St John's College, and the assets remaining on 11 January 1969 in the William Aldis Wright Pension Fund shall form a fund called the Heitland and William Aldis Wright Fund, the capital and income of which shall be applied from time to time for such purposes in connection with the University Library as the Library Syndicate shall in their absolute discretion think fit.

John and Margaret Henderson Memorial Prize

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of five thousand dollars received from Dr A. Comfort, M.A., M.B., B.Chir., of Trinity College, and Mrs Comfort shall form a fund for the purpose of awarding an annual prize in the field of Gerontology and Geriatrics.

Title.

2. The title of the prize shall be the John and Margaret Henderson Memorial Prize, in memory of Mrs Comfort's parents.

Who may compete.

3. The Prize shall be open to any member of the University who is pursuing clinical study in Cambridge for the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery and has not yet taken Part III of the Final M.B. Examination.

How awarded.

4. The Prize shall be awarded for an essay or other written work of not more than 3,000 words on a subject in the field of either Gerontology or Geriatrics. The work shall be based on the candidate's actual experience in either or both of these fields, or shall concern proposals, based on that experience, for innovations in matters of care, teaching, or research.

Adjudicators.

5. In the Michaelmas Term the General Board shall appoint two Adjudicators on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine to serve for one year from 1 January following their appointment. The Adjudicators may at their discretion examine a candidate viva voce.

Value.

6. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund. If in any year there is no entry of sufficient merit to justify the award of a Prize of full value, the Adjudicators may at their discretion award a Prize of such lower value as they deem fit.

Notice.

7. Before the division of the Easter Term the Director of Medical Education shall publish a Notice giving the last date by which the work shall be submitted, provided that such date shall not be earlier than eight weeks after the publication of the Notice.

Unexpended income.

8. Any unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Hibbitt Endowed Fund for Solid Mechanics

Title.

1. The sum of US$4m received from the Board of Cambridge in America, representing a donation from Dr David and Mrs Susan Hibbitt, shall form a fund called the Hibbitt Endowed Fund for Solid Mechanics

Lecturer.

2. The stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs payable by the University in respect of a University Lecturer, to be known as the Hibbitt Lecturer in Solid Mechanics, shall be payable from the Fund.

Unexpended income.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall be added to the capital of the fund.

John Hickman Prize in Equine Studies

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums subscribed in memory of Colonel John Hickman, of King's College, Emeritus Reader in Animal Surgery, who died on 2 January 2000, shall form a fund, to be called the John Hickman Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a John Hickman Prize in Equine Studies.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Veterinary Medicine, the Deputy Head of that Department, the University Equine Surgeon, and the University Lecturer in Equine Medicine.

How awarded.

3. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part III of the Final Veterinary Examination to the candidate who has obtained the highest recommendation on clinical rotations in equine studies during the final year and who has also obtained good marks in Section 1, Equine Studies, in that Examination.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be a sum determined by the Head of the Department of Veterinary Medicine, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

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

Professor Dame Elizabeth Hill Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by Dame Elizabeth Hill, of Girton College, Emeritus Professor of Slavonic Studies, shall form a fund called the Professor Dame Elizabeth Hill Fund for Postdoctoral Research, the income of which shall be used for the encouragement of advanced study and research in Slavonic Studies.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by five Managers, who shall be:

  1. (a)the Professor of Slavonic Studies;
  2. (b)four persons appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment, one being appointed by each of the following bodies: the Faculty Boards of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, History, and Modern and Medieval Languages, and the Board of History and Philosophy of Science.
Grants.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used by the Managers to make grants for the support of advanced study or research in Slavonic Studies relating to the period before ad 1700, preference being given to persons intending to undertake a substantial project in any of the following fields: palaeography; medieval hagiography or other literature; medieval art; the monastic tradition of the Orthodox Church; the biographical study of medieval Slav contributors to geography, historiography, or the history of science. Grants may be made to University officers or other persons employed by the University and to Fellows of Colleges in the University.

Notice.

4. A notice inviting applications for grants shall be published from time to time at the discretion of the Managers.

Deposit.

5. A recipient of a grant from the Fund shall deposit in the University Library a report on the work undertaken with the help of the grant and a copy of any publication resulting from it.

Unexpended income.

6. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in a future year, at the discretion of the Managers.

Martin Hinds Travel Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Fund and purpose.

1. The benefaction of Mrs Pamela Hinds, Dr Patricia Crone, and others, in memory of George Martin Hinds, Fellow of Trinity Hall and University Lecturer in Arabic, shall form a fund called the Martin Hinds Travel Fund the income of which shall be used for the encouragement of study and research in Middle Eastern Studies.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be managed by the Head of the Department of Middle Eastern Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in the Department.

Grants or loans.

3. From the income of the Fund the Managers may make grants or loans to assist registered Graduate Students and other members of the University in statu pupillari with the cost of travel to, and residence in, the Islamic Middle East and North Africa, in order to permit them to pursue the study of the languages, culture, or history of those areas.

Charles H. and Anna M. Hodgkins Memorial

Grace 1 of 11 March 2009

The sum of £147,000 received from the Board of Cambridge in America shall form a fund, to be entitled the Charles H. and Anna M. Hodgkins Memorial, the income of which shall be used to support fundamental research in the basic sciences appertaining to physiology, as shall be determined by the Head of the Department of Physiology, Development, and Neuroscience.

Hort Memorial Fund

Endowments, 1904, p. 358

Name and purpose.

1. There shall be a fund in the University called the Hort Memorial Fund, which shall be devoted to the promotion of Biblical, Hellenistic, and Patristic research.

Administration by Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Divinity, who may delegate some or all of their functions under these regulations to a committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Income.

3. The income arising from the capital of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers, and subject to such conditions as they may think fit, for the following purposes:

  1. Grants.
    (a)grants to any person engaged in Biblical, Hellenistic, or Patristic research;
  2. (b)grants for the promotion of any undertaking connected with these departments of study.
Increase of capital.

4. The Managers shall be empowered to receive donations, subscriptions, and bequests for the augmentation of the capital of the Fund.

Alterations.

5. These regulations, except Regulation 1 and this regulation, shall be subject to alteration by Grace, provided that the object of the Fund, viz. the promotion of Biblical, Hellenistic, and Patristic research, be adhered to.

By-laws.

6. Subject to the foregoing regulations, it shall be lawful for the Managers from time to time to make and, if they see fit, to vary, such by-laws as may seem to them expedient for regulating their own proceedings and the administration of the Fund entrusted to their care.

Raymond Horton-Smith Prize

Endowments, 1904, p. 434

Name.

1. The moneys given to the University by Richard Horton-Smith, M.A., Q.C., formerly Fellow of St John's College, and by his son Sir Percival Horton-Smith Hartley, C.V.O., M.D., formerly Fellow of the same College, and by Mrs A. G. Wornum, niece of Raymond Horton-Smith, shall form a fund to be called the Raymond Horton-Smith Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a Raymond Horton-Smith Prize.

Awarded for best M.D. thesis or dissertation.

2. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the M.D. Committee to that person among the candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine who shall in the judgement of the Committee have presented the best thesis or dissertation for the degree during the academical year.

Referee.

3. For their guidance in awarding the Prize for any year the M.D. Committee may consult one independent referee and may pay the referee such fee as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Value and nature of Prize.

4. The value of the Prize shall be the net annual income of the Fund after deducting any fee paid under the provisions of Regulation 3. Of the sum given to the prize-winner at least one book must be purchased with a cover suitable for embossing, the selection of which shall be with the prize-winner and the approval with the Vice-Chancellor. Any book so purchased shall be stamped with the arms of the University and with the Horton-Smith armorial bearings. Applications for the approval of books under this regulation shall be submitted to the Registrary in accordance with the general regulations for prize books.

Alterations.

5. The University shall have power to alter and amend these regulations from time to time by Grace, on the recommendation of the Vice-Chancellor, the Master of St John's College, the Regius Professor of Physic, and the Professor of Pathology, for the time being; provided that regard shall be had to the wishes of the founder that the name Raymond Horton-Smith shall always be used in connection with the Prize and that it shall be awarded for the encouragement of Medicine and Pathology.

Sir Albert Howard Travel Exhibition

Title.

1. The sum of £1,000, bequeathed to the University by the late Sir Albert Howard for the furtherance of botanical research, shall form a fund called the Sir Albert Howard Travel Exhibition.

Income.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide an annual Travel Exhibition to be awarded to a candidate elected from among the students offering Plant Sciences in Part II of the Natural Sciences Tripos in the year of the award.

Candidates.

3. Every candidate shall apply to the Registrary not later than the seventh day of Full Easter Term, and shall submit a brief statement of the purpose and plan of the proposed travel.

Electors.

4. The Electors shall be the Professor of Botany and the Examiners in Plant Sciences for Part II of the Natural Sciences Tripos in the year in which the award is made.

Date of award.

5. The Exhibition shall be awarded not later than 7 July, and the successful candidate shall normally be required to make use of the award before 1 October following. The Professor of Botany shall have power to waive this requirement.

If not awarded.

6. If in any year the Electors are of opinion that none of the candidates is deserving of the Exhibition, no award shall be made in that year.

Unexpended income.

7. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used by the Electors, in any subsequent year, to make grants to increase the value of an Exhibition.

Hughes Fund

Title and purpose.

1. A fund shall be established in the University, called the Hughes Fund in memory of Norman Francis Hughes, formerly University Lecturer in Geology and Fellow of Queens’ College, which shall be for the sole benefit of the libraries in the Department of Earth Sciences, and any successor body to the libraries.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences, and at least four persons appointed in the Michaelmas Term by the Departmental Committee of the Department of Earth Sciences to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment, at least one of whom shall be a member of staff of the libraries in the Department, the other persons being members of the academic staff of the Department.

3. The income from the Fund shall be used solely for the purchase of printed (including books, journals, conference proceedings) and electronic materials (including access to journals and databases) for the libraries.

Unexpended income.

4. Unexpended income shall not be added to the capital of the Fund but shall be accumulated for use as income in subsequent years.

Stat. E, VI.

Hulsean Fund

Endowments, 1904, p. 117

Division of income.

1. A stipend of £10.50 for the Preacher shall be a first charge on the income available under Statute E, VI, 3; the rest shall be divided into ten equal parts, eight of which parts shall be applied to the stipend of the Professor, one to the Prize, and one to the stipend of the Lecturer. Every second year after payment has been made to the Lecturer any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund shall be applied to the stipend of the Professor.

The Hulsean Preachership

2. The Preacher shall be elected each year before the end of the Lent Term for the ensuing academical year, and shall deliver in the University one sermon on the Truth and Excellence of Revealed Religion or the Evidence of Christianity.

The Hulsean Prize

Prize.

3. The Prize shall be awarded for an essay on some subject, proposed by a candidate and approved by the Adjudicators, connected with the history of the Christian Religion.

Adjudicators.

4. The Adjudicators of the Prize shall be the Professors of Divinity. The Adjudicators shall be empowered to consult Assessors. Each Assessor shall receive such payment from the income of the Fund as may be determined from time to time by the Council on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Divinity.

Eligibility.

5. Candidature shall be open to any member of the University to whom the Prize has not previously been awarded provided that on the latest date on which essays must be submitted to the Registrary

  1. (a)eight complete terms at least or, if the candidate is an Affiliated Student, five complete terms at least have passed after his or her first term of residence;
  2. (b)the candidate has not attained the age of twenty-seven years.
Subject.

6. The subject proposed for an essay shall be sent by a candidate not later than 15 March in each year to the Registrary, who shall submit it to the Adjudicators and communicate its approval or rejection to the candidate. Each candidate shall submit his or her essay to the Registrary on or before 19 December in the year next following.

Condition.

7. The prize-winner shall deposit a printed or typewritten copy of his or her essay in the University Library.

The Hulsean Lectureship

Election, tenure, and income.

8. There shall be a Hulsean Lecturer, who shall be elected every second year to hold office for two years from 1 January next but one following the election and shall be capable of re-election after an interval of six years.

Duties.

9. The Lecturer shall during the period of office deliver a course of lectures, not fewer than four nor more than eight in number, on some branch of Christian Theology, at such times and in such places as may be determined from time to time by the Electors. The Lecturer shall be required to deposit a printed or typewritten copy of the lectures in the University Library.

Qualification.

10. The Lecturer must be a graduate of Cambridge, or a graduate of some other university.

Notice of election.

11. Public notice of the election of the Lecturer shall be given in the first quarter of the Michaelmas Term of every second year, and the election shall take place before the end of that term. It shall be open to the Electors to invite any qualified person to undertake the office.

12. A Lecturer shall receive the income available for the stipend of the Lecturer for each of two years. The stipend accrued shall be paid to the Lecturer following deposition of the copy of the lectures as required under Regulation 9.

Humanitarian Trust Fund and Studentship

Name and purpose.

1. The benefaction of the Trustees of the Humanitarian Trust shall form a fund called the Humanitarian Trust Fund, the purpose of which shall be the advancement of the study of International Law.

Investment.

2. The capital of the Humanitarian Trust Fund shall be invested in the names of the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Cambridge.

Capital and income.

3. The capital of the Fund shall be devoted to the maintenance in the University of Studentships, the object of which shall be to train Students for work in the field of International Law. The income of the Fund, both current and accumulated, shall be applied by the Faculty Board of Law, on the recommendation of the Whewell Professor of International Law, to the payment of administrative expenses not exceeding £40 a year, and otherwise to any purpose connected with the study and development of International Law. Any income unexpended in any year shall be accumulated for use in this manner.

Tenure.

4. One Studentship, which shall be called a Senior Studentship, shall be awarded once every two years provided that there is a candidate of sufficient merit. The Studentship shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, but the Electors may renew it for one further year.

Who are eligible.

5. Candidates must produce evidence that they have obtained, or are likely to obtain, before the end of the academical year of their candidature a degree or diploma at a university or college in the Commonwealth of Nations, the United States of America, the Continent of Europe, the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, or at any other university or college approved by the Electors for the purpose of this regulation. They must also produce evidence of their fitness to engage in advanced study.

Restrictions.

6. The Studentship shall not be tenable with a Commonwealth Fund Fellowship, or a College Fellowship or emolument of similar magnitude.

Value.

7. The value of the Studentship shall be £1,000 a year or such greater sum as the Electors may determine from time to time; provided always that if a Student holds, or is elected to, another emolument, the value may be reduced by such amount as the Electors may determine. The emolument of the Studentship shall be paid in advance in three instalments, at the beginning of term.

Allowances for travel.

8. The Electors may grant an allowance to cover in whole or in part the expenses of travel to and from Cambridge of a Student ordinarily resident overseas.

Termination of tenure.

9. The Electors may terminate the tenure of a Student at any time if, in their opinion, he or she is unfit to continue to hold the Studentship.

Notice of award.

10. The Secretary of the Faculty Board of Law shall advertise the Studentship, in each year in which an election is to be made, in such journals as the Whewell Professor may consider desirable.

Applications.

11. Applications shall be required to reach the Secretary of the Faculty Board not later than 1 January.

Elections.

12. Elections shall, if possible, be made before the division of the Lent Term, but the Electors shall not be debarred from making them at any other time.

Condition.

13. Awards shall be subject to the Student being or becoming a member of the University.

14. The Student shall come into residence at the beginning of the Michaelmas Term following the election, subject to dispensation by the Electors for good cause.

Course of study.

15. The Student shall pursue a course of study under the supervision of the Whewell Professor.

Restrictions.

16. The Student may not during his or her tenure be a candidate for the degree of LL.M. or for the Whewell Scholarship, but may be a candidate for a higher degree, or for a Diploma in International Law.

17. The Student shall keep terms by residence, provided that after one term of residence a student may be allowed by the Electors to reside elsewhere for a specified period, if it is in the interest of his or her work to do so.

Electors.

18. The Electors shall be the Chairman of the Faculty Board of Law (or a deputy designated by the Chairman for the current year), the Whewell Professor of International Law (or a deputy designated by the Professor for the current year), and a person appointed by the Trustees of the Humanitarian Trust.

19. These regulations may be altered by the University with the agreement of the Trustees of the Humanitarian Trust.

Huppert Prize in Geophysics

Title and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by Herbert Huppert, FRS, Fellow of King's College and Professor of Theoretical Geophysics, from the proceeds of the Arthur L. Day Prize awarded to him by the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, shall form a fund, to be called the Huppert Prize Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a Huppert Prize in Geophysics.

Adjudicators.

2. The Adjudicators of the Prize shall be the Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences, the Director of the Institute of Theoretical Geophysics, and the Professor of Active Tectonics.

How awarded.

3. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Adjudicators for the most imaginative and innovative written contribution to the field of geophysics by a resident undergraduate member of the University of Cambridge.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Adjudicators within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

5. Public notice of the Prize shall be given by the Adjudicators not later than the division of the Michaelmas Term. The notice shall include the date by which and the manner in which candidates shall submit their entries for the Prize.

Condition.

6. The Prize shall be awarded in the Easter Term.

7. One copy of the written work of the successful candidate shall be deposited in the Betty and Gordon Moore Library and one copy in the Library of the Department of Earth Sciences. Each Library shall maintain a consolidated record of all written works that have been awarded the Prize.

Unexpended income.

8. From any unexpended income which may have accumulated in the Fund the Adjudicators may in any year award a second Prize of such amount as they see fit.

Industrial Management Endowment Fund

The income of the Industrial Management Endowment Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Director of Judge Business School for the general purposes of teaching and research in the School.

Japanese Studies Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Name and purpose.

1. The sum of £750,000 received from Mr Kawashima Hiroshi, the similar sum received from Fuji Bank Limited, and other sums received for the support of Japanese Studies shall form a fund called the Japanese Studies Fund, the purpose of which shall be the furtherance of Japanese Studies generally in the University, in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of East Asian Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in Japanese in the Department.

Lecturers.

2. The stipend, national insurance, and pension contributions payable by the University in respect of the Kawashima Lecturer in Japanese Studies and the Fuji Bank Lecturer in Modern Japanese Studies shall be payable from the Fund.

Unexpended income.

3. 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 General Board shall determine.

Jebb Fund

Name.

1. The money received by the University from the gift and bequest of Lady Jebb, widow of Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb, Regius Professor of Greek and Representative of the University in Parliament, shall be separately invested and shall constitute a fund called the Jebb Fund.

The money received by the University under the Will of Henry Ernest Cashmore for the purpose of research work shall be added to the capital of the Jebb Fund, but shall be accumulated separately.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used for the encouragement of Classical and other literary studies by the provision of Studentships in accordance with Regulations 5–13.

Electors.

3. The Electors to the Jebb Studentships shall be the King Edward VII Professor of English Literature, and four persons appointed in the Michaelmas Term by the Council, one on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Classics, one on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages, one on the nomination of the Senior Tutors’ Committee, and one on the nomination of the General Board who shall be the Chairman, to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund shall be used

  1. (a)to provide grants, at the discretion of the Electors after taking account of any other financial resources that may be available to the Student, not exceeding in any one case such amount as shall be determined from time to time by the Council on the recommendation of the Electors, to supplement the normal emoluments of Students who are in special need of such assistance, whether for buying necessary books, meeting expenses arising out of the studies of a Student, or otherwise carrying out the general purposes of the Studentships or for other objects germane to the purposes of the Fund;
  2. (b)to provide travel grants, at the discretion of the Electors, subject to the same maximum as in section (a), to enable Students to visit countries relevant to their studies;
  3. (c)for the award of grants to other persons engaged in the University in study or research in Classical or other literary studies.

Jebb Studentships

Purpose.

5. The annual income of the Fund shall be used to provide the emolument of three Jebb Studentships which shall be offered annually, one for the advanced study of some subject in the field of European literature from the time of the foundation of Constantinople to the birth of Dante, one for the advanced study of some subject in the field of European literature from the time of the birth of Dante onwards, and one for the advanced study of some subject in the field of European literature of any period.

Value.

6. The maximum emolument of each Studentship shall be such amount as shall be determined from time to time by the Council on the recommendation of the Electors.

Fields of study.

7. If in any of the fields of study there be in any year no candidate whom the Electors deem of sufficient merit for the award of a Studentship, they may at their discretion award two Studentships for that year in one of the other fields of study.

Notice of election.

8. Before the end of the Michaelmas Term in every year the Electors shall publish a Notice of the date by which and the manner in which applications for the Studentship shall be made, and the election to the Studentships shall take place not later than the end of the Long Vacation period of residence next following.

Eligibility and tenure.

9. Any graduate of the University shall be eligible for a Studentship provided that on the first day of the Easter Term of the academical year in which the election is to take place he or she has not attained the age of twenty-six years. A Student may be re-elected for a year at a time, subject to a maximum tenure of four years in all. The age limit shall not apply to candidates for re-election.

10. A Studentship shall be tenable for the financial year next following the election or re-election, provided that in exceptional circumstances the Electors may postpone the tenure to a subsequent year.

11. The Electors may take such steps as they think fit to inquire into the qualifications of candidates, provided that the Studentships shall not be awarded on the result of a competitive examination.

Duties of Student.

12. It shall be the duty of each Student to undertake advanced study in connection with an author or authors of some literary problem within the limits prescribed in Regulation 5. A Student's proposed course of study shall be approved by the Electors, provided that such course may in special cases be altered or varied with the consent of the Electors.

Payments.

13. Every Student shall receive such stipend subject to Regulation 6 as the Electors shall determine in each case after taking account of any other financial resources that may be available to the Student.

Stat. E, XXX.

Jeremie Prizes

Endowments, 1904, p. 408

Prizes.
Who may compete.

1. The income of the Fund established by James Amiraux Jeremie in 1870 for the encouragement of a critical study of the Septuagint Version of the Old Testament and such other Hellenistic literature as may serve to illustrate the New Testament shall be used to provide two or more annual prizes, which shall be called the Jeremie Prizes. Any member of the University may be a candidate for the Prizes provided that at the time of the examination

  1. (a)he or she has kept five terms,
  2. (b)if a graduate, he or she is of not more than ten years’ standing from admission to a first degree, whether of this or another university.

The value of each Prize shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined from time to time by the Faculty Board of Divinity with the approval of the Council.

2. One or more Prizes shall be offered for knowledge of the Septuagint Version of the Old Testament and one or more Prizes for knowledge of the Apocryphal Books and Pseudepigrapha, the works of Philo and Josephus, and other Hellenistic writings. A student to whom a Septuagint Prize has been awarded shall not again be eligible as a candidate for a Septuagint Prize, nor shall a student to whom a Hellenistic Prize has been awarded again be eligible as a candidate for a Hellenistic Prize.

Examination.

3. The examination shall be held after the division and before the end of the Michaelmas Term, on a day of which notice shall be given by the Board of Examinations. The day shall not be any of the days on which an examination for another Divinity Prize or Scholarship is held.

4. No one shall be a candidate for both Prizes in one year.

Printed papers.

5. The examination for each Prize shall consist of two printed papers and shall be concluded in one day.

Names to Registrary.

6. The names of candidates shall on or before 20 October be sent by their Tutors to the Registrary, who shall forthwith communicate them to the Examiners.

Examiners.

7. There shall be two Examiners for each examination, who shall be appointed by the General Board on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Divinity. One shall be appointed in each year before the division of the Easter Term to hold office for the two following academical years. Each of the Examiners shall receive each year from the Fund such sum, unless there be no candidate for the Prizes, as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Divinity within a range approved from time to time by the Council. All the other expenses of the examination shall likewise be paid out of the Fund.

Subjects.

8. The Faculty Board of Divinity shall select as special subjects for examination in each year one or more books or portions of books taken, in the case of the Septuagint Prize, from each of the two classes (1) the Pentateuch and Historical Books, (2) the Prophets and Hagiographa; and in the case of the Hellenistic Prize, from each of the two classes (1) the Apocryphal Books and Pseudepigrapha, (2) the works of Philo and Josephus and other Hellenistic writings; and notice shall be given of the books or portions of books so selected in the Michaelmas Term of the year preceding the examination.

Nature of examination.

9. The examination shall be directed mainly, though not exclusively, to the selected books. It shall embrace translation and questions on the history, criticism, and interpretation of the books. In the case of a Septuagint Prize it shall include also questions on the relation of the Septuagint Version to the Hebrew original, and questions may be set to test the candidates’ knowledge of the fragments of the other Greek versions.

C. H. W. Johns Memorial Fund and Studentship

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Title and purpose.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by Mrs A. S. Johns for the purpose of maintaining a postgraduate studentship in Assyriology shall form a fund called the C. H. W. Johns Memorial Fund. The studentship shall be called the C. H. W. Johns Studentship.

Managers.

2. The Board of Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. The Board may delegate any of their functions concerning the Fund to a Committee which will include University Teaching Officers in Assyriology or cognate subjects.

Notice of election.

3. The Managers shall give not less than three months’ notice of their intention to proceed to an election.

Who are eligible.

4. The Studentship may be held by any graduate who desires to undertake training for research in Assyriology. Candidates must produce evidence that they have obtained, or are likely to obtain before the end of the academical year of their candidature, a university degree. The Managers may take such steps as they think fit to ascertain the qualifications of candidates and their ability to undertake research.

Tenure.

5. The Managers shall elect a Student in the first instance for such period not exceeding three years as they shall think fit, and shall have power to re-elect a Student for any further period not exceeding three years if they are satisfied that his or her work is of sufficiently high standard to merit such an extension.

6. A Student who is not a member of the University must become such before the end of the term next after the election and must remain such during the tenure of the Studentship. If the Student is unable to become a member of the University before the end of the period prescribed in this regulation the Managers shall have power to extend that period.

Duties of the Student.

7. During the tenure of the Studentship a Student shall undertake whole-time study and training for research in Assyriology. The Managers may terminate a Studentship at any time if they are not satisfied that the Student is diligently pursuing his or her duties.

Stipend.

8. The stipend of the Studentship shall be the annual net income of the Fund and shall be paid to the Student by quarterly instalments in advance.

Unexpended income.

9. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund shall be used at the discretion of the Managers for the promotion of original research in, or the advancement of the study of, Assyriology in any or all of the following ways:

  1. (a)to make grants to persons engaged in original research in Assyriology, who need not be members of the University;
  2. (b)to help to finance excavation;
  3. (c)to purchase specimens for the University of Cambridge;
  4. (d)in any other way that the Managers may determine;

provided that all objects so purchased be labelled ‘C. H. W. Johns Memorial Fund’, and that all other benefits thus provided be acknowledged as arising from that Fund.

Jones Fund

Title.

1. The sum received by the University under the Will of John Reginald Jones in 1963, and announced in the Reporter on 8 May 1963, shall be called the Jones Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be expended from time to time by the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate on the purchase of pictures or other works of art not less than one hundred years old.

Gareth Jones Prize

Fund and purpose.

1. The moneys subscribed in honour of Gareth Jones, formerly Downing Professor of the Laws of England and Fellow of Trinity College, shall form a fund called the Gareth Jones Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Gareth Jones Prize.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for the LL.M. Examination to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in the subject Law of Restitution in that examination.

Jowett Fund

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Walter Jowett shall form a fund called the Jowett Fund.

Purpose.

2. The Fund shall be used, in accordance with the terms of the bequest, for the furtherance of research into diseases of animals, especially those transmissible to man and tropical diseases of domestic animals.

Managers.

3. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to five Managers, who shall be the Regius Professor of Physic, the Professor of Pathology, the Professor of Veterinary Science, the Professor of Veterinary Clinical Studies, and the Head of the Department of Veterinary Medicine.

Application.

4. Subject to the provisions of Regulation 2, the income and capital of the Fund shall be applied from time to time, at the discretion of the Managers and subject to such conditions as they may think fit,

  1. (a)to purchase equipment and apparatus;
  2. (b)to make grants to persons who are conducting or who intend to conduct research in the University.

Judge Management Education Trust M.B.A. Prize for Management Analysis

Fund andpurpose.

1. The sum of £5,000 given to the University in 2004 by the Judge Management Education Trust shall form a fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Judge Management Education Trust M.B.A. Prize for Management Analysis.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Director of the M.B.A. course for the best performance in Management Analysis in any one year. In awarding the Prize the Director shall take account of the reports of the teaching officer responsible for the delivery and assessment of the Management Analysis course or its successor course(s).

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Business and Management, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

If not awarded.

4. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the income of the Fund for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Richard Kahn Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of £65,000 given to the University in 1995 by Dr William Janeway, of Pembroke College, shall form a fund called the Richard Kahn Fund, in memory of Lord Kahn, formerly Professor of Economics, which shall be used for the promotion and encouragement of the study of Economics in the University.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Economics, who may delegate any or all of their functions under these regulations to a committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Awards.

3. The income and the capital of the Fund shall be used to provide awards known as Richard Kahn Research Studentships and Teaching Assistantships in the Faculty of Economics, which shall be open to any person who is or is about to be registered as a Graduate Student in the University, provided that, in accordance with the wishes of the benefactor, if two or more candidates are equally well qualified, preference shall be given to a candidate who is a citizen of the United States of America. Holders of the awards shall undertake advanced study or research in the Faculty of Economics; Teaching Assistants shall in addition undertake such teaching as may be assigned to them by the Faculty Board.

4. An award shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, and may be renewed by the Managers for a second or third year.

Value.

5. The emolument paid to an award holder shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

6. Any unexpended income may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in subsequent years, as the Managers may determine.

Kanthack Fund

Title and purpose.

The sums accepted by the University in memory of Alfredo Antunes Kanthack, M.A., one time Fellow of King's College and Professor of Pathology, shall form a fund called the Kanthack Fund, the income of which shall be used for the benefit of the Department of Pathology.

Kaplanoff Fund

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University for the sole benefit of the University Library by Mark D. Kaplanoff, M.A., Ph.D., University Lecturer in History and Fellow of Pembroke College, shall form a fund called the Kaplanoff Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income, and in exceptional cases the capital, of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Library Syndicate for the purchase of materials for the University Library to support the study of American history.

Unexpended income.

3. Unexpended income may at the discretion of the Syndicate either be added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in subsequent years.

Kavli Institute Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sums received from the Kavli Foundation for the support of work in Cosmology shall form a fund called the Kavli Institute Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be under the control of a Board of Managers who shall be:

  1. (a)three persons appointed by the General Board, two of whom shall be appointed on the nomination of the Kavli Foundation;
  2. (b)two persons appointed by the Council of the School of the Physical Sciences.

Members of the Board of Managers in classes (a) and (b) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. The General Board shall appoint one of the Managers in class (a) to be Chairman.

Director.

3. The Director of the Institute shall be appointed by the General Board on the recommendation of the Council of the School of the Physical Sciences and shall act as Secretary to the Board of Managers.

4. The Managers shall be responsible for the administration of the Fund in support of research in Cosmology, for guiding the work of the Institute, and for encouraging collaboration with cognate Departments in the area of Cosmology.

Fellows.

5. The first charge on the Fund shall be the stipend, national insurance, and pension contributions payable by the University in respect of such number of Kavli Institute Fellows as the Managers shall so determine, and who shall be elected by the Managers of the Fund.

Tenure.

6. A Fellowship shall be tenable for up to five years as the Managers shall determine.

Duties of Fellows.

7. It shall be the duty of a Fellow to undertake full-time research in the field of Cosmology in the University of Cambridge. In any books, papers, or other publications containing the results of investigations carried out during the tenure of the Fellowship, the Fellow shall, where practicable, use the title ‘Kavli Institute Fellow’.

Stipend.

8. The annual stipend of a Fellow shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the General Board.

Application of remaining income.

9. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 5, the remaining income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers for the following purposes:

  1. (i)to make such grants as they consider appropriate in respect of expenses incurred in connection with the research undertaken by a Kavli Institute Fellow,
  2. (ii)to make grants in support of other research programmes in the Kavli Institute of Cosmology.
Unexpended income.

10. 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 may determine.

Stat. E, XXX.

Kaye Prize

Endowments, 1904, p. 402

Prize.

1. The Kaye Fund shall be used to provide a prize to be awarded every fourth year for a dissertation in English on some subject or question relating to ecclesiastical history up to the death of Gregory the Great, or Biblical studies which aid enquiry relating to the Scriptural authority for Christian doctrines, or which substantially advance the knowledge of Biblical history or of Biblical Hebrew and Greek.

Who may compete.

2. The Prize shall be open to all graduates of the University and to all persons whose names are entered on the Register of Graduate Students, provided that on the last day appointed for sending in essays they are of not more than ten years’ standing from admission to their first degree, whether of this or another university, and provided also that no previous prize-winner shall be eligible to compete.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be such sum not exceeding the available income accumulated in the Fund as may be determined from time to time by the Faculty Board of Divinity with the approval of the Council.

Adjudicators.

4. The Adjudicators of the Prize shall be two persons appointed by the General Board on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Divinity before the end of the Lent Term of the year preceding that in which a Prize is to be offered. Each Adjudicator shall receive from the Fund, unless no dissertation is sent in, such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board within a range approved by the Council.

Notice of subject.

5. In the Michaelmas Term in every fourth year the Registrary shall announce that a Kaye Prize is to be offered. On or before 19 December next following the announcement, each candidate shall give notice of the proposed subject of his or her dissertation to the Registrary, who shall submit it to the Adjudicators and shall communicate its approval or rejection to the candidate. Candidates shall send their dissertations to the Registrary so as to arrive on or before 15 November in the year next following the announcement.

Additional prizes.

6. If dissertations of sufficient merit are submitted, it shall be open to the Adjudicators to award one or more additional Kaye Prizes not exceeding in value such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Divinity within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Conditions.

7. A prize-winner shall deposit two printed or typewritten copies of his or her dissertation in the Cathedral Library at Lincoln and one copy in the University Library.

Thomas Keeping Fund

Name.

1. The benefaction of the late Mr T. J. H. H. Keeping shall form a fund called the Thomas Keeping Fund.

Purpose.

2. The Fund shall be used to support research into the prevention and possible cure of such diseases as psoriasis, consumption, diabetes, and cancer.

Administration.

3. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to two Managers who shall be the Regius Professor of Physic and the Professor of Pathology.

Application of Fund.

4. Subject to the provisions of Regulation 2, the income or the capital of the Fund may be applied from time to time, at the discretion of the Managers and subject to such conditions as they may think fit, for the following purposes:

  1. (a)to purchase equipment and apparatus;
  2. (b)to make grants to persons who are conducting or who intend to conduct research under the direction of the Regius Professor of Physic.

Alexander James Keith Fund and Studentships

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Miss Christian Keith in memory of her brother, Alexander James Keith, student of Downing College, who was killed in the World War of 1914 to 1918, shall form a fund called the Alexander James Keith Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide one or more Studentships for graduate studies in agriculture, which shall be called Alexander James Keith Studentships.

Electors.

3. The Electors to the Studentships shall be three persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment.

Notice.

4. Notice of an election shall be given by the Registrary, after consultation with the Electors, not later than the end of the Lent Term in any year.

Who are eligible.

5. In order to be eligible for a Studentship a candidate must be a graduate or have been admitted as a Graduate Student by the Board of Graduate Studies and must intend to engage in graduate studies in agriculture. A Student who on election is not a member of the University shall be required to become a member of the University.

Value.

6. The value of a Studentship shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined by the Electors, within a range approved from time to time by the Council, after they have taken account of any other financial resources that may be available to the Student.

Duties.

7. A Student shall undertake advanced study or research in agriculture.

Tenure.

8. A Studentship shall be tenable for one year in the first instance. A Student may be re-elected for a second year and again for a third year but for no longer.

Unexpended income.

9. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied from time to time by the Electors to make grants to Alexander James Keith Students and to other students engaged in research in agriculture in the Faculty of Biology towards meeting the cost of equipment and other expenses incurred by them in the course of their research.

Kermode Prize

Prize.

1. A donation of £1,000 by Dr Edwina Fairey, M.A., M.B., B.Chir., of Newnham College, in memory of her parents, Doris and Stanley Kermode, shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Kermode Prize in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded not later than the first day of Full Michaelmas Term in each year by the Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, or by a deputy appointed by the Professor, for distinction in Obstetrics and Gynaecology as shown by overall performance in those subjects in Part II of the Final M.B. Examination.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as may be determined by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Sir Hamilton Kerr Trust Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by Sir Hamilton Kerr, together with other sums received for the same purpose, shall form a fund to be called the Sir Hamilton Kerr Trust Fund. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the maintenance in good order as an extension of the Fitzwilliam Museum of the property known as the Mill House, Whittlesford, and the improvement or development of the property in whatever ways the Managers of the Fund may consider desirable.

2. The balance of income shall be available to the Managers of the Fund for any purpose connected with the Mill House, Whittlesford, or connected with the Fitzwilliam Museum, which they consider may be appropriately supported by the Fund.

Managers.

3. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate. They shall be responsible for approving expenditure from the income of the Fund and such part of the capital of the Fund as they may determine for the purposes set out in Regulations 1 and 2.

Hamilton Kerr Research Scientist Appeal Fund

Title of Appeal Fund.

1. The sums received as a result of an appeal to fund a research scientist at the Hamilton Kerr Institute shall form a fund to be called the Hamilton Kerr Research Scientist Appeal Fund the capital and income of which shall be applied towards the payment of the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs of a research scientist in the Institute.

Unexpended income.

2. Any unexpended income of the Fund in any financial year may, at the discretion of the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate, either be accumulated for use as income in any one or more subsequent years or applied to support the work of the Institute.

Kettle’s Yard Music Fund

Purpose.

1. The income of the Kettle’s Yard Music Fund shall be used to support an annual series of concerts at Kettle’s Yard.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Kettle’s Yard Music Sub-committee.

Unexpended income.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall be accumulated for use as income in future years.

Kettle's Yard Travel Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The sum of £8,000 shall form a fund which, in accordance with the wishes of the donor, shall be called the Kettle's Yard Travel Fund. The income of the Fund shall be devoted to making grants, to be called Brancusi Grants, towards the expenses of students of architecture or of history of art to enable them to travel abroad to study architecture or art, provided that, at the discretion of the Awarders, any income not so expended in any year may be used in that year for making grants for travel within the United Kingdom for the same purpose.

Awarders.

2. The Awarders shall be the Professor of Architecture and two members of the Faculty of Architecture and History of Art appointed by the General Board before the division of the Lent Term in each year, one on the nomination of the Head of the Department of Architecture and one on the nomination of the Head of the Department of History of Art.

Eligibility for grants.

3. Any member of the University who has graduated in architecture or in history of art at Cambridge or elsewhere shall be eligible for a grant from the Fund, but the Awarders shall give preference to candidates below the standing of Master of Arts.

Applications for grants.

4. Applications for grants, accompanied by a short statement of the nature and purpose of the proposed travel, must be submitted to the Secretary of the Faculty Board of Architecture and History of Art so as to arrive not later than the division of the Lent Term.

Payment of grants.

5. The names of students to whom grants have been awarded, but not the value of the grants, shall be published in the Reporter.

Duties of recipients of grants.

6. Each recipient of a grant shall be required

  1. (a)to make use of the grant before the end of the calendar year next following that in which the awards are announced, provided that the Professor of Architecture may waive this requirement;
  2. (b)to send to the Professor of Architecture a short report on the result of his or her study as soon as is practicable after its completion.
Unexpended income.

7. Any part of the income of the Fund not expended in any year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Nita King Research Scholarship

Name and purpose.

1. The Scholarship, founded in memory of Miss Nita Madeline King, a member of a Voluntary Aid Detachment, who died in France of cerebrospinal fever in May 1917, and endowed by Mrs L. King, of Worthing, shall be called the Nita King Research Scholarship, and shall be devoted to the encouragement of original research in the etiology, pathology, and prevention of fevers.

Board of Management.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to a Board of Management consisting of the Regius Professor of Physic, the Professor of Pathology, and two persons appointed, one by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine and one by the Faculty Board of Veterinary Medicine, who shall be called the Managers of the Fund.

Quorum.

No resolution of the Managers shall be valid unless approved by at least two of these Managers at a meeting to which all the Managers have been summoned.

3. In case a deputy should be appointed to discharge the duties of any of the Managers aforesaid, such deputy shall for the purposes of these regulations take the place and exercise the powers of the Manager concerned during such time as he or she may be acting as such deputy.

Income of Fund.

4. The income of the Trust Fund shall be placed to a separate account, and applied from time to time to endow a Scholarship to be called the Nita King Research Scholarship, the holder of which shall undertake whole-time study and training for research in the aetiology, pathology, and prevention of fevers.

Qualifications of candidates.

5. The Scholarship shall not be awarded by the results of competitive examination, but the Managers may take such steps as they may think fit to ascertain the qualifications of the candidates, who shall be members of the University.

Value.

6. The Scholarship shall be of the annual value of £50 or such larger or smaller sum as the Fund may produce, and shall be paid to the Scholar by equal half-yearly payments, the payment for each half-year being made in advance.

Tenure.

7. The Managers shall elect in the first instance for such period not exceeding three years as they shall think fit, and shall have power to re-elect a Scholar for any further period not exceeding three years provided that a Scholar re-elected for a further period shall undertake original research.

Conditions of research.

8. The conditions under which the research is to be conducted and the place or places in which it is to be carried on shall be determined by the Professor of Pathology in consultation with the other Managers.

Notice of election.

9. Not less than one month's notice shall be given of an election. Elections shall in general be made as vacancies occur.

Suspension of election.

10. If, after notice of a vacancy, there shall be, in the opinion of the Managers, no suitable candidate for the Scholarship, it shall be lawful for the Managers to suspend the election for a time not greater than one year, and if at the expiration of such time there shall, after notice of the vacancy given, be no suitable candidate as aforesaid, the election may again be suspended in the same way, and so on until, in the opinion of the Managers, there shall be a suitable candidate for the Scholarship.

Unexpended income.

11. During any vacancy of the Scholarship the income shall be added to the Trust Fund.

Alterations.

12. These regulations, except Regulation 1, shall be subject to alteration by Grace.

Kuwait Foundation Fund

Title.

1. The sums received from the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences shall form a fund called the Kuwait Foundation Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by a Board of Managers who shall be:

  1. (a)the Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics as Chairman;
  2. (b)the Head of the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the General Board;
  4. (d)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Mathematics;
  5. (e)two persons appointed by the Trustees of the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences.

Managers in classes (c)–(e) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Professorship.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the payment of the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and indirect costs of the Kuwait Professor of Number Theory and Algebra payable by the University.

4. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required to meet the costs specified in Regulation 3, the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Kuwait Professor of Number Theory and Algebra in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

Junior Fellowship.

5. After provision has been in accordance with Regulation 3, and subject to the provisions of Regulation 4, the Fund shall be used at the discretion of the Managers for the following purposes:

  1. (a)to provide the stipend of a Kuwait Junior Fellowship for research in mathematics, which shall be tenable in the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics;
  2. (b)to provide lectures from time to time, to be called Kuwait Fund Lectures, on subjects in the field of number theory or algebra, and to pay a stipend to the lecturers;
  3. (c)to support research in the field of number theory or algebra.
Elections.

6. Elections to a Kuwait Junior Fellowship shall be made by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

Tenure.

7. A Kuwait Junior Fellowship shall be tenable for not more than one year. The period of tenure and the stipend of the Fellow shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers in each particular case.

Unspent income.

8. Any unspent income in a financial year shall be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in a future year, at the discretion of the Managers.

Kirby Laing Fund

Grace 1 of 7 November 2007

Title.

1. The sum of £1.2m received from the Kirby Laing Foundation together with other sums received for the same purpose shall form a fund called the Kirby Laing Fund.

Purpose and Managers.

2. The Fund, which will be for the support of Christian Theology and New Testament Studies, shall be administered by four Managers, who shall comprise:

  1. (a)the Chairman of the Faculty Board of Divinity, who shall be Chairman;
  2. (b)the Lady Margaret’s Professor of Divinity;
  3. (c)the Chairman of the School of Arts and Humanities;
  4. (d)a person nominated by the Kirby Laing Foundation for the time being, provided that, if no nominee is forthcoming, the Principal of Ridley Hall, Cambridge, shall serve as a Manager.
Professorship.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs of the Lady Margaret’s Professor of Divinity payable by the University.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be used in any one or more subsequent years to support the research of the Professor or added to the capital of the Fund, as the Managers shall determine, subject to the approval of the General Board.

Philip Lake Bequest

Division of income.

The income derived from the bequest of Philip Lake shall be divided equally between two funds to be called Philip Lake Fund I and Philip Lake Fund II.

Philip Lake Fund I

Assignment.

1. Philip Lake Fund I shall be assigned to the Department of Earth Sciences.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences ex officio, and by two other Managers, who shall be University officers in the Department of Earth Sciences, appointed by the Faculty Board of Earth Sciences and Geography during the Michaelmas Term of each year to serve for the ensuing calendar year. No resolution shall be valid unless it is approved by a majority of the Managers.

Application.

3. The Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers for defraying the travelling expenses of students and University officers in the Department of Earth Sciences when engaged in geological studies.

Philip Lake Fund II

Assignment.

1. Philip Lake Fund II shall be assigned to the Department of Geography.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by the Head of the Department of Geography, and by two other Managers, who shall be members of the teaching staff of the Department of Geography, appointed by the Faculty Board of Earth Sciences and Geography in the Michaelmas Term of each year to serve for the ensuing calendar year. No resolution shall be valid unless it is approved by a majority of the Managers.

Prizes.

3. The first charge on Philip Lake Fund II shall be the provision of two Philip Lake Prizes in accordance with the regulations for those Prizes.

Grants.

4. After provision has been made for the two Philip Lake Prizes, the remaining income of the Fund shall be used at the discretion of the Managers for making grants to Graduate Students in the Department of Geography towards the cost of research or field-work, provided that preference shall be given to students who are following a course of research as candidates, or with a view to becoming candidates, for the Ph.D. Degree, and who have not yet completed nine terms of research.

Philip Lake Prizes

Prizes.

1. Two Prizes, to be called Philip Lake Prizes, shall be offered annually to candidates for the Geographical Tripos.

How awarded.

2. Philip Lake Prize I shall be awarded to the candidate who is adjudged by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Geographical Tripos to have shown the greatest proficiency in that Part.

3. Philip Lake Prize II shall be awarded to the candidate who is adjudged by the Examiners for Part II of the Geographical Tripos to have shown the greatest proficiency in Physical Geography in that Part.

Value.

4. The Prizes shall be payable from the income of Philip Lake Fund II. The value of each Prize shall be £15 or such larger sum as may be determined each year by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council; provided that the combined value of the Prizes shall not exceed the annual income of the Fund.

Charles Lamb Prize

Name and purpose.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by Charles George Lamb, Sc.D., of Clare College, shall form a fund called the Charles Lamb Fund for the encouragement of the study of electrical engineering.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied to provide a prize to be called the Charles Lamb Prize.

Awarders.

3. The Awarders of the Prize shall be the Examiners for Part IIb of the Engineering Tripos.

4. The Prize shall be awarded annually to the candidate who shows the greatest proficiency in any area of electrical or information engineering in Part IIb of the Engineering Tripos, unless the Awarders are of the opinion that there is no candidate of sufficient merit to receive the Prize.

Value.

5. The value of the Prize shall be the net annual income of the Fund.

Unexpended income.

6. The Awarders shall be empowered to use accumulated income to provide an additional Prize or Prizes not exceeding such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Engineering within a range approved from time to time by the Council. Any accumulated income in excess of such sum as shall be determined by the Finance Committee of the Council shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

7. These regulations, except Regulations 1 and 2, shall be subject to alteration by Grace.

Sir Walter Langdon-Brown Prize

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by Mr John Neville Brown in memory of his uncle, Sir Walter Langdon-Brown, of Corpus Christi College, formerly Regius Professor of Physic, shall form a fund called the Neville Brown Fund.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide a Prize called the Sir Walter Langdon-Brown Prize, which shall be awarded annually for a dissertation or thesis in any field of medicine, with preference given to a field related to endocrinology, metabolic medicine, or therapeutics, submitted in candidature for the M.D. Degree or the M.Chir. Degree.

How awarded.

3. The Prize shall be awarded by the Regius Professor of Physic, after consulting the M.D. Committee and the M.Chir. Committee.

4. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

Unexpended income.

5. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence's Benefaction and Bequest

Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence Fund I

Fund.

1. The sum of £10,000, the benefaction of Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence, shall be invested separately in the name of the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University and shall be called the Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence Fund I.

Purposes.

2. One-half of the income of the Fund shall be transferred annually to the University Library General Fund.

3. The other half of the income of the Fund shall be available to the Faculty of Classics to be used for the encouragement of classical study, especially that of Ancient History, and Greek and Roman Antiquities, in such manner as may be thought most advantageous by that Faculty.

Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence Fund II

Fund.

4. The bequest of Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence shall be invested separately in the name of the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University and shall be called the Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence Fund II.

Purposes.

5. One-fifth of the income of the Fund shall be transferred annually to the University Library General Fund.

6. Four-fifths of the income of the Fund shall be made available to the Faculty of Classics and shall be used in the first instance for the following purposes:

  1. (a)to provide one-half of the cost of the stipends, national insurance, and pension contributions of the Laurence Professor of Ancient Philosophy, the Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology, and the Professor of Comparative Philology, provided that not more than nine-tenths of that part of the income of the Fund available to the Faculty of Classics shall be used for that purpose;
  2. (b)to provide £300 a year towards the cost of the Faculty Library in the Faculty of Classics;
  3. (c)to provide £100 a year towards the University's subscription to the British School at Athens until the University shall otherwise determine;11
  4. (d)to provide £85 a year towards the University's subscription to the British School at Rome until the University shall otherwise determine;
  5. (e)to provide a sum annually for grants in aid of research which sum together with the sums specified in clauses (b), (c), and (d) shall amount to one-tenth of the income of the Fund available to the Faculty of Classics.

Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence Fund III

Fund and purpose.

7. After provision has been made for the charges detailed in Regulation 6(a)–(e), the residue of that portion of the income of the Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence Bequest assigned to the Faculty of Classics shall be transferred to a Reserve Fund known as the Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence Fund III to be used for the furtherance of classical studies in such ways as the Faculty Board of Classics shall from time to time determine.

Hersch Lauterpacht Fund

Title.

1. The sums of money subscribed in memory of the late Sir Hersch Lauterpacht shall form a fund called the Hersch Lauterpacht Fund.

Purpose.

2. The capital and income of the Fund shall be placed at the disposal of the Faculty Board of Law for the purpose of promoting the study of International Law in the University in any way in which the Faculty Board may from time to time determine.

Law Endowment Fund

Managers.

1. The Managers of the Law Endowment Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Law, who may delegate any or all of their functions under these regulations to a committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Income expenditure.

2. The income of the Fund shall be expended from time to time, as the Managers shall determine, for the general purposes of the Faculty of Law. It shall be open to the Managers to add any unexpended income in a financial year to the capital of the Fund.

Stat. E, XVI.

Le Bas Fund

Endowments, 1904, p. 395

Le Bas Prize

Prize.

1. A Le Bas Prize shall be offered in every year for an essay on a literary subject. The value of the Prize shall be £100 or such larger sum, not exceeding the annual income of the Fund, as the Council shall from time to time determine.

Who may compete.

2. Candidature for the Prize shall be open to any member of the University who is a graduate of this or another university and who will not have attained the age of thirty years on the day by which essays must be received by the Registrary.

Examiners.

3. One Examiner shall be appointed before the end of the Michaelmas Term in each year, on the nomination alternately of the Faculty Board of English and of the Faculty Board of History, to serve for two years from 1 January next following. Each Examiner shall receive from the income of the Fund, except when no essay is sent in, such amount as may be determined by the Faculty Boards of English and of History within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

4. If the Examiners in any year need assistance in making their award, they shall nominate one or more Assessors for appointment by the General Board. Each Assessor shall receive from the income of the Fund such amount as may be determined by the Faculty Boards of English and of History within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Submission of essay.

5. In each year every candidate shall send the proposed subject of his or her essay to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than 14 February. The Registrary shall submit the subject to the Examiners and shall communicate its approval or rejection to the candidate. Essays shall be submitted to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than 30 June, and the award of the Prize shall be announced not later than 31 October.

Conditions.

6. Each essay shall be clearly written, or typewritten, or printed, and shall be prefixed by a declaration of its length, which shall not exceed 30,000 words and shall not be less than 15,000 words. An essay or dissertation for which any other University Prize has been awarded shall be inadmissible.

7. The successful candidate shall deposit a printed or typewritten copy of his or her essay in the University Library.

Le Bas Research Studentships

Title and purpose.

1. The net income of the Le Bas Fund, after provision has been made in accordance with the regulations for the Le Bas Prize, shall be applied for the maintenance of one or more Le Bas Research Studentships for the furtherance of the study of literature.

Electors.

2. The Electors to the Studentships shall be the Board of Graduate Studies.

Eligibility.

3. The Studentship shall be open to any person who is or is about to become registered as a Graduate Student in the University.

Applications.

4. Applications shall be submitted to the Secretary of the Board of Graduate Studies. The date by which they must be received and the manner in which they must be submitted shall be announced in each year by the Board.

Duties.

5. It shall be the duty of a Le Bas Research Student to undertake research with the object of furthering the study of literature. During the tenure of the Studentship a Student shall be subject, as far as they are applicable, to the provisions of the general regulations for admission as a Graduate Student, and of the regulations for the Ph.D., M.Sc., and M.Litt. Degrees, and for the M.Phil. Degree.

Tenure.

6. The tenure of the Studentship shall begin on 1 October following the Student's election and shall continue for one year or two years or three years as the Electors shall determine at the time of the election. A Student shall be re-eligible; provided that the tenure of a Studentship shall not exceed three years in all and shall be conditional upon the Student remaining on the Register of Graduate Students.

Stipend.

7. The annual stipend of a Student shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined by the Electors, within a range approved from time to time by the Council, after they have taken account of any other financial resources that may be available to the Student.

Payments.

8. The stipend shall be paid in such instalments as the Electors shall from time to time determine, provided that the Electors may withhold payment of any instalment if they are not satisfied that the Student is pursuing his or her research with sufficient diligence.

Jerry Lee Fund for Experimental Criminology

Grace 1 of 29 April 2009

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums received from the Jerry Lee Foundation shall form a fund for the benefit of postgraduate students or postdoctoral research staff in the Institute of Criminology undertaking research in Experimental Criminology.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Director of the Institute of Criminology (who shall be Chairman), the Wolfson Professor of Criminology, and two persons with experience in Experimental Criminology appointed by the Committee of Management of the Institute of Criminology.

3. The capital and income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers:

  1. Fellowships.
    (a)to provide the stipend, national insurance, and pension contributions of one or more Jerry Lee Fellows in Experimental Criminology who shall conduct research in the field of Experimental Criminology. The annual stipend of a Fellow shall be determined by the Managers.
  2. Scholarships.
    (b)to provide one or more Jerry Lee Scholarships in Experimental Criminology for persons who are, or are about to be, registered for the Ph.D. Degree in the field of Experimental Criminology in the Institute of Criminology.

4. A Scholarship may provide

  1. (a)a maintenance payment to be determined by the Managers,
  2. (b)a payment to meet any University and/or College fees payable by the Scholar,
  3. (c)a contribution to other costs such as equipment, travel expenses, according to the discretion of the Managers.

In determining the award the Managers shall take into account any other financial resources available to the Scholar.

5. After provision has been made for any Fellowships and Scholarships, the income of the Fund, and such portion of the capital as they may determine, shall be applied towards other costs related to experimental research in the Institute of Criminology at the discretion of the Managers.

Unexpended income.

6. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may be accumulated and expended in any one or more subsequent years in accordance with Regulations 3 to 5, as may be determined by the Managers.

Dr S. T. Lee Public Policy Lecture Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The benefaction of Dr S. T. Lee, Honorary Fellow of Wolfson College, shall form a fund called the Dr S. T. Lee Public Policy Lecture Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide an annual lecture called the Dr S. T. Lee Public Policy Lecture.

Appointment of Lecturer.

2. The appointment of the Dr S. T. Lee Public Policy Lecturer shall be made by the Vice-Chancellor each year on the advice of a committee comprising not more than five members of the Senate appointed by the Council in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Duties.

3. The duty of the Lecturer shall be to deliver in the University during Full Term a lecture on some aspect or aspects of scientific, medical, or technological research and developments that are likely to have significant implications for public policy over the next decade, and should reflect on some of these policy implications.

Kennedy Leigh Fund for Modern Hebrew

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Fund.

1. The sums received from the Trustees of the Kennedy Leigh Charitable Trust towards the endowment of a University Lectureship in Modern Hebrew, to be entitled the Kennedy Leigh Lectureship, shall form a fund called the Kennedy Leigh Fund for Modern Hebrew.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be under the control of a Board of Managers, who shall be:

  1. (a)the Regius Professor of Hebrew;
  2. (b)two persons appointed by the Head of the Department of Middle Eastern Studies to serve for two years from 1 January following their appointment, one of whom shall be appointed after consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in Hebrew in the Department and one in consultation with the Trustees of the Kennedy Leigh Charitable Trust.
Lecturer.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs payable by the University in respect of the Kennedy Leigh Lecturer in Modern Hebrew.

Other purposes.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3, the income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers for the encouragement of the study of Modern Hebrew in the University.

Unexpended income.

5. 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 may determine.

6. The University shall have power to alter these regulations by Grace on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, subject to the approval of the Trustees of the Kennedy Leigh Charitable Trust.

Leverton Harris Fund

Fund.

1. The moneys received by the University under the Will of the Rt Hon. F. Leverton Harris in 1926, and announced in the Reporter on 7 December 1926, shall be called the Leverton Harris Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be expended from time to time by the Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum on the purchase of works of art.

Stat. E, XXXVIII.

Benn W. Levy Fund and Studentship

Name.

1. The Fund shall be called the Benn W. Levy Fund, and shall be devoted to the furtherance of original research in Biochemistry.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be

  1. (a)the Sir William Dunn Professor of Biochemistry, who shall be Chairman of the Managers;
  2. (b)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Veterinary Medicine;
  4. (d)two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology;
  5. (e)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry.

Managers in classes (b)–(e) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. No resolution of the Managers shall be valid unless approved by at least three of them at a meeting to which they have all been summoned, save that a resolution circulated to and signed by all the Managers shall have the same validity as a resolution carried at a meeting.

Studentship endowed.
Increase of Fund.

3. The income of the present Trust Fund not exceeding £100 per annum shall from time to time as and when received be paid to the Managers and placed to a separate account, and shall be applied from time to time to endow a Studentship to be called the Benn W. Levy Studentship, the holder of which shall undertake original research in Biochemistry. Any income from the Trust Fund not applied for the purpose aforesaid or accruing during any vacancy in the Studentship shall be accumulated and added to the capital of the Fund,12 and when such Trust Fund together with such accumulated income shall amount to £4,00013 the full income of such Trust Fund and accumulated fund shall be applied for the purposes of the said Studentship; but the Managers shall have power at any time and from time to time to apply the accumulations or any part thereof to make good any deficiency in the income of £100 per annum in any year.

4. The Managers shall give due notice of their intention to proceed to an election.

Who may be candidates.

5. The Studentship shall be open to members of the University of Cambridge who have been admitted to a degree. It shall not be awarded on the result of a competitive examination.

Emolument.

6. The emolument of the Studentship shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Tenure.

7. The Studentship shall be tenable for such period as the Managers shall determine on the occasion of each election.

Unexpended income.

8. Any balance of the income of the Fund, after payment of the stipend of the Student, may be used by the Managers at their discretion

  1. (a)to provide one or more additional Studentships;
  2. (b)to make grants to the holder of a Studentship towards the expenses of his or her research.
Duties of the Student.

9. The Student during the tenure of the Studentship shall undertake original research in Biochemistry, and shall not systematically follow any business or profession, or engage in any educational or other work, which, in the opinion of those entrusted with the administration of the Fund, would seriously interfere with his or her inquiries. In any books, papers, or other publications containing the results of investigations carried out during the tenure of the Studentship, the Student shall, where practicable, use the title ‘Benn W. Levy Student’.

Alterations.

10. These regulations, except Regulations 1, 3, 9, and this regulation shall be subject to alteration by Grace, always provided that the main object of the Fund, namely the furtherance of original research in Biochemistry, shall be adhered to.

Lewin Memorial Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The gift of Charles Lewin and Mrs Caroline Evans in memory of their father, Walpole S. Lewin, CBE, FRCS, Senior Neurological Surgeon to Addenbrooke's Hospital, and Fellow of Darwin College, together with other sums donated for the purpose shall form a fund, called the Lewin Memorial Fund, to provide a biennial Lewin Memorial Lecture.

Appointment of Lecturer.

2. The Lewin Memorial Lecturer shall be appointed by the Electors to the Lectureship in the Michaelmas Term of the academical year in which the Lecture is to be given. In appointing the Lecturer the Electors shall take into account the late W. S. Lewin's interests in head injuries and medical education, and any wishes expressed by his children.

Electors.

3. The Electors shall be the Regius Professor of Physic, the Senior Neurological Surgeon to Addenbrooke's Hospital, and one person distinguished in the field of neurological surgery or the neurosciences appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine for a period of four years.

Lecturer's honorarium and expenses.

4. The Electors shall be empowered to make arrangements for the Lecture and to determine the honorarium and expenses to be paid to the Lecturer within the income of the Fund. Any unspent income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Lewin Prize Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. Donations of £1,000 from former colleagues of Walpole S. Lewin, CBE, FRCS, Senior Neurological Surgeon to Addenbrooke's Hospital and Fellow of Darwin College, shall form a fund called the Lewin Prize Fund for the purpose of awarding a prize in Surgery to candidates for Part II of the Final M.B. Examination.

Title.

2. The title of the prize shall be the Lewin Prize in Medicine.

How awarded.

3. The Prize shall be awarded each year to the candidate who achieves the second highest combined score in the multiple choice, extended matching, and structured-answer components of Part II of the Final M.B. Examination held in that academical year.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

William Vaughan Lewis Fund and Prizes

Title and purpose.

1. The sum subscribed in memory of William Vaughan Lewis, Fellow of Trinity College and University Lecturer in Geography, who was killed in a motor accident in the United States of America on 8 June 1961, shall form a fund called the William Vaughan Lewis Fund for the encouragement of study and research in geography.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Geography and three persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Earth Sciences and Geography from among the members of the Faculty who are not themselves eligible to receive an award under Regulation 4 of these regulations. The members appointed by the Faculty Board shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment. No resolution shall be valid unless it is approved by three of the Managers.

Prizes.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of one or more William Vaughan Lewis Prizes, which shall be of equal value and which shall be awarded annually to candidates for Part II of the Geographical Tripos who, in the opinion of the Examiners for that Part, have submitted outstanding dissertations on some geographical subject. The value of a William Vaughan Lewis Prize shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined each year by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Research grants.

4. After provision has been made for the Prize or Prizes in accordance with Regulation 3 of these regulations, the remaining income of the Fund shall be at the disposal of the Managers to make grants from time to time as they may think fit for the encouragement of research in any branch of geography. A grant may be made to any member of the University who is of not less than one year's and not more than ten years’ standing from his or her first degree, whether of this or another university.

Library Endowment Fund

The income of the Library Endowment Fund shall be expended for the general purposes of the University Library at the discretion of the Library Syndicate.

Dr Lightfoot's Scholarships and Prize

Endowments, 1904, p. 329

Fund.

1. The sums given to the University in 1870 by the Reverend Joseph Barber Lightfoot, D.D., Hulsean Professor of Divinity, shall form a fund called the Lightfoot Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used for the encouragement of the study of History and more especially of Ecclesiastical History.

Managers.

3. The Fund shall be administered by four Managers, namely the Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History and three persons appointed in the Michaelmas Term, one by the Faculty Board of Divinity and two by the Faculty Board of History, to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Scholarships.

4. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of one or more Lightfoot Scholarships, the holders of which shall devote themselves to the study of Ecclesiastical History. A Scholarship shall be open to any person who is or is about to be registered as a Graduate Student in the University. A Scholarship shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, and may be renewed by the Managers for a second or third year, provided that the Managers are satisfied with the Scholar's diligence and progress.

How awarded.

5. The Electors to the Scholarships shall be the Managers of the Fund. Before the end of each Michaelmas Term, the Managers shall publish a Notice giving details of the competition for Lightfoot Scholarships tenable from 1 October next following. Each candidate shall be required to submit a dissertation, of not less than 7,000 words and not more than 15,000 words in length, on a subject in Ecclesiastical History, which shall be chosen by the candidate and approved by the Managers. Each year the Managers may, if they see fit, appoint one or more referees who shall report to the Managers on the dissertations submitted. Each referee shall receive from the Fund such sum as shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council. A Manager may be appointed as a referee and shall not thereby cease to be a Manager.

Emolument.

6. A Lightfoot Scholar shall receive such emolument, within a range determined from time to time by the Council, as the Managers shall determine after taking account of the Scholar's financial circumstances.

Prize.

7. The second charge on the Fund shall be the provision of a Lightfoot Prize for Ecclesiastical History, which shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Theological and Religious Studies Tripos for the best performance by a candidate for that examination in one or more papers of the examination designated for that purpose from time to time by the Faculty Board of Divinity.14 For the purpose of making the award the Examiners shall be empowered (a) to take account either of an outstanding performance in a single paper or of the general level attained by a candidate in more than one of the papers designated, and (b) to consider as if it were a paper a dissertation submitted under Regulation 16 for the Tripos on an approved topic related to one of the designated papers. The value of the Prize shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

8. Any unexpended income in the Fund may be applied by the Managers for the purpose of furthering the study of History and more especially of Ecclesiastical History by making grants in aid of research to members of the University.

Power to change regulations.

9. The University shall have power to change these regulations, provided that the founder's object, namely the encouragement of the study of History and more especially Ecclesiastical History, be strictly respected.

Peter Lipton Fund

Grace 1 of 3 June 2009

Title.

1. Gifts to the University made in memory of Professor Peter Lipton, first Hans Rausing Professor of History and Philosophy of Science and Fellow of King’s College, shall form a fund called the Peter Lipton Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be:

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of History and Philosophy of Science;
  2. (b)the Chairman of the Board of History and Philosophy of Science;
  3. (c)the Secretary of the Department of History and Philosophy of Science;
  4. (d)the Director and Curator of the Whipple Museum of the History of Science;
  5. (e)three persons appointed by the Board of History and Philosophy of Science, who shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment.
Purpose and application.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied by the Managers to support research, teaching, and other academic activities in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science; applications may be made throughout the year and should be addressed to the Secretary of the Department of History and Philosophy of Science.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income of the Fund in any financial year may either be added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in any one or more subsequent years, as determined by the Managers.

Michael Loewe Fund for Classical and Literary Chinese Studies

Grace 2 of 3 June 2009

Title and purpose.

1. The moneys subscribed by friends and former students of Michael Loewe, formerly University Lecturer in Chinese Studies and Fellow of Clare Hall, shall form a fund called the Michael Loewe Fund for Classical and Literary Chinese Studies, which shall be used for the encouragement of classical Chinese studies in the University.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of East Asian Studies and the teaching officers in Chinese in the Department.

Prize.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the Michael Loewe Prize, which shall be awarded annually for distinction in classical and literary Chinese shown by performance in those subjects in [either Part of the Oriental Studies Tripos or]15 any Part of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

5. Any further donations to the Fund shall either be added to the capital of the Fund or be made available as income as the Managers shall determine, taking into account the wishes of the donors.

Unexpended income.

6. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Managers for the promotion of the study of classical Chinese and Chinese dynastic history, literature, religion, and thought.

London Students Hardship Fund

Name and object.

1. The money received from the Trustees of the London Parochial Charities shall form a fund to be called the London Students Hardship Fund, the capital and income of which shall be applied to meet the needs of London undergraduates who encounter genuine hardship which is in no way due to improvidence on their part.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be managed by the Loan Fund I Committee.

Eligibility for assistance.

3. Undergraduate students, who at the time of their application are domiciled in the Metropolitan Police District of London, shall be eligible to receive assistance from the Fund.

Applications.

4. Applications for assistance from the Fund shall be sent by the students’ Tutors to the Registrary.

Nature of assistance.

5. The Managers may from time to time at their discretion make grants in furtherance of the object of the Fund as specified in Regulation 1; provided that no grant shall be made to assist a student during any period after he or she has ceased to be an undergraduate.

Report to Trustees.

6. At the end of each academical year a report shall be submitted by the Managers to the Trustees of the London Parochial Charities giving details of the grants made during the year and of the circumstances of the recipients.

Stat. E, XXII.

George Long Prizes

Endowments, 1904, p. 417

Six Prizes.

1. Six George Long Prizes shall be offered annually.

Subjects.

2. Two Prizes shall be offered for distinguished proficiency in Roman Law shown by candidates offering the paper Civil law I in the Law Tripos, one for distinguished proficiency in Roman Law shown by a candidate offering the paper Civil law II in the Law Tripos, two for distinguished proficiency in Jurisprudence shown by candidates in Part Ib or Part II of the Law Tripos, and one for distinguished proficiency in Roman Law or in Jurisprudence or in both those subjects shown by a candidate in the LL.M. Examination, who shall have taken the examination before fifteen complete terms have passed after his or her first term of residence.

Value.

3. The value of each Prize shall be one-sixth of the income of the George Long Fund.

Manuel Lopez-Rey Funds

Funds.

The sums given to the University by Mrs Grace Lopez-Rey, in memory of her husband, Professor Manuel Lopez-Rey, shall form two funds, the Manuel Lopez-Rey Studentship Fund and the Manuel Lopez-Rey Prize Fund.

Manuel Lopez-Rey Studentship Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £25,000 given by Mrs Lopez-Rey in November 1989 shall form a fund called the Manuel Lopez-Rey Studentship Fund for the encouragement of the study of Criminology.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Committee of Management of the Institute of Criminology.

Studentship.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide a Manuel Lopez-Rey Studentship, the holder of which shall undertake advanced study or research in Criminology. A Studentship shall be open to any person who is or is about to be registered as a Graduate Student in the University, provided that the Managers may give preference to candidates who are citizens of countries in which, in the opinion of the Managers, there is a particular need for the development of the study of criminology.

4. The Electors to the Studentship shall be the Managers of the Fund. The Managers shall give due notice of their intention to proceed to an election.

Tenure.

5. A Studentship shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, and may in exceptional circumstances be renewed by the Managers for a second or third year.

6. A Student shall receive such emolument, within a range determined from time to time by the Council, as the Managers shall determine after taking account of the Student's financial circumstances.

Unexpended income.

7. At the discretion of the Managers, any unexpended income in the Fund may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in a subsequent year.

Manuel Lopez-Rey Prize Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £2,000 given by Mrs Lopez-Rey in September 1991 shall form a fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a prize called the Manuel Lopez-Rey Graduate Prize in Criminology.

Prize.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners in Criminology for the degree of Master of Philosophy (one-year course) to the candidate who has achieved the most distinguished performance in the examination for that subject as prescribed either in Regulation 1 or in Regulation 2 of the special regulations for that examination.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

4. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Matt Low Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by the North West Area Retail Fruit Trade Federation shall form a fund, called the Matt Low Fund, for the encouragement of research in the University into the production and storage of fruits and vegetables.

Application of income.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Professors of Botany and of Genetics. The income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers in accordance with Regulation 1.

Hedley Lucas Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sums bequeathed by Hedley Lucas, poet, and Mrs Gertrude Elaine Lucas, his wife, shall form a Hedley Lucas Fund, the purpose of which shall be to assist, by the award of scholarships or otherwise, members of the University who are preparing to enter the Christian Ministry.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Divinity, who may delegate some or all of their functions under these regulations to a committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Scholarships.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide one or more Hedley Lucas Scholarships, to be held by members of the University preparing to enter the Christian Ministry. The Scholarships shall be awarded by the Managers, who shall give notice in the Michaelmas Term each year of their intention to offer the Scholarships.

4. The number of Scholarships to be awarded on each occasion, and the value of each Scholarship, shall be determined by the Managers, after taking account of the resources available to the candidates, within a range determined from time to time by the Council. A Scholarship shall be tenable for one, two, or three academical years, as determined by the Managers.

Grants.

5. The Managers may make grants from any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund to Hedley Lucas Scholars, to assist them in preparing for the Christian Ministry.

Lundgren Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sums bequeathed to the University by Beatrice Helen Worsley, Ph.D., of Newnham College, shall form a fund called the Lundgren Fund in honour of Helge Lundgren, the income of which shall be used at least once a year to make one or more Lundgren Research Awards to persons who are registered as candidates for the Ph.D. Degree provided that they are engaged in research in a scientific subject (which term shall be taken to include mathematics) and are not ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Board of Graduate Studies. The Managers may delegate any of their functions concerning the Fund to a Committee composed of members of the Board of Graduate Studies.

Notice of award.

3. The Managers shall on each occasion when they invite applications give not less than three months’ notice of their intention to make an award.

Who are eligible.

4. An award may be made to a person who has completed four terms of research as a registered Graduate Student of the University, provided that he or she has shown a high aptitude for research and a devotion to study, and is in need of financial assistance.

5. If in the opinion of the Managers two or more candidates appear to be equally deserving, preference shall be given to candidates who are working in the Computer Laboratory or whose research has been interrupted by national service or personal misfortune.

Value.

6. The value of each award shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Stat. E, XLII.

Ellen McArthur Fund

Purpose.

1. The income of the Ellen McArthur Fund shall be used to further the study of Economic History.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers, namely, the Professor of Economic History and two persons appointed in the Michaelmas Term, one by the Faculty Board of Economics the other by the Faculty Board of History, to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Notice of Prizes.

3. Before the division of the Easter Term in each year the Professor of Economic History in consultation with the other Managers shall announce the offer of Prizes, which shall be called Ellen McArthur Prizes, for any work on Economic History which may be submitted to them, before a date specified in the Notice, by any graduate of the University or by any person who is registered as a Graduate Student in the University.

Number and value.

4. Such number of Prizes shall be awarded as the work submitted may justify and the available income of the Fund permit. The value of each Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Assessors.

5. The Managers shall be empowered to appoint Assessors to report on work submitted, provided that all such appointments shall be reported to the General Board. Each Assessor, and any Manager who has been requested by his or her fellow Managers to report on work submitted, shall be paid from the Fund the fee that is paid under the regulations for the Ph.D., M.Sc., and M.Litt. Degrees to an Examiner who reports on a dissertation and takes part in an oral or other examination.

Lecturer.

6. The Managers shall be empowered to appoint a lecturer every year and shall be required to do so in each year of which the number is odd, provided always that they are satisfied that sufficient income is available to meet the cost. A lecturer appointed under this regulation shall be called the Ellen McArthur Lecturer and shall deliver in English a course of not less than four and not more than eight lectures on some aspect of Economic History.

7. The lectures shall be called the Ellen McArthur Lectures and they shall be delivered in Full Term during the academical year next but one following that in which the Lecturer is appointed.

Lecturer's stipend.

8. The stipend to be offered to each Lecturer shall be such sum not exceeding half the estimated income of the Fund for one year as the Managers shall determine.

Application of Fund.

9. After provision has been made in accordance with the foregoing Regulations 3–8 any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund shall be applied from time to time at the discretion of the Managers and subject to such conditions as they may think fit for the following purposes:

  1. (a)To make grants towards the cost of publication of any work for which an Ellen McArthur Prize has been awarded or which has been commended by the Assessors for such a Prize, or towards the cost of publication of an Ellen McArthur Lecture or series of lectures. No such grant shall be paid until the material for which it has been awarded has been published. As a condition of making a grant the Managers may require any work or any lecture to be abridged or otherwise altered before publication.
  2. (b)To reimburse an Ellen McArthur Lecturer for expenses incurred in connection with the performance of the duties of the office.
  3. (c)To provide for not more than three Ellen McArthur Studentships the holders of which shall devote themselves to original research in Economic History. The Electors to the Studentships shall be the Managers of the Fund who, on each occasion when they intend to proceed to an election, shall announce the date by which applications must be received and the manner in which they must be submitted. A Studentship shall be open to any person who is or is about to become registered as a Graduate Student in the University. The tenure of a Studentship shall be for a period of not more than three years from 1 October following the election; a Studentship may be renewed, subject to a maximum tenure of three years. The stipend of a Student shall be such sum as may be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.
  4. (d)To make grants in aid of research in the University in Economic History.
  5. (e)To further the study in the University of Economic History by any other means.
Annual Report.

10. The Managers shall make an Annual Report on their administration of the Fund to the General Board and to the Faculty Boards of Economics and of History.

Norman Maccoll Lectureship

Fund.

1. The bequest of Norman Maccoll, M.A., of Downing College, shall form a fund called the Norman Maccoll Lectureship Fund.

Lecturer.

2. A Norman Maccoll Lecturer shall be appointed from time to time by the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages. It shall be the duty of the Lecturer to deliver in the University one or more lectures on a subject in Hispanic or Portuguese studies. The Faculty Board shall seek to ensure that during a five-year period not fewer than five Norman Maccoll Lectures are delivered.

Stipend.

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.

MacCurdy Library Fund

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University under the Will of the late Dr J. T. MacCurdy, formerly University Lecturer in Psychopathology and Fellow of Corpus Christi College, which was accepted by Grace 3 of 15 November 1947, shall form a fund known as the MacCurdy Library Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used for the provision and maintenance of a Psychopathological Library in the University or for the provision and maintenance of a collection of Psychopathological works in some Library in the University in such manner as the Professor of Experimental Psychology shall direct.

D. M. McDonald Grants and Awards Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sums given to the University by Dr D. M. McDonald, or by the D. M. C. McDonald Foundation or its successors, for the provision of grants or awards for fieldwork and research in archaeology, and any sums transferred for the same purpose from the D. M. McDonald Trust Fund by the Managing Committee for the McDonald Institute, shall form a fund called the D. M. McDonald Grants and Awards Fund.

Advisory Committee.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be under the control of an Advisory Committee consisting of:

  1. (a)the Disney Professor of Archaeology, or his or her deputy;
  2. (b)the George Pitt-Rivers Professor of Archaeological Science;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the General Board;
  4. (d)two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology, who shall be University officers in the Department of Archaeology;
  5. (e)one member of a Faculty allied in its interests to the Department of Archaeology, appointed by the General Board after consultation with the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology;
  6. (f)two persons appointed by the D. M. C. McDonald Foundation.

Members in classes (d) and (e) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment.

Grants and awards.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide grants and awards for fieldwork and research in archaeology to Fellows of the McDonald Institute or to such other persons as the Advisory Committee shall determine.

Procedure.

4. The Advisory Committee shall have power to regulate their own procedure and to approve rules governing the making of grants and awards.

McLatchie Fund

Title.

1. The money received from the bequest of the late Dr John Drummond Pryde McLatchie shall form a fund called the McLatchie Fund.

Application of Fund.

2. The capital and income of the Fund shall be applied as the Cavendish Professor may from time to time decide:

  1. (a)in defraying the expenses of persons working in the Cavendish Laboratory when attending conferences or visiting other laboratories outside Cambridge;
  2. (b)in making grants to necessitous Graduate Students in the Cavendish Laboratory;
  3. (c)in supporting for periods of less than six months persons engaged in research in the Cavendish Laboratory;
  4. (d)in providing apparatus and books for the furtherance of teaching and research in the Cavendish Laboratory;
  5. (e)in meeting or contributing to the cost of any major project which would be of lasting benefit to the Cavendish Laboratory.
Unexpended income.

3. Unexpended income shall not be added to the capital of the Fund but shall be accumulated for use as income in subsequent years.

Arnold McNair Scholarship Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Sir Hersch Lauterpacht, M.A., LL.D., of Trinity College, formerly Whewell Professor of International Law, for the purpose of founding an Arnold McNair Scholarship in International Law, shall form a fund to be called the Arnold McNair Scholarship Fund.

Electors.

2. The Electors to the Scholarship shall be the Whewell Professor of International Law or a deputy appointed by the Whewell Professor and two other persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Law.

Notice of vacancy.

3. In the Michaelmas Term of each year the Registrary shall publish a Notice announcing the offer of one or more Scholarships.

Who are eligible.

4. The Scholarship shall be open to any member of the University who has kept at least eight terms16 and who is a candidate for or has been classed in either Part Ib or Part II of the Law Tripos in the year of application.

Names to Registrary.

5. Every candidate shall apply to the Registrary not later than the day before the first day of General Admission to Degrees, and shall submit a statement of the nature of the further study or research that he or she proposes to undertake.

Election.

6. The election shall be held each year at some convenient date within four weeks following the first day of General Admission to Degrees. The Electors shall take whatever steps they deem advisable, whether by consultation with any Tripos Examiners or otherwise, to ascertain the merits of the candidates and their qualifications for pursuing further study or research in International Law. If the available income of the Fund is sufficient the Electors may elect a second Scholar.

Tenure.

7. The Scholarship shall be tenable for one year from 1 October following the election and shall not be renewable.

Duties of Scholar.

8. It shall be the duty of the Scholar to undertake study or research in International Law. A Scholar shall not, during the tenure of the Scholarship, follow any such business or profession or engage in any such educational or other work as in the opinion of the Electors would interfere with his or her study.

Stipend.

9. The amount of the stipend of the Scholarship shall be such sum within a range approved from time to time by the Council as the Electors shall determine in each case.

Payment of stipend.

10. The stipend of the Scholar shall be paid in equal half-yearly instalments in advance; provided that the Electors may withhold the whole or part of the second instalment if they are not satisfied that the Scholar is diligently pursuing his or her studies.

Regulations may be altered by Grace.

11. These regulations, other than Regulation 1 and this regulation, may be altered by Grace on the recommendation of the Whewell Professor of International Law and with the approval of the Faculty Board of Law.

Alasdair Charles Macpherson Fund

Name.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the Reverend Ranald Macpherson shall form a fund to be called the Alasdair Charles Macpherson Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Divinity. The Managers may delegate any of their functions concerning the Fund to a committee composed of members of the Faculty Board.

Application.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied from time to time by the Managers, and subject to such conditions as they may think fit,

  1. (a)to make grants in aid to deserving students,
  2. (b)to make grants for research or travel,
  3. (c)to purchase books for the Libraries of the Faculty of Divinity,
  4. (d)for such other purposes as may be approved by the Managers.
Beneficiaries.

4. The beneficiaries of the Fund shall be those persons only who are or have been students in the Faculty of Divinity, and are of not more than ten years’ standing from their first degree.

5. These regulations, except Regulations 1 and 4, shall be subject to alteration by Grace on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Divinity with the concurrence of the Faculty of Divinity.

Maintenance Grants in Engineering Fund

The income of the Maintenance Grants in Engineering Fund shall be used, at the discretion of the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Engineering, to make grants to postgraduate students working in the Department of Engineering who are in need of financial assistance in connection with their studies in that Department.

Frederic William Maitland Memorial Fund

Name and object.

1. There shall be a fund in the University called the Frederic William Maitland Memorial Fund, which shall be devoted to the promotion of research and instruction in the History of Law and of Legal Language and Institutions.

Managers.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to seven Managers. The Managers shall be the Vice-Chancellor and six other persons appointed, two by the Council, two by the Faculty Board of Law, and two by the Faculty Board of History. The Managers shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

Quorum.

All the powers of the Managers may be exercised by a majority of those present at a meeting duly summoned, provided that three Managers at least be present.

Employment of income.

3. The income arising from the capital of the Fund shall be paid annually to the Managers, who shall also be empowered to receive subscriptions in augmentation of the annual income of the Fund. Out of the income thus accruing the Managers may at their discretion make grants to any person engaged in any research in the History of Law or of Legal Language or Institutions; or may make grants for the delivery of lectures, the publication of works, or the promotion of any other undertaking, connected with these departments of study; and they may attach to any grant such conditions as they may think fit.

Managers may augment capital of Fund.

4. The Managers shall be empowered to receive donations, subscriptions, and bequests for the augmentation of the capital of the Fund.

Accounts

5. The accounts of the Managers shall be audited annually and published with the University Accounts.

6. These regulations, except Regulation 1 and this regulation, shall be subject to alteration by Grace provided that the object of the Fund, as defined in Regulation 1, be adhered to.

By-laws.

7. Subject to the foregoing regulation, it shall be lawful for the Managers from time to time to make and (if they see fit) to vary such by-laws as may seem to them expedient for regulating their own proceedings and the administration of the Fund entrusted to their care.

Stat. E, XVII.

Peregrine Maitland Studentship

Endowments, 1904, pp. 386–8

Purpose of Fund.

1. The income of the Peregrine Maitland Fund, which is to be used to advance the study of subjects arising from or affecting the spread of the Christian Religion, the comparison of the Christian Religion with other religions, and the contact of Christian and other civilizations, shall be used to provide a Studentship in Comparative Religion, preference being given to candidates wishing to prepare themselves for missionary work.

Stipend.

2. The Studentship shall be offered annually. The stipend of the Studentship shall be such sum as the Electors shall determine in each case, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

To whom available.

3. The Studentship shall be open to any graduate of the University or to any person who is or is about to be registered as a Graduate Student in the University.

Electors.

4. The Electors in each year shall be:

  1. (a)the Professors of Divinity;
  2. (b)one person appointed in the Michaelmas Term by the Faculty Board of Divinity.
Notice of award.

5. Before the division of the Lent Term each year the Electors shall publish a Notice of the date by which, and the manner in which, applications are to be made. The election shall take place before the end of the Easter Term.

6. It shall be the duty of the Student to pursue a course of study approved by the Electors.

Payment of emoluments.

7. The Studentship shall be payable by equal half-yearly payments (each payment to be made in advance), provided as regards the second payment that the Electors be satisfied that the Student is diligently carrying out the scheme of study approved by them.

Report of study.

8. The Electors shall for the purpose of the two preceding sections appoint one of their number to whom it shall be the duty of the Student to report from time to time on the progress of his or her scheme of study.

Unexpended income.

9. From unexpended income accumulated in the Fund, the Electors may make grants to members of the University in aid of research in the subjects specified in Regulation 1.

Management Studies in Engineering Fund

The income of the Management Studies in Engineering Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Engineering to further teaching and research in the general area of Management Studies within that Department.

Elizabeth Mann Fund

Fund.

1. The sum received from the Cambridge University Fund for the Prevention of Disease (CAMPOD), representing a bequest to CAMPOD by Miss Elizabeth Hilary Frances Mann, M.A., of Girton College, shall form a fund called the Elizabeth Mann Fund.

Purpose.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the CAMPOD Committee for the time being. The income of the Fund shall be available at the discretion of the Managers to support research in the Department of Pathology in furtherance of the understanding and prevention of disease.

Applications.

3. The Managers shall invite applications from the Heads of the various Divisions within the Department of Pathology at such times and in such manner as they think fit.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income at the end of a financial year may be accumulated for use as income in a subsequent year.

Stat. E, XV. (1504)

The Lady Margaret's Preachership

Endowments, 1904, pp. 65–70

1. The appointment of the Preacher shall be announced in the Lent Term of the academical year next preceding the year in which the sermon is to be preached. The Preacher so appointed shall hold office until the first day of May in the year following his or her appointment.

2. Any member of the Senate shall be capable of being appointed.

3. The Preacher shall preach a sermon in the University Church at the Commemoration of Benefactors.

Marlay Fund

Fund.

1. The moneys received by the University from the sale, authorized by Grace 2 of 15 February 1916, of works of art and books left to the University under the Will of Charles Brinsley Marlay shall form a fund called the Marlay Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate.

Purpose.

3. The income of the Fund shall be available at the discretion of the Syndicate for the purchase of equipment and works of art, and for general Museum purposes.

Marr Memorial Fund

Name.

1. The Fund given by subscribers in memory of John Edward Marr, Sc.D., Woodwardian Professor of Geology, shall be called the Marr Memorial Fund.

Purpose.

2. The Fund shall be used to provide grants for the study of Geology in the field.

Who are eligible.

3. Grants shall be made only to members of the University.

4. Preference shall be given to applicants who have obtained honours in Part Ib of the Natural Sciences Tripos and who intend to pursue the study of Geology.

Awarders.

5. The Awarders in each year shall be:

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences;
  2. (b)a person appointed in the Michaelmas Term by the Faculty Board of Earth Sciences and Geography from among the University officers in the Department of Earth Sciences who have been appointed Examiners in Geology or Geological Sciences in the Natural Sciences Tripos for the current academical year, unless the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences is such an Examiner;
  3. (c)one other person or, if the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences is such an Examiner, two other persons, appointed in the same manner from among the University officers in the Department of Earth Sciences.
Notice of awards.

6. Before the division of the Easter Term in each year the Head of the Department of Earth Sciences shall give notice of the sum which the Treasurer shall have certified to be at the Awarders’ disposal, and shall invite applications for grants. The awards shall be made in June.

Date of awards.
Unapplied income.

7. The annual income of the Fund may be awarded each June, but if no award is made in any year, for lack of suitable candidates, two years’ income may be awarded in the following June. If no award is made in two consecutive years, the unapplied income for one year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Alterations.

8. The University may alter these regulations, provided that the Fund shall be associated with the name of Dr Marr and applied to the study of Geology in the field.

Alfred Marshall Fund and Lectureship

Fund.

1. An Alfred Marshall Fund shall be created and an Alfred Marshall Lectureship shall be established in the Faculty of Economics.

Lecturer.

2. Not later than the end of the Michaelmas Term of each academical year the Faculty Board of Economics shall either appoint a Lecturer to hold office during that academical year, or adjourn the appointment for a year; but the appointment shall not be adjourned for two successive years.

3. The Lecturer shall give in the year of office three lectures (or such other number as the Faculty Board may in any case approve) dealing with some development in Economics, or in Economic History, or in some kindred subject.

4. The lectures shall be given in Full Term.

5. The Lecturer shall deposit a copy of the text of the lectures in the Marshall Library.

Stipend.

6. The Lecturer shall receive as stipend such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Economics within a range approved from time to time by the Council, and in addition the Faculty Board may at their discretion pay any expenses of the Lecturer, whether in travelling to and from Cambridge or in residing in Cambridge for the period of the lectures, from the surplus income of the Fund during the Lecturer's year of office or from any accumulated surplus of the Fund.

Suspension.

7. The General Board may suspend the Alfred Marshall Lectureship at their discretion and apply the income of the Fund for general Faculty purposes should the financial situation appear to them to make such action desirable.

Kingsley Martin Memorial Fund

Title.

1. The gift to the University by Miss Dorothy Woodman on behalf of the late Kingsley Martin shall form a fund called the Kingsley Martin Memorial Fund.

Purpose.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be to provide for an annual lecture, to be called the Kingsley Martin Memorial Lecture, on a South Asian topic, preference being given to a topic relating to Burma. The lecture shall be delivered in Full Term.

Managers.

3. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Committee of Management of the Centre of South Asian Studies.

Lecturer.

4. A Lecturer shall be appointed by the Managers in each academical year, and shall deliver the Lecture by the end of the academical year following that in which he or she was appointed.

Stipend.

5. The stipend of the Lecturer shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined from time to time by the Managers with the approval of the Council.

Surplus income.

6. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund shall be applied from time to time at the discretion of the Managers to meet:

  1. (a)any expenses that may be incurred by the Lecturer in connection with the lecture;
  2. (b)the general expenses of the Centre of South Asian Studies, preference being given to expenses related to the study of Burma.

Mason Prize for Biblical Hebrew

Endowments, 1904, p. 418; amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Prize.

1. The Mason Prize for Biblical Hebrew shall be awarded annually to that candidate, or student qualified by standing to be a candidate, for Tyrwhitt's Hebrew Scholarships who shall be judged by the Examiners to have shown the greatest distinction in Biblical Hebrew in the examination for those Scholarships.

Value.

2. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

3. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Middle Eastern Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in Hebrew in the Department for the promotion and encouragement of the study of Biblical Hebrew.

4. A student who has once obtained the Prize shall be disqualified from competing for it a second time.

Regulations may be changed.

5. It shall be competent for the University from time to time to make such changes in these regulations as shall be judged fit: provided always that the proceeds of the Fund be given for proficiency in the knowledge of Biblical Hebrew, and that the Prize be connected with the name of the Reverend P. H. Mason.

The MathWorks Studentship

Purpose.

1. The sums received from The MathWorks shall form a fund for the benefit of postgraduate students in the Department of Engineering undertaking research in Control Systems and related areas.

Studentship.

2. The capital and income of the fund shall be used for the provision of a Studentship to be called The MathWorks Studentship in Engineering.

Electors.

3. The Electors to the Studentship shall be the Head of the Department of Engineering and two members of the staff of the Control Research Group in the Department, who shall be appointed by the Faculty Board of Engineering in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

4. In order to be eligible for the Studentship a candidate must have been admitted, or be seeking admission, as a registered Graduate Student in the University.

Tenure.

5. The Studentship shall be tenable for one year in the first instance, and may be renewed by the Electors for a second or third year but for no longer.

Provisions.

6. The Studentship shall provide

  1. (a)a maintenance payment to be determined by the Electors,
  2. (b)a payment to meet the Student's University and College fees,
  3. (c)a contribution to other costs such as equipment, travel expenses, etc., according to the discretion of the Electors.

MAVA Fondation Fund for Conservation Leadership

Grace 3 of 5 November 2008

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of £2.5m received by the University from the MAVA Fondation pour la Protection de la Nature Fund shall form a fund called the MAVA Fondation Fund for Conservation Leadership, the income and capital of which shall be used to support postgraduate study in Conservation Leadership and learning and research in Conservation in general. The currency of the Fund shall be eleven years from 1 October 2008 to 30 September 2019.

Managers.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be under the control of a Committee of Management consisting of:

  1. (a)the Miriam Rothschild Professor of Conservation Biology;
  2. (b)the Moran Professor of Conservation and Development;
  3. (c)the Head of the Department of Geography;
  4. (d)the person designated as Director of Research in Conservation Leadership;
  5. (e)one person who is not a resident member of the University appointed by the General Board to represent the Cambridge Conservation Forum.

The member in class (e) shall be appointed by the General Board in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following her or his appointment.

3. The capital and income of the Fund shall be used to support the design and delivery of a postgraduate course of study in Conservation Leadership, in any manner that the Managers shall determine, including the payment of the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs payable by the University in respect of the Director of Research in Conservation Leadership. It may also be used, at the discretion of the Managers, to provide maintenance payments and payments to meet University and College fees and other costs, such as additional training, equipment, travel expenses, conferences, for students undertaking the course.

Unspent income.

4. The MAVA Fondation may decide to apply any part of the capital or income of the donation that remains unspent, at the end of the programme, as the MAVA Fondation may determine, after agreement with the University, to support the study and teaching of conservation in the University and to co-operate with outside bodies in the encouragement of conservation learning or research more generally.

Clerk Maxwell Memorial Fund

Title.

1. The moneys received from Miss Frances Katherine Dunn shall form a fund called the Clerk Maxwell Memorial Fund, as a tribute to the memory of James Clerk Maxwell, the first Cavendish Professor of Experimental Physics.

Application.

2. The capital and income of the Fund shall be applied as the Cavendish Professor of Physics may from time to time decide:

  1. (a)to enable a Graduate Student in the Cavendish Laboratory to continue research at the end of the period for which he or she was originally awarded an emolument if in the opinion of the Professor the particular project merits such support;
  2. (b)to defray the expenses of Graduate Students and other research workers in the Cavendish Laboratory when attending conferences or visiting or working in other laboratories outside Cambridge;
  3. (c)to contribute to the cost of any project which, in the opinion of the Cavendish Professor, would be of lasting benefit to the Cavendish Laboratory and would appropriately commemorate the name and work of James Clerk Maxwell.
Stat. E, XXXIX.

Clerk Maxwell Scholarship

Endowments, 1904, p. 340

Name and object.

1. The income of the Clerk Maxwell Fund shall be used to maintain one or more Clerk Maxwell Scholarships in connection with the Cavendish Laboratory, for the advancement by original research of Experimental Physics, especially Electricity, Magnetism, and Heat.

2. The person elected to the Scholarship shall be called the Clerk Maxwell Student in Experimental Physics.

Who are eligible.

3. Any member of the University who has been a student for one term or more in the Cavendish Laboratory shall be eligible for the Scholarship.

Electors.

4. The Electors to the Scholarship shall be the Cavendish Professor of Physics and the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, and in case of any difference of opinion between them the final decision shall rest with the Master of Trinity College or with someone specially appointed by the Master for this purpose.

Deputy.

5. In case a deputy shall be appointed to discharge the duties of either of the two Professors aforesaid, such deputy shall, for all the purposes of these regulations, take the place and exercise the powers of the Professor concerned, during such time as he or she may be acting as such deputy.

Qualification of Scholar.

6. The Electors in electing the Scholar shall be guided by the promise shown by the candidates of capacity for original research in Experimental Physics, and shall take such steps as they may think desirable to enable them to form a judgement of such promise.

Duties of Scholar.

7. The Scholar so elected shall undertake under the direction of the Cavendish Professor original research in Experimental Physics within the University, but may carry on research elsewhere with the written permission of the Cavendish Professor.

Tenure.

8. The commencing date and duration of tenure of the Scholarship shall be determined by the Electors, and the holder shall be eligible for re-election, provided that a Scholar's total tenure of the Scholarship shall not exceed three years.

Stipend of Scholar.

9. The stipend of the Scholar shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined by the Electors, within a range approved from time to time by the Council, after they have taken account of any other financial resources that may be available to the Scholar. The stipend shall be paid to the Scholar in equal quarterly instalments in advance.

10. The Scholar shall not during the tenure of the Scholarship systematically follow any business or profession or engage in any educational or other work which in the opinion of the Cavendish and Lucasian Professors would interfere with his or her duties as Scholar.

Scholar may be removed.

11. If the Cavendish Professor and the Lucasian Professor shall be of opinion that the Scholar by engaging in some business or occupation or from confirmed ill health or want of diligence, or from other causes, is not fulfilling the conditions of the Scholarship, they shall report their opinion to the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry, and the Board may then if they see fit remove the Scholar from the Scholarship.

Notice of election.

12. Not later than one month before the date at which in due course the Scholarship becomes vacant or immediately upon the occurrence of any casual vacancy the Cavendish Professor shall give such public notice thereof as the Electors may think desirable. The election shall be made as soon after the vacancy as is practicable, and the result communicated to the Vice-Chancellor for publication.

Unexpended income.

13. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied from time to time on the recommendation of the Cavendish Professor to meet travelling and other expenses consistent with the object of the Fund incurred by Clerk Maxwell Scholars or by other persons engaged in original research in Experimental Physics in the Cavendish Laboratory.

Mayhew Prize

Prize.

1. The Prize shall be called the Mayhew Prize. It shall be awarded annually and shall consist of the net annual income of the Fund.

2. The Prize shall be awarded to that candidate for Part III of the Mathematical Tripos who has in the judgement of the Examiners shown the greatest distinction in the subjects of Applied Mathematics, excluding Astronomy, in that examination, provided that his or her work in these subjects is of sufficient merit.

If not awarded.

3. If in any year the Prize be not awarded the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

J. E. O. Mayne Fund

Title and object.

1. The sum given to the University in 1969 by John Edwin Oakley Mayne, of Fitzwilliam College, shall form a fund, the object of which shall be to ensure the continuation of the work on metallic corrosion and in related fields which Ulick Richardson Evans, Sc.D., of King's College, sometime Reader in the Science of Metallic Corrosion, initiated in 1921.

Application of income.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied as the Head of the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy shall from time to time decide to further teaching and research in the study and the prevention of corrosion and oxidation of metals and in related fields, by one or more of the following means:

  1. (a)establishing and maintaining any academic appointment,
  2. (b)establishing a studentship,
  3. (c)maintaining Graduate Students or research workers in the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy,
  4. (d)purchasing apparatus and equipment,

or by any other means consistent with the object of the Fund.

M.Chir. Distinction Prize

Title and purpose.

1. The income of the fund provided by an anonymous donor shall be used to provide a prize called the M.Chir. Distinction Prize, which shall be awarded annually for a thesis in the field of surgery, either clinical or in a relevant basic science, submitted in candidature for the M.Chir. Degree.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Regius Professor of Physic, after consulting the M.Chir. Committee.

3. Any thesis deemed to have reached Distinction standard shall be eligible for consideration for the Prize. If more than one candidate reaches this standard the Prize may be divided.

Value.

4. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

Unexpended income.

5. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Ethel Measures Fellowship in Veterinary Medicine Fund

Title.

1. The sum of £220,000 given to the University by the Trustees of the J. F. and E. A. Measures Charity shall form a fund called the Ethel Measures Fellowship in Veterinary Medicine Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Chairman of the Faculty Board of Veterinary Medicine, the Head of the Department of Veterinary Medicine, and the Dean of the Veterinary School, the Director of Research in the Department of Veterinary Medicine, and the Hospital Superintendent in the Department of Veterinary Medicine.

3. No resolution of the Managers shall be valid unless passed by a majority of the Managers present at a meeting to which all the Managers have been summoned.

Purpose.

4. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide the whole or part of the stipend of an Ethel Measures Fellow in Veterinary Medicine who shall undertake advanced study or research in such specialist area of veterinary medicine as the Managers shall decide from time to time. With the consent of the General Board, the whole or part of the capital of the Fund may be used for the same purpose.

Election and tenure.

5. An Ethel Measures Fellow shall be elected by the Managers, who may authorize additional expenditure from the income of the Fund in support of the work of the Fellow. The tenure of an Ethel Measures Fellow, which shall be determined by the Managers on the occasion of each election, shall be for a period not exceeding three years at a time.

Annual Report.

6. The Managers shall advise the Trustees of the J. F. and E. A. Measures Charity of the election and the field of study of each Ethel Measures Fellow and shall provide the Trustees with an annual report on the work of the Fellow.

Stipend.

7. The stipend of an Ethel Measures Fellow shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

Unexpended income.

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

Medical Libraries Fund

Managers.

1. The administration of the Medical Libraries Fund shall be entrusted to the Regius Professor of Physic and two other Managers who shall be appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine in the Michaelmas Term to serve for two years from 1 January following their appointment. A retiring Manager other than one who is appointed to fill a casual vacancy shall not be immediately eligible for reappointment.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used for the purchase of books and journals for the libraries of the Departments in the Faculties of Biology and of Clinical Medicine.

Application for grants.

3. Application for grants from the income of the Fund for the purchase of books or journals shall be made annually by the Departments to the Secretary of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine, by 1 January in each academical year.

4. Grants shall be made mainly, but not exclusively, for the purchase of books which, because of expense or other reasons, could not be purchased out of Departmental funds.

Stat. E, XLVII.

Medieval Scandinavian History Fund

Grace 5 of 5 November 2008

Title and purpose.

1. The sums available under Statute E, Chapter XLVII, together with other funds that may be donated for the same purpose, shall be used to establish a fund to support a University Lectureship in Medieval Scandinavian History in the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of English, who may delegate any of their functions concerning the Fund to a Committee not necessarily composed wholly of members of the Board.

Lecturer.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used to contribute towards the stipend, national insurance, pension contributions, and associated indirect costs payable by the University in respect of the Lecturer in Medieval Scandinavian History.

Unexpended income.

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 may determine.

Mellon Fellowship Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of US$250,000 received from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation shall form a fund, called the Mellon Fellowship Fund, to be used for the provision of Mellon Research Fellowships and grants for the study of American history.

2. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to six Managers. The Managers shall be the Regius Professor of Modern History, the Paul Mellon Professor of American History, the Chairman of the Faculty Board of History, and three Managers appointed in the Michaelmas Term by the Faculty Board. The Pitt Professor of American History and Institutions shall be an additional Manager when that Professorship is assigned to the Faculty of History. The Managers appointed by the Faculty Board shall serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. No resolution of the Managers for the election of a Research Fellow shall be valid unless passed by at least four of the Managers at a meeting to which all the Managers have been summoned, provided that

  1. (a)if the Pitt Professor is a Manager, the number of votes required shall be increased by one;
  2. (b)if either the Regius Professor or the Paul Mellon Professor is Chairman of the Faculty Board, the number of votes required shall be reduced by one.
Research Fellowships.

3. The first charge on the Fund shall be the stipends of one or more Mellon Research Fellows who shall engage in original research in American history which for this purpose shall be defined as the history of the United States of America from its colonial beginnings.

Applications.

4. The Managers shall publish before the division of each Lent Term a Notice of the date by which applications for a Mellon Research Fellowship shall be submitted to them, and the manner in which such applications shall be made. The names of successful candidates shall be published not later than 30 June next following.

Tenure.

5. A Mellon Research Fellowship shall be tenable for a minimum period of one year, which may be extended by the Managers, provided that the tenure of a Fellowship shall not exceed four years in all.

Stipend.

6. The stipend of a Mellon Research Fellow shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

Grants.

7. After provision has been made for the Mellon Research Fellowships the Managers shall be empowered to make grants to visiting scholars, Graduate Students, or other members of the University not in statu pupillari, for the furtherance of research in American history as defined in Regulation 3.

Unexpended income.

8. Any unexpended income may be added either to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in subsequent years as the Managers may determine.

Paul Mellon Fund

Fund.

1. The moneys received by the University under the Will of Paul Mellon, Hon. K.B.E., M.A., Hon. LL.D., of Clare College, shall form a fund called the Paul Mellon Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate.

Purpose.

3. The capital and income of the Fund shall be available, at the discretion of the Managers for any purpose of the Museum, including:

  1. (a)the provision of buildings, or the improvement of buildings;
  2. (b)the preservation and maintenance of the collections including the employment of curatorial staff for that purpose.

Paul Mellon Discretionary Fund

Fund.

1. The moneys received by the University at the discretion of the Executors of the Will of Paul Mellon, Hon. K.B.E., M.A., Hon. LL.D. of Clare College shall form a fund called the Paul Mellon Discretionary Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate, acting on the recommendations of the Director of the Museum with the concurrence of the Executors and their successors.

Purpose.

3. The income of the Fund shall be available for the following purposes:

  1. (a)the planning and implementation of temporary exhibitions at the Museum, especially those that draw upon the permanent collections of the University and the Colleges of the University;
  2. (b)the production costs of publications for or by the Museum, especially those relating to its collections;
  3. (c)educational programmes planned and implemented at the Museum, to encourage wider participation and appreciation of its collections; and
  4. (d)refurbishing galleries used to display the permanent collection, to include such non-structural elements as wall coverings, display furniture, and light fittings, to ensure that high standards are maintained in the appearance of the galleries and the display of their contents.

Members’ Classics Fund

Endowments, 1904, p. 373

1. The Managers of the Members’ Classics Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Classics.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Members’ Classics Fund shall be applied to the provision of

  1. (a)two or more Members’ Classical Essay Prizes;
  2. (b)two Members’ Classical Translation Prizes;
  3. (c)two Members’ Classical Reading Prizes.
Awarders.

3. The Essay Prizes shall be awarded by the Managers. The Translation Prizes and the Reading Prizes shall be awarded by three Adjudicators appointed by the General Board on the nomination of the Managers in each year before the division of the Michaelmas Term. Each Adjudicator shall receive from the income of the Fund such sum as shall be determined by the Managers with the approval of the Council.

Value of Prizes.

4. The value of each Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Adjudicators within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Notice of competition.

5. Before the end of the Michaelmas Term in every year the Adjudicators shall publish a Notice of the date by which and the manner in which entries for the Translation Prizes and the Reading Prizes shall be made, and of the dates by which the Prizes will be awarded.

Unexpended income.

6. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied at the discretion of the Managers for the promotion and encouragement of the study of the languages and civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome.

Members’ Classical Essay Prizes

Essay Prizes.
Who may compete.

7. Two or more Members’ Classical Essay Prizes shall be awarded each year. One Prize shall be awarded for a thesis submitted by a candidate for Part II of the Classical Tripos, and one for a thesis submitted by a candidate for the examination in Classics for the M.Phil. Degree (one-year course).

8. The Examiners for Part II of the Classical Tripos and the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Classics shall each identify not more than three theses which in their opinion are worthy of a Prize from among those submitted in candidature for the examination with which they are concerned, and shall refer them to the Managers. It shall be open to the Managers to award not more than three Prizes to candidates for Part II of the Tripos and not more than three to candidates for the M.Phil. Degree.

Deposit of essay.

9. Each prize-winner shall present a copy of his or her thesis to the library of the Faculty of Classics.

Members’ Classical Translation Prizes

Translation Prizes.

10. The Members’ Classical Translation Prizes shall be offered each year for the translation of a passage or passages, set by the Examiners, of Greek or Latin verse into English verse in any style and form appropriate to the original. One Prize shall be offered for the translation of Greek verse and one for the translation of Latin verse.

Who may compete.

11. The Prizes shall be open to any member of the University in statu pupillari other than a Graduate Student, who has kept not more than seven terms on the first day of the Michaelmas Term of the academical year in which he or she competes for the award.

Deposit of translation.

12. Each prize-winner shall present a copy of his or her translation to the library of the Faculty of Classics.

Members’ Classical Reading Prizes

Reading Prizes.

13. The Members’ Classical Reading Prizes shall be offered each year for the reading aloud of Greek or Latin. One Prize shall be offered for the reading of Greek, and the other for the reading of Latin.

14. The Prizes shall be open to any member of the University in statu pupillari, other than a Graduate Student, who has kept not more than seven terms on the first day of the Michaelmas Term of the academical year in which he or she competes for the award.

Nature of competition.

15. Each candidate shall be required to read aloud

  1. (a)one set piece of verse and one set piece of prose, announced in advance,
  2. (b)one set piece of verse, not announced in advance, and
  3. (c)one piece of verse or prose chosen by the candidate.

Members’ English Fund

Endowments, 1904, p. 373

Managers.

1. The Managers of the Members’ English Fund shall be the Faculty Board of English. The Faculty Board may appoint a committee, not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board, to discharge any of their functions under these regulations.

Prize.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of the Members’ English Prize, which shall be awarded each year for the best dissertation submitted for the M.Phil. Degree in the Faculty of English.

Who may compete.

3. Candidates for the Prize shall be Graduate Students working under the supervision of the Degree Committee for the Faculty of English, who were admitted as Graduate Students with effect from a date not earlier than 1 August next but one preceding the academical year in which they compete for the Prize.

When awarded.

4. The Managers shall award the Prize not later than the end of the Full Easter Term next following.

Value.

5. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Grants for research.

6. After provision has been made for the award of the Members’ English Prize, any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied by the Managers for the purpose of furthering the study of English and cognate subjects by making grants in aid of research to Graduate Students working under the supervision of the Degree Committee for the Faculty of English.

Members’ History Fund

Endowments, 1904, p. 373

Managers.

1. The Managers of the Members’ History Fund shall be the Faculty Board of History. The Faculty Board may appoint a committee, not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board, to discharge any of their functions under these regulations.

Prize.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of the Members’ History Prize, which shall be awarded each year for the best dissertation on an historical subject.

Who may compete.

3. The Prize shall be open to any member of the University who has been approved by the Board of Graduate Studies, on the recommendation of the Degree Committee for the Faculty of History, for the award of the M.Phil. Degree during the preceding academical year.

When awarded.

4. The Managers shall award the Prize not later than the end of the Full Easter Term next following.

Value.

5. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Grants for research.

6. After provision has been made for the award of the Members’ History Prize, any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied by the Managers:

  1. (a)to make grants in aid of research to Graduate Students working under the supervision of the Degree Committee for the Faculty of History;
  2. (b)to promote in any other way the study of History in the University.

Charles Hesterman Merz Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The moneys given to the University in 1970 by Mrs Merz for the purpose of promoting teaching, study, and research in electrical engineering shall form a fund to be called the Charles Hesterman Merz Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Engineering.

Application.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used at the discretion of the Managers and subject to such conditions as they may think fit,

  1. (a)for making grants to members of the University who are citizens of the Commonwealth of Nations and who are engaged in teaching, study, or research in electrical engineering in the Faculty of Engineering;
  2. (b)for promoting teaching, study, and research in the field of electrical engineering by any other means.
Publication of grants.

4. Grants from the Fund shall be called Charles Hesterman Merz Grants, and in each year the names of the persons to whom they have been awarded, but not the amounts of the grants, shall be published in the Reporter. Grants shall be payable in the manner determined by the Managers.

T. H. Middleton Fund

Title.

1. The sum received from an anonymous benefactor in 1947 to commemorate the work of the late Sir Thomas Hudson Middleton, Drapers Professor of Agriculture 1902–07, shall form a fund called the T. H. Middleton Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers who shall be:

  1. (a)the Chairman of the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Biology;
  2. (b)the Professor of Botany;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology.

The Manager in class (c) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for three years from 1 January following his or her appointment. The Secretary of the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Biology shall act as Secretary to the Managers.

Application of income.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied by the Managers to make grants to enable Graduate Students working on subjects connected with agriculture to travel for the purpose of study or research.

Unexpended income.

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

William Mills Library Acquisitions Fund

Grace 1 of 14 January 2009

Title.

1. The sums subscribed in honour of William James Mills, M.A., of Emmanuel College, Librarian of the Scott Polar Research Institute from 1989 to 2004, shall form a William Mills Library Acquisitions Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied for the purchase of books, periodicals, and maps, in any format, for the library of the Scott Polar Research Institute.

Managers.

3. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Director and Librarian of the Institute and one person appointed by the Committee of Management of the Institute to serve for three years from 1 January following her or his appointment.

4. The Managers shall meet at least once a year to consider the needs of the Institute’s library collections and to apply the Fund’s income in furtherance of its objectives.

Unexpended income.

5. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be added to the capital of the Fund, or accumulated for use as income in a future year in accordance with these regulations.

Graeme Minto Prize for Management Studies

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of £5,000 given to the University by Domino Printing Sciences plc shall form a fund called the Graeme Minto Fund for the encouragement of Management Studies in the University.

Prize.

2. The Fund shall be used to provide a prize called the Graeme Minto Prize for Management Studies. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Business and Management within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

How awarded.

3. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for the Management Studies Tripos for an outstanding performance in that examination.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income may be used at the discretion of the Faculty Board of Business and Management for the promotion and encouragement of Management Studies in the University.

Professor Joseph Mitchell Cancer Research Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The sums given and bequeathed to Professor J. S. Mitchell for the furtherance of research into human cancer, and received from him by the University, shall form a fund for that same purpose, to be called the Professor Joseph Mitchell Cancer Research Fund in recognition of his contribution to the treatment of cancer made while he held the Professorship of Radiotherapeutics and the Regius Professorship of Physic during the years 1946–76.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be: (a) the Regius Professor of Physic; (b) two members appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine; (c) one member appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology; and (d) two members appointed by the General Board. Managers in classes (b)–(d) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. The Managers shall elect annually one of their number as Chairman. The Secretary of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine shall act as Secretary to the Managers.

Grants.

3. The Managers may at their discretion make grants from the Fund to any person engaged in research in East Anglia which may, in the opinion of the Managers, contribute to the prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of human cancer; and they may attach to any grant such conditions as they may think fit.

Augmentation of income.

4. The Managers shall be empowered to receive donations, subscriptions, and bequests for the augmentation of the income of the Fund.

Assessors.

5. The Managers may at their discretion seek the advice of independent assessors concerning the merits of any application to the Fund.

Quorum.

6. No resolution of the Managers shall be valid unless approved by at least four members at a meeting to which all the members have been summoned, but a resolution signed by all the members shall have the same validity as a resolution carried at a meeting.

Modern Hebrew Studies Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Fund.

1. The sums received by the University for the promotion of the study of Modern Hebrew shall form a fund called the Modern Hebrew Studies Fund.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be under the control of a Board of Managers, who shall be:

  1. (a)the Regius Professor of Hebrew;
  2. (b)two persons appointed by the Head of the Department of Middle Eastern Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in Hebrew in the Department to serve for two years from 1 January following their appointment, one of whom shall be a University officer engaged in teaching and research in Modern Hebrew.
Purpose.

3. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be applied at the discretion of the Managers for the encouragement of the study of Modern Hebrew in the University.

Unexpended income.

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 may determine.

Modern Jewish Studies Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of $50,000 given to the University by the Righteous Persons Foundation shall form a fund called the Modern Jewish Studies Fund, which shall be used for the promotion and encouragement of the study of modern Jewish thought and history in the University.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Divinity, who may delegate any or all of their functions under these regulations to a committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Application of Fund.

3. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be applied, at the discretion of the Managers,

  1. (a) to meet the cost of lectures given by visiting Lecturers;
  2. (b) to provide grants for Graduate Students working in the field of modern Jewish thought and history;
  3. (c) to assist in any other way the promotion and encouragement of the study of modern Jewish thought and history in the University.
Lecturer.

4. A visiting Lecturer shall be appointed by the Managers from time to time. It shall be the duty of the Lecturer to deliver one or more lectures in the University in Full Term on a subject or subjects connected with modern Jewish thought and history.

Stipend and expenses.

5. The stipend paid to a Lecturer shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council. In addition the Managers may at their discretion pay any expenses incurred by the Lecturer or in connection with the Lecturer's visit.

Rex Moir Fund

Title.

1. The sums given and bequeathed to the University by the late Sir Ernest Moir, Bart., shall form a fund called the Rex Moir Fund.

Prize.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the provision of a Rex Moir Prize which shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Engineering Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in that examination. The value of the Prize shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Engineering within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Grants.

3. After provision has been made for the Rex Moir Prize, the remaining income of the Fund shall be used at the discretion of the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Engineering, and subject to such conditions as they may think fit, for making grants to postgraduate students and Graduate Students of the Department of Engineering.

Applicants for grants.

4. Applications for grants shall be sent to the Secretary of the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Engineering so as to arrive on or before 1 July in each year. An applicant must

  1. (a)have obtained an Honours Degree in a university of the United Kingdom or possess such other qualifications as may be approved by the Degree Committee,
  2. (b)be or become a member of the University,
  3. (c)forward with the application a full statement of his or her financial circumstances.
Periods covered by grants.

5. Grants may be made for one, two, or three years, but no grant shall be tenable for more than three years in all.

Publication and payment of awards.

6. The names of students to whom grants have been awarded, but not the amounts of the grants, shall be published each year. Grants shall be payable in the manner determined by the Degree Committee.

7. If at any time the Degree Committee are satisfied that a student is not diligently carrying out his or her work they shall have power to direct that any outstanding instalments of a grant shall be withheld.

P. A. Molteno Fund

Name.

1. The sum of £3,000 bequeathed to the University by P. A. Molteno, M.A., LL.M., of Trinity College, shall constitute a fund called the P. A. Molteno Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund in any year and any accumulated income shall be at the disposal of the Head of the Department of Pathology for the purposes of research in Parasitology.

Mond Laboratory Endowment Fund

The income from sums that were made available to the University to endow the Mond Laboratory shall be used to support research in the Department of Physics.

Mordell Lectureship Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sum given to the University by Professor Louis Joel Mordell, of St John's College, and augmented by the gift of Professor Paul Erdős, shall form a fund called the Mordell Lectureship Fund. The first charge on the fund shall be the honorarium of a Mordell Lecturer.

Appointment.

2. Not later than the division of the Lent Term in each year the Faculty Board of Mathematics on the nomination of the Head of the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics shall either appoint a Lecturer to hold office for that academical year or defer the appointment until the following academical year; provided that the appointment shall not be deferred for two successive years. Before nominating a Lecturer the Head of the Department shall take into account any name that may have been suggested by any member of the Faculty of Mathematics.

Duties.

3. During his or her term of office the Lecturer shall give one lecture in Full Term dealing with some aspect of or topic in pure mathematics.

Honorarium.

4. The honorarium paid to the Lecturer 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 incurred by the Lecturer.

Morien Morgan Prize

Title of Fund.

1. The gift of Lady Morgan, widow of the late Sir Morien Morgan, FRS, Master of Downing College, shall form a fund called the Morien Morgan Fund.

Prize.

2. The Morien Morgan Prize shall be awarded each year by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Engineering Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in aeronautical engineering, unless the Examiners are of the opinion that there is no candidate of sufficient merit to receive the Prize.

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Alterations.

5. The University, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Engineering, may amend these regulations from time to time, provided that the Prize shall always be devoted to the encouragement of the study of aeronautics.

Morrell Fund and Lectureship

Title of Fund.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Robert Selby Morrell, Sc.D., sometime Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, shall form a fund to be called the Morrell Fund, the object of which shall be the advancement of teaching and research in organic chemistry.

First charge on income.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the cost of such stipend and travelling expenses as may be approved under Regulation 4 for a visiting lecturer.

Title of Lecturer, and appointment.

3. The visiting lecturer, who shall be called the Morrell Lecturer, shall be appointed from time to time by the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Chemistry, advised by the BP Professor of Chemistry.

Duties, stipend, and allowances of the Lecturer.

4. The duties of the Lecturer shall be determined, at the time of appointment, by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Chemistry, provided that a Lecturer shall normally spend not less than three weeks in the Department of Chemistry and shall deliver at least four lectures consistent with the object of the Fund. Taking into account the duties so determined the stipend of the Lecturer and the allowance to be paid for travelling expenses shall be determined by the General Board at the same time and on the same recommendation.

Unexpended income.

5. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Chemistry, advised by the BP Professor of Chemistry, for the promotion of teaching or research in organic chemistry.

Roger Morris Prizes in Medicine and Surgery

Fund and purpose.

1. The sums given by Roger Brian Morris, M.A., Ph.D., of Clare College, shall form a fund for the purpose of awarding prizes in Medicine and in Surgery to candidates for Part II of the Final M.B. Examination.

Titles.

2. The title of each Prize shall be the Roger Morris Prize in Clinical Medicine and Surgery.

How awarded.

3. The Prizes shall be awarded each year to the candidates who are judged by the Regius Professor of Physic to have shown the greatest distinction in the clinical aspects of the Final M.B. Part II Examinations held in that academical year.

Value.

4. The value of each Prize shall be one half of the annual income of the Fund.

If not awarded.

5. If in any year a Prize is not awarded the appropriate portion of the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Brita Mortensen Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The moneys subscribed by the friends of Brita Mortensen, University Lecturer in Swedish, who died in 1958, shall form a fund called the Brita Mortensen Fund the income of which shall be used to provide grants to enable undergraduates of the University of Cambridge to visit Scandinavia in order to study the culture, literature, and arts of the Scandinavian countries.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by the Managers of the Scandinavian Studies Fund.

Offer of grants.

3. In the Michaelmas Term the Registrary shall publish a Notice inviting applications for grants from the Fund.

Eligibility.

4. Any candidate for the B.A. Degree shall be eligible to receive a grant from the Fund provided that he or she intends to make use of the grant before completing the examination requirements for that degree.

5. Applications must be submitted through a candidate's Tutor to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than 1 June, and must be accompanied by a description of the travel which the candidate proposes to undertake. Grants shall be awarded not later than the last day of the Easter Term and shall be payable on application to the Treasurer.

Mary Euphrasia Mosley Fund

Title.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by the late Mary Euphrasia Mosley shall form a fund to be called the Mary Euphrasia Mosley Fund.

Purposes.

2. The annual income of the Fund shall be applied for the encouragement of travel to the countries of the Commonwealth of Nations for the promotion of study or research and for the maintenance of good relations between them.

Administration.

3. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to a Board of Managers consisting of the Vice-Chancellor (or a duly appointed deputy), and four other persons appointed by the Council in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following.

Awards.

4. Awards from the Fund shall be confined to members of the University not of standing to become Masters of Arts, who shall undertake travel for the purposes mentioned in Regulation 2 above.

Application.

5. By a date to be announced by the Managers each year before the division of the Lent Term, a candidate for an award shall apply to the Registrary, indicating the way in which he or she hopes to further the purposes of the Fund as described in Regulation 2 above, and providing such other evidence of his or her qualifications as the Managers may require.

Date.

6. Awards shall be made each year not later than the end of the Easter Term.

Tenure.

7. During the tenure of an award the holder shall undertake the scheme of travel approved by the Managers, provided that the scheme may be varied with the consent of the Managers.

Payment of awards.

8. Awards shall be payable in one or more quarterly instalments, provided that the Managers shall not authorize any payment unless the holder of an award is pursuing, to their satisfaction, the purposes described in Regulation 2 above.

Alteration of regulations.

9. The foregoing regulations except Regulations 2 and 4 shall be subject to alteration by Grace.

Mott Fund for Physics of the Environment

Title and purpose.

1. The sum received from an anonymous benefactor by way of an endowment shall form a fund called the Mott Fund for Physics of the Environment in tribute to the memory of Sir Nevill Mott, CH, FRS, formerly Cavendish Professor of Physics. The income of the Fund shall be used for the purpose of providing Ph.D. studentships, bursaries, travel funds, and post-doctoral fellowships relating to research in Physics of the Environment in the Department of Physics. The Fund may include other sums received from other bodies or persons for the same purpose.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be (a) the Head of the Department of Physics, (b) the Cavendish Professor of Physics, and (c) a person appointed by the General Board. If the Head of the Department of Physics and the Cavendish Professor are the same person, the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry shall appoint one other person as a Manager so as to ensure that there are three Managers. A person appointed by the General Board in class (c) shall be appointed for three years from 1 January of the year in which he or she is appointed.

Application of the income.

3. After provision has been made out of the income of the Fund for the purpose of providing Ph.D. studentships, bursaries, travel funds, and post-doctoral fellowships relating to research in Physics of the Environment in the Department of Physics, the income of the Fund may be applied for the support of research in Physics of the Environment in the Department of Physics in such a manner as shall be approved by the Managers.

Unexpended income.

4. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be expended in accordance with Regulations 1 and 3 in any one or more subsequent years.

Mott Publication Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The royalties accruing from the Agreement between the Syndics of the Cambridge University Press and the Department of Physics (the Cavendish Laboratory) relating to two volumes of The Physics of Metals published in 1967 and 1975 in recognition of the work of Professor Sir Nevill Mott shall form a fund, called the Mott Publication Fund, which shall be used for the support of those engaged in research in the Cavendish Laboratory.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Cavendish Professor of Physics and the Secretary of the Department of Physics.

Application of Fund.

3. The capital and income of the Fund shall be applied by the Managers:

  1. (a)to enable Graduate Students and other research workers in the Cavendish Laboratory to acquire some knowledge of a foreign language;
  2. (b)to contribute towards the expenses of Graduate Students and other research workers in the Cavendish Laboratory when attending conferences or visiting laboratories outside Cambridge.

Thomas Mulvey Egyptology Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Name and purpose.

1. The sums given to the University by Mrs M. Mulvey and by others, in memory of her husband Thomas Mulvey, shall form a fund called the Thomas Mulvey Egyptology Fund, the income of which shall be used to further the study of Egyptology by the provision of an annual prize to be called the Thomas Mulvey Egyptology Prize, and of grants for the promotion of Egyptology.

Thomas Mulvey Egyptology Prize

Prize.

[2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part II of the Oriental Studies Tripos to a candidate who has shown distinction in the examination in Egyptology for Part II of that Tripos.]

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos to a candidate taking two or more papers in Egyptology who has shown distinction in Egyptology papers in the examination in Archaeology for Part IIb of that Tripos.〉17

Value.

3. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the [Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies] 〈Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology〉18 within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

If not awarded.

4. If in any year the Prize is not awarded the Committee established under Regulation 6 may make a grant from the income of the Fund of not more than the value of the Prize, for the purchase of books on the subject of Egyptology.

Thomas Mulvey Grants for Egyptology

Grants for fieldwork.

5. In any year, after provision has been made for the award of the Thomas Mulvey Egyptology Prize or for any grant made under Regulation 4, grants may be made from the balance of the annual income and from any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund to assist persons carrying out or wishing to carry out fieldwork in Egyptology.

Awarders.

6. Grants shall be awarded by a Committee consisting of the Herbert Thompson Reader in Egyptology, together with four persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment.

7. After the provision of any grants made under Regulation 5, the Committee may make further grants from the balance of the annual income and from any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund for the promotion of the study of Egyptology in the University.

Notice of applications.

8. Before the end of the Michaelmas Term in every year the Committee shall publish a Notice of the date by which and the manner in which applications for grants from the Fund shall be submitted.

Munby Fund and Fellowship

Name and purpose.

1. The money subscribed in memory of Alan Noel Latimer Munby, who died in 1974, shall form a fund called the Munby Fund, administered by the Library Syndicate, the income of which shall be used to provide the stipend of a Munby Fellowship for research in bibliographical studies tenable in the University Library.

Duties of Fellow.

2. The holder of the Fellowship will be expected to undertake bibliographical research which shall directly or indirectly be of benefit to scholars using the collections of the University and Colleges of Cambridge.

Tenure and stipend.

3. The Library Syndicate shall have power to determine from time to time the period of tenure of the Munby Fellowship, which shall normally be for one or two years, and the stipend to be attached to each period of tenure within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

  4. Any unexpended income of the Fund may be applied at the discretion of the Library Syndicate to meet expenses incurred by the Munby Fellow in carrying out his or her research.

Electors.

5. The Electors to the Munby Fellowship shall be the Librarian, ex officio, and not more than four other persons appointed from time to time by the Library Syndicate to serve for a period determined at the time of their appointment by the Syndicate. The Electors shall have discretion to seek the advice of appropriate bodies, including appropriate bodies overseas, before making an election.

Dispensation.

6. The Munby Fellow shall have no departmental or other staff duties and responsibilities within the University Library during his or her tenure of the Fellowship.

Margaret Munn-Rankin Fund for Assyriology

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Title and purpose.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University by Miss Joan Margaret Munn-Rankin, M.A., of Newnham College, for the furtherance of study and research in Assyriology shall form a fund called the Margaret Munn-Rankin Fund for Assyriology.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology. The Board may delegate any of their functions concerning the Fund to a Committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Studentship.

3. The primary purpose of the Fund shall be to maintain a postgraduate studentship in Assyriology, which shall be called the Margaret Munn-Rankin Studentship in Assyriology.

Notice of election.

4. The Managers shall give not less than three months’ notice of their intention to proceed to an election.

Who are eligible.

5. The Studentship may be held by any person who desires to undertake research or training for research in Assyriology. The Managers may take such steps as they think fit to ascertain the qualifications of candidates and their ability to undertake research.

Tenure.

6. The Managers shall elect a Student in the first instance for such period not exceeding three years as they shall think fit. They shall have power to re-elect a student for any further period not exceeding three years if they are satisfied that his or her work is of a sufficiently high standard to merit such an extension.

7. A Student who is not already a member of the University shall become such by being matriculated before the end of the term next after his or her election to the Studentship, provided that for good cause the Managers may allow a Student to defer matriculation until a later date.

Duties of the Student.

8. During the tenure of the Studentship a Student shall undertake full-time study or research in Assyriology. The Managers may terminate a Studentship at any time if they are not satisfied that the Student is diligently pursuing his or her studies.

Stipend.

9. The stipend of the Studentship shall be the annual net income of the Fund, which shall be paid to the Student by quarterly instalments in advance.

Application of income if Studentship vacant.

10. If at any time the Studentship is vacant, the income of the Fund for the period of the vacancy shall be employed as follows: three-quarters of the income of the Fund shall be appropriated in aid of the cost of the Eric Yarrow Lectureship in Assyriology, and one quarter shall be available to the Managers for the furtherance of study and research in Assyriology generally.

Unexpended income.

11. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended on the furtherance of study and research in Assyriology.

Edith Mary Pratt Musgrave Fund

Name.

1. The sum of £1,000, the benefaction of the late Edith Mary Pratt Musgrave, shall form a fund called the Edith Mary Pratt Musgrave Fund.

Purpose.

2. The Fund shall be used for the furtherance of research in the anatomy, physiology, or life-history of the Alcyonaria, corals, and related organisms.

Administration.

3. The administration of the Fund shall be entrusted to the Managers of the Balfour Fund.

Application of the Fund.

4. Subject to the provisions of Regulation 2 the Fund shall be applied from time to time, at the discretion of the Managers, and subject to such conditions as they may think fit, for the following purposes:

  1. (a)to provide the emoluments of an Edith Mary Pratt Musgrave Research Studentship;
  2. (b)to make grants for research.
Who are eligible for grants.

5. Awards from the Fund shall be made only to graduates of universities of the United Kingdom, British Dominions, and British Dependencies overseas, now working in or with the Department of Zoology. In making awards the Managers shall give preference (a) to women graduates, and (b) to persons intending to carry out research in waters other than those surrounding the British Isles.

Walter Myers Fund

Title and purpose.

The income of the fund derived from the gift to the University of Mrs S. Churchill in memory of her brother Dr Walter Myers, M.A., M.B., B.Chir., of Gonville and Caius College, and now known as the Walter Myers Fund, shall be used to support the library of the Department of Pathology as the Head of the Department of Pathology shall determine.

W. P. Napier Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The money received from the bequest of the late Walter Percy Napier shall constitute a fund, called the W. P. Napier Fund, for the endowment of teaching and research in the Cavendish Laboratory.

Application of Fund.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied as the Cavendish Professor may from time to time decide:

  1. (a)in defraying the expenses of small scientific conferences to be held in the Cavendish Laboratory and the expenses of persons working in the Cavendish Laboratory attending similar conferences outside Cambridge;
  2. (b)in making grants to necessitous Graduate Students in the Cavendish Laboratory;
  3. (c)in providing apparatus and books for the furtherance of teaching and research in the Cavendish Laboratory.
Unexpended income.

3. Unexpended income shall not be added to the capital of the Fund but shall be accumulated for use as income in subsequent years.

Napier Shaw Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The money received from the bequest of the late Sir William Napier Shaw shall constitute a fund called the Napier Shaw Fund for the endowment of teaching and research in Meteorological Physics in the Cavendish Laboratory.

Application of Fund.

2. The first charge on the Fund shall be the cost of the upkeep of the Napier Shaw Library.

3. After provision has been made for the upkeep of the Napier Shaw Library in accordance with Regulation 2 the remaining income of the Fund shall be applied as the Cavendish Professor may from time to time decide:

  1. (a)in making grants to necessitous Graduate Students working on meteorology in the Cavendish Laboratory;
  2. (b)in defraying the expenses of small meteorological conferences to be held in the Cavendish Laboratory and the expenses of persons working in the Cavendish Laboratory attending similar conferences outside Cambridge;
  3. (c)for the furtherance of teaching and research in Meteorological Physics in the Cavendish Laboratory.

Sir George Nelson Prize in Applied Mechanics

Name.

1. The gift of the English Electric Company Limited shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide a prize to be called the Sir George Nelson Prize in Applied Mechanics.

How awarded.

2. Subject to the provisions of Regulation 3 the Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Engineering Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in Applied Mechanics in that examination.

If not awarded.

3. If in any year no candidate be deemed worthy of the Prize the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Amendment of regulations.

4. It shall be open to the University, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Engineering, to alter these regulations from time to time provided that the income of the Fund shall always be used to encourage the study of Applied Mechanics.

Stat. E, XXV.

Isaac Newton Fund and Studentships

Endowments, 1904, pp. 353–5

Objects of Fund.

1. The Isaac Newton Fund shall be used for the furtherance of advanced study and research in the subjects of astronomy (especially gravitational astronomy but also including the other branches of astronomy and astronomical physics) and those branches of physical optics which in the opinion of the Electors have a direct bearing on astronomy or astronomical techniques, by the maintenance of one or more studentships called Isaac Newton Studentships.

Trustees.

2. The Trustees of the Fund shall be the Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Trinity College. The Trustees shall have power from time to time to convert into money the Trust Fund or any part thereof and to re-invest the same in or upon any other stocks, funds, and securities, whether or not stocks, funds, and securities in or upon which investments can ordinarily be made by trustees, and so that as far as may be practicable the income of the Trust Fund shall not be diminished below the present amount; and they shall not be responsible for any loss which may arise in the exercise by them of the aforesaid discretionary power.

Two Studentships.

3. The income of the Fund shall be primarily applicable to the maintenance of one or more Students, to be called Isaac Newton Students, whose duty it shall be to devote themselves to study and research in Astronomy (especially and including as aforesaid) and Physical Optics as aforesaid.

Eligibility for Studentships.

4. The Studentships shall be open to graduates of any university. Candidates shall normally be under the age of twenty-six years on 1 January next preceding the election. If a person who is not a member of the University is elected he or she shall become a member at the first opportunity.

Electors.

5. The Electors to the Studentships shall be two Professors of the University appointed by the Council, one member of the Regent House appointed by the Faculty Board of Mathematics, and two members of the Regent House appointed by the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry. Electors shall be appointed not later than the division of the Michaelmas Term to serve until 30 September of the calendar year next but three following their appointment. In every year there shall be a meeting of the Electors for the purpose of making elections. Three Electors shall form a quorum. Notice of an election shall be given before the end of Full Michaelmas Term and candidates shall be invited to send in their applications to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than the division of the Lent Term, together with such testimonials and other evidence of their qualifications and as to their proposed course of study or research as they may think fit. The Notice of an election shall include a list of subjects which the Electors consider to come within the meaning of the phrase ‘those branches of physical optics which have a direct bearing on astronomy or astronomical techniques’.

6. The Electors shall take such steps as they think fit for ascertaining the intellectual qualification of the candidates, and for ascertaining the prospect that a candidate, if elected, will bona fide and with due diligence undertake study and research in accordance with these regulations.

Duty of Student.

7. It shall be the duty of a Student to undertake during the tenure of the Studentship study or research as aforesaid according to a course proposed by the Student and approved by the Electors, provided that such course may in special cases be altered or varied with the consent of the Electors. A Student's course of study or research shall be pursued at Cambridge under such conditions as to residence and otherwise as the Electors may determine, but the Electors may for special reasons direct or authorize the same to be pursued in any other place and under such conditions as they may think fit.

The Electors may allow a Student to break his or her tenure for a definite period without emolument for the purpose of study away from Cambridge and may allow the Student to complete his or her tenure with emolument on returning.

Election.

8. The meeting for election shall be held, and in the ordinary course one Student shall be elected, before the end of the second week of the Easter Term in each year, the Studentship to date from 1 October in the same year and to be tenable for up to three years.

If at any time the state of the Fund shall admit thereof, the Trustees may authorize the Electors to elect to an additional Studentship or additional Studentships tenable for up to three years, or to prolong for an additional year the Studentship of any Student who in the opinion of the Electors shall have by diligent and successful carrying out of his or her course of study or research deserved the same; provided that no Student shall continue to hold a Studentship for longer than three years.

Elections to additional Studentships (if any) shall also be made at the annual election. But in any year, whatever be the number of vacancies, the Electors, if in their opinion there shall be no suitable candidate, shall not be bound to make any election. And the Electors may, if they think fit, defer an election to a subsequent meeting.

Emolument.

9. The annual emolument of the Student shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Electors within a range approved from time to time by the Council, provided that the income of the Fund (after payment of all expenses of and attending the execution of the trust and the amount payable to the Electors) shall be capable of bearing such charge, and shall be paid to the Student by equal half-yearly payments commencing immediately after the election of the Student and subject as regards each subsequent payment to the Electors being satisfied that the Student is diligently carrying out his or her course of study or research, but so nevertheless that if by illness or any other grave cause the Student shall have been prevented from thus carrying out the course of study or research, the Electors shall take account of the circumstances and shall be at liberty to make to the Student the full payment for the half-year.

The Electors may in addition award a grant not exceeding such sum as shall be approved from time to time by the Council, provided that the income of the Fund is capable of bearing such a charge, for fees, books, or other expenses incurred by the Student in the course of study or research. Such grants shall be paid in equal half-yearly instalments, and each payment shall be dependent on the approval by the Electors of a statement submitted by the Student.

Student may be removed.

10. If a Student shall in the opinion of the Electors fail in diligently carrying out the course of study or research, and if in consequence thereof they shall have withheld from the Student two successive half-years’ payment of the Studentship, it shall be lawful for the Electors as from the expiration of the last of the same two half-years to remove the Student from the Studentship.

Suspense Fund.

11. The Trustees shall have power to accumulate the residue of the income of the Fund not applied to the payment of expenses as aforesaid and the payments to the Electors and Students, and to make such temporary investments of the same as they shall think fit, and to apply the said surplus income and accumulations and any interest thereon at their discretion as follows (but so always that the income of the Fund shall not be so reduced by any such application as to be insufficient to meet the full amount of the said expenses and payments to the Electors and the Students):

  1. (a)in making up any deficiency in the income of the Fund for the purpose of paying the full amount of the Studentships;
  2. (b)in providing any such additional Studentships or prolongations of Studentships as hereinbefore mentioned;
  3. (c)in purchasing on the recommendation of the Electors any instruments or apparatus required by a Student in his or her course of study or research, provided that such instruments or apparatus shall be the property of the trust and shall remain at the disposal of the Electors and that the produce of the sale of any such instruments or apparatus shall be paid to the Fund and applied as income;
  4. (d)in paying on the like recommendation any extraordinary expenses connected with the course of study or research of any Student;
  5. (e)in making such investments by way of addition to the capital of the Fund as may be required to provide an income sufficient to meet the full amount of the expenses and the payments to the Electors and the Students.

Isaac Newton Institute Fund

Title.

1. The sum of £1m received from the Trustees of the Isaac Newton Trust for the benefit of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, together with other sums received for the same purpose, shall form a fund called the Isaac Newton Institute Fund.

Application of income.

2. The income of the Fund shall be at the disposal of the Management Committee for the Isaac Newton Institute, and shall be applied by them, in such manner as may be approved by the General Board, for the support of the Institute and its activities.

Unexpended income.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in a future year, as the Management Committee for the Institute may determine.

Mau-sang Ng Prize

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Fund.

1. The sums subscribed in memory of Mau-sang Ng, formerly University Lecturer in Chinese Studies, shall form a fund called the Mau-sang Ng Prize Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide a Prize for Chinese Studies.

Prize.

2. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos for an outstanding performance in Chinese Studies in that examination.

3. The value of the Prize shall be such sum not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined by the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

4. In any year in which the Prize is not awarded the income for that year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Stat. E, XLIV.

R. A. Nicholson Fund

Amended by Grace 3 of 29 April 2009

Name and purpose.

1. The R. A. Nicholson Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners appointed to examine in Arabic and Persian in Part II of the [Oriental Studies Tripos] 〈Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos〉19 for distinguished work in that examination in Arabic and Persian, or in one of those languages, preference being given to a candidate who has achieved distinction in both languages.

Value.

2. The value of the Prize shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Unexpended income.

3. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be used by the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies for purposes connected with the advancement of study or research in the University in Arabic or Persian, or in both those languages.

Ralph Noble Prizes

Fund and Prizes.

1. The gift of Mrs Ralph Noble and her family, in memory of her husband Ralph Athelstane Noble, of King's College, shall form a fund called the Ralph Noble Fund, the income of which shall be used to provide three Ralph Noble Prizes each year.

How awarded.

2. The Prizes shall be awarded by the M.D. Committee for M.D. dissertations as follows:

  1. (a)one or more Prizes may be awarded for a dissertation in any of the following fields: psychiatry, psychological medicine, neurology;
  2. (b)one or more Prizes may be awarded for a dissertation on a subject of a clinical nature, preference being given to a subject in psychological medicine.
Value.

3. The value of each Prize shall be one-third of the annual income of the Fund.

Unexpended income.

4. If in any year fewer than three Prizes are awarded, the unexpended income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

A. D. Nock Fund

The income of the Fund derived from the bequest of Arthur Darby Nock, M.A., Fellow of Clare College, 1923–30, University Lecturer in Classics, 1926–30, and Frothingham Professor of the History of Religion at Harvard University from 1930 until his death on 11 January 1963, accepted by the University in 1963 and announced in the Reporter on 24 July 1963, now known as the A. D. Nock Fund, shall be applied at the discretion of the Library Syndicate for the purpose of buying new or recent foreign books for the University Library.

Ronald Norrish Fund

Fund.

1. The royalties from the sale of Photochemistry and Reaction Kinetics, the copyright of which was assigned to the former Department of Physical Chemistry by the individual contributors and the editors, shall form a fund, to be called the Ronald Norrish Fund, the income of which shall be applied to provide an annual prize to an undergraduate for distinguished work in physical chemistry.

Prize.

2. The prize shall be called the Ronald Norrish Prize in Physical Chemistry and shall be awarded by the Head of the Department of Chemistry on the recommendation of the Professor of Physical Chemistry to a candidate for Part III of the Natural Sciences Tripos who achieves distinction in physical chemistry.

Stat. E, XIX.

Norrisian Prize

Endowments, 1904, p. 112

Prize.

1. The Norrisian Prize shall be offered annually for an essay, of not less than 10,000 words and not more than 25,000 words in length, on a subject relating to Christian Doctrine or Systematic Theology.

Who may compete.

2. The Prize shall be open to all graduates of the University and to all persons whose names are entered on the Register of Graduate Students, provided that on the last day appointed for sending in essays they are of not more than thirteen years’ standing from admission to their first degree, whether of this or another university, and provided also that no previous winner of the Prize shall be eligible to compete.

Adjudicators.

3. The Prize shall be adjudged by three Adjudicators, who shall be the Norris-Hulse Professor of Divinity and two members of the Regent House appointed by the General Board on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Divinity before the division of the Lent Term each year, to serve until the division of the Lent Term in the following year. Each appointed Adjudicator shall receive from the Norrisian Fund, unless no essay is sent in, such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Divinity within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Subject.

4. Each candidate shall submit the proposed subject of his or her essay to the Registrary not later than the division of the Lent Term. The Registrary shall communicate the subject to the Adjudicators, and shall inform the candidate by the last day of Full Lent Term of its approval or rejection by them.

5. Candidates shall send their essays to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than 19 December.

Value.

6. The value of the Prize shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Divinity within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Conditions.

7. The prize-winner shall deposit a printed or typewritten copy of his or her essay in the University Library.

North Carolina State University Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The sum of £250, the gift of the Department of Engineering of the North Carolina State University, shall form a fund, to be called the North Carolina State University Fund, which shall be used to provide a North Carolina State University Prize.

Value.

2. The value of the Prize shall be the annual income of the Fund.

How awarded.

3. The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Examiners for Part IIb of the Chemical Engineering Tripos to a candidate for that Part of the Tripos who has shown distinction in the performance of original project work in the form of a theoretical or experimental investigation. The Prize shall not be awarded to the same candidate to whom the T. R. C. Fox Prize is awarded.

Sara Norton Prizes

Title and purpose.

1. The sum of 5,000 dollars bequeathed to the University by the late Sara Norton of Boston, Massachusetts, shall form a fund the income of which shall be used to provide two Sara Norton Prizes each year for essays on some aspect of the political history of the United States of America. There shall be one Senior Prize and one Junior Prize.

Who are eligible.

2. The Senior Prize shall be awarded for the best essay on some aspect of the political history of the United States of America. The Prize shall be open to any member of the University who has been approved by the Board of Graduate Studies for the award of the Ph.D. Degree during the calendar year next preceding the year of the award; provided that an essay submitted for the Prize shall not previously have been submitted for a prize, but may be an adaptation of the substantial piece of work undertaken by the candidate as a Graduate Student.

Notice.

3. Notice of the Senior Prize shall be given by the Registrary before the end of the Lent Term each year.

Adjudicators.

4. The Senior Prize shall be awarded by three Adjudicators appointed before the division of the Easter Term each year by the Faculty Board of History. Each Adjudicator shall receive from the income of the Fund, except in a year in which no essay is sent in, such sum as the Faculty Board with the approval of the Council shall from time to time determine.

Approval of subject.

5. A candidate for the Senior Prize shall submit the proposed subject of his or her essay to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than 31 May. The Registrary shall transmit the subjects submitted to the Adjudicators for their approval; the Adjudicators shall have power to modify or reject any subject, and shall communicate their decision to each candidate not later than 30 June.

Submission of essay.

6. An essay for the Senior Prize shall be sent to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than the last day of the Michaelmas Term following the Adjudicators’ approval of the subject.

7. The Junior Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part II of the Historical Tripos for a dissertation on some aspect of American political history submitted by a candidate for that examination.

Value.

8. The value of the Prizes shall be such sums not exceeding the available income of the Fund as may be determined from time to time by the Faculty Board of History with the approval of the Council.

Unexpended income.

9. Any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund may be applied from time to time at the discretion of the Faculty Board of History to make grants to further the study of the political history of the United States of America in any other way and subject to such conditions as the Faculty Board may think fit.

Norton Rose Prize in Commercial Law

1. The sum made available annually by Norton Rose shall be used to provide a prize called the Norton Rose Prize in Commercial Law.

How awarded.

2. The Prize shall be awarded by the Examiners for Part II of the Law Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in Commercial Law in Part II of the Tripos, provided that he or she has attained the standard of the first class in that subject.

Charles Oldham Scholarships

The Classical Scholarship

Title.

1. There shall be a Scholarship called the Charles Oldham Classical Scholarship, the holder of which shall undertake advanced study or research in connection with some classical author or authors, according to a scheme to be approved by the Faculty Board of Classics.

Who are eligible.

2. The Scholarship shall be open to any person who is registered as a Graduate Student in the University, provided that at the date of the election not less than two complete terms have passed after the term of his or her admission as a Graduate Student.

Electors.

3. The Electors to the Scholarship shall be the Faculty Board of Classics, who may take such steps as they think fit to inquire into the qualifications of the candidates; provided that the Scholarship shall not be awarded on the result of a competitive examination.

Applications.

4. Before the division of the Easter Term each year the Faculty Board shall give notice of the date by which and the manner in which applications for the Scholarship are to be submitted. An election to the Scholarship shall be held during the Michaelmas Term on a date to be determined by the Board.

Tenure.

5. The Scholarship shall be tenable from the date of the election until 30 September next following. A Scholar shall be eligible for re-election on not more than two occasions.

Emolument.

6. There shall be paid to the Charles Oldham Classical Scholarship Fund one half of the net annual income of the Oldham Bequest. The emolument of the Scholarship shall be such sum, not exceeding the available income of the Fund, as shall be determined by the Faculty Board within a range approved from time to time by the Council. The emolument shall be paid in such instalments as the Board shall from time to time determine, provided that the Board may withhold payment of any instalment if they are not satisfied that the Scholar is pursuing his or her course of study with sufficient diligence.

Unexpended income.

7. Unexpended income shall be allowed to accumulate in the Fund and shall be applied to the furtherance of classical study or research in such manner as the Faculty Board shall from time to time determine.

8. The Board may delegate any of their functions concerning the Scholarship to a Committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

The Shakespeare Scholarship

Title.

1. There shall be established a scholarship to be called the Charles Oldham Shakespeare Scholarship, which shall be awarded for knowledge of the works of William Shakespeare.

Value.

2. One half of the net annual income of the Oldham Bequest shall be paid to the Charles Oldham Shakespeare Scholarship Fund. The annual value of the Scholarship shall be such sum as shall be determined by the Faculty Board of English within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Time of election.

3. The election of a Scholar, which shall be made by the Faculty Board of English, shall take place not later than the last day of July each year.

4. The Scholar shall be required to undertake advanced study in connection with English literature.

Tenure.

5. The Scholarship shall be tenable for one year from 1 October next following the election, but a Scholar shall be eligible for re-election on not more than two occasions.

No competitive examination.

6. The Board may take such steps as they think fit to inquire into the qualifications of candidates and their knowledge of William Shakespeare's works; provided that the Scholarship shall not be awarded on the result of a competitive examination.

Who are eligible.

7. The Scholarship shall be open to any person

  1. (a)who is a member of the University in statu pupillari,
  2. or
  3. (b)who is, or is about to be, registered as a Graduate Student in the University.
Applications.

8. The Faculty Board shall announce, not later than the end of the Michaelmas Term each year, the date by which, and the manner in which, applications are to be submitted.

Report.

9. The Scholar shall make a report at the end of the tenure of the award on the work carried out during the year of the award.

Grants.

10. From any unexpended income accumulated in the Fund the Faculty Board may make grants to Graduate Students to assist in meeting the expenses of research in English literature.

11. The Board may delegate any of their functions concerning the Scholarship to a Committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Ernest Oppenheimer Fund

Title.

1. The benefaction of the Rhokana Corporation Limited, the Nchanga Consolidated Copper Mines Limited, and the Rhodesia Broken Hill Development Company Limited, shall form a fund called the Ernest Oppenheimer Fund.

Purpose.

2. The income of the Fund shall always be used for the support of teaching and research in surface chemistry and colloid science in such a manner as the University may consider best fitted to promote the advancement of knowledge in those subjects.

Committee of Management of the Ernest Oppenheimer Fund

1. There shall be a Committee of Management of the Ernest Oppenheimer Fund which shall consist of:

  1. (a)the Chairman, who shall be appointed by the General Board after consultation with the Council of the School of the Physical Sciences;
  2. (b)two persons appointed by the General Board;
  3. (c)two persons appointed by the Council of the School of the Physical Sciences;
  4. (d)two persons appointed by the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences;
  5. (e)one person appointed by the Council of the School of Technology.

2. Members of the Committee shall serve for periods to be determined by the General Board.

3. The Secretary of the School of the Physical Sciences shall be the Secretary of the Committee.

4. Subject to the powers of the Council and the General Board, the duty of the Committee shall be to administer the income of the Ernest Oppenheimer Fund for the support of teaching and research in surface chemistry and colloid science, including applications to metallurgical reactions.

Ord Travel Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The gift made to the University in 1959 by the Committee of the Cambridge University Madrigal Society in recognition of the work of Boris Ord, Fellow of King's College, formerly University Lecturer in Music and University Organist, who was the founder and for thirty-eight years conductor of the Society, shall form a fund called the Ord Travel Fund. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide grants to assist students of music to travel in Europe and in the Mediterranean countries of Africa and Asia, or exceptionally elsewhere, to enable them to increase their interest in and understanding of the art and practice of music, and to improve their knowledge of languages for the same purpose.

Who are eligible.

2. Any member of the University shall be eligible to receive a grant from the Fund provided that he or she has spent at least two complete terms studying for a Part of the Music Tripos and that twelve complete terms have not passed after his or her first term of residence.

Awarders.

3. The Awarders shall be the Faculty Board of Music.

Notice of awards.

4. Before the division of the Michaelmas Term in each year the Registrary shall publish a Notice inviting applications for grants from the Fund.

Applications for grants.

5. Applications for grants, accompanied by a short description of the proposed travel, must be submitted through candidates’ Tutors to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than the division of Lent Term.

Award.

6. Grants shall be awarded not later than the last day of Full Lent Term and shall be payable on application to the Treasurer.

Duties of recipients of grants.

7. Not later than the division of the term next following the term or vacation in which the travel is completed, each recipient of a grant shall send to the Secretary of the Faculty Board of Music for transmission to the Awarders a short report on his or her travel.

Robin Orr Lectureship

Fund.

1. The sums subscribed in honour of Robert Kemsley Orr, Mus.D., Emeritus Professor of Music and Honorary Fellow of St John's and Pembroke Colleges, shall form a fund called the Robin Orr Lectureship Fund.

Lecture.

2. A Robin Orr Lecturer shall be appointed from time to time by the Faculty Board of Music. It shall be the duty of the Lecturer to deliver one lecture in the University during Full Term on a subject of general musical interest.

Stipend.

3. The stipend of the Lecturer shall be such sum from the income of the Fund 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 from the annual or the accumulated income of the Fund any expenses of the Lecturer and any other expenses incurred in the holding of the Lecture.

Dorothea Oschinsky Fund

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum bequeathed to the University for the purposes of the University Library by Dr Dorothea Oschinsky shall form a fund called the Dorothea Oschinsky Fund, the capital and the income of which shall be applied from time to time for such purposes in connection with the University Library as the Library Syndicate shall in their absolute discretion think fit.

Wish of benefactor.

2. In exercising their discretion the Library Syndicate shall note the wish of the benefactor that the Fund should be used for the acquisition of medieval manuscripts or the advancement of research in medieval history.

Recognition of benefactor.

3. All disbursements made from the Fund shall be associated with the name of Dorothea Oschinsky.

Paediatric Fund

Name.

1. There shall be established a Fund called the Paediatric Fund which shall consist of the sum bequeathed to the University by Mrs Ida Gandy and such further sums as may be added to the Fund from time to time from other sources.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Professor of Paediatrics and the Consultant Paediatricians on the staff of Addenbrooke's Hospital. The Secretary of the Clinical School or a deputy shall act as Secretary to the Managers.

Purpose.

3. The income of the Fund, together with any amount of the capital in excess of £100, shall be used to provide grants to further education and research in Paediatrics in Cambridge.

Applications.

4. Applications for grants from the Fund may be made at any time to the Secretary by any person working in the field of Paediatrics. For grants of more than £1,000 the agreement of all the Managers either at a meeting or in writing shall be required, but for grants of not more than £1,000 the agreement of a majority of the Managers so recorded or obtained shall be sufficient.

Paediatrics Prizes

Prizes.

1. The sums made available annually by Cow and Gate Limited, by Fisons Limited, and by Pharmacia & Upjohn Limited shall be used to provide annual prizes in Paediatrics.

Titles.

2. The titles of the prizes shall be the Cow and Gate Prize in Paediatrics, the Fisons Prize in Paediatrics, and the Pharmacia & Upjohn Prize in Paediatrics.

Who may compete.

3. The Prizes shall be open to any member of the University who is pursuing his or her clinical studies in Cambridge and is a candidate for the Final M.B. Examination. A person to whom a Prize has been awarded shall not again be eligible as a candidate for the same prize.

How awarded.

4. The Prizes shall be awarded by the Professor of Paediatrics and two Adjudicators appointed for each Prize in the Michaelmas Term by the General Board on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine. The name of each prize-winner shall be communicated by the Professor of Paediatrics to the donors of the Prize.

Cow and Gate Prize and Fisons Prize

Notice.

5. The Cow and Gate Prize and the Fisons Prize shall each be awarded for the best annotated case history or study in a particular area of Paediatrics. In the Michaelmas Term of each year the Professor of Paediatrics shall publish a notice of the Prizes to be awarded in the calendar year next following, giving the value of each prize and details of the form in which the case histories or studies are to be presented, the particular areas of Paediatrics that may form the basis of the presentations, and the dates by which and the person to whom they should be submitted.

Pharmacia & Upjohn Prize

6. The Pharmacia & Upjohn Prize shall be awarded for the best overall performance in the approved course of clinical instruction in Paediatrics for Part III of the Final M.B. Examination.

Suzy Paine Fund

Name and purpose.

1. The gift of Mr C. C. Paine in memory of his wife Suzanne Helen Paine, of Clare and Girton Colleges, University Lecturer in the Faculty of Economics, shall form a fund called the Suzy Paine Fund, the purpose of which shall be the advancement of the study of Political Economy.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Economics, who may delegate some or all of their functions under these regulations to a Committee not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

Travel grants.

3. The Managers may make grants from the income of the Fund to members of the University in statu pupillari who are or intend to be candidates for the Economics Tripos and to Graduate Students undertaking advanced study or research in the field of Political Economy in the University, to assist them in meeting the cost of travel to and in Asia in connection with their studies or in meeting other costs incurred in the course of research related to Asia.

Parke-Davis Exchange Fellowship in Biomedical Sciences

Fund and purpose.

1. The sum of $400,000 given to the University by the Warner-Lambert Company, for the support of a Parke-Davis Exchange Fellowship in Biomedical Sciences, shall form a fund called the Parke-Davis Exchange Fellowship Fund. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide Parke-Davis Exchange Fellowships, which shall be open to biomedical scientists working in Cambridge or in the United States of America or Canada.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered, and the Fellows elected, by a Board of Managers consisting of:

  1. (a)the Regius Professor of Physic as Chairman;
  2. (b)the Head of the Department of Pharmacology;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology;
  4. (d)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine;
  5. (e)one person appointed by the Warner-Lambert Company.

Managers in classes (c), (d), and (e) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. The Secretary of the School of the Biological Sciences shall act as Secretary.

Exchange Fellowship.

3. If candidates of sufficient merit present themselves, the Managers shall elect one or more Fellows each year. The purpose of the Fellowships shall be to enable persons working in Cambridge to visit institutions approved by the Managers in the United States of America or Canada, and persons working in those countries to visit institutions in the University of Cambridge or Medical Research Council institutions (or other comparable institutions) associated with the University. A Fellow from Cambridge shall be a biomedical scientist working in the University or in a Medical Research Council institution in Cambridge; Graduate Students shall be eligible. A Fellow from the United States of America or Canada shall be a biomedical scientist holding a university appointment in one of those countries.

4. The Board of Managers shall invite nominations for candidature for the Parke-Davis Exchange Fellowships from the Faculty Boards of Biology and Clinical Medicine, and may, if they so determine, advertise the Fellowship. The Managers shall give preference to candidates holding junior appointments (including Graduate Students).

Tenure.

5. A Fellowship shall be tenable for not more than one year and shall not be renewable.

Quorum.

6. No resolution of the Managers shall be valid unless approved by at least three, or a majority, whichever is the greater, of the Managers.

Unexpended income.

7. Any unexpended income may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in subsequent years as the Managers may determine.

Clive Parry International Law Prize Fund

Fund.

1. The sum received from the American Friends of Cambridge University shall form a fund called the Clive Parry International Law Prize Fund.

Prizes.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used to provide Clive Parry Prizes as follows:

  1. (a)one Prize to be awarded by the Examiners for Part Ib of the Law Tripos for distinction in International Law shown by performance in that subject in Part Ib of the Tripos;
  2. (b)one Prize to be awarded by the Examiners for the LL.M. Examination for distinction in International Law shown by performance in not less than three subjects designated by the Faculty Board as subjects in International Law;
  3. (c)one Prize to be awarded by the Examiners for the LL.M. Examination to a graduate of a university outside the British Isles who has offered not less than three subjects designated by the Faculty Board as subjects in International Law, and whose work in the examination the Examiners consider to be especially meritorious, after taking account of any linguistic disadvantage affecting the candidate's performance.
Value of Prizes.

3. The value of each Prize shall be determined by the Faculty Board of Law within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Grants.

4. After provision has been made for the award of Clive Parry Prizes the annual income may also be used to make grants to successful candidates for the LL.M. Examination who, having taken International Law in that examination, wish to pursue some course of studies in international law. Such grants shall be made by a committee consisting of the Whewell Professor and two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Law.

5. Any unexpended annual income shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Tesni Parry Memorial Fund

Title.

1. The sum of £10,000, a gift to the University from Mrs Enfys Morris Chapman, shall form a fund to be called the Tesni Parry Memorial Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Professor of Pathology, the Professor of Haematology, a Consultant Haematologist nominated by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine, and Mrs Enfys Morris Chapman or such person as she may appoint to represent her.

Object.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied in such manner as the Managers shall from time to time determine for the furtherance of research in the University into diseases of the blood with special reference to anaemia.

Regulations may be changed.

4. The foregoing regulations shall be subject to alteration by Grace on the recommendation of the Managers, provided always that no alteration shall be made to them without the consent of Mrs Enfys Morris Chapman or such person as she may appoint to represent her.

Passingham Fund and Prize

Fund.

1. The money received by the University under the Will of Tremenheere John Passingham shall be separately invested and shall constitute a fund called the Passingham Fund.

Prize.

2. There shall be a prize, called the Passingham Prize, which shall be open for award in each year by the Head of the Department of Experimental Psychology to a student who in the opinion of the Head of the Department has done work of sufficient merit in that year as a candidate for the Natural Sciences Tripos, Part II, either in Psychology or in Physiology and Psychology, or as a Graduate Student registered as a candidate for the degree of Ph.D. or M.Sc. in the Department of Experimental Psychology, provided that the Prize shall not be awarded to any student to whom it has been awarded on a previous occasion.

Value.

3. The Prize shall consist of books to the value of the annual income of the Fund. If in any year the Prize is not awarded, the income of the Fund for that year shall be spent on the purchase of books for the library of the Department of Experimental Psychology.

Department of Pathology Centenary Fund and Studentship

Title.

1. The moneys subscribed to the appeal held on the occasion of the centenary of the Department of Pathology in 1984 shall form a fund called the Department of Pathology Centenary Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of Pathology, and
  2. (b)two University officers in the Department of Pathology appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology.

Managers in class (b) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for four years from 1 January following their appointment. The Secretary of the School of the Biological Sciences shall act as Secretary to the Managers.

Studentship.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied from time to time, at the discretion of the Managers, to provide a Studentship to be called the Department of Pathology Centenary Studentship, the holder of which shall undertake original research in Pathology. Any income from the Fund accruing during a vacancy in the Studentship shall be added to the capital of the Fund or retained as additional income, as the Managers may determine.

4. The Managers shall give due notice of their intention to proceed to an election.

5. The Managers may elect to a Studentship any person whom they consider suitable. A Student who on election is not a member of the University shall become such on taking up the Studentship.

Tenure.

6. The Studentship shall be tenable for such period as the Managers shall determine on the occasion of each election.

Emolument.

7. The emolument of the Studentship shall be determined by the Managers within a range approved from time to time by the Council.

Pathology Endowment Fund

The income of the Pathology Endowment Fund shall be used for the benefit of the Department of Pathology.

Pathology Prizes

Fund.

1. The sum of £175, the gift of an anonymous donor, in memory of Dr Graham P. McCullagh, Dr A. Max Barrett, and Dr G. Fulton Roberts, shall form a fund to be called the Pathology Prize Fund.

Purpose.

2. The capital and income of the Fund shall be at the disposal of the Professor of Pathology for the award, at the Professor's sole discretion, of prizes to candidates who have acquitted themselves with distinction in the subject Pathology in Part II of the Natural Sciences Tripos.

Form of Prizes.

3. The Prizes shall consist of grants to assist the prize-winners to publish or communicate to learned societies the results of research that they have undertaken.

Titles of Prizes.

4. In accordance with the wishes of the benefactor each Prize awarded shall be named by the Professor after one or other of the three persons who are commemorated, according to the particular aspect of Pathology with which the prize-winner's work is chiefly concerned. If the work is chiefly concerned with experimental pathology the title of the Prize shall be the Graham McCullagh Memorial Prize; if it is chiefly concerned with morbid anatomy the title shall be the Max Barrett Memorial Prize; if it is chiefly concerned with immunology the title shall be the Fulton Roberts Memorial Prize.

Perceval Fund

Fund.

1. The moneys received by the University under the Will of Spencer George Perceval in 1922, and announced in the Reporter on 16 May 1922, shall be called the Perceval Fund.

Managers.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Fitzwilliam Museum Syndicate.

Purpose.

3. The income of the Fund shall be expended from time to time by the Syndicate on the purchase of letters, relics, or portraits of distinguished members of the University prior to the nineteenth century, or on other objects of art of the same class as the Perceval collections.

Michael Perkins Fund

Fund.

1. The money received from the Reverend J. H. T. Perkins for the furtherance of the study of the natural history of animals shall form a fund called the Michael Perkins Fund.

Managers.

2. The administration of the income of the Fund shall be entrusted to the Head of the Department of Zoology and two other Managers, who shall be appointed by the Faculty Board of Biology in the Michaelmas Term to serve for five years from 1 January following their appointment. All the powers of the Managers may be exercised by a majority of those present at a meeting, provided that two Managers at least be present.

How income may be used.

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied:

  1. (a)to the payment of a lecturer, to be called the Michael Perkins Lecturer;
  2. (b)to the furtherance of the study of the natural history of animals by the occasional award, at the discretion of the Managers and subject to such conditions as they may think fit, of prizes or grants of money to young graduates of the University;
  3. (c)to such other purposes as may from time to time be approved by the Faculty Board of Biology.
Lecturer.

4. The Michael Perkins Lecturer shall be appointed by the Managers of the Michael Perkins Fund. The Lecturer shall hold office for one year, and shall be required to give one lecture on a subject, approved by the Managers, dealing with original investigation or interpretation of the natural history of animals.

Prince Philip Scholarships Fund

Title and purpose.

1. The sums provided for scholarships by the Friends of Cambridge University in Hong Kong shall form a fund called the Prince Philip Scholarships Fund. The income of the Fund shall be applied to provide scholarships for students domiciled, resident, or ordinarily resident in Hong Kong, the People's Republic of China, or Taiwan, in order that they may become matriculated members of the University following courses leading to a degree or other qualification of the University.

Managers.

2. The Fund shall be administered by a Board of Managers who shall consist of:

  1. (a)the Vice-Chancellor, or a duly appointed deputy;
  2. (b)two persons appointed by the Council;
  3. (c)three persons appointed by the Friends of Cambridge University in Hong Kong.

Managers in classes (b) and (c) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term and shall serve for three years from 1 January following their appointment.

Undergraduate Scholarships.

3. The first charge on the Fund shall be the provision of scholarships, called Prince Philip Scholarships, for students from Hong Kong intending to study for the B.A. Degree. Not fewer than three Prince Philip Scholarships shall be awarded in each year, provided that candidates of sufficient merit present themselves.

Graduate Scholarships.

4. Subject to the provisions of Regulations 1 and 3, any unexpended income of the Fund may be used by the Managers to provide scholarships, called Prince Philip Graduate Scholarships, for students from Hong Kong, the People's Republic of China, or Taiwan who are intending to undertake postgraduate study leading to a degree or other qualification of the University.

How awarded.

5. Prince Philip Scholarships shall be awarded by a selection committee appointed by the Managers. Prince Philip Graduate Scholarships shall be awarded by the Managers.

Value.

6. The value of a Prince Philip Scholarship, and of a Prince Philip Graduate Scholarship, shall be determined by the Managers after taking account of the resources available to the holder.

Tenure.

7. A Prince Philip Scholarship or a Prince Philip Graduate Scholarship shall normally be tenable for not more than three years from 1 October following the date of the election.

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