Statutes and Ordinances of the University of Cambridge
CHAPTER XI
pp. 691–762
UNIVERSITY OFFICES AND GRANTS OF TITLE

In this section

SPECIAL REGULATIONS FOR UNIVERSITY OFFICERS

Vice-Chancellor

Advisory Committee.
Appointment.

1. Not less than one year before the date on which the period of office of the Vice-Chancellor is expected to come to an end or in the event of a casual vacancy as soon as possible after certain knowledge of the vacancy the Council shall appoint an advisory committee to advise them on the choice of a person to be nominated for appointment to the office of Vice-Chancellor. The advisory committee shall consist of not less than eight persons a majority of whom shall be resident members of the Regent House and at least two of whom shall be persons who are not resident members of the University. The committee shall propose a list of persons for consideration by the Council. The Council shall give public notice of the name of the person nominated and shall submit a Grace to the Regent House for the appointment of that person to the office of Vice-Chancellor.

Admission.

2. A Congregation of the Regent House for the formal admission of the Vice-Chancellor shall be held as soon as conveniently may be after the Vice-Chancellor has entered upon office on a day in term appointed by the Council. The Chancellor or in the Chancellor's absence the Proctors shall preside.

Procedure at Congregation.

3. At the Congregation the Senior Proctor shall ask the Vice-Chancellor Dabis fidem te bene et fideliter praestiturum (praestituram) omnia quae spectent ad officium procancellarii academiae Cantabrigiensis? The Vice-Chancellor shall reply Ita do fidem. The Senior Proctor shall then admit the Vice-Chancellor by saying Auctoritate nobis commissa admittimus te ad officium procancellarii hujus academiae in nomine Patris et Filii et Spiritus Sancti.1 The Junior Proctor shall thereupon deliver to the Vice-Chancellor the insignia of the office. If a Grace has been submitted and approved for the admission of the Vice-Chancellor to the degree of Master of Arts under Statute B II 2(a) or a degree by incorporation under Statute B II 2(b) he or she shall be presented for that degree by the Registrary. Unless the Chancellor is present the Vice-Chancellor shall then assume the presidency of the Congregation.

Residence.

4. Unless granted leave of absence under Special Ordinance C (i) 2 the Vice-Chancellor shall reside in the University during term-time and shall not without the consent of the Council be absent for more than eight weeks in each academical year.

Expenses.

5. The Vice-Chancellor shall be granted an allowance of an amount determined by the Council to meet the expenses arising out of the duties of the office. He or she may be granted a further allowance of an amount determined by the Council in respect of extraordinary expenses incurred through assumption of office.

Acceptance of benefactions.

6. The power of the University to accept benefactions is delegated to the Vice-Chancellor provided that for any particular benefaction the Vice-Chancellor may request the Council to submit a Grace to the Regent House for its acceptance.

Designated officer.

7. The Vice-Chancellor shall be the designated officer for the University in accordance with the terms of the Financial Memorandum between the Higher Education Funding Council (England) and the University.

Reappointment.

8. Not more than one year before the end of his or her current term of office and subject to the provisions of Statute C III 2 the Vice-Chancellor may be reappointed by the Regent House on the nomination of the Council.

Pro-Vice-Chancellors

1. The maximum number of offices of Pro-Vice-Chancellor shall be five. Although there shall not be an office of Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor the Vice-Chancellor may after consultation with all of those appointed to the office of Pro-Vice-Chancellor confer the title of Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor on one of those appointed to the office of Pro-Vice-Chancellor who shall take responsibility for leading and co-ordinating the work of the Pro-Vice-Chancellors.

Nominating Committee

Constitution.

2. The Nominating Committee for the office of Pro-Vice-Chancellor shall consist of:

  1. (a)The Vice-Chancellor (or a duly appointed deputy) in the Chair and the Vice-Chancellor elect (if any);
  2. (b)a member of the Council in class (a);
  3. (c)two other members of the Council;
  4. (d)two members of the General Board in class (b) one nominated by the Board from among the members appointed by the Councils of the Schools of Arts and Humanities and the Humanities and Social Sciences and one from among the members appointed by the other Councils of the Schools.

Members in classes (b) (c) and (d) shall be appointed by the Council in the Michaelmas Term to serve for two years from 1 January following their appointment. A member in any of these classes who ceases to be a member of the Council or the Board (as the case may be) shall cease to be a member of the Nominating Committee.

Secretary.

3. The Registrary (or a person appointed by the Registrary) shall act as Secretary of the Nominating Committee.

Stipend

4. The stipend for the office of Pro-Vice-Chancellor shall be determined by the Council. A Pro-Vice-Chancellor who is appointed on a part-time basis shall receive a pro-rata proportion of the full stipend for that office and shall if he or she holds another University office concurrently receive a correspondingly reduced pro-rata basic stipend for that other office plus any contribution payment payment for clinical responsibility or market supplement in full.

Proctors and Pro-Proctors

Form of certificate of residence for Proctor nominate.

1. The following form of certificate shall be used for the purpose of Special Ordinance C (iii) 3:

I hereby certify that A.B. of    College has resided in the University during the major part of the three terms following viz.

Witness my hand this      day of

       C.D. Master of      College.

Seniority.

2. Of the two Proctors one shall be designated Senior and the other Junior. The Proctor who first became a member of the Senate shall be Senior provided that if both became members on the same day their seniority shall be determined in accordance with the regulations for the order of seniority of graduates.

Pro-Proctors.
Sched. to Special Ordinance C (iii).

3. In the Easter Term each year two Pro-Proctors shall be appointed by Grace to hold office for the academical year next following. They shall be nominated for appointment by the Colleges according to the Cycle of Proctors each College having the right to nominate a Pro-Proctor in the year next before that in which it has the right to nominate a Proctor. Such nominations shall be submitted in writing to the Vice-Chancellor not later than the last day of Full Lent Term each year.

Additional Pro-Proctors.

4. To assist the Proctors and Pro-Proctors in the maintenance of discipline two additional Pro-Proctors who shall be members of the Senate of not less than three years’ standing shall be appointed by Grace in the Easter Term of each year on the nomination of the Vice-Chancellor and of the Proctors designate and shall hold office for the academical year following their appointment.

5. The Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Proctors may appoint additional Pro-Proctors to act on particular occasions.

Special Pro-Proctor.

6. The Vice-Chancellor shall have power to appoint a Special Pro-Proctor for motor vehicles who shall deal with the use of motor vehicles by members of the University in statu pupillari in accordance with regulations therefor.

7. Every breach by a person in statu pupillari of any of the regulations for motor vehicles shall be reported as soon as possible by the Special Pro-Proctor to the Tutor concerned.

Payments.

8. The payments to be made to the Proctors shall be determined from time to time by Grace as heretofore. The payments to be made to the Pro-Proctors additional Pro-Proctors and Special Pro-Proctor for motor vehicles shall be determined from time to time by the Council on the advice of the Finance Committee.

Constables

9. The Vice-Chancellor on the nomination of the Proctors shall appoint two Constables for each Proctor Pro-Proctor and Additional Pro-Proctor and one or two Constables to assist the Special Pro-Proctor for Motor Vehicles. The Vice-Chancellor shall have power to appoint additional Constables on the nomination of the Proctors.

Conditions of service and payments.

10. The conditions of service and the payments to be made to persons appointed under Regulation 9 shall be determined from time to time by the Finance Committee of the Council on the recommendation of the Proctors.

University Advocate and Deputy University Advocates

Tenure.

1. The University Advocate shall hold office for four years and shall be eligible for reappointment for a further period not exceeding two years.

2. There shall be such number of University offices of Deputy University Advocate as the University shall from time to time determine on the recommendation of the Council. A Deputy University Advocate shall be appointed for two years in the first instance and shall be eligible for reappointment for periods not exceeding two years at a time subject to the requirement that he or she shall cease to hold office when a new University Advocate assumes office.

3. If the term of office of the University Advocate or of a Deputy University Advocate expires before the completion of any proceedings in which he or she has begun to act he or she may continue to act for the remainder of those proceedings.

Powers.

4. The University Advocate and any Deputy University Advocate shall have power to seek legal advice from sources outside the University at the expense of the University up to a limit approved from time to time by the Council; subject to the provisions of Statute C they may be represented in any proceedings by a barrister or solicitor or other suitably qualified person.

Stipend.

5. The stipend of the University Advocate shall be determined from time to time by Grace. There shall be no stipend attached to the office of Deputy University Advocate.

6. In addition to the stipend attached to the office the University Advocate shall be entitled to receive in respect of any day on which he or she discharges the duties of the office an additional non-pensionable payment at a rate determined from time to time by the Council and in respect of part of a day a proportionate amount of such payment. A Deputy University Advocate and any person acting as University Advocate or Deputy University Advocate under the provisions of Regulation 3 shall be entitled to receive a similar payment in respect of any day or part of a day on which he or she carries out any of the duties of the Advocate.

Orator

The Orator shall keep such residence in the University as is necessary for the due discharge of the duties of the office. Without the permission of the Vice-Chancellor the Orator shall not be absent from any Congregation at which the title of a degree is to be conferred under Statute A II 14. He or she shall not be absent at any time for more than seven days in succession during Full Term without obtaining the permission of the Council beforehand if possible or asking their approval upon his or her return.

Unified Administrative Service (staff of the University Offices)

Divisions.

1. The staff of the University Offices shall form a Unified Administrative Service which shall be under the supervision of the Council and shall comprise the following Divisions:

Academic Division

Estate Management

Finance Division

Health Safety and Regulated Facilities Division

Human Resources Division

Registrary’s Office

Registrary's duties.

2. Under the provisions of Statute C VI the head of the Unified Administrative Service shall be the Registrary who as such and under the direction of the Council shall manage the University Offices and their staff budgets space and other resources provided to the Offices by the Council. It shall be the duty of the Registrary to ensure that arrangements for the quality assurance of the services provided by the Offices are presented to the Council and are implemented as agreed by the Council. The Registrary or a University officer appointed by the Registrary shall be the Establishment Licence Holder for facilities regulated by the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986. The Registrary shall make such reports on the work of the University Offices to the Council as that body may require.

3. Within each Division of the Unified Administrative Service there shall be the University office of Director (or such other title as may be determined from time to time by the Council) who shall be head of the Division and whose duties shall include the management of the Division under the overall responsibility of the Registrary.2

University offices.

4. Within the Unified Administrative Service there shall also be the following University offices in such numbers as may be approved from time to time by the Council: Deputy Director Assistant Director Assistant Registrary and Assistant Treasurer (including the grades of Principal Assistant and Senior Assistant) Administrative Officer (in three grades I II and III) Computer Officer (in six grades Principal Computer Officer Senior Computer Officer and Officer I II III and IV) and Advisory Officer (including the grade of Senior Advisory Officer).

The allocation of offices between the Divisions of the Unified Administrative Service shall be determined by the Council on the recommendation of the Registrary.

Duties.

5. The duties of the various offices and their conditions of service shall be determined by the Council.

Standing Appointments Committee.

6.  There shall be a Standing Appointments Committee which shall be a Committee of the Council. Membership of the Standing Appointments Committee shall consist of:

  1. (a)the Vice-Chancellor (or a duly appointed deputy) as Chair;
  2. (b)twelve persons appointed by the Council (five on the nomination of the General Board at least three of whom shall be drawn from among the members of the Board two on the nomination of the Finance Committee and five on the Council’s own nomination at least three of whom shall be drawn from among the members of the Council);
  3. (c)the Registrary (or a deputy appointed by the Registrary) and the Director of the Division in which the appointment is to be made (except where it is the Director of the Division who is to be appointed or reappointed);
  4. (d)up to two persons co-opted by the Committee.

A Chair appointed by the Vice-Chancellor may appoint a Deputy Chair from among the members in class (b).

Members in classes (b) and (d) shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for two years from 1 January following their appointment. The Registrary or a University officer designated by the Registrary shall act as Secretary to the Committee.

Appointments and reappointments to senior offices.

7. (a) Appointments and reappointments to the offices of Director Deputy Director Assistant Director Principal Assistant Registrary Principal Assistant Treasurer Senior Assistant Registrary and Senior Assistant Treasurer shall be made by the Standing Appointments Committee on the recommendation of an Appointing Committee the membership of which shall be approved by the Chair of the Standing Appointments Committee which shall consist of the Registrary (or a deputy appointed by the Registrary) the Director of the Division in which the appointment is to be made an appropriate senior academic-related officer a senior academic with experience and interest in what the role of the office entails and a member of the Standing Appointments Committee in class (b).

Quorum.

(b) Every appointment or reappointment shall be made with the concurrence of the votes of at least five members of the Standing Appointments Committee. A meeting of the Committee shall be quorate if it includes members in classes (a) and (c) and four members appointed by the Chair of the Standing Appointments Committee after consulting the Registrary from among the members in class (b).

(c) The Standing Appointments Committee may reach their decision by circulation in which case paragraph (b) above shall apply mutatis mutandis. Written reports of such appointments and reappointments shall be minuted at a subsequent meeting of that Committee.

Appointments and reappointments to other offices.

8. Appointments and reappointments to the offices of Assistant Registrary Assistant Treasurer Administrative Officer Grades I II and III Senior Advisory Officer and Advisory Officer shall be made by the Registrary under procedures to be agreed from time to time with the Council.3 Written reports of such appointments and reappointments shall be submitted to the Standing Appointments Committee.

Appointments and reappointments of Computer Officers.

9. Appointments and reappointments to the offices of Principal Computer Officer Senior Computer Officer Computer Officer Grade I within the Unified Administrative Service shall be made in accordance with the general regulations for the appointment of such officers.4

Grades.

10. The grades of the holders of various offices within the Unified Administrative Service shall be determined in accordance with procedures approved by the University.

Residence.

11. Save as provided in Special Ordinance C (i) 2 the staff of the Unified Administrative Service shall be resident in the University during term-time and shall not be absent for more than twelve weeks in the academical year; the Registrary and each Director or a deputy appointed in his or her place shall be resident throughout the year except during the periods when the University Offices are closed; and neither the Registrary nor the Directors shall be absent for more than two nights in any week during Full Term without obtaining beforehand if possible the permission of the Council or asking their approval on returning.

12. The University Offices shall be open throughout the year at such hours as may be approved from time to time by the Council except for such periods of closure at Christmas Easter and other public holidays as may be authorized by the Council.

Esquire Bedells

The Esquire Bedells shall be resident in the University during term. They shall so arrange that both of them shall be available at any time in term and that one at least of them shall be available at any time in vacation when their attendance on the Chancellor or the Vice-Chancellor is expected to be required.

University Organist

1. Appointments and reappointments to the University office of University Organist shall be made by the Council.

2. The University Organist shall be responsible for the music at such University ceremonies and University services as the Vice-Chancellor may direct.

University Officer Holding a Residentiary Canonry of Ely Cathedral

A University officer who is a member of the Faculty of Divinity and who is in Priest’s Orders in the Church of England may hold a residentiary Canonry of Ely Cathedral. Not more than one University officer shall hold such a Canonry at any one time. The income if any of the Canonry held by such an officer but not the annual value of the official residence of the Canonry shall be reckoned as forming part of the stipend attached to such a person’s University office. The University in making or amending regulations for the residence of University officers shall have regard to the obligations of such an officer to reside at Ely and to carry out other duties as Canon.

OFFICERS SPECIFIED IN THE SCHEDULE TO SPECIAL ORDINANCE C (i) 1

Professors and Professorships

A Professor shall not undertake for remuneration during Full Term without the consent of the General Board any teaching other than teaching given on behalf of the University or a College or Colleges or the delivery of occasional lectures. The amount of teaching given by a Professor on behalf of a College or Colleges shall not except with the consent of the General Board exceed six hours a week or if the Professor is also a Tutor or Bursar or an Assistant Tutor or Assistant Bursar or Steward two hours a week.

In any Statute or Ordinance unless otherwise specified the term ‘Professors’ shall include Visiting Professors and the term ‘Professorships’ shall include Visiting Professorships.

After the title of each Professor there is printed the date of foundation of the Professorship and the name of the Faculty or Department to which it is assigned.

Stat. E XXXIII.

Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity. 1502. Divinity

Endowments 1904 pp. 57–655

Stat. E XXXII.

Regius Professor of Divinity. 1540. Divinity

Endowments 1904 pp. 153–64; for Jeremy Fund p. 164; and for Somersham Rectory Act pp. 50–4

Stat. E XXXII.

Regius Professor of Civil Law. 1540. Law

Endowments 1904 pp. 153–4

Stat. E XXXII.

Regius Professor of Physic. 1540. Medicine

Endowments 1904 pp. 153–4

The Regius Professor of Physic shall not engage in private practice.

Stat. E XXXIII.

Regius Professor of Hebrew. 1540. Middle Eastern Studies

Endowments 1904 pp. 153–65

The duties of the Regius Professor of Hebrew shall include the interpretation of the Old Testament.

Stat. E VI.

Regius Professor of Greek. 1540. Classics

Endowments 1904 pp. 153–65

Sir Thomas Adams's Professor of Arabic. 1632. Middle Eastern Studies

Endowments 1904 p. 172

Lucasian Professor of Mathematics. 1663. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Endowments 1904 p. 165

It shall be the duty of the Lucasian Professor to promote the study of some aspect of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics by research and otherwise and to conduct this work in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.

Knightbridge Professor of Philosophy. 1683. Philosophy

Endowments 1904 p. 178

Professor of Music. 1684. Music

Endowments 1904 p. 180

BP Professor of Chemistry. 1702. Chemistry

Endowments 1904 p. 181

Stat. E XXVIII.

Plumian Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy. 1704. Institute of Astronomy

Endowments 1904 pp. 79–88

Professor of Anatomy. 1707. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

Endowments 1904 pp. 182–3

1. The Professorship of Anatomy is not limited to Human Anatomy but its scope includes also Vertebrate Anatomy and Embryology.

2. Histology as distinguished from Microscopical Anatomy shall continue to be taught in connection with Physiology.

Stat. E XXXII.

Regius Professor of History.6 1724. History

Endowments 1904 pp. 183–92

Regius Professor of Botany.7 1724. Plant Sciences

Endowments 1904 pp. 194–5

Woodwardian Professor of Geology. 1728. Earth Sciences

Endowments 1904 pp. 196–202

Stat. E XXXV.

Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry. 1749. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Endowments 1904 pp. 202–6

It shall be the duty of the Lowndean Professor to promote the study of some aspect of Geometry by research and otherwise and to conduct this work in the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics.

Stat. E VI XIX and XXXIII.

Norris-Hulse Professor of Divinity. 1777 1860. Divinity

Endowments 1904 pp. 104–21

Jacksonian Professor of Natural Philosophy. 1783. Physics

Endowments 1904 pp. 206–16

It shall be the duty of the Jacksonian Professor to promote the study of some aspects of Physics by research and otherwise and to conduct this work in the Department of Physics.

Downing Professor of the Laws of England. 1800. Law

Endowments 1904 p. 217

Disney Professor of Archaeology.62 1851. Archaeology

Endowments 1904 pp. 222–5

Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics. 1860. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Endowments 1904 pp. 268–9

Professor of Political Economy. 1863. Economics

Endowments 1904 pp. 225–6

Professor of Zoology. 1866. Zoology

Endowments 1904 p. 226

Stat. E XX.

Whewell Professor of International Law. 1867. Law

Endowments 1904 pp. 136–40

Kennedy Professor of Latin. 1869. Classics

Endowments 1904 pp. 234–40

Slade Professor of Fine Art. 1869. History of Art

Endowments 1904 pp. 240–6

1. The election to the Professorship shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1; except that the Electors shall be empowered to make an election at any time not later than twelve months before the term or vacation in which a vacancy will occur. The Professor shall be elected for a period not exceeding three years to be determined by the Electors on each occasion.

2. Subject to the provisions of Special Ordinance C (vii) A.13 a present or past holder of the Professorship shall be re-eligible.

3. The Professor shall not be required to reside in the University.

4. It shall be the duty of the Professor to deliver annually in the University not fewer than twelve lectures on the History Theory and Practice of the Fine Arts or of some section or sections of them; provided that on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of History of Art and with the approval of the Faculty Board of Architecture and History of Art the Professor may replace up to four of the lectures by an equivalent amount of teaching in the form of classes on a subject or subjects within that field. The lectures shall be given in Full Term and shall be open free of charge to all members of the University. If the Professor in addition to delivering the aforementioned lectures gives instruction at the request and on behalf of a Faculty Board he or she shall receive such additional remuneration as may be approved by the General Board.

5. The Professor shall give at least a fortnight's public notice of the lectures.

6. After provision has been made for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professorship the income of the Fund may be applied to promote the study of the fine arts in the University in such manner as may be recommended by the Faculty Board of Architecture and History of Art and approved by the General Board.

Cavendish Professor of Physics. 1871. Physics

Endowments 1904 pp. 247–8

Professor of Engineering. 1875. Engineering

Endowments 1904 p. 248

Elrington and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon. 1878. English

Endowments 1904 pp. 228–33

Stat. E XXXIV.

Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History. 1882. History

Endowments 1904 pp. 248–9

Professor of Physiology. 1883. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

Endowments 1904 p. 250

Professor of Pathology. 1883. Pathology

Endowments 1904 pp. 251–2

Bertrand Russell Professor of Philosophy. 1896. Philosophy

Endowments 1904 p. 252

1. The sums received towards the endowment of the Bertrand Russell Professorship of Philosophy shall form a fund called the Bertrand Russell Professorship of Philosophy Fund.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of Philosophy who may delegate all or any of their functions concerning the Fund to a committee consisting of not less than three members appointed by the Board.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3 the income of the Fund shall be applied by the Managers for the support of teaching or research in philosophy in the University.

5. Any unexpended income in a financial year may at the discretion of the Managers be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for expenditure in any subsequent year in accordance with Regulation 4.

Professor of Ancient History. 1898. Classics

Endowments 1904 p. 254

Quick Professor of Biology. 1906. Biochemistry during the present tenure

Name and objects of Fund.

1. The Fund shall be called the Frederick James Quick Fund and the income thereof shall be devoted to the promotion of study and research in the sciences of vegetable and animal biology.

Amount.

2. The Fund shall consist of the residuary estate of the late Frederick James Quick (hereinafter called the Founder) bequeathed by him to the University of Cambridge for the purpose hereinbefore described and of any other moneys from time to time invested in accordance with Regulation 16(e) below.

Administrators.

3. The Chancellor Masters and Scholars of the University shall be the persons authorized to hold and administer the principal of the Fund and the receipt or receipts of the Vice-Chancellor of the University shall be a good discharge to the Trustees of the will of the Founder for all moneys therein acknowledged to be received.

Board of Managers.

4. The administration of the income of the Fund shall be entrusted to a Board of Managers consisting of the Vice-Chancellor and six members of the Senate appointed by the Council three on the nomination of the General Board and three on the nomination of the Faculty Board of Biology. Members shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term to serve for six years from 1 January following their appointment.

Quorum.

5. No resolution of the Managers shall be valid unless approved by at least four Managers at a meeting to which all the Managers have 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.

Receipts and payments.

6. The income of the Fund shall from time to time as and when received be placed to a separate account. Payments from this account shall be made as hereinafter provided. Statements showing the receipts and payments and the securities of which the Fund consists shall be published annually in the University Accounts.

Stipend of Professor.

7. The Managers shall determine from time to time the sum which the Fund shall provide towards the stipend and pension contribution of the Quick Professor of Biology; such sum not being less than £1000 nor more than nine-tenths of the income of the Fund.

Duties.

8. (a) It shall be the duty of the Professor to undertake the study of some field of vegetable and animal biology and generally to promote that branch of science by research and otherwise. He or she shall lecture in one term in each year on research in this branch of science.

Assignment to Faculty or Department.

(b) On each appointment of a Professor the University shall determine to which Faculty or Department the Professorship shall be assigned.

Restriction.

(c) The Professorship shall not be tenable with any other Professorship Readership or Lectureship in the University or elsewhere.

9. A Quick Professor shall be elected by the General Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(ii) in accordance with the procedure set out in Regulations 10–15.

10. (a) When a Quick Professor is due under Statutes and Ordinances to retire the Vice-Chancellor shall report the fact to the Council and to the General Board in the Michaelmas Term but not later than the division of that term of the second academical year before the year at the end of which the Professor is due to retire.

(b) When the Vice-Chancellor knows that a vacancy has occurred or will occur in the Professorship otherwise than by the holder's becoming due under the Statutes and Ordinances to retire he or she shall report the fact to the Council and the General Board at their next meetings.

11. Not later than the end of the eighteenth month after the Vice-Chancellor's report of a vacancy or of an expected vacancy in the Professorship the General Board shall determine the particular field to which candidature shall be limited or preference shall be given in considering candidates for the Professorship. For this purpose the Board shall consult appropriate Faculty Boards Heads of Departments and the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences on available accommodation and possible fields for the Professorship. It shall also consider whether it is prepared to make provision for the development of some aspect of biology for which accommodation is not at the time available.

12. Not later than the end of the twelfth month after the General Board has determined the particular field to which candidature will be limited or preference will be given at the next election the Vice-Chancellor shall publish a Notice inviting applications to fill the vacancy and the General Board shall appoint a Committee constituted on the same principles as a Board of Electors to a Professorship of persons representative of the relevant branches of science to advise it in its choice.

13. If a member of the General Board is or becomes a candidate for the Professorship he or she shall be disqualified from acting thereafter in the matter of that election to the Professorship and the other members of the Board shall have power to act.

14. The General Board shall have power to enquire whether any person or persons other than those who have submitted applications would accept the Professorship if offered and to offer the office to a person who has not submitted an application.

15. If at the end of two years from the date of publication of the Notice inviting applications for the Professorship the General Board has been unable to make an election it shall after again consulting the appropriate bodies in accordance with Regulation 11

  1. either(a)determine that candidature shall be limited or preference shall be given to a different field from the field previously determined so that the procedure under Regulation 12 may recommence
  2. or(b)publish a Notice discontinuing the Professorship for a specified period which shall neither be less than one year nor extend beyond the end of the seventh academical year following the date of publication under Regulation 12 of the Notice inviting applications.
Application of income.

16. The income of the Fund shall be applied from time to time as follows:

  1. Professor's stipend.
    (a)nine-tenths of the income in each year or such smaller sum as may be determined by the Managers shall be applied to the payment of the Quick Professor of Biology;
  2. Balance.
    (b)from the balance of the income in each year a sum determined by the Managers shall be placed at the disposal of the Quick Professor of Biology to be used in providing assistance and in the general maintenance of the Professor's laboratory;
  3. Surplus.
    (c)subject to the provisions of the Founder's will the remainder (if any) of the income in each year shall be devoted as the Managers shall from time to time direct to the furtherance of original biological investigations conducted under the control of the Managers and to the support and development of the study of vegetable and animal biology either by contributions towards the stipends of existing teaching posts or by the establishment of new teaching posts;
  4. Reserve fund.
    (d)if in any year any portion of the income be not expended it shall be carried to a reserve fund from which grants may be made for the same purposes as is provided by the last preceding regulation or which may be invested as provided in the next following regulation;
  5. (e)any portion of the Fund and any such reserve fund or any portion of it may on the recommendation of the Board of Managers be invested from time to time.
How regulations may be altered.

17. The foregoing regulations are subject to alteration by Grace; but unless this regulation is rescinded no alteration in them shall be made except on the recommendation of the Board of Managers.

Professor of Astrophysics. 1909. Institute of Astronomy

The benefaction for the endowment of a Professorship of Astrophysics shall constitute a fund called the Astrophysics Professorship Fund. The stipend of the Professor and the pension contribution payable by the University thereon shall be the first charge on the Fund.

Schröder Professor of German.63 1909. Modern and Medieval Languages

1. The sum received from Messrs J. Henry Schröder and Company for the endowment of a Professorship of German in 1909 together with funds received for the same purpose in 2011 from the Schroder Foundation and Trinity College shall form a fund to be called the Schröder Fund.

2. The Fund shall be administered by four Managers who shall comprise:

  1. (a)The Head of the Department of German and Dutch who shall be Chair;
  2. (b)The Schröder Professor of German;
  3. (c)The Chair of the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages;
  4. (d)The Head of the School of Arts and Humanities.

If two or more of these offices are held by the same person or if one or more of the named posts is vacant or its tenure has expired the General Board shall appoint one or more additional Managers to ensure that there are always four Managers.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Schröder Professor of German payable by the University.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3 income of the Fund may be applied for furtherance of teaching and research in German Studies by the Schröder Professor as the Managers may determine.

5. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall either be added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in any one or more subsequent years in such a manner as may be recommended by the Managers and approved by the General Board.

Stat. E XXXII.

King Edward VII Professor of English Literature. 1911. English

1. The sum of £20000 received from Sir Harold Harmsworth Bart. for the endowment of a Professorship of English Literature shall be called the Harmsworth Fund.

2. The Professorship shall be called the King Edward VII Professorship of English Literature in memory of his late Majesty in the year of whose death the endowment of the Professorship by Sir Harold Harmsworth Bart. was accepted by the University.

3. It shall be the duty of the Professor to deliver courses of lectures on English Literature from the age of Chaucer onwards and otherwise to promote the study in the University of the subject of English Literature. The Professor shall treat this subject on literary and critical rather than on philological and linguistic lines.

4. All appointments to the Professorship shall be made by the Crown.

5. The residence and duties of the Professor shall be governed by Special Ordinance C (vii) A.

6. The Professorship is assigned to the Faculty of English.

7. The income of the Harmsworth Fund so far as it suffices shall be applied in the following order:

  1. (a)to the payment of the stipend of the Professor which shall be not less than £800;
  2. (b)to the pension contributions if any payable by the University in respect of the Professor's stipend;
  3. (c)to the furtherance of the study of English Literature in the University in such manner as may be approved by Grace on the recommendation of the General Board.

8. With the exception of Regulations 2–5 and 8 these regulations shall be subject to alteration by Grace.

Stat. E XL.

Arthur Balfour Professor of Genetics. 1912. Genetics

It shall be the duty of the Professor to promote by research and teaching the experimental study of heredity and of development by descent.

Serena Professor of Italian.63 1919. Modern and Medieval Languages

1. The sum of £10000 received from Mr Arthur Serena shall be called the Serena Benefaction; it shall form part of an Italian Fund to which any further sums received for the endowment of the Chair shall be added.

2. If and whenever the income of the Italian Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend of the Professor the excess of the income above that amount shall be employed for the furtherance of the study of Italian in the University in such manner as may be approved by Grace on the recommendation of the General Board after consultation with the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages.

Stat. E XXXVI.

Vere Harmsworth Professor of Imperial and Naval History. 1919. History

1. The sum of £20000 received from Lord Rothermere for the endowment of a Vere Harmsworth Professorship of Naval8 History shall be called the Vere Harmsworth Fund.

2. The Professorship shall be called the Vere Harmsworth Professorship of Imperial and Naval History in memory of Lord Rothermere's son Vere Harmsworth who was killed while serving with the Hawke Battalion in the Royal Naval Division at the battle of the Ancre.

Drapers Professor of French.63 1919. Modern and Medieval Languages

Francis Mond Professor of Aeronautical Engineering. 1919. Engineering

1. The sum of £20000 received from Mr Emile Mond for the endowment of a Francis Mond Professorship of Aeronautical Engineering shall be called the Francis Mond Fund.

2. The Professorship shall be called the Francis Mond Professorship of Aeronautical Engineering in memory of Lieutenant Francis Mond of Peterhouse who was killed in action while serving in the Royal Air Force.

3. Any part of the income of the Francis Mond Fund not paid as stipend to the Professor shall be transferred to the Departmental Fund for Engineering.

Professor of Physical Chemistry. 1920. Chemistry

Sir William Dunn Professor of Biochemistry. 1921. Biochemistry

Professor of the History of Political Thought. 1927. History

1. The sum of 150000 dollars received from the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial for the establishment of a Professorship of the History of Political Thought shall constitute a fund called the Political Thought Fund.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Faculty Board of History who may delegate any or all of their functions under these regulations to a committee of no fewer than three persons not necessarily consisting wholly of members of the Board.

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

4. The second charge on the income of the Fund shall be the payments determined by the Managers under Regulation 4 of the regulations for the John Seeley Lectureship in Political Thought.

5. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulations 3 and 4 the excess of the income above that amount may at the discretion of the Managers be applied for the furtherance of the study of political thought and its cognate disciplines in the University in such manner as the Managers may determine.

6. The Professor shall be a member of the Faculty Board of Human Social and Political Science.

7. Any part of the income of the Fund not expended in any year and any income accruing during a vacancy in the Professorship may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulations 3–5.

Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics. 1927. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

1. The sum received from the Trustees of the late Walter William Rouse Ball Fellow of Trinity College for the establishment of a Professorship or Readership in some branch or branches of Mathematics the donor expressing a hope (but not making it in any way a condition) that it might be found practicable for such Professor or Reader to include in his or her lectures and treatment historical and philosophical aspects of the subject shall constitute a fund called the Rouse Ball Professorship of Mathematics Fund the income of which shall be applied to the maintenance of the Professorship.

2. It shall be the duty of the Rouse Ball Professor to promote the study of some aspect of Pure Mathematics by research and otherwise and to conduct this work in the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics.

Rouse Ball Professor of English Law. 1927. Law

The sum received from the Trustees of the late Walter William Rouse Ball Fellow of Trinity College for the establishment of a Professorship or Readership in some branch or branches of Modern English Law the donor expressing a hope (but not making it in any way a condition) that it might be found practicable for such Professor or Reader to include in his or her lectures and treatment historical and philosophical aspects of the subject shall constitute a fund called the Rouse Ball Professorship of English Law Fund the income of which shall be applied to the maintenance of the Professorship.

Professor of Economic History. 1928. History

The Professor shall be a member of the Faculty Board of Economics.

Professor of Modern History. 1930. History

Laurence Professor of Ancient Philosophy. 1930. Classics

Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology. 1930. Classics

Montague Burton Professor of Industrial Relations and Labour Economics.9 1931. Economics

1. The shares transferred to the University by Mr Montague Burton shall constitute a fund called the Montague Burton Fund.

2. The income of the Fund shall be applied in the first instance to the maintenance of a Professorship called the Montague Burton Professorship of Industrial Relations and Labour Economics.

3. It shall be the duty of the Professor to study and give instruction upon the conditions of employment and the relations between employers and employed with special reference to the causes of industrial disputes and the methods of promoting industrial peace.

4. If in any year during the continuance of the Professorship the income of the Fund because of a vacancy in the Professorship or from any other cause is more than sufficient to pay the stipend of the Professor and the pension contributions payable by the University thereon the surplus shall be paid into a separate fund whence shall be defrayed such expenses as the Professor may incur in travelling abroad in order to investigate industrial relations and associated matters including teaching and research in connection therewith and in particular in order to keep in touch with the International Labour Organization.

Professor of Geography. 1931. Geography

Professor of Experimental Psychology. 1931. Psychology

Professor of Mineralogy and Petrology. 1931. Earth Sciences

Professorships on the John Humphrey Plummer Foundation: General Regulations

1. A John Humphrey Plummer Professor shall be elected by the General Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(i) in accordance with the procedure set out in the following regulations.

2. (a) When a John Humphrey Plummer Professor is due under Statutes and Ordinances to retire the Vice-Chancellor shall report the fact to the General Board in the Michaelmas Term but not later than the division of that term of the second academical year before the year at the end of which the Professor is due to retire.

(b) When the Vice-Chancellor knows that a vacancy has occurred or will occur in a John Humphrey Plummer Professorship otherwise than by the holder’s becoming due under the Statutes and Ordinances to retire he or she shall report the fact to the General Board at its next meeting.

3. When the Vice-Chancellor has reported that a vacancy has occurred or is expected to occur in a John Humphrey Plummer Professorship the General Board shall consult the Councils of the Schools of the Biological Sciences Clinical Medicine the Physical Sciences and Technology on whether it is desirable that the Professorship be continued and if so whether in the same or in a different subject.

4. When it has been decided whether the Professorship shall be continued and if so what shall be the subject of the Professor who will fill the vacancy and a Professor is to be elected the Vice-Chancellor shall publish a Notice inviting applications to fill the vacancy and the General Board shall appoint a Committee constituted on the same principles as a Board of Electors to a Professorship of persons representative of the relevant branches of science to advise them in their choice.

5. If a member of the General Board is or becomes a candidate for the Professorship he or she shall be disqualified from acting thereafter in the matter of that election to the Professorship and the other members of the Committee shall have power to act.

6. The General Board shall have power to enquire whether any person or persons other than those who have submitted applications would accept the Professorship if offered and to offer the office to a person who has not submitted an application.

7. If at the end of two years from the date of publication of the Notice inviting applications for the Professorship the General Board has been unable to make an election it shall after again consulting the Councils of the relevant Schools

  1. either(a)propose that the Professorship be continued in a different subject;
  2. or(b)publish a Notice temporarily discontinuing the Professorship for a specified period.

If under (a) the continuance of the Professorship in a different subject is approved by the University the procedure for election shall recommence in accordance with Regulation 4. Any period specified in a Notice published under (b) shall neither be less than one year nor extend beyond the end of the seventh academical year following the date of publication under Regulation 4 of the Notice inviting applications.

Special Regulations

John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Theoretical Physics. 1993. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Developmental Biology. 2001. Zoology

John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Chemical and Structural Biology. 2001. Chemistry

John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Physics of Materials. 2004. Physics

Scheme for the John Humphrey Plummer Foundation

In the matter of the charitable trust which is established under the Will and Codicils of the late John Humphrey Plummer proved on 26 February 1929 and which is subject to the Scheme for the John Humphrey Plummer Foundation approved by the Chancery Court of the County Palatine of Lancaster on 23 March 1931 and by Grace 2 of the Regent House of the University of Cambridge of 9 May 1931 (“the Charity”)

And in the matter of the Charities Act 1993

The Charity Commissioners for England and Wales under the power given in the Charities Act 1993 hereby order that the following Scheme shall replace the said Will and Codicils and the said Scheme of the regulation of the Charity.

1. The trustee of the charity shall be [the body corporate known as] the Chancellor Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge (‘the Trustee’) which shall replace the existing trustees who shall retire and be discharged from the trusts of the Charity.

2. The property subject to the trusts of the Charity which is described in the schedule hereto [not reproduced] shall constitute a trust fund known as the John Humphrey Plummer Fund (‘the Fund’).

3. The income of the Fund shall be applied to advance education in Chemistry Biochemistry Physical Science or such other allied subjects in the University as the Trustee shall in its discretion think fit in particular by funding Professorships in those subjects and any excess of the income of the Fund over the amount required to meet this purpose may be applied to support the work of the holders of the said Professorships in such manner as the Trustee may think fit.

4. The name ‘John Humphrey Plummer’ shall be included in the title of each of the Professorships and the Charity and the Professorships shall be subject to the Statutes of the University.

5. The Trustee may from time to time make regulations governing the administration and application of the Fund subject to the provisions of this Scheme and the Statutes of the University.

6. The Commissioners may decide any question put to them concerning:

  1. (1)the interpretation of this Scheme; or
  2. (2)the propriety or validity of anything done or intended to be done under it.

(Sealed by the Charity Commissioners on 4 April 2007.)

Goldsmiths’ Professor of Materials Science.10 1931. Materials Science and Metallurgy

1. It shall be the duty of the Professor to promote by teaching and research the study of the science and technology of materials.

2. The stipend of the Professor shall as far as possible be defrayed from the Goldsmiths’ Fund.

William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology.62 1932. Social Anthropology

There shall be established in the University a William Wyse Professorship of Social Anthropology partly supported by the Master Fellows and Scholars of Trinity College from money bequeathed by William Wyse M.A. formerly Fellow and Honorary Fellow of the College.

Professor of Spanish.63 1933. Modern and Medieval Languages

The scope of the Professorship shall include besides the language literature and history of Spain the relations of the British Isles with Spain and with the Spanish-speaking countries of America.

Professor of Comparative Philology. 1937. Classics

Professor of Medieval History. 1937. History

Professor of Education. 1938. Education

Pitt Professor of American History and Institutions. 1944.

1. The Professor shall be elected annually by the General Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii).

2. The tenure of the Professorship shall be one year.

3. The sum of £49000 transferred from the funds of the University Press to the Chest shall constitute a Pitt Professorship Fund.

4. The stipend of the Professor shall be payable from this Fund and the balance of a year's income shall be available at the discretion of the General Board towards paying the travelling expenses of the Professor incurred by his or her appointment.

Professor of Electrical Engineering. 1944. Engineering

The first charge on the income of the Electrical Engineering Fund shall be the net cost to the University of the stipend and pension contributions of the Professor of Electrical Engineering.

Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering. 1945. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Hopkinson and Imperial Chemical Industries Professor of Applied Thermodynamics. 1950. Engineering

1. The first charge on the income of the Hopkinson and Imperial Chemical Industries Fund shall be the net cost to the University of the stipend and employers’ contribution on account of superannuation and national insurance of the Hopkinson and Imperial Chemical Industries Professor of Applied Thermodynamics with the condition that for the purpose of this regulation the Hopkinson and Imperial Chemical Industries Income Reserve Fund shall not be treated as either income or capital of the Hopkinson and Imperial Chemical Industries Fund.

2. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 1 the remaining income of the Fund shall be applied from time to time at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Engineering and subject to such conditions as he or she may think fit for the purchase of equipment and for other needs associated with the study of heat engines.

Professor of Small Animal Surgery.11 1950. Veterinary Medicine

Smuts Professor of Commonwealth History. 1952. History

Professor of Medieval and Renaissance English. 1954. English

The Professor of Medieval and Renaissance English shall treat the subject on literary and critical rather than on philological and linguistic lines.

Wolfson Professor of Criminology. 1959. Institute of Criminology

1. The first charge on the income of the fund established from the benefaction in 1959 of the Isaac Wolfson Foundation shall be the net cost to the University of the stipend and employers’ contribution on account of superannuation and national insurance of the Wolfson Professor of Criminology.

2. Any balance remaining of the annual income of the fund shall be applied to the support of the work including the library of the Institute of Criminology.

Professor of Manufacturing Engineering. 1960. Engineering

Sheild Professor of Pharmacology. 1961. Pharmacology

Professor of Mathematical Statistics. 1961. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Professor of Medicine. 1962. Medicine

Professor of Applied Mathematics. 1964. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Frank Ramsey Professor of Economics.12 1965. Economics

Professor of English. 1966 (Grace 2 of 1 December 1965). English

Professor of Engineering. 1966 (Grace 5 of 1 December 1965). Engineering

Sir Kirby Laing Professor of Civil Engineering.13 1966. Engineering

Professor of Physics. 1966 (Grace 7 of 1 December 1965). Physics

Professor of Geophysics. 1966. Earth Sciences

Churchill Professor of Mathematics for Operational Research. 1966. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Joseph Needham Professor of Chinese History Science and Civilization.14 1966. East Asian Studies

1. The sums of £1.25m received from The East Asian History of Science Foundation and £750000 received from Trinity College together with other sums donated for the same purpose shall form a fund called the Joseph Needham Fund for Chinese History Science and Civilization.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of East Asian Studies the Joseph Needham Professor of Chinese History Science and Civilization and one other Manager appointed by the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies for periods of five years provided that if two or more of these posts 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 Asian and Middle Eastern Studies shall appoint one or more additional Managers so as to ensure that there are three Managers.

3. The income of the Fund shall be available for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Joseph Needham Professor of Chinese History Science and Civilization.

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

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

Mary Marshall and Arthur Walton Professor of the Physiology of Reproduction. 1967. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

Professor of Mathematical Physics. 1967. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Professor of Slavonic Studies.63 1968. Modern and Medieval Languages

Simón Bolívar Professor of Latin-American Studies. 1968.

1. The gift of 1280000 bolivares from the Venezuelan Government shall form a fund called the Simón Bolívar Professorship Fund.

2. The stipend of the Professor and charges associated therewith shall be payable from this Fund and any balance of the income shall be available at the discretion of the General Board towards paying the travelling expenses of the Professor incurred by his or her appointment and other expenses incurred in support of the Professor's work.

3. The Professor shall be elected by the General Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii).

4. The tenure of the Professorship shall be one year save that the General Board shall have power to make an election or elections for a shorter period if it so determines at the time of the election.

5. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any one or more subsequent years be added to the capital of the Fund or applied in support of research or teaching in the field of Latin-American studies in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Committee of Management of the Centre of Latin-American Studies.

Professor of Chemistry. 1968. Physics and Chemistry

Geoffrey Moorhouse Gibson Professor of Chemistry. 1970. Chemistry

1. The sum of £2m received from Trinity College trustees of the Geoffrey Moorhouse Gibson Fund which was created by Mrs Marjorie Gibson in memory of her husband for research in Chemistry shall form a fund called the Geoffrey Moorhouse Gibson Professorship of Chemistry Fund.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers appointed by the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry who shall include the Head of the Department of Chemistry (or the Deputy Head of the Department of Chemistry if the Head of the Department is the Geoffrey Moorhouse Gibson Professor) who shall be the Chair the Geoffrey Moorhouse Gibson Professor of Chemistry and one person appointed on the nomination of Trinity College.

3. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied for the support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

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

Professor of Architecture. 1970. Architecture

Professor of Economics. 1970. Economics

Rank Professor of Engineering. 1971. Engineering

1. The gift of £75000 from the Rank Organization shall form a fund called the Rank Professorship Fund.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend of the Rank Professor.

3. In addition to his or her statutory duties under Special Ordinance C (vii) A it shall be the duty of the Professor to undertake the study of acoustics in the University by teaching and research.

4. When a vacancy occurs in the Professorship the General Board shall consult the Rank Organization before it determines under Special Ordinance C (vii) A.2 whether to recommend that candidature at the next election shall be limited or preference given by the Electors to candidates whose work is connected with some particular subject or subjects falling within the scope of the title of the Professorship.

Arthur Goodhart Visiting Professor in Legal Science. 1971. Law

1. The benefaction from the Overbrook Foundation which was made to mark the eightieth birthday of Professor Arthur Lehman Goodhart shall form a fund called the Arthur Goodhart Fund.

2. 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 Arthur Goodhart Visiting Professor in Legal Science.

3. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 2 the balance of the income of the Fund shall be applied to meet costs associated with the Professorship including travel and the maintenance of the Professor's residence.

4. The Professor shall be elected by the General Board in accordance with Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) on the advice of a Committee constituted on the same principles as a Board of Electors to a Professorship.

5. The Professor shall be elected for one year. In exceptional circumstances he or she shall be eligible for further election provided that the tenure of the Chair by any one person shall not exceed two years in all.

Alexander Todd Visiting Professor of Chemistry. 1972. Physics and Chemistry

1. The sums donated to mark the retirement of Professor Alexander Todd in 1971 from the Professorship of Organic Chemistry shall constitute a fund called the Alexander Todd Visiting Professorship of Chemistry Fund.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the holder of the Professorship of Chemistry (1968) the holder of the Professorship of Chemistry (1970) the holder of the Unilever Professorship of Molecular Sciences Informatics (1999) the holder of the BP Professorship of Chemistry (1702) the holder of the Herchel Smith Professorship of Organic Chemistry (1988) the holder of the Professorship of Physical Chemistry (1920) the Director of the Melville Laboratory for Polymer Synthesis and the Head of the Department of Chemistry.

3. An Alexander Todd Visiting Professor of Chemistry shall from time to time be elected under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) by the General Board on the advice of the Managers of the Fund. The tenure of the Visiting Professor during which he or she shall be in residence in Cambridge unless granted leave of absence by the General Board shall not exceed three months and shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

4. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the travelling expenses incurred by the Visiting Professor on his or her appointment and such emoluments as the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers shall determine at the time of the election the excess of income over that amount may be applied in support of research or teaching in the field of organic chemistry in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Chemistry.

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

Professor of Law. 1973. Law

Professor of Epidemiology and Medicine. 1975. Public Health and Primary Care

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.15 1975. Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Professor of Clinical Biochemistry and Medicine. 1977. Clinical Biochemistry

Professor of Radiology. 1977. Radiology

Sheila Joan Smith Professor of Immunology.1664 1977. Clinical Medicine

Professor of Paediatrics. 1978. Paediatrics

Professor of Mathematical Physics.17 1978. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Paul Mellon Professor of American History. 1980. History

1. A sum of US$1000000 received from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the endowment of the Paul Mellon Professorship of American History shall constitute a fund to be called the Mellon Professorship Fund. For this purpose American history shall be defined as the history of the United States of America from its colonial beginnings.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income above that amount may be applied to meet the cost of the administrative secretarial research and travelling expenses of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of History.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Herchel Smith Professor of Medicinal Chemistry. 1982. Clinical Medicine

1. A sum of US$1000000 received from the American Friends of Cambridge University for the endowment of a Herchel Smith Professorship of Medicinal Chemistry shall constitute a fund to be called the Herchel Smith Professorship of Medicinal Chemistry Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income above that amount may be applied to meet the cost of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Charles Darwin Professor of Animal Embryology.18 1982. School of the Biological Sciences

The Charles Darwin Professorship of Animal Embryology shall be limited to one tenure.

Jawaharlal Nehru Visiting Professor. 1983.

1. Grants received for the establishment of a Jawaharlal Nehru Visiting Professorship shall form a fund to be called the Jawaharlal Nehru Fund.

2. The stipend of a Jawaharlal Nehru Visiting Professor and the charges associated therewith shall be payable from this Fund together with such contribution towards the cost of the work of the Professor as may be approved by the General Board.

3. A Jawaharlal Nehru Visiting Professor shall be elected by the General Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii). The field and title of a particular Professorship shall be determined by the Board on the occasion of each election. The Board shall appoint a special Committee to advise them on these questions and on the choice of the Professor.

4. The tenure of a Professorship shall be one year except that in exceptional cases the tenure may be for a period not exceeding two years provided that there is not more than one Professor in office at any time.

Professor of Japanese Studies. 1984. East Asian Studies

1. The sum of ¥217500000 received from Keidanren for the endowment of a Professorship of Japanese Studies shall form a fund to be called the Keidanren Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied to meet the cost of 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 Professor of Japanese Studies in consultation with and with the agreement of the teaching officers in Japanese in the Department of East Asian Studies.

3. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Sociology. 1985. Sociology

Professor of Haematology. 1986. Haematology

KPMG Professor of Management Studies. 1986. Judge Business School

1. The sums received from Peat Marwick and Mitchell & Co. and their successors for the endowment of a Professorship of Management Studies shall form a fund called the KPMG Management Studies Fund.

2. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be available for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University.

3. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 2 the capital and income of the Fund may be applied in support of teaching or research in the general field of Management Studies in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Director of Judge Business School.

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

Professor of Clinical Gerontology. 1987. Public Health and Primary Care

1. The sums received for the endowment of a Professorship of Clinical Gerontology shall form a fund called the Clinical Gerontology Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of income above that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be accumulated and may be expended in any subsequent year in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Medicine. 1987. Medicine

Herchel Smith Professor of Organic Chemistry. 1988. Chemistry

1. A sum of US$1050000 received from the American Friends of Cambridge University for the endowment of a Herchel Smith Professorship of Organic Chemistry shall constitute a fund to be called the Herchel Smith Professorship of Organic Chemistry Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income above that amount may be applied to meet the cost of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Professor of Neurology.19 1988. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Neurology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of English and Applied Linguistics.63 1988. Modern and Medieval Languages

Sir Alan Cottrell Professor of Materials Science.20 1988. Materials Science and Metallurgy

It shall be the duty of the Professor to promote by teaching and research the study of the science and technology of materials.

Professor of Theoretical Geophysics. 1989. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Professor of Aerothermal Technology.21 1989. Engineering

The Professorship of Aerothermal Technology shall be limited to one tenure.

George Pitt-Rivers Professor of Archaeological Science.62 1990. Archaeology

1. The sum of £1100000 received for the endowment of a Professorship of Archaeological Science shall form a fund called the George Pitt-Rivers Professorship of Archaeological Science Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Archaeology.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Neurosurgery.22 1990. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Neurosurgery shall be limited to one tenure.

Diageo Professor of Management Studies.23 1990. Judge Institute of Management

1. The sums received from Guinness plc and subsequently from Diageo plc for the endowment of a Professorship of Management Studies shall form a fund called the Guinness Management Studies Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Director of the Judge Institute of Management. In the event of a vacancy in the Professorship the income may be applied in support of Management Studies in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Director of the Judge Institute of Management.

3. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of the Mathematics of Systems. 1990. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of the Mathematics of Systems shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Endocrinology.24 1990. Clinical Biochemistry

The Professorship of Molecular Endocrinology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Land Economy. 1991. Land Economy

The stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University shall be the first charge on the income of the Estate Management Development Fund.

Professor of Virology. 1991. Pathology

S. J. Berwin Professor of Corporate Law. 1991. Law

1. The sums received from S. J. Berwin and Co. in support of the endowment of an S. J. Berwin Professorship of Corporate Law shall form a fund called the S. J. Berwin Fund.

2. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the difference between the full cost of a University Lectureship and the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the S. J. Berwin Professor payable by the University.

3. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 2 the Fund may be used for such purposes as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Law.

4. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for expenditure in accordance with Regulation 2 in future years as the General Board shall determine.

GlaxoSmithKline Professor of Microbial Pathogenesis.25 1991. Medicine

1. The sums received from Glaxo Holdings plc for the endowment of a GlaxoSmithKline Professorship of Microbial Pathogenesis shall form a fund called the Glaxo Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department to which the Professorship is assigned.

3. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Histopathology. 1992. Pathology

G. I. Taylor Professor of Fluid Mechanics. 1992. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

1. The sums given to the University in memory of Sir Geoffrey Ingram Taylor formerly Royal Society Research Professor and Fellow of Trinity College including the sum of £200000 received under the will of Miss Gladys Davies shall constitute a fund called the G. I. Taylor Memorial Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.

3. The Professor shall also be the G. I. Taylor Research Fellow in Fluid Mechanics during his or her tenure.

4. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 1992. Psychiatry

The Professorship of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry shall be limited to one tenure.

BBV Foundation Visiting Professor.26 1992.

Professor of Health Research and Development. 1992. Public Health and Primary Care

The Professorship of Health Research and Development shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mechanical Engineering. 1993. Engineering

The Professorship of Mechanical Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

John Wilfrid Linnett Visiting Professor of Chemistry. 1993. Chemistry

1. The sums donated in memory of Professor Jack Linnett Vice-Chancellor from 1973 to 1975 and Professor of Physical Chemistry from 1965 to 1975 shall constitute a fund called the John Wilfrid Linnett Visiting Professorship of Chemistry Fund.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the holder of the Professorship of Chemistry (1968) the holder of the Professorship of Physical Chemistry (1920) the Head of the Department of Chemistry (if not the holder of one of those Professorships) the Master of Sidney Sussex College and a representative appointed by the College.

3. A John Wilfrid Linnett Visiting Professor shall from time to time be elected by the General Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) on the advice of the Managers. The tenure of the Visiting Professor during which he or she shall be in residence in Cambridge unless granted leave of absence by the General Board shall not exceed three months and shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

4. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the travelling expenses incurred by the Visiting Professor on his or her appointment and such emoluments as the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers shall determine at the time of the election the excess of income over that amount may be applied in support of research or teaching in the fields of physical or theoretical chemistry in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Chemistry.

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

Professor of Geography. 1993. Geography

Herchel Smith Professor of Intellectual Property Law. 1993. Law

1. The sum of US$2m received from the American Friends of Cambridge University for the endowment of a Herchel Smith Professorship of Intellectual Property Law shall constitute a fund called the Herchel Smith Professorship of Intellectual Property Law Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income above that amount may be applied to meet the cost of the work of the Professor and to further the study of Intellectual Property Law in the University in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Law.

3. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Statistical Science. 1994. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Professor of Computer Science. 1994. Computer Science and Technology

Professor of European Law. 1994. Law

Professor of Information Engineering.65 1994. Engineering

Professor of Immunology. 1995. Pathology

Professor of Evolutionary Palaeobiology. 1995. Earth Sciences

The Professorship of Evolutionary Palaeobiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Behavioural Ecology. 1995. Zoology

The Professorship of Behavioural Ecology shall be limited to one tenure.

Marks & Spencer Professor of Farm Animal Health Food Science and Food Safety. 1996. Veterinary Medicine

1. The sums received from Marks and Spencer plc and a consortium of their suppliers for the endowment of a Professorship of Farm Animal Health Food Science and Food Safety shall constitute a fund called the Marks & Spencer Farm Animal Health Fund.

2. The income of the Fund shall be used for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University.

3. Any unexpected income in a financial year shall be added to the capital of the Fund.

Professor of Molecular Microbiology. 1996. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Molecular Microbiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Surgery. 1996. Surgery

Beckwith Professor of Management Studies. 1996. Judge Institute of Management

1. The sum of £1000000 received from Mr Peter Beckwith for the support of a Professorship of Management Studies shall form a fund called the Beckwith Management Studies Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied to meet the cost of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Director of the Judge Institute of Management.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations. 1996. Politics and International Studies

1. The sums received from B.A.T. Industries plc for the endowment of a Professorship of International Relations shall constitute a fund called the Sir Patrick Sheehy International Relations Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Politics and International Studies.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Medical Genetics. 1997. Medical Genetics

Hans Rausing Professor of History and Philosophy of Science. 1997. History and Philosophy of Science

Ursula Zoëllner Professor of Cancer Research. 1997. Oncology

1. The sums received from Dr F. A. Zoëllner for the endowment of a Professorship of Cancer Research shall constitute a fund called the Ursula Zoëllner Cancer Research Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in furtherance of work in clinical oncology in the Faculty of Clinical Medicine in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Mechanical Engineering. 1997. Engineering

Professor of Computer Technology 1997. Computer Science and Technology

Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management. 1997. Judge Institute of Management

1. The sum of £1500000 received from the Sinyi Foundation for the endowment of a Professorship of Chinese Management shall form a fund called the Sinyi Management Studies Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Director of the Judge Institute of Management.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Respiratory Medicine. 1997. Medicine

The Professorship of Respiratory Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mechanics of Materials. 1997. Engineering

The Professorship of Mechanics of Materials shall be limited to one tenure.

Robert Sansom Professor of Computer Science. 1998. Computer Science and Technology

1. The sums received from Dr Robert Sansom of Emmanuel College towards the endowment of a Professorship of Computer Science shall form a fund called the Robert Sansom Computer Science Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Computer Science and Technology.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Endocrinology. 1998. Medicine

Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management. 1998. Judge Institute of Management

1. The sum of £2000000 received from the Cambridge University Development Office in the United States for the endowment of a Dennis Gillings Professorship of Health Management shall form a fund called the Quintiles Health Management Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Director of the Judge Institute of Management.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies. 1998. Judge Institute of Management

1. The sum of £2000000 received from the Margaret Thatcher Foundation for the endowment of a Professorship of Enterprise Studies shall form a fund called the Margaret Thatcher Management Studies Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Director of Judge Institute of Management.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in a subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Mathematical Physics. 1998. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Mathematical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Physics. 1998. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Experimental Physics. 1998. Physics

The Professorship of Experimental Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Psychiatry. 1998. Psychiatry

The Professorship of Psychiatry shall be limited to one tenure.

Unilever Professor of Molecular Sciences Informatics. 1999. Chemistry

1. The sum of £1715000 received from Unilever plc for the endowment of a Professorship of Molecular Sciences Informatics shall form a fund called the Unilever Molecular Sciences Informatics Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Chemistry.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Respiratory Biology.27 1999. Medicine

The Professorship of Respiratory Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

BP Professor of Petroleum Science. 1999. Earth Sciences

Grosvenor Professor of Real Estate Finance. 1999. Land Economy

Schlumberger Professor of Complex Physical Systems. 1999. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Professor of Haemato-oncology. 1999. Haematology

The Professorship of Haemato-oncology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemical Engineering. 1999. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Professor of Anaesthesia. 1999. Clinical Medicine

The Professorship of Anaesthesia shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mathematical Biology. 1999. Plant Sciences

The Professorship of Mathematical Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Physical Metallurgy. 1999. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Physical Metallurgy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of the Mechanics of Materials. 1999. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Mechanics of Materials shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Nanotechnology. 1999. Engineering

The Professorship of Nanotechnology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Structural Dynamics. 1999. Engineering

The Professorship of Structural Dynamics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemical Physics. 1999. Chemistry

The Professorship of Chemical Physics shall be limited to one tenure

Kuwait Professor of Number Theory and Algebra. 2000. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Kuwait Professorship of Number Theory and Algebra shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Education. 2000. Education

Professor of Education.28 2000. Education

Professor of Stroke Medicine.29 2000. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Stroke Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Linguistics.63 2000. Modern and Medieval Languages

Professor of Psychology in the Social Sciences. 2000. Psychology

Professor of Plant Ecology. 2000. Plant Sciences

Professor of Physical Geography. 2000. Geography

Professor of Human Geography. 2000. Geography

Professor of Public Health Medicine. 2000. Public Health and Primary Care

The Professorship of Public Health Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Nonlinear Mathematical Science. 2000. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Nonlinear Mathematical Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Behavioural Science. 2000. Public Health and Primary Care

The Professorship of Behavioural Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2000. Obstetrics and Gynaecology

The Professorship of Obstetrics and Gynaecology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Psychiatry. 2000. Psychiatry

Professor of Clinical Oncology. 2000. Oncology

The Professorship of Clinical Oncology shall be limited to one tenure.

GKN Professor of Manufacturing Engineering. 2000. Engineering

The GKN Professorship of Manufacturing Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

British Heart Foundation Professor of Cardiovascular Sciences. 2000. Medicine

The British Heart Foundation Professorship of Cardiovascular Sciences shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Structural Biology. 2000. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Structural Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Infectious Diseases. 2000. Medicine

The Professorship of Infectious Diseases shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mediterranean History. 2000. History

The Professorship of Mediterranean History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics. 2000. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Experimental Philosophy. 2000. Institute of Astronomy

The Professorship of Experimental Philosophy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Astrophysics and Cosmology. 2000. Physics

The Professorship of Astrophysics and Cosmology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computational Physics. 2000. Physics

The Professorship of Computational Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Information Engineering. 2000. Engineering

The Professorship of Information Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

N. M. Rothschild & Sons Professor of Mathematical Sciences. 2001.

1. The sums received from N. M. Rothschild & Sons for the endowment of a Professorship of Mathematical Sciences shall form a fund called the Rothschild Mathematical Sciences Fund.

2. The Professor shall be appointed to hold office for five years without possibility of reappointment. The General Board shall exercise its power of appointment under Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) on the advice of a specially constituted Advisory Committee. The holder of the Professorship shall be Director of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences and shall vacate the Professorship on ceasing to hold the office of Director.

3. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Management Committee of the Isaac Newton Institute.

4. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for expenditure in future years in accordance with Regulation 3 as the General Board shall determine.

Marconi Professor of Communications Systems. 2001. Computer Science and Technology

1. The sum of £950000 received from Marconi plc for the endowment of a Professorship of Communications Systems shall form a fund called the Marconi Communications Systems Fund.

2. 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 Professor payable by the University.

3. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 2 the capital and income of the Fund may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Computer Science and Technology.

4. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may be either added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for expenditure in accordance with Regulation 3 in one or more subsequent years as the General Board shall determine.

Professor of Oncological Pathology. 2001. Pathology

Professor of Cancer Research. 2001. Oncology

The Professorship of Cancer Research shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Surgical Oncology.30 2001. Clinical Medicine

The Professorship of Surgical Oncology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery. 2001. Surgery

Professor of Clinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2001. Radiology

The Professorship of Clinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging shall be limited to one tenure.

Adam Smith Professor of Corporate Governance.31 2001. Judge Institute of Management

1. The sum of US$4m received from Mr D. Kozlowski and the Tyco Corporation for the endowment of a Professorship of Corporate Governance shall form a fund called the Adam Smith Corporate Governance Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Director of the Judge Institute of Management.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of English. 2001. English

Van Eck Professor of Engineering. 2001. Engineering

1. The sum of US$3.5m received from the will of Mr Fred van Eck for the endowment of a Professorship in the field of advanced science and technology with an emphasis on high-speed communications shall form a fund called the van Eck Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied to support the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Engineering.

3. Any unexpended income of the Fund in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Prince Philip Professor of Technology. 2001. Engineering

1. The Prince Philip Professorship of Technology shall be tenable by any person whose work falls within the scope of the disciplines represented within the School of Technology. The duties of the Professor shall be to undertake teaching and research in his or her subject and to promote the interests of technological disciplines in the University.

2. On the occasion of a vacancy in the Professorship the General Board shall consult the Council of the School of Technology and the Faculty Boards or comparable authorities of institutions in the School in accordance with Special Ordinance C (vii) B.17 about whether the Professorship should be filled and the questions relating to candidature for the Professorship specified therein.

3. The Professor shall be elected by a specially constituted Board of Electors under the provisions of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.5.

Professor of Mathematical Sciences. 2001. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Mathematical Sciences shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Protein Crystallography. 2001. Haematology

The Professorship of Protein Crystallography shall be limited to one tenure.

Royal Society Napier Research Professor of Cancer Biology. 2001. Pathology

The Royal Society Napier Research Professorship of Cancer Biology shall be limited to one tenure for the period from 1 October 2001 to 30 September 2013.

Professor of English. 2001. English

The Professorship of English shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Developmental Psychopathology. 2001. Psychiatry

The Professorship of Developmental Psychopathology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Microbiology. 2001. Pathology

The Professorship of Microbiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cellular Pharmacology. 2001. Pharmacology

The Professorship of Cellular Pharmacology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Sociology. 2001. Sociology

The Professorship of Sociology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Ecological and Developmental Criminology. 2001. Institute of Criminology

The Professorship of Ecological and Developmental Criminology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mineralogy and Mineral Physics. 2001. Earth Sciences

The Professorship of Mineralogy and Mineral Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Materials Science. 2001. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Materials Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Organic Chemistry. 2001. Chemistry

The Professorship of Organic Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Physics. 2001. Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Algebraic Geometry. 2001. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Algebraic Geometry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Computer Science. 2001. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Theoretical Computer Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Electronics. 2001. Engineering

The Professorship of Electronics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Engineering Design. 2001. Engineering

The Professorship of Engineering Design shall be limited to one tenure.

Hitachi Professor of Electron Device Physics. 2002. Physics

1. The funds received from Hitachi Ltd towards the establishment of a Professorship of Electron Device Physics shall form a fund called the Hitachi Electron Device Physics Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be applied in support of the work of the Professor and the Microelectronics Research Centre in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Physics.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Experimental Combustion. 2002. Engineering

The Professorship of Experimental Combustion shall be limited to one tenure.

Leigh Trapnell Professor of Quantum Physics. 2002. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

1. The sums received from Mrs Hazel N. Trapnell in memory of her husband Mr Roger Leigh Trapnell formerly of King’s College towards the endowment of the Leigh Trapnell Professorship of Quantum Physics shall form a fund called the Leigh Trapnell Professorship of Quantum Physics Fund.

2. The first charge on the Fund shall be the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University.

3. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 2 the income of the Fund may be applied for the support of teaching or research in Quantum Physics in such manner as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Mathematics.

4. Any unexpended income in a financial year may either be added to the capital of the Fund or accumulated for use as income in one or more subsequent years in accordance with Regulations 2 and 3 as the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Mathematics may determine.

Merck Company Foundation Professor of Experimental Neurology. 2002. Clinical Neurosciences

The Merck Company Foundation Professorship of Experimental Neurology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Accounting. 2002. Judge Institute of Management

Sandra Dawson Visiting Professor of Marketing Strategy and Innovation.32 2002. Judge Institute of Management

1. The sum of £1m donated by Gianni and Joan Montezemolo shall constitute a fund called the Sandra Dawson Visiting Professorship of Marketing Strategy and Innovation Fund.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Director of Judge Business School ex officio and three persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Business and Management for periods of five years.

3. A Visiting Professor shall from time to time be elected by the General Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) on the advice of the Managers. The tenure of the Visiting Professor during which he or she shall be in residence in Cambridge unless granted leave of absence by the General Board shall not exceed three months and shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

4. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the travelling expenses incurred by the Visiting Professor on his or her appointment such emoluments as the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers shall determine at the time of the election and the indirect costs to the University of the appointment the excess of income over that amount may be applied in support of research or teaching in the fields of marketing strategy and innovation in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendations of the Director of the Judge Institute of Management.

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

Professor of Developmental Genetics. 2002. Genetics

The Professorship of Developmental Genetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Cell Biology. 2002. Clinical Biochemistry

The Professorship of Molecular Cell Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Greek. 2002. Classics

The Professorship of Greek shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Perinatal Physiology. 2002. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Perinatal Physiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cell Physiology. 2002. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Cell Physiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology. 2002. Psychiatry

The Professorship of Clinical Neuropsychology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of International History. 2002. History

The Professorship of International History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of History and Philosophy of Science. 2002. History and Philosophy of Science

The Professorship of History and Philosophy of Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Legal and Political Philosophy. 2002. Law

The Professorship of Legal and Political Philosophy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Active Tectonics. 2002. Earth Sciences

The Professorship of Active Tectonics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Biological Chemistry. 2002. Chemistry

The Professorship of Biological Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Experimental Physics. 2002. Physics

The Professorship of Experimental Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computational Logic. 2002. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Computational Logic shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Photonics. 2002. Engineering

The Professorship of Photonics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Control Engineering. 2002. Engineering

The Professorship of Control Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Information Engineering. 2002. Engineering

The Professorship of Information Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Environmental Systems Analysis. 2003. Geography

Professor of Plant Systematics and Evolution. 2003. Plant Sciences

Professor of Gastroenterology. 2003. Medicine

Professor of Metabolic Medicine. 2003. Medicine

The Professorship of Metabolic Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Developmental Neuroscience. 2003. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Developmental Neuroscience shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Developmental Mechanick. 2003. Genetics

The Professorship of Developmental Mechanick shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Genetic Epidemiology. 2003. Public Health and Primary Care

The Professorship of Genetic Epidemiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Leverhulme Professor of Human Evolution.62 2003. Archaeology

The Leverhulme Professorship of Human Evolution shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Sociology of Education. 2003. Education

The Professorship of Sociology of Education shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of History of Science. 2003. History and Philosophy of Science

The Professorship of History of Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Public Law and Jurisprudence. 2003. Law

The Professorship of Public Law and Jurisprudence shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Applied Mathematics. 2003. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Applied Mathematics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Physics. 2003. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical and Computational Physics. 2003. Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical and Computational Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of High Energy Physics. 2003. Physics

The Professorship of High Energy Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Analytical Biotechnology. 2003. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

The Professorship of Analytical Biotechnology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Security Engineering. 2003. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Security Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Superconducting Engineering. 2003. Engineering

The Professorship of Superconducting Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Herchel Smith Professor of Pure Mathematics. 2004. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

1. The sum received from the Trustees of the late Dr Herchel Smith for the establishment of a Professorship in some field or fields in Pure Mathematics shall form a fund called the Herchel Smith Pure Mathematics Fund.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers appointed by the Faculty Board of Mathematics who shall include the Head of the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics who shall be the Chair the Herchel Smith Professor of Pure Mathematics and the Chair of the Council of the School of the Physical Sciences.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University.

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

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

Herchel Smith Professor of Molecular Genetics. 2004. Genetics

1. The sum received from the Trustees of the late Dr Herchel Smith for the establishment of a Professorship in some field or fields in Molecular Genetics shall form a fund called the Herchel Smith Molecular Genetics Fund.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be three members appointed by the General Board on the recommendation of the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences including the Herchel Smith Professor of Molecular Genetics and the Chair of the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University.

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

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

Professor of Education. 2004. Education

Professor of Education.59 2004. Education

Bernard Wolfe Professor of Health Neuroscience. 2004. Psychiatry33

Professor of Information Engineering. 2004. Engineering

Professor of Medical Physics. 2004. Physics

The Professorship of Medical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Herchel Smith Professor of Physics.  2004.  Physics

1. The sum received from the Trustees of the late Dr Herchel Smith for the establishment of a Professorship in some field or fields in Physics shall form a fund called the Herchel Smith Physics Fund.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers appointed by the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry who shall include the Head of the Department of Physics who shall be the Chair the Herchel Smith Professor of Physics and the Chair of the Council of the School of the Physical Sciences.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University.

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

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

Professor of Classics. 2004. Classics

The Professorship of Classics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Phonetics.63 2004. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Phonetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Modern Chinese History. 2004. East Asian Studies

The Professorship of Modern Chinese History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Parasitology. 2004. Pathology

The Professorship of Parasitology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Biology. 2004. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Molecular Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Economic History. 2004. Economics

The Professorship of Economic History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Fluid Dynamics. 2004. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Fluid Dynamics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Chemistry. 2004. Chemistry

The Professorship of Theoretical Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Device Materials. 2004. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Device Materials shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Combinatorial Mathematics. 2004. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Combinatorial Mathematics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computational Linguistics. 2004. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Computational Linguistics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computing. 2004. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Computing shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Engineering Design. 2004. Engineering

The Professorship of Engineering Design shall be limited to one tenure.

Herchel Smith Professor of Biochemistry.  2005.  Biochemistry

1. The sum received from the Trustees of the late Dr Herchel Smith for the establishment of a Professorship in some field or fields in Biochemistry shall form a fund called the Herchel Smith Biochemistry Fund.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers appointed by the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences who shall include the Head of the Department of Biochemistry who shall be the Chair the Herchel Smith Professor of Biochemistry and the Chair of the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University.

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

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

Professor of Family Research. 2005. Psychology

Professor of Sustainable Design. 2005. Architecture

The Professorship of Sustainable Design shall be limited to one tenure.

French Government Visiting Professor.63 2005. Modern and Medieval Languages

1. A French Government Visiting Professor shall be elected annually under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) by the General Board on the recommendation of an Advisory Committee comprising the Chair of the Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages the Head of the Department of French the Drapers Professor of French (if not one of the above) and two members appointed by the General Board.

2. The tenure of a French Government Visiting Professorship shall be for a period of not more than two terms during which time he or she shall be in residence in Cambridge unless granted leave of absence by the General Board.

3. It shall be the duty of the French Government Visiting Professor to participate in the teaching programme of the Department of French.

Professor of Medical Oncology. 2005. Oncology

The Professorship of Medical Oncology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Education 2005. Education

Professor of French Philology and Linguistics.63 2005. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of French Philology and Linguistics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Historical Musicology. 2005. Music

The Professorship of Historical Musicology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Medieval Music. 2005. Music

The Professorship of Medieval Music shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Biomedical Magnetic Resonance. 2005. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Biomedical Magnetic Resonance shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Plant and Microbial Biochemistry. 2005. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Plant and Microbial Biochemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Comparative Cognition. 2005. Psychology

The Professorship of Comparative Cognition shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 2005. Pathology

The Professorship of Molecular Genetics and Genomics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Nephrology. 2005. Medical Genetics

The Professorship of Nephrology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Neurogenetics. 2005. Medical Genetics

The Professorship of Molecular Neurogenetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Immunology and Medicine. 2005. Medicine

The Professorship of Immunology and Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Virology. 2005. Medicine

The Professorship of Molecular Virology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Economics and Game Theory. 2005. Economics

The Professorship of Economics and Game Theory shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Urban and Regional Economics. 2005. Land Economy

The Professorship of Urban and Regional Economics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Company and Securities Law. 2005. Law

The Professorship of Company and Securities Law shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Empirical Sociology. 2005. Sociology

The Professorship of Empirical Sociology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Physics. 2005. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Atmospheric Science. 2005. Chemistry

The Professorship of Atmospheric Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mineral Physics. 2005. Earth Sciences

The Professorship of Mineral Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Quaternary Palaeoenvironments. 2005. Geography

The Professorship of Quaternary Palaeoenvironments shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Physics. 2005. Physics

The Professorship of Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Quantum Physics. 2005. Physics

The Professorship of Quantum Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Experimental Quantum Physics. 2005. Physics

The Professorship of Experimental Quantum Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Polymer Physics. 2005. Physics

The Professorship of Polymer Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Particle Physics. 2005. Physics

The Professorship of Particle Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Analytical Physics. 2005. Physics

The Professorship of Analytical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Pure Mathematics. 2005. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Pure Mathematics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computer Technology. 2005. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Computer Technology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Rural Economy. 2005. Land Economy

The Professorship of Rural Economy shall be limited to one tenure.

Herchel Smith Professor of Molecular Biology. 2006. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

1. The sum received from the Trustees of the late Dr Herchel Smith for the establishment of a Professorship in some field or fields in Molecular Biology shall form a fund called the Herchel Smith Molecular Biology Fund.

2. The Fund shall be administered by three Managers appointed by the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences who shall include the Head of the Department of Physiology Development and Neuroscience who shall be the Chair the Herchel Smith Professor of Molecular Biology and the Chair of the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University.

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

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

Sigrid Rausing Professor of Social Anthropology.3462  2006.  Social Anthropology

1. The sum received from Dr Sigrid M. Rausing towards the endowment of the Sigrid Rausing Professorship of Social Anthropology shall form a fund called the Sigrid Rausing Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund exceeds the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount shall be applied to support the work of the Professor in such a manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Social Anthropology.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Miriam Rothschild Professor of Conservation Biology.  2006.  Zoology

1. The sum received from the Lisbet Rausing Charitable Fund for the endowment of a Professorship of Conservation Biology shall form a fund called the Miriam Rothschild Fund for Conservation Biology.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund exceeds the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount shall be applied to support the work of the Professor in such a manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Zoology or that of any other Department or Faculty in which the Professorship is then held.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

4. On the occasion of a vacancy in the Professorship the General Board shall consult the Council of the School of the Biological Sciences in accordance with Special Ordinance C (vii) B.17 as to whether the assignment or its field should be reviewed for the next tenure.

His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said Professor of Modern Arabic Studies. 2006. Middle Eastern Studies

1. The sum received from His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said for the endowment of a Professorship of Modern Arabic Studies shall form a fund called the His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount shall be applied to support the work of the Professor in such a manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

The Professorship of Molecular Immunology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Stem Cell Biology. 2006. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Stem Cell Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Applied Mathematics. 2006. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Professor of Physics. 2006. Physics

Professor of Comparative Pathology.35 2006. Veterinary Medicine

1. The sums accepted from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries in accordance with Grace 3 of 16 February 1923 shall be separately invested and shall constitute a fund called the Professorship of Comparative Pathology Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of this stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount may be supplied in support of the work of the Professor in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Veterinary Medicine.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Genzyme Professor of Experimental Medicine.36 2006. Medicine

1. The sums received from the Board of Cambridge in America representing a donation from the Genzyme Corporation for the support of the Genzyme Professorship of Experimental Medicine shall form a fund called The Genzyme Experimental Medicine Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund exceeds the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount shall be applied to support the work of the Professor in such a manner as may be approved by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Medicine.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Historical Anthropology. 2006. Human Social and Political Science

1. The Professorship of Historical Anthropology shall be established for a single tenure with effect from 1 October 2006.

2. The Professor shall also hold the office of Director of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology during his tenure and shall vacate the Professorship if he ceases to hold the latter office.

Professor of History of Medieval Art. 2006. History of Art

The Professorship of History of Medieval Art shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of RNA Molecular Biology. 2006. Biochemistry

The Professorship of RNA Molecular Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cellular Neuroscience. 2006. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Cellular Neuroscience shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Neuroscience. 2006. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Neuroscience shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of International Law. 2006. Law

The Professorship of International Law shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice. 2006. Institute of Criminology

The Professorship of Criminology and Criminal Justice shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Fluid Mechanics. 2006. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Fluid Mechanics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Mineral Physics. 2006. Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical Mineral Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Representation Theory. 2006. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Representation Theory shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Stochastic Analysis. 2006. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Stochastic Analysis shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mechanical Engineering. 2006. Engineering

The Professorship of Mechanical Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Fluid Mechanics. 2006. Engineering

The Professorship of Fluid Mechanics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Statistical Signal Processing. 2006. Engineering

The Professorship of Statistical Signal Processing shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Law. 2006. Law

The Professorship of Law shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Comparative Immunogenetics. 2006. Pathology

The Professorship of Comparative Immunogenetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Moran Professor of Conservation and Development.    2006.    Geography

1. The sums received from the Board of Cambridge in America representing a donation from James and Jane Wilson for the support of the Moran Professorship of Conservation and Development shall form a fund called the Moran Conservation and Development Fund.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund exceeds the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount shall be applied to support the work of the Professor in such a manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Geography or that of any other Department or Faculty in which the Professorship is then held.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

4. On the occasion of a vacancy in the Professorship the General Board in accordance with Special Ordinance C (vii) B.17 shall decide whether the assignment to a Faculty Department or other institution or its field should be reviewed for the next tenure.

Professor of Systems Biology and Biochemistry. 2006. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Systems Biology and Biochemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Winton Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk.37 2006. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Professor of Infectious Disease Informatics. 2007. Zoology

The Professorship of Infectious Disease Informatics shall be limited to one tenure.

Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business and Enterprise. 2007. Judge Business School

1. The sum received from the High Commission of India for the endowment of a Jawaharlal Nehru Professorship of Indian Business and Enterprise shall form a fund called the Jawaharlal Nehru Fund for Indian Business and Enterprise.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business and Enterprise payable by the University the excess of the income above that amount may be applied to support the activities of the Professorship and for the study of Indian business and enterprise in such a manner as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Director of Judge Business School and after consultation with the donor.

3. Any unexpended income in any financial year may be accumulated as capital or expended in accordance with Regulation 2 in any one or more subsequent years as shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Director of Judge Business School.

Professor of Medical Genetics. 2007. Medical Genetics

The Professorship of Medical Genetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Li Ka Shing Professor of Oncology. 2007. Oncology

1. The sums received towards the endowment of the Li Ka Shing Professorship of Oncology shall form a fund called the Li Ka Shing Fund for Oncology.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund exceeds the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount shall be applied to support the research activities of the Professor in such a manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Chair of the Council of the School of Clinical Medicine.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Prince Philip Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. 2007. Zoology

1. The sum set aside from the Chest to support the Prince Philip Professorship of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology shall form a fund designated the Prince Philip Fund for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

2. If and whenever the income of the Fund exceeds the amount required for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University the excess of the income over that amount shall be applied to support the work of the Professor in such a manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Zoology.

3. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 2.

Professor of Primary Care Research. 2007. Public Health and Primary Care

The Professorship of Primary Care Research shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Experimental Astrophysics. 2007. Physics

Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance.66 2007. Judge Business School

The Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professorship of Finance shall be limited to ten years from 1 October 2007.

Professor of Medieval French Literature.63 2007. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Medieval French Literature shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Plant Biochemistry. 2007. Plant Sciences

The Professor of Plant Biochemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Conservation Science. 2007. Zoology

The Professorship of Conservation Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Neurology. 2007. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Molecular Neurology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professorship of Cardiopulmonary Medicine. 2007. Medicine

The Professorship of Cardiopulmonary Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Economics. 2007. Economics

The Professorship of Economics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of English Private Law. 2007. Law

The Professorship of English Private Law shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Psychology. 2007. Psychology

The Professorship of Psychology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Physics. 2007. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Observational Cosmology and Astrophysics. 2007. Institute of Astronomy

The Professorship of Observational Cosmology and Astrophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Materials Chemistry. 2007. Chemistry

The Professorship of Materials Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Biophysical Chemistry. 2007. Chemistry

The Professorship of Biophysical Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Materials Science. 2007. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Materials Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Physics. 2007. Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Signal Processing. 2007. Engineering

The Professorship of Signal Processing shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Operations Research. 2007. Judge Business School

The Professorship of Operations Research shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cancer Therapeutics. 2007. Oncology

The Professorship of Cancer Therapeutics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Immunology and Cell Biology. 2007. Medicine

The Professorship of Immunology and Cell Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Experimental Neuroscience. 2007. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Experimental Neuroscience shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Education. 2008. Education

Professor of Macroeconomics. 2008. Economics

The Professorship of Macroeconomics shall be limited to one tenure.

Alborada Professor of Equine and Farm Animal Science.38 2008. Veterinary Medicine

1. The sums received from The Alborada Trust to support a Professorship of Equine and Farm Animal Science and for other purposes shall form a fund called the Alborada Fund for Equine and Farm Animal Science.

2. The capital and the income of the Fund shall be available for the payment of the stipend national insurance and pension contributions of the Alborada Professor of Equine and Farm Animal Science together with associated costs within the Department of Veterinary Medicine payable by the University during the tenure of the Professorship.

3. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 2 the capital and the income of the Fund may be applied for the support of teaching or research in some aspect of Equine and Farm Animal Science in such a manner as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Veterinary Medicine.

4. As far as possible and except as permitted by The Alborada Trust equal weight will be given to the areas of equine science and farm animal science in all aspects of the Professorship and in the use of the capital and income of the Fund for teaching and research.

5. Any unexpended income in a financial year may be expended in any one or more subsequent years in accordance with Regulations 2 and 3.

6. If at the end of the term of the Professorship any part of the capital or income of the Fund remains unspent such unspent part shall be returned to The Alborada Trust for its general charitable purposes.

RAND Professor of Health Services Research.39 2008. Public Health and Primary Care

The RAND Professorship of Health Services Research shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Nuclear Medicine. 2008. Radiology

The Professorship of Nuclear Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

A. G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture. 2008. Classics

1. The sum of £2.361m received from the A. G. Leventis Foundation for the endowment of an A. G. Leventis Professorship of Greek Culture concerned with the study of Greek Culture before the Byzantine era shall constitute a fund to be called the A. G. Leventis Fund for Greek Culture.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Chair of the Faculty Board of Classics the A. G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture and one other Manager appointed by the Faculty Board of Classics for periods of five years provided that if two or more of these posts 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 Classics shall appoint one or more additional Managers so as to ensure that there are three Managers.

3. The first charge on the income and expendable capital of the Fund shall be the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the A. G. Leventis Professorship of Greek Culture payable by the University.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3 the income of the Fund shall be applied for the support of teaching or research into periods of Greek culture before the Byzantine era in such a manner as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

5. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any one or more subsequent years be expended in accordance with Regulation 4.

Gorley Putt Professor of Poetry and Poetics. 2008. English

The Gorley Putt Professorship of Poetry and Poetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Persian History. 2008. Middle Eastern Studies

The Professorship of Persian History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Matrix Biochemistry. 2008. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Matrix Biochemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Developmental Biology. 2008. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Developmental Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Small Animal Medicine. 2008. Veterinary Medicine

The Professorship of Small Animal Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professorship of Evolutionary Genetics. 2008. Zoology

The Professorship of Evolutionary Genetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Neuroradiology. 2008. Radiology

The Professorship of Neuroradiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of the History of European International Relations. 2008. Politics and International Studies

The Professorship of the History of European International Relations shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of European Union and Employment Law. 2008. Law

The Professorship of European Union and Employment Law shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cosmology. 2008. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Cosmology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Astrophysics. 2008. Institute of Astronomy

The Professorship of Theoretical Astrophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemical Physics. 2008. Chemistry

The Professorship of Chemical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Materials Science. 2008. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of the Materials Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Experimental Particle Physics. 2008. Physics

The Professorship of Experimental Particle Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mathematics. 2008. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Mathematics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computational Engineering. 2008. Engineering

The Professorship of Computational Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Engineering. 2008. Engineering

The Professorship of Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Statistics in Biomedicine. 2008. Medical Genetics

The Professorship of Statistics in Biomedicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Tata Steel Professor of Metallurgy. 2008. Materials Science and Metallurgy

1. The sum of £2.084m received from Tata Steel UK Limited for the endowment of a Tata Steel Professorship of Metallurgy shall constitute a fund to be called the Tata Steel Fund for Metallurgy.

2. The Tata Steel Professorship of Metallurgy shall be concerned with the study of ferrous metallurgy.

3. Whenever the Tata Steel Professorship of Metallurgy is due to fall vacant for any reason the General Board following consultation with the Council of the School of the Physical Sciences the Head of the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy and the donor may recommend to the University that the particular field of the Professorship be concerned with the study of materials science and metallurgy in general.

4. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy the Tata Steel Professor of Metallurgy and one other Manager appointed by the Faculty Board of Physics and Chemistry for periods of five years provided that if two or more of these posts 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 Physics and Chemistry shall appoint one or more additional Managers so as to ensure that there are three Managers.

5. The first charge on the income and expendable capital of the Fund shall be the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Tata Steel Professor of Metallurgy payable by the University.

6. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 5 the income of the Fund shall be applied for the support of teaching or research into ferrous metallurgy or if (following a recommendation of the type referred to in Regulation 3) the subject matter of the Professorship has been changed for the support of teaching or research in materials science and metallurgy generally in each case in such a manner as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

7. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any one or more subsequent years be expended in accordance with Regulation 6.

Professor of Veterinary Diagnostic Pathology. 2009. Veterinary Medicine

Professor of Molecular Pathology. 2009. Pathology

The Professorship of Molecular Pathology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Clinical Microbiology.55 2009. Medicine

The Professorship of Clinical Microbiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Musical Performance Studies. 2009. Music

The Professorship of Musical Performance Studies shall be for the tenure of the current holder.

Professor of Philosophical Theology. 2009. Divinity

The Professorship of Philosophical Theology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cultural History and Aesthetics. 2009. English

The Professorship of Cultural History and Aesthetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Portuguese Literature and Culture.63 2009. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Portuguese Literature and Culture shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. 2009. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Pharmacology. 2009. Pharmacology

The Professorship of Molecular Pharmacology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Neurobiology. 2009. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Neurobiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Reproductive Physiology. 2009. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Reproductive Physiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience. 2009. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Behavioural Neuroscience shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Structural and Molecular Biology. 2009. Clinical Biochemistry

The Professorship of Structural and Molecular Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Nutrition and Metabolism. 2009. Clinical Biochemistry

The Professorship of Molecular Nutrition and Metabolism shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Modern Cultural History. 2009. History

The Professorship of Modern Cultural History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Modern British History. 2009. History

The Professorship of Modern British History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Comparative and Developmental Criminology. 2009. Institute of Criminology

The Professorship of Comparative and Developmental Criminology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Astrophysics. 2009. Institute of Astronomy

The Professorship of Astrophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Materials Science. 2009. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Materials Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Materials Science. 2009. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Materials Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of High Energy Physics. 2009. Physics

The Professorship of High Energy Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Physics. 2009. Physics

The Professorship of Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. 2009. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Logic and Algorithms. 2009. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Logic and Algorithms shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Semiconductor Engineering. 2009. Engineering

The Professorship of Semiconductor Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemical Engineering. 2009. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

The Professorship of Chemical Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Transfusion Medicine. 2009. Haematology

The Professorship of Transfusion Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Diane Middlebrook and Carl Djerassi Visiting Professor of Gender Studies.40 2009. Politics and International Studies

Amended by Grace 4 of 22 March 2017

1. The Funding Sums identified in the Agreement between the University and Professor Carl Djerassi together with any other monies received for the purpose shall constitute a fund called the Diane Middlebrook and Carl Djerassi Fund of which the capital and the income shall be used to support the Diane Middlebrook and Carl Djerassi Visiting Professorship of Gender Studies.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Committee of Management of the Gender Studies Fund.

3. A Visiting Professor shall from time to time be elected by the General Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) on the advice of the Managers. The tenure of the Visiting Professor during which he or she shall be in residence in Cambridge unless granted leave of absence by the General Board shall not exceed two terms in one academical year and shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

4. The income and (if the Managers think fit) the capital of the Fund shall be used to support no more than two Visiting Professors in any one academical year (which shall include payment of approved travelling expenses incurred by the Visiting Professor on her or his appointment such emoluments as the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers shall determine at the time of the election and the indirect costs to the University of the appointment). If and whenever the income and capital of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for these purposes the excess of income and capital over that amount may be applied in support of research or teaching in the fields of Gender Studies in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

5. Any unexpended sums in a financial year may in any subsequent year be expended in accordance with Regulation 4.

Professor of Pure Mathematics.41 2009. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Pure Mathematics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Ophthalmology. 2009. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Ophthalmology shall be limited to one tenure.

British Heart Foundation Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine. 2010. Medicine

The British Heart Foundation Professorship of Cardiovascular Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Sir Arthur Marshall Visiting Professor of Urban Design.42 2010. Architecture

1. The sum of £900000 donated by the D. G. Marshall of Cambridge Trust shall constitute a fund called the Sir Arthur Marshall Visiting Professorship of Urban Design Fund.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Architecture three persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Architecture and History of Art for periods of five years at a time one of whom shall be on the nomination of the D. G. Marshall of Cambridge Trust and one person appointed by Jesus College for periods of five years at a time.

3. A Visiting Professor shall from time to time be elected by the General Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) on the advice of the Managers. The tenure of the Visiting Professor during which he or she shall be in residence in Cambridge unless granted leave of absence by the General Board shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

4. If and whenever the income of the Fund shall exceed the amount required for the payment of the accommodation and travelling expenses incurred by the Visiting Professor on her or his appointment such emoluments as the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers shall determine at the time of the election and the indirect costs to the University of the appointment the excess of income over that amount may be applied in support of research or teaching in the field of urban design in such manner as may be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

5. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year or years be expended in accordance with Regulation 4.

Visiting Professor of Architecture. 2010. Architecture

1. Grants and other funds made available from time to time to support one or more Visiting Professorships of Architecture shall constitute a fund called the Visiting Professorships of Architecture Fund.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Head of the Department of Architecture the Head of the School of Arts and Humanities and three persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Architecture and History of Art to serve for periods of five years.

3. One or more Visiting Professors of Architecture shall from time to time be elected under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers of the Fund. In each case the tenure of the Visiting Professor during which he or she shall be in residence in Cambridge shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

4. The capital and income of the Fund shall be applied to meet the emoluments of the Visiting Professors as determined by the General Board at the time of election the Professors’ travelling expenses and the indirect costs to the University of their appointment.

5. Any unexpended income in a financial year may in any subsequent year or years be expended in accordance with Regulation 4.

Professor of Old Age Psychiatry. 2010. Psychiatry

The Professorship of Old Age Psychiatry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Photonic Systems and Displays. 2010. Engineering

Pembroke Visiting Professor of International Finance. 2010. Judge Business School

1. The sum of £1.8m received by the University to establish a Pembroke Visiting Professorship of International Finance shall constitute a fund called the Pembroke Visiting Professor of International Finance Fund.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be the Director of Judge Business School two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Business and Management for periods of five years at a time and one person appointed by Pembroke College also for periods of five years at a time.

3. A Visiting Professor shall from time to time be elected by the General Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) on the advice of a Committee comprising the Director of Judge Business School two persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Business and Management the Master of Pembroke College or a duly appointed member of the College’s Fellowship Committee and one person appointed by the Governor of the Bank of England. Apart from the Director of Judge Business School and the Master of Pembroke College appointments to the Committee shall be for periods not exceeding five years.

4. The tenure of the Visiting Professor during which he or she shall be in residence in Cambridge unless granted leave of absence by the General Board shall normally be for a period of not more than six months in one academical year and shall be determined by the General Board on the recommendation of the Committee.

5. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be such emoluments of the Professorship as the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers shall determine together with all the indirect costs of the University associated with the Professorship and the travelling expenses incurred by the Visiting Professor at the start and end of her or his appointment.

6. The second charge on the income of the Fund shall be to support activities associated with the Visiting Professorship.

7. The third charge on the income of the Fund shall be to support research or teaching in the field of international finance.

8. Any unexpended income in any financial year may at the discretion of the Managers be accumulated and added to the capital of the Fund or be held as an income reserve and expended in any one or more subsequent years in accordance with Regulations 5 to 7 above.

Professor of Zoology. 2010. Zoology

1. The Professorship of Zoology shall be limited to one tenure.

2. The Professor shall be ex officio Director of the Museum of Zoology during his tenure of the Professorship.

BP Foundation McKenzie Professor of Earth Sciences.43 2010. Earth Sciences

Humanitas Visiting Professors.44 2010. 

Professor of Medicine. 2010. Medicine

The Professorship of Medicine shall be limited to one tenure for the period from 1 October 2010 to 30 September 2017.

Professor of Cellular Pathophysiology and Clinical Biochemistry. 2010. Clinical Biochemistry

The Professorship of Cellular Pathophysiology and Clinical Biochemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 2010. Surgery

The Professorship of Orthopaedic Surgery shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of French Literature and the Visual Arts.63 2010. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of French Literature and the Visual Arts shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Modern German and Comparative Culture.63 2010. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Modern German and Comparative Culture shall be limited to one tenure

Professor of Linguistics and Philosophy of Language.63 2010. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Linguistics and Philosophy of Language shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Plant Biochemistry and Cell Biology. 2010. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Plant Biochemistry and Cell Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Structural Biology. 2010. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Structural Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cell and Cancer Biology. 2010. Pathology

The Professorship of Cell and Cancer Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mammalian Development and Stem Cell Biology. 2010. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Mammalian Development and Stem Cell Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Experimental Haematology. 2010. Haematology

The Professorship of Experimental Haematology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of History and Public Policy. 2010. History

The Professorship of History and Public Policy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice. 2010. Institute of Criminology

The Professorship of Criminology and Criminal Justice shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of International Law and International Constitutional Studies. 2010. Politics and International Studies

The Professorship of International Law and International Constitutional Studies shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of History and Philosophy of Science. 2010. History and Philosophy of Science

The Professorship of History and Philosophy of Science shall be limited to one tenure which shall be coterminous with the holding of the office of Curator and Director of the Whipple Museum of the History of Science.

Professor of Theoretical Physics. 2010. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Biophysics. 2010. Chemistry

The Professorship of Molecular Biophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Biophysics. 2010. Chemistry

The Professorship of Biophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Inorganic Chemistry. 2010. Chemistry

The Professorship of Inorganic Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Materials Science and Metallurgy. 2010. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Materials Science and Metallurgy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Radio Astronomy. 2010. Physics

The Professorship of Radio Astronomy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Aerodynamics. 2010. Engineering

The Professorship of Aerodynamics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Materials Engineering. 2010. Engineering

The Professorship of Materials Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Industrial Information Engineering. 2010. Engineering

The Professorship of Industrial Information Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cognitive Developmental Neuroscience. 2010. Psychology

The Professorship of Cognitive Developmental Neuroscience shall be limited to one tenure.

MRC Research Professor of Cognitive Psychology. 2010. Clinical Medicine

The MRC Research Professorship of Cognitive Psychology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Plant Development. 2011. Sainsbury Laboratory

The Professorship of Plant Development shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Plant Development.45 2011. Sainsbury Laboratory

The Professorship of Plant Development shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computational Morphodynamics.46 2011. Sainsbury Laboratory

The Professorship of Computational Morphodynamics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Historical and Cultural Geography.47 2011. Geography

Laing O'Rourke Professor of Construction Engineering. 2011. Engineering

The Laing O'Rourke Professorship of Construction Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Stem Cell Medicine. 2011. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Stem Cell Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Sultan Qaboos Professor of Abrahamic Faiths and Shared Values. 2011. Divinity

1. The sum of £4.22m received from His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said to endow a Sultan Qaboos Professorship of Abrahamic Faiths and Shared Values shall form a fund called the Sultan Qaboos Fund for Abrahamic Faiths and Shared Values. The Managers of the Fund shall be:

  1. (a)the Chair of the Faculty Board of Divinity who shall be Chair;
  2. (b)the Sultan Qaboos Professor of Abrahamic Faiths and Shared Values;
  3. (c)one person appointed by the Council of the School of Arts and Humanities;
  4. (d)one person appointed by the Faculty Board of Divinity on the nomination of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said;
  5. (e)at the discretion of the Board one further person appointed by the Faculty Board of Divinity.

2. The Sultan Qaboos Professor of Abrahamic Faiths and Shared Values shall serve as Academic Director of the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme in the Faculty of Divinity and shall promote the study of the relationships between Judaism Christianity and Islam and their relationship to other traditions and to the modern world.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Sultan Qaboos Professor of Abrahamic Faiths and Shared Values payable by the University.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3 the income of the Fund shall be applied to support the activities of the Professorship and for the study of Abrahamic Faiths and Shared Values within the Faculty of Divinity in such manner as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

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

Professor of Management Studies. 2011. Judge Business School

1. The Professorship of Management Studies shall be limited to one tenure.

2. The Professor shall be Director of Judge Business School for an initial period of six years in the first instance and shall be eligible for reappointment by the General Board for a further period of up to four years.

Professor of Molecular Physiology and Pathology. 2011. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Molecular Physiology and Pathology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Education. 2011. Education

Dyson Professor of Fluid Mechanics. 2011. Engineering

1. The sum of £1.4m received from Dyson Technology Limited to support a Dyson Professorship of Fluid Mechanics shall form a fund called the Dyson Fund for Fluid Mechanics.

2. The first charge on the capital and income of the Fund shall be the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Dyson Professor of Fluid Mechanics payable by the University.

3. The Fund shall be administered by four Managers who shall comprise:

  1. (a)the Head of the Department of Engineering who shall be Chair;
  2. (b)the Dyson Professor of Fluid Mechanics;
  3. (c)the Head of the School of Technology;
  4. (d)a person appointed by the Faculty Board of Engineering.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 2 the capital and the income of the Fund may be applied for the support of teaching or research in some aspect of Fluid Mechanics in such a manner as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of Engineering.

Professor of Polymeric Materials Chemistry and Physics. 2011. Chemistry

The Professorship of Polymeric Materials Chemistry and Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Medieval Music and Literature. 2011. English

The Professorship of Medieval Music and Literature shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Latin-American Literature.63 2011. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Latin-American Literature shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Music and Science. 2011. Music

The Professorship of Music and Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Logic. 2011. Philosophy

The Professorship of Logic shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Biology. 2011. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Molecular Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor in Developmental Cardiovascular Physiology and Medicine. 2011. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship in Developmental Cardiovascular Physiology and Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professorship of Metabolism and Medicine. 2011. Clinical Biochemistry

The Professorship of Metabolism and Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Clinical Neuroscience. 2011. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Clinical Neuroscience shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Haematology. 2011. Haematology

The Professorship of Molecular Haematology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Haemostasis. 2011. Haematology

The Professorship of Molecular Haemostasis shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Human Genetics. 2011. Medical Genetics

The Professorship of Human Genetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Transplantation. 2011. Surgery

The Professorship of Transplantation shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Modern and Contemporary History. 2011. History

The Professorship of Modern and Contemporary History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Civil Justice and Private Law. 2011. Law

The Professorship of Civil Justice and Private Law shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Private International Law. 2011. Law

The Professorship of Private International Law shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Physics. 2011. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics. 2011. Institute of Astronomy

The Professorship of Cosmology and Astrophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Chemistry. 2011. Chemistry

The Professorship of Theoretical Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Astrophysics. 2011. Physics

The Professorship of Astrophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Information Systems and Innovation Studies. 2011. Judge Business School

The Professorship of Information Systems and Innovation Studies shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computational Linguistics (2011). 2011. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Computational Linguistics (2011) shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science. 2011. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Nanotechnology. 2011. Engineering

The Professorship of Nanotechnology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemical Physics. 2011. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

The Professorship of Chemical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Regius Professor of Engineering.48 2011. Engineering

Professor of Medical Genetics and Genomic Medicine. 2011. Medical Genetics

The Professorship of Medical Genetics and Genomic Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Finance. 2012. Judge Business School

1. The Professorship of Finance shall be established for a single tenure from 1 October 2012.

2. The Professor shall also hold the office of Director of the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance during his or her tenure and shall vacate the Professorship if he or she ceases to hold the latter office.

Chong Hua Professor of Chinese Development. 2012. Politics and International Studies

1. The sum received from Chong Hua Educational Foundation for the endowment of a Chong Hua Professorship of Chinese Development shall form a fund called The Chong Hua Fund for Chinese Development.

2. The Managers of the Fund shall be:

  1. (a)The Chair of the Faculty Board of Human Social and Political Science who shall be Chair;
  2. (b)the Chong Hua Professor of Chinese Development;
  3. (c)the Head of the Department of Politics and International Studies;
  4. (d)the Head of the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences;
  5. (e)such person as the Chong Hua Educational Foundation may nominate from time to time.
  6. If any 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 of Human Social and Political Science shall appoint one or more additional Managers so as to ensure that there are always five Managers.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Chong Hua Professor of Chinese Development payable by the University.

4. After provision has been made in accordance with Regulation 3 the income of the Fund may be applied for the support of the Professor or for the support of teaching or research in Chinese development as shall be approved by the General Board on the recommendation of the Managers.

5. Any unexpended income in a financial year shall be accumulated in accordance with the University’s Statutes and Ordinances and may in any subsequent year or years be expended in accordance with Regulations 3 and 4 as the Managers shall determine subject to the approval of the General Board.

Florence Nightingale Foundation Professor of Clinical Nursing Research.49 2012. Public Health and Primary Care

The Florence Nightingale Foundation Professorship of Clinical Nursing Research shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Statistics. 2012. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Statistics shall be limited to one tenure.

MRC Research Professor of Biostatistics. 2012. Clinical Medicine

The MRC Research Professorship of Biostatistics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Sustainable Reaction Engineering. 2012. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Professor of Politics. 2012. Politics and International Studies

Professor of Engineering. 2012. Engineering

Professor of General Practice. 2012. Public Health and Primary Care

The Professorship of General Practice shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Architecture and the Moving Image. 2012. Architecture

The Professorship of Architecture and the Moving Image shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Celtic. 2012. Anglo-Saxon Norse and Celtic

The Professorship of Celtic shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Medieval French and Occitan.63 2012. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Medieval French and Occitan shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Modern and Medieval German Studies.63 2012. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Modern and Medieval German Studies shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Philosophy. 2012. Philosophy

The Professorship of Philosophy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cellular Biochemistry. 2012. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Cellular Biochemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cellular Dynamics. 2012. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Cellular Dynamics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Neurobiology. 2012. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Molecular Neurobiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Endocrine Physiology. 2012. Clinical Biochemistry

The Professorship of Endocrine Physiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Neurological Genetics. 2012. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Neurological Genetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Reproductive Biology.  2012. Obstetrics and Gynaecology

The Professorship of Reproductive Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Radiation Oncology. 2012. Oncology

The Professorship of Radiation Oncology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cancer Epidemiology. 2012. Public Health and Primary Care

The Professorship of Cancer Epidemiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Geoarchaeology.62 2012. Archaeology

The Professorship of Geoarchaeology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Developmental Psychology. 2012. Sociology

The Professorship of Developmental Psychology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Sociology and Political Economy. 2012. Sociology

The Professorship of Sociology and Political Economy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Regional and Applied Economics. 2012. Land Economy

The Professorship of Regional and Applied Economics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Law and Legal History. 2012. Land Economy

The Professorship of Law and Legal History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Volcanology. 2012. Geography

The Professorship of Volcanology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Latin American Geography. 2012. Geography

The Professorship of Latin American Geography shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Geometry. 2012. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Geometry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Astronomy. 2012. Institute of Astronomy

The Professorship of Astronomy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. 2012. Chemistry

The Professorship of Chemistry and Chemical Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemistry. 2012. Chemistry

The Professorship of Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Energy and Materials Science. 2012. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Energy and Materials Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Economics and Organization. 2012. Judge Business School

The Professorship of Economics and Organization shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computer Science. 2012. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Computer Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Information Engineering. 2012. Engineering

The Professorship of Information Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Laser Engineering. 2012. Engineering

The Professorship of Laser Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemical Reaction Engineering. 2012. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

The Professorship of Chemical Reaction Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

MRC Research Professor of Mitochondrial Medicine. 2012. Clinical Medicine

The MRC Research Professorship of Mitochondrial Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Harold Samuel Professor of Law and Environmental Policy. 2012. Land Economy

The Harold Samuel Professorship of Law and Environmental Policy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Hypoxia Signalling and Cell Biology. 2012. Medicine

The Professorship of Hypoxia Signalling and Cell Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Empirical Macroeconomics. 2013. Economics

The Professorship of Empirical Macroeconomics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Experimental Psychology. 2013. Psychology

The Professorship of Experimental Psychology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Philosophy. 2013. Philosophy

The Professorship of Philosophy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Neurorehabilitation. 2013. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Neurorehabilitation shall be limited to one tenure.

MRC Research Professor of Epidemiology. 2013. Clinical Medicine

The MRC Research Professorship of Epidemiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Royal Society Research Professor of Earth Sciences. 2013. Earth Sciences

The Royal Society Research Professorship of Earth Sciences shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of International Education. 2013. Education

The Professorship of International Education shall be limited to one tenure.

John Harvard Professor in the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences. 2013. School of Arts and Humanities and School of the Humanities and Social Sciences

1. The sums received from the Board of Cambridge in America representing donations from Mr Robert C. ‘Peter’ Milton and others including a bequest from Dr Timothy Joyce and Trinity College to support a John Harvard Professorship in the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences shall form a fund called the John Harvard Professorship Fund. The Fund may include other sums received from other bodies or persons for the same purpose.

2. The John Harvard Professorship in the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences shall be tenable concurrently with a Professorship in an institution in either the School of Arts and Humanities or the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences.

3. Each John Harvard Professor shall be elected for a tenure of up to five years under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) by the General Board on the recommendation of an Advisory Committee including representatives of each of the Schools of Arts and Humanities and the Humanities and Social Sciences.

4. When a John Harvard Professor is to be elected the Vice-Chancellor shall publish a Notice inviting applications from any Professor whose Professorship is established in an institution in the School of Arts and Humanities or the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences alternately.

5. In addition to her or his statutory duties under Statute C I and Special Ordinance C (vii) A it shall be the duty of the Professor to undertake and promote research in the arts humanities or social sciences relevant to the present day.

6. The Managers of the John Harvard Professorship Fund shall be the Heads of the Schools of Arts and Humanities and the Humanities and Social Sciences.

7. The income of the Fund shall be applied for the following purposes:

(a) such contributions towards the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University during her or his period of tenure as may be approved by the Managers;

(b) such payments in support of the research of the Professor as may be approved by the Managers.

8. Any unexpended income in any financial year may at the discretion of the Managers be accumulated and added to the capital of the Fund or be held as an income reserve and expended in any one or more subsequent years in accordance with Regulation 7 above.

Professor of Early Modern French Literature and Culture.63 2013. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Early Modern French Literature and Culture shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of German History and Thought.63 2013. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of German History and Thought shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Italian and Romance Linguistics.63 2013. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Italian and Romance Linguistics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Genome Biology. 2013. Genetics

The Professorship of Genome Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience. 2013. Psychology

The Professorship of Behavioural Neuroscience shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Evolution and Behaviour. 2013. Zoology

The Professorship of Evolution and Behaviour shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Evolutionary Biology. 2013. Zoology

The Professorship of Evolutionary Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Innate Immunity. 2013. Veterinary Medicine

The Professorship of Innate Immunity shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Brain Physics. 2013. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Brain Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Therapeutics. 2013. Medicine

The Professorship of Therapeutics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Economic Theory. 2013. Economics

The Professorship of Economic Theory shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Economics. 2013. Economics

The Professorship of Economics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Early Modern European History. 2013. History

The Professorship of Early Modern European History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Social Theory. 2013. Sociology

The Professorship of Social Theory shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Philosophy of Science. 2013. History and Philosophy of Science

The Professorship of Philosophy of Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Petrology. 2013. Earth Sciences

The Professorship of Petrology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cymatogeny. 2013. Earth Sciences

The Professorship of Cymatogeny shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Applied Mathematics. 2013. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Applied Mathematics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mathematical Astrophysics. 2013. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Mathematical Astrophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Physics. 2013. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Theoretical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mathematical Sciences. 2013. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Mathematical Sciences shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Statistics. 2013. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Statistics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Chemistry. 2013. Chemistry

The Professorship of Theoretical Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. 2013. Chemistry

The Professorship of Chemistry and Chemical Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Materials Physics. 2013. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Materials Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Quantum Electronics. 2013. Physics

The Professorship of Quantum Electronics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Innovation and Organization. 2013. Judge Business School

The Professorship of Innovation and Organization shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Information Engineering. 2013. Engineering

The Professorship of Information Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Civil Engineering. 2013. Engineering

The Professorship of Civil Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mechanical Engineering. 2013. Engineering

The Professorship of Mechanical Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Photonic Engineering. 2013. Engineering

The Professorship of Photonic Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Neurotechnology. 2013. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

The Professorship of Neurotechnology shall be limited to one tenure.

Van Geest Professorship.50 2013. Clinical Neurosciences

The Van Geest Professorship shall be limited to one tenure.

Professorship.50 2013. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship shall be limited to one tenure.

Stephen W. Hawking Professor of Cosmology. 2014. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

1. The gift of $2m from the Avery-Tsui Foundation to commemorate the scientific work of Professor S. W. Hawking Emeritus Lucasian Professor of Mathematics shall be used to establish the Stephen W. Hawking Professorship. The Professorship is assigned to the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and the Professor shall be concerned with the study of cosmology which for this purpose shall include analysis as to the origins of matter and of the universe theoretical cosmology and gravitation and all other fields of academic scholarship as may from time to time be generally considered cosmology and theoretical physics.

2. The sums received from the Avery-Tsui Foundation for the endowment of the Stephen W. Hawking Professorship shall constitute a fund called the Avery Tsui Fund.

3. The income of the Fund shall be used for the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor (or of the post of Director of Research during such period as Emeritus Professor Stephen W. Hawking holds such post) payable by the University.

4. Any income not spent in a financial year may be added to the capital of the fund for a period of 21 years from receipt of the gift from the Avery-Tsui Foundation.

5. A Professor shall be elected in accordance with Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c)(iii) by the General Board on the advice of a committee which shall be established as if it were a Board of Electors constituted under Special Ordinance C (vii) B.4 but including the Master of Trinity Hall as an additional member. A Professor so elected shall hold the title of Stephen Hawking Professor for seven years in the first instance. The General Board on the recommendation of a committee constituted for the purpose shall have the power to extend that period for five years and in an exceptional case for a further five years.

6. A person who has held the Professorship for over eleven and a half years and who remains an employee of the University or who has retired under the Statutes or Ordinances may use the title of ‘Stephen W. Hawking Professor Laureate’ or ‘Hawking Professor Laureate’ and this title may be used in conjunction with any other title or titles.

Professor of Climate Change Policy.56 2014. Land Economy

The Professorship of Climate Change Policy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Immunology and Infectious Diseases. 2014. Medicine

The Professorship of Immunology and Infectious Diseases shall be limited to one tenure.

Royal Society Research Professor of Molecular Cancer Biology. 2014. Oncology

The Royal Society Research Professorship of Molecular Cancer Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Catalan Studies.63 2014. Modern and Medieval Languages

The Professorship of Catalan Studies shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Music History.  2014. Music

The Professorship of Music History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Genetics and Genomics. 2014. Genetics

The Professorship of Genetics and Genomics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cell Biology.  2014. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

The Professorship of Cell Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor in Photosynthesis. 2014. Plant Sciences

The Professorship in Photosynthesis shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cell Signalling. 2014. Plant Sciences

The Professorship of Cell Signalling shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Evolutionary Biology. 2014. Zoology

The Professorship of Evolutionary Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Developmental Endocrinology. 2014. Clinical Biochemistry

The Professorship of Developmental Endocrinology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Imaging Chemistry. 2014. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Molecular Imaging Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cancer Prevention. 2014. Oncology

The Professorship of Cancer Prevention shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of South Asian History. 2014. History

The Professorship of South Asian History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Intellectual History. 2014. History

The Professorship of Intellectual History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Social Anthropology.62 2014. Social Anthropology

The Professorship of Social Anthropology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Tax Law. 2014. Law

The Professorship of Tax Law shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of the Law of Real Property. 2014. Land Economy

The Professorship of the Law of Real Property shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Evolutionary Palaeobiology.  2014. Earth Sciences

The Professorship of Evolutionary Palaeobiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Quantum Physics. 2014. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Quantum Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mathematics.  2014. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Mathematics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemistry.  2014. Chemistry

The Professorship of Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemistry.  2014. Chemistry

The Professorship of Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Quantum Physics. 2014. Physics

The Professorship of Quantum Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Experimental Physics. 2014. Physics

The Professorship of Experimental Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Physics. 2014. Physics

The Professorship of Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Business Economics. 2014. Judge Business School

The Professorship of Business Economics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mobile Systems. 2014. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Mobile Systems shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computer Engineering. 2014. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Computer Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Engineering and the Environment. 2014. Engineering

The Professorship of Engineering and the Environment shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. 2014. Engineering

The Professorship of Civil and Environmental Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Machine Learning. 2014. Engineering

The Professorship of Machine Learning shall be limited to one tenure.

Genzyme Professor of Neuroimmunology.  2014. Clinical Neurosciences

The Genzyme Professorship of Neuroimmunology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of History of Art. 2015. History of Art

Professor of Finance. 2015. Judge Business School

The Professorship of Finance shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Management Accounting. 2015. Judge Business School

The Professorship of Management Accounting shall be limited to one tenure.

LEGO Professor of Play in Education Development and Learning. 2015. Education

1. The benefaction received from the LEGO Foundation as permanent endowment to be held on trust by the University together with other sums allocated for the same purpose to advance research in the role of play in education development and learning especially in early childhood by supporting a Professorship of Play in Education Development and Learning shall form a fund called the LEGO Professorship of Play in Education Development and Learning Endowment Fund.

2. The Managers shall be responsible for the administration of the Fund and the application of its income and shall comprise the Head of the Faculty of Education who shall be Chair the Head of the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences and up to three persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Education for such period as the Board shall determine.

3. The first charge on the income of the Fund shall be the payment of the stipend national insurance pension contributions and associated indirect costs of the Professor payable by the University.

4. Any unexpended income including income accrued during a vacancy in the Professorship may at the discretion of the Managers:

  1. (a)with the approval of the Faculty Board of Education be applied to support the work of the Professor in such manner as may be recommended by the Managers;
  2. (b)with the approval of the General Board be applied to support research in the field of play in education development and learning in the University in such manner as may be recommended by the Managers;
  3. (c)be accumulated for use as income in accordance with Regulations 3 and 4(a) and (b) in any one or more subsequent years.

Janeway Professor of Financial Economics.51 2015. Economics

Professor of Respiratory Science. 2015. Medicine

The Professorship of Respiratory Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Metaphysics and Poetics. 2015. Divinity

The Professorship of Metaphysics and Poetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Celtic and Medieval Studies. 2015. Anglo-Saxon Norse and Celtic

The Professorship of Celtic and Medieval Studies shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Music Theory and Analysis. 2015. Music

The Professorship of Music Theory and Analysis shall be limited to one tenure. 

Professor of Synthetic Biology. 2015. Plant Sciences

The Professorship of Synthetic Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cell and Membrane Biology. 2015. Clinical Biochemistry

The Professorship of Cell and Membrane Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cognitive Neurology. 2015. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Cognitive Neurology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Human Genetics. 2015. Haematology

The Professorship of Human Genetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Medical Genetics and Neurodevelopment. 2015. Medical Genetics

The Professorship of Medical Genetics and Neurodevelopment shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cancer and Developmental Biology. 2015.  Oncology

The Professorship of Cancer and Developmental Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Regenerative Medicine. 2015. Surgery

The Professorship of Regenerative Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Economics and Philosophy. 2015. Economics

The Professorship of Economics and Philosophy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Arts Creativities and Education. 2015. Education

The Professorship of Arts Creativities and Education shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Science Education. 2015. Education

The Professorship of Science Education shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of American History. 2015. History

The Professorship of American History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Historical Anthropology.62 2015. Social Anthropology

The Professorship of Historical Anthropology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of European Prehistory.62 2015. Archaeology

The Professorship of European Prehistory shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Prehistoric Europe and Heritage Studies.62 2015. Archaeology

The Professorship of Prehistoric Europe and Heritage Studies shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Public Law. 2015. Law

The Professorship of Public Law shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Jurisprudence. 2015. Law

The Professorship of Jurisprudence shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Law and Public Policy. 2015. Land Economy

The Professorship of Law and Public Policy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Environmental Economics and Public Policy. 2015. Land Economy

The Professorship of Environmental Economics and Public Policy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Metamorphic Petrology. 2015. Earth Sciences

The Professorship of Metamorphic Petrology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Environmental and Industrial Fluid Dynamics. 2015. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Environmental and Industrial Fluid Dynamics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Probability. 2015. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Probability shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mathematics. 2015. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Mathematics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Biological and Biomedical Chemistry. 2015. Chemistry

The Professorship of Biological and Biomedical Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Physical Chemistry and Biophysics. 2015. Chemistry

The Professorship of Physical Chemistry and Biophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Supramolecular and Polymer Chemistry. 2015. Chemistry

The Professorship of Supramolecular and Polymer Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Superalloys. 2015. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Superalloys shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Physics. 2015. Physics

The Professorship of Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Physics. 2015. Physics

The Professorship of Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Strategy and Innovation. 2015. Judge Business School

The Professorship of Strategy and Innovation shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Interdisciplinary Design. 2015. Computer Science and Technology

The Professorship of Interdisciplinary Design shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Structural Engineering. 2015. Engineering

The Professorship of Structural Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Electronic Engineering. 2015. Engineering

The Professorship of Electronic Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Thermofluid Dynamics. 2015. Engineering

The Professorship of Thermofluid Dynamics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Soft Solids and Surfaces. 2015. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

The Professorship of Soft Solids and Surfaces shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Astronomy. 2015. Institute of Astronomy

The Professorship of Astronomy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Infrastructure Geotechnics. 2015. Engineering

Professor of Otology and Skull Base Surgery. 2016. Clinical Neurosciences

The Professorship of Otology and Skull Base Surgery shall be limited to one tenure.

El-Erian Professor of Economics. 2016. Economics

Sir David Williams Professor of Public Law. 2016. Law

Professor of Public Policy. 2016. Politics and International Studies

Russell R. Geiger Professor of Crop Science. 2016. Plant Sciences

Professor of Information and Communications. 2016. Engineering

Professor of Computer Science. 2016. Computer Science and Technology

Professor of Architecture and Urban Studies. 2016. Architecture

The Professorship of Architecture and Urban Studies shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Latin Literature. 2016. Classics

The Professorship of Latin Literature shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Classics and Ancient History. 2016. Classics

The Professorship of Classics and Ancient History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Reformation History. 2016. Divinity

The Professorship of Reformation History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Metabolism and Nutrition. 2016. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Metabolism and Nutrition shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Synthetic and Chemical Biology. 2016. Biochemistry

The Professorship of Synthetic and Chemical Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Viral Pathogenesis. 2016. Pathology

The Professorship of Viral Pathogenesis shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Forest Ecology and Conservation. 2016. Plant Sciences

The Professorship of Forest Ecology and Conservation shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience. 2016. Psychology

The Professorship of Behavioural Neuroscience shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Leukaemia Stem Cell Biology. 2016. Haematology

The Professorship of Leukaemia Stem Cell Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Clinical Cancer Medicine. 2016. Oncology

The Professorship of Clinical Cancer Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cancer Development. 2016. Oncology

The Professorship of Cancer Development shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Econometrics. 2016. Economics

The Professorship of Econometrics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Aesthetic Development. 2016. Education

The Professorship of Aesthetic Development shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of the History of Southeast Asia. 2016. History

The Professorship of the History of Southeast Asia shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Economic and Social History. 2016. History

The Professorship of Economic and Social History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Political Economy. 2016. Politics and International Studies

The Professorship of Political Economy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of History of Science and Medicine. 2016. History and Philosophy of Science

The Professorship of History of Science and Medicine shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Coastal Dynamics. 2016. Geography

The Professorship of Coastal Dynamics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Fluid Mechanics. 2016. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Fluid Mechanics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mathematical Statistics. 2016. Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

The Professorship of Mathematical Statistics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Stellar Evolution. 2016. Institute of Astronomy

The Professorship of Stellar Evolution shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Astrophysics. 2016. Institute of Astronomy

The Professorship of Astrophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Atmospheric Science. 2016. Chemistry

The Professorship of Atmospheric Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Materials Science. 2016. Materials Science and Metallurgy

The Professorship of Materials Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Biological Physics. 2016. Physics

The Professorship of Biological Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Applied Physics. 2016. Physics

The Professorship of Applied Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Organizational Ethnography. 2016. Judge Business School

The Professorship of Organizational Ethnography shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Modelling. 2016. Engineering

The Professorship of Molecular Modelling shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Structural Mechanics. 2016. Engineering

The Professorship of Structural Mechanics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Nanotechnology. 2016. Engineering

The Professorship of Nanotechnology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Microsystems Technology. 2016. Engineering

The Professorship of Microsystems Technology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemical Engineering Science. 2016. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

The Professorship of Chemical Engineering Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Al-Kindi Professorship.60 2017. Genetics

Professor of Nonlinear Mathematical Science. 2017. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

The Professorship of Nonlinear Mathematical Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cell Biology. 2017.  Clinical Biochemistry

Grace 1 of 30 November 2016

The Professorship of Cell Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Oncological Imaging. 2017. Radiology

Grace 1 of 30 November 2016

The Professorship of Oncological Imaging shall be limited to one tenure.

Bennett Professor of Public Policy.57 2017. Politics and International Studies

Grace 1 of 30 November 2016

Dr John C. Taylor Professor of Public Innovation.58 2017. Engineering

Grace 1 of 30 November 2016

Professor of International Law. 2017. Law

Grace 1 of 15 February 2017

The Professorship of International Law shall be limited to one tenure for the period from 1 October 2017 to 30 September 2024.

Jennifer Ward Oppenheimer Professor of the Deep History and Archaeology of Africa.6162 2017. Archaeology

Grace 1 of 10 May 2017

Professor of Organic Chemistry. 2017. Chemistry

Grace 3 of 7 June 2017

The Professorship of Organic Chemistry shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of the History and Culture of the Maghrib. 2017. Middle Eastern Studies

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of the History and Culture of the Maghrib shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Ancient Philosophy. 2017. Classics

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Ancient Philosophy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of the Philosophy of Religion. 2017. Divinity

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of the Philosophy of Religion shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of French Linguistics and Language Change. 2017. Modern and Medieval Languages

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of French Linguistics and Language Change shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computational Linguistics. 2017. Modern and Medieval Languages

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Computational Linguistics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Structural Biology. 2017. Biochemistry

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Structural Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Evolutionary Genetics.  2017. Genetics

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Evolutionary Genetics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of RNA Virology. 2017. Pathology

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of RNA Virology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Structural Pharmacology. 2017. Pharmacology

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Structural Pharmacology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Embryonic Pluripotency. 2017. Physiology Development and Neuroscience

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Embryonic Pluripotency shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Pathophysiology. 2017. Veterinary Medicine

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Pathophysiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Metabolism. 2017. Clinical Biochemistry

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Molecular Metabolism shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Clinical Autoimmunity. 2017. Medicine

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Clinical Autoimmunity shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Molecular Medicine and Stem Cell Genomics. 2017. Medicine

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Molecular Medicine and Stem Cell Genomics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Paediatric Epidemiology. 2017. Paediatrics

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Paediatric Epidemiology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cancer Risk Prediction. 2017. Public Health and Primary Care

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Cancer Risk Prediction shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Population Health and Nutrition. 2017. Public Health and Primary Care

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Population Health and Nutrition shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Transplant Surgery. 2017. Surgery

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Transplant Surgery shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Macroeconomics. 2017. Economics

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Macroeconomics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Early Modern History. 2017. History

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Early Modern History shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Human Evolutionary Biology and Prehistory. 2017. Archaeology

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Human Evolutionary Biology and Prehistory shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Criminal and Penal Justice. 2017. Law

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Criminal and Penal Justice shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Earth and Planetary Materials. 2017. Earth Sciences

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Earth and Planetary Materials shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Political Economy. 2017. Geography

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Political Economy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Mathematical Biology.  2017. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Mathematical Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Applied Mathematics. 2017. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Applied Mathematics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics. 2017. Institute of Astronomy

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Cosmology and Astrophysics shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Surface Science. 2017. Chemistry

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Surface Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Chemical and Molecular Biology. 2017. Chemistry

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Chemical and Molecular Biology shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Energy and Sustainability. 2017. Chemistry

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Energy and Sustainability shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Macromolecular Materials Science. 2017. Materials Science and Metallurgy

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Macromolecular Materials Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Theoretical Physics. 2017. Physics

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Theoretical Physics shall be limited to one tenure.

Diageo Professor of Organisation Studies. 2017. Judge Business School

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Diageo Professorship of Organisation Studies shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Security and Privacy. 2017. Computer Science and Technology

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Security and Privacy shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Language and Information. 2017. Computer Science and Technology

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Language and Information shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Engineering Sustainability. 2017. Engineering

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Engineering Sustainability shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Civil Engineering. 2017. Engineering

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Civil Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Computational Neuroscience. 2017. Engineering

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Computational Neuroscience shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Biomedical Engineering. 2017. Engineering

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Biomedical Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Fluid Mechanics and the Environment. 2017. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Fluid Mechanics and the Environment shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Colloid Science. 2017. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Colloid Science shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Microstructure Engineering. 2017. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Grace 4 of 5 July 2017

The Professorship of Microstructure Engineering shall be limited to one tenure.

Professor of Cancer Sciences. 2018. Oncology

Grace 3 of 15 March 2017

The Professorship of Cancer Sciences shall be limited to one tenure.

Expenses of non-resident Electors to Professorships

1. A non-resident Elector to a Professorship shall be entitled to reimbursement of his or her expenses in respect of any visit connected with an election to a Professorship up to a sum not exceeding the return railway fare between Cambridge and the Elector's normal place of residence or other place approved by the Finance Committee of the Council together with a subsistence allowance in accordance with rates to be determined from time to time by the Finance Committee.

2. For the purposes of the preceding regulation a Committee appointed by the General Board to advise it in its choice of a person for election to any Professorship to which elections are made by the Board under the authority of Special Ordinance C (vii) B.1(c) shall be treated as a Board of Electors.

Readers and Readerships

1. Save as provided in Regulation 4

  1. Appointments to Readership.
    (a)every appointment to a Readership of which the work falls preponderantly within the scope of one Faculty or Department or other institution under the supervision of the General Board shall be made by a Committee consisting of the members of the Appointments Committee for the institution concerned and two persons appointed by the General Board for the particular occasion unless a special appointing body has been constituted in the Report proposing the creation of the Readership;
  2. (b)every appointment to a Readership of which the work does not fall preponderantly within the scope of any one Faculty or Department or other institution under the supervision of the General Board shall be made by a special appointing body constituted as follows: an Appointments Committee constituted in accordance with the provisions of Special Ordinance C (x) 3 and two persons appointed by the General Board for the particular occasion.

2. At least one member of every appointing body constituted under Regulation 1 shall be a person not resident in the University nor officially connected with it. A non-resident member of the Committee appointed for the occasion of an appointment to a Readership shall be entitled to reimbursement of his or her expenses in respect of any visit connected with such appointment to a Readership up to a sum not exceeding the return railway fare between Cambridge and the member's normal place of residence or other place approved by the Finance Committee of the Council together with a subsistence allowance in accordance with rates to be determined from time to time by the Finance Committee.

3. Every appointment to a Readership under Regulations 1 and 2 shall require the attendance of at least two-thirds of the members of the appointing body and the concurrence of the votes of not fewer than five members.

4. When the creation of a Readership for a particular person is contemplated the proposal shall be submitted to the University on the recommendation of the General Board in the form of a Grace authorizing the Board to appoint that person.

Restrictions.

5. The amount of instruction given by a Reader on behalf of a College or Colleges shall not except with the consent of the General Board exceed eight hours a week or if the Reader is also a Tutor or Bursar or an Assistant Tutor or Assistant Bursar or Steward four hours a week.

6. In any Statute or Ordinance the term ‘Reader' shall not include the Sandars Readership in Bibliography.

In addition to Readerships created under Regulation 4 above for particular persons and other single-tenure Readerships the following Readerships are established in the University:

Sir William Dunn Readership in Biochemistry (1922)

assigned to the Department of Biochemistry.

Readership in Cell Biology (2005)

assigned to the Department of Pathology.

Readership in Econometrics (2005)52

assigned to the Faculty of Economics.

Readership in Economics (2006)

assigned to the Faculty of Economics.

Readership in Economics (2006)

assigned to the Faculty of Economics.

Readership in Education (2006)

assigned to the Faculty of Education.

Readership in Education (2006)

assigned to the Faculty of Education.

Readership in Physics (2006)

assigned to the Department of Physics.

Readership in Physics (2006)

assigned to the Department of Physics.

Readership in Pure Mathematics (2006)

assigned to the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics.

Readership in Social Anthropology (2006) 62

assigned to the Department of Social Anthropology.

Readership in Sociology (2006)

assigned to the Department of Sociology.

Readership in Human Resources and Organizational Behaviour (2007)

assigned to Judge Business School.

Readership in Operations Management (2007)

assigned to Judge Business School.

Readership in Economics (2010)

assigned to the Faculty of Economics.

Readership in Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics (2010)

assigned to the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics.

Readership in Real Estate and Housing Finance (2011)

assigned to the Department of Land Economy.

Readership in Quantitative Sociology (2013)

assigned to the Department of Sociology.

Readership in Operations Management (2013)

assigned to Judge Business School.

Readership in Entrepreneurship (2013)

assigned to Judge Business School.

Readership in Corporate Law (2014) .

Readership in Development Economics (2015)

assigned to the Faculty of Economics.

Readership in Economics and Policy (2015)

assigned to Judge Business School.

Readership in Respiratory Medicine (2015)

assigned to the Department of Medicine.

Readership in Synthetic Biology (2016)

assigned to the Department of Engineering.

Readership in Classical Arabic Studies (2017)

assigned to the Department of Middle Eastern Studies.

University Senior Lecturers

Appointments.

Appointments and reappointments to the office of University Senior Lecturer shall be made by the Appointments Committee for the Faculty or Department or other institution concerned in accordance with the provisions of Special Ordinance C (x) 2–6 for University Lecturers provided that where an appointment is made through promotion the appointment shall be made by the General Board.

Assistant Directors of Development Studies

Amended by Grace 3 of 19 July 2017

Number.

1. There shall be such number of University offices53 of Assistant Director of Development Studies as the General Board may from time to time determine.

Appointments.

2. Appointments and reappointments to the University office of Assistant Director of Development Studies shall be made by an Appointments Committee consisting of:

  1. (a)the Vice-Chancellor (or a duly appointed deputy) as Chair;
  2. (b)the Chair of the Faculty Board of Economics and the Heads of the Departments of Archaeology and of Land Economy;
  3. (c)the Chair of the Development Studies Committee;
  4. (d)one person appointed by the Board of Land Economy;
  5. (e)one person appointed by each of the Faculty Boards of Economics and of Human Social and Political Science;
  6. (f)two persons appointed by the General Board.

The appointed members shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term of each calendar year of which the number is even to serve for the two calendar years next ensuing.

Duties.

3. The duties of an Assistant Director of Development Studies shall be determined by the General Board.

Restrictions.

4. An Assistant Director of Development Studies shall not engage in teaching other than teaching given on behalf of the University or a College or Colleges. The amount of teaching given by an Assistant Director of Development Studies on behalf of a College or Colleges shall not exceed six hours a week except with the specific approval of the General Board.

Assistant Directors of Research and Senior Assistants in Research

Appointments.

1. Appointments and reappointments to a University office53 of Assistant Director of Research and to a University office53 of Senior Assistant in Research shall be made by the Appointments Committee or other appointing body for the Faculty or other institution concerned.

Duties.

2. The duties of an Assistant Director of Research or a Senior Assistant in Research (unless determined by Grace) shall be determined by the General Board after consulting the Faculty Board or other authority concerned; these duties shall normally relate to the periods of Full Term but the General Board shall have power to reckon duties performed in vacation as if they were performed in Full Term.

Restrictions.

3. Except with the leave of the General Board Assistant Directors of Research and Senior Assistants in Research shall not engage in teaching other than teaching on behalf of the University or a College or Colleges. The amount of teaching given by an Assistant Director of Research or a Senior Assistant in Research on behalf of a College or Colleges shall not exceed six hours a week.

OFFICERS OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED IN THE SCHEDULE TO SPECIAL ORDINANCE C (i) 1

Associate Lecturers

An Associate Lecturer shall conform to such conditions of residence as may be determined by the Faculty Board or other body concerned subject to the approval of the General Board.

Clinical Lecturers

Appointments Committees.

1. Unless Regulation 2 below applies appointments and reappointments to an office of Clinical Lecturer shall be made by an Appointments Committee which shall consist of the following members:

  1. (a)the Regius Professor of Physic as Chair (or deputy nominated in accordance with Regulation 5 below);
  2. (b)either(i)when the Lectureship is established in a Department the Head of that Department (or nominated deputy);
  3. or(ii)when the Lectureship is established in a Faculty the Chair of the Faculty Board;
  4. (c)either(i)when the Lectureship is established within the School of Clinical Medicine three persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine;
  5. or(ii)when the Lectureship is established within a School other than the School of Clinical Medicine the members in class (c) of the Appointments Committee of the Faculty concerned;
  6. (d)the Regional Postgraduate Dean (or nominated representative);
  7. (e)two persons appointed by the General Board who shall not have a healthcare qualification;
  8. (f)if the Lectureship is established in a Department but funded and accommodated within an institute recognized by the relevant Council of the School the Head of that institute (or a nominated deputy);
  9. (g)two (or where the funding so requires up to four) persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine on the nomination of the appropriate NHS Trust as additional members of the Committee for the purpose of the particular appointment. These persons would normally include the relevant training programme director and the clinical academic lead for the specialty concerned.

2. If the General Board decides that the duties of a particular Clinical Lectureship concern more than one Faculty or Department and specifies the institutions concerned the appointment to such an office shall be made by a special Appointments Committee constituted as follows:

  1. (a)the Regius Professor of Physic as Chair (or deputy nominated in accordance with Regulation 5 below);
  2. (b)the Head (or nominated deputy) of each Department specified as concerned;
  3. (c)for each Faculty or Department specified as concerned a number of persons appointed by the appropriate Faculty Board or Boards or by the comparable authority or authorities to be determined as follows:
  4. either(i)for each of two Faculties or Departments two persons;
  5. or(ii)for each of more than two Faculties or Departments one person;
  6. (d)the Regional Postgraduate Dean (or nominated representative);
  7. (e)two persons appointed by the General Board who shall not have a healthcare qualification;
  8. (f)if the Lectureship is funded and accommodated within one or more institutes recognized by the relevant Councils of the School the Heads of those institutes (or nominated deputies);
  9. (g)where the duties concern more than one Faculty the Chair of the Board of each Faculty (or nominated representative) which is specified by the General Board as concerned;
  10. (h)two (or where the funding so requires up to four) persons appointed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine on the nomination of the appropriate NHS Trust as additional members of the Committee for the purpose of the particular appointment. These persons would normally include the relevant training programme director and the clinical academic lead for the specialty concerned.
Quorum.

3. The quorum for any Appointments Committee constituted in accordance with Regulation 1 or 2 above will be as agreed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine from time to time.

4. Appointments by any Appointments Committee constituted in accordance with Regulation 1 or 2 above shall be made with the concurrence of a number of votes as agreed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Medicine from time to time.

Chair and Deputy.

5. The Chair of any Appointments Committee constituted in accordance with Regulation 1 or 2 above may appoint a deputy to act in her or his place for the purpose of the particular appointment. The person so appointed shall be either the Deputy Head of the School of Clinical Medicine or a member in class (e) of the Appointments Committee concerned.

Provisions for members.

6. The following provisions shall apply to appointed members of any Appointments Committee constituted in accordance with Regulation 1 or 2 above:

  1. (a)members shall be appointed in the Michaelmas Term of each calendar year of which the number is even to serve during the two calendar years next ensuing; provided that when an Appointments Committee is newly constituted in accordance with Regulation 1 or 2 above or is reconstituted in accordance with Regulation 2 in view of a change in the institutions specified by the General Board as concerned in the duties of the office the appointed members of the new Appointments Committee shall be appointed forthwith and shall serve until the end of the next calendar year of which the number is even;
  2. (b)no person shall be appointed or reappointed a member under classes (c) (e) (g) or (h) of an Appointments Committee constituted under Regulation 1 or 2 above who at the commencement of her or his period of service is not employed by the University or a regional Trust.
Tenure.

7. Appointments to a Clinical Lectureship shall be for four years excluding any period of leave approved by the General Board under Special Ordinance C (i) 2 (a) (b) or (c).

Eligibility.

8. A Clinical Lecturer shall hold qualifications entitling her or him to be registered with the General Medical Council as a Medical Practitioner and shall be eligible to be appointed to an honorary appointment in the National Health Service.

Duties.

9. The duties of a Clinical Lecturer which shall include clinical responsibility in addition to teaching and research shall be determined by the Faculty Board or other body concerned subject to the approval of the General Board and those duties shall apply throughout the year save for such period or periods not exceeding six weeks in all in any one academical year as may be agreed if the Lecturer holds an office assigned to a Department by the Head of the Department concerned or if the Lecturer holds an office assigned to the Faculty of Clinical Medicine by the Regius Professor of Physic.

Residence.

10. A Clinical Lecturer shall conform to such conditions of residence as may be determined by the Faculty Board or other body concerned with the approval of the General Board.

Restrictions.

11. A Clinical Lecturer shall not be a Tutor Assistant Tutor Director of Studies Steward Bursar or Assistant Bursar of College. A Clinical Lecturer shall undertake teaching on behalf of the University or a College or Colleges or on behalf of the University Hospital an Associate Teaching Hospital an Associate Teaching General Practice or other institution associated with the University as the Faculty Board may have approved for the purposes of the regulations for the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. A Clinical Lecturer shall not undertake additional teaching other than the delivery of occasional lectures. The amount of teaching given by a Clinical Lecturer on behalf of a College or Colleges shall not normally exceed four hours a week and should be agreed with the relevant Head of Department.

Principal Computer Officers Senior Computer Officers and Computer Officers

Offices and stipends.

1. There shall be University offices of Principal Computer Officer Senior Computer Officer and four grades of the University office of Computer Officer Grades I II III and IV. The stipend of the office of Principal Computer Officer Senior Computer Officer and the scale of stipends for each grade of Computer Officer except where those offices are in the University Offices shall be determined by the Council with the concurrence of the General Board.

Establishment and duties.

2. The establishment and the duties of Principal Computer Officers Senior Computer Officers and Computer Officers in an institution shall be determined from time to time by the Council or by the General Board as the case may be on the recommendation of the authority concerned.

Appointments and reappointments.

3. Appointments and reappointments to the offices of Principal Computer Officer Senior Computer Officer and Computer Officers in Grades I II III and IV shall be made in accordance with arrangements agreed from time to time by the competent authority.

Senior Language Teaching Officers

Number.

1. There shall be such number of University offices of Senior Language Teaching Officer as the General Board shall approve on the recommendation of the Faculty Board concerned.

Appointments.

2. Appointments and reappointments to an office of Senior Language Teaching Officer shall be made by the Appointments Committee for the Faculty concerned.

Duties.

3. The duties of a Senior Language Teaching Officer shall be determined by the Faculty Board concerned subject to the approval of the General Board.

Restrictions.

4. A Senior Language Teaching Officer shall not engage in teaching other than teaching given on behalf of the University or a College or Colleges. The amount of teaching given by a Senior Language Teaching Officer on behalf of a College or Colleges shall not exceed six hours a week.

Language Teaching Officers

Number.

1. The number of University offices of Language Teaching Officer shall be determined for each Faculty by the Faculty Board (or if the Faculty is organized in Departments for each Department by the Faculty Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department concerned) subject to the approval of the General Board.

Appointments.

2. Appointments and reappointments to an office of Language Teaching Officer shall be made by the Faculty Board concerned (or if the Faculty is organized in Departments by the Faculty Board on the recommendation of the Head of the Department concerned) subject to the approval of the General Board.

Duties.

3. The duties of a Language Teaching Officer shall be determined by the Faculty Board concerned subject to the approval of the General Board.

Restrictions.

4. A Language Teaching Officer shall not engage in teaching other than teaching given on behalf of the University or a College or Colleges. The amount of teaching given on behalf of a College or Colleges shall not exceed six hours a week.

Lectors in Languages

Number.

1. There shall be such number of University offices of Lector in Languages as the General Board shall determine.

Appointments.

2. Appointments and reappointments to an office of Lector shall be made by the Head of the Department concerned if the Faculty is organized in Departments or if the Faculty is not so organized by the Faculty Board.

Tenure.

3. A Lector shall be appointed in the first instance for one or two years as may be decided by the appointing authority at the time of appointment. The tenure of a Lector may subject to the approval of the General Board be extended for one year at a time provided that the total tenure shall not exceed five years.

Stipend.

4. The stipend of a Lector shall be non-pensionable and shall be fixed by the Faculty Board subject to the approval of the General Board.

Duties.

5. A Lector shall perform such teaching duties as are determined (a) by the Head of the Department subject to the approval of the Faculty Board if the Faculty is organized in Departments or (b) if the Faculty is not so organized by the Faculty Board. A Lector shall not undertake for remuneration any other teaching during Full Term without the permission of the Faculty Board.

Librarians of certain Faculties Departments and other institutions

Appointments.

1. Appointments and reappointments to the University office of Librarian of a Faculty Department or other institution specified in Schedule I Schedule II or Schedule III to these regulations shall be made in accordance with the arrangements to be agreed from time to time by the competent authority.

Librarians: three grades.
Stipends.

2. There shall be three grades Grades A B and C in which an office of Librarian may be placed and the grade of a particular such office shall be determined by the General Board after consultation with the Faculty Board or other body responsible for the management of the institution concerned. The scales of stipends of such offices of Librarian shall correspond with the scales of stipends of offices on the staff of the University Library as follows:

Scale for office in the Schedule

Scale for office in the University Library

 

Grade A

  Under-Librarian

 
 

Grade B

  Assistant Under-Librarian

 
 

Grade C

  Assistant Library Officer

 
Duties.

3. The duties attached to an office of Librarian of a Faculty Department or other institution shall be determined by the General Board after consultation with the Faculty Board or other body responsible for the management of the institution concerned and may include teaching on behalf of the University not exceeding twenty hours’ lectures or equivalent teaching in any one year.

Member of Faculty.

4. Each Librarian of a Faculty Department or Sub-department within a Faculty shall be a member of the Faculty concerned under Regulation 1(b) of the Regulations for Faculty Membership.

Other offices.

5. Where the special regulations for a particular University office provide that appointments and reappointments to the office shall be made by the Appointments Committee for Librarians the above regulations shall apply to that office subject to any modifications contained in the special regulations for the particular office.

6. The General Board shall have power to make alterations in the list of Faculties Departments and other institutions specified in the Schedules as it may from time to time think fit.

SCHEDULE I

 

Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

 

Faculty of Classics

 

Faculty of Divinity

 

Faculty of Economics (Marshall Library)

 

Faculty of Education

 

Faculty of English

 

Faculty of History (Seeley Library)

 

Faculty of Human Social and Political Science

 

Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages

 

Faculty of Music (Pendlebury Library)

 

Faculty of Philosophy

SCHEDULE II

 

Faculty of Architecture and History of Art

SCHEDULE III

 

Institute of Criminology

 

Department of Engineering

 

Department of Geography

 

Department of History and Philosophy of Science

 

Language Centre

 

Judge Institute of Management

 

Scott Polar Research Institute

 

Centre of South Asian Studies

Secretaries and Superintendents of Faculties Departments and other institutions under the supervision of the General Board

Appointments and reappointments.

1. Appointments and reappointments to the offices listed in Schedules I and II of these regulations shall be made in accordance with arrangements agreed from time to time by the competent authority.

Five grades.

2. There shall be five grades of the office of Secretary Grades A B C* C and D. The grade of a particular office of Secretary shall be determined by the General Board after consultation with the Faculty Board or comparable authority concerned.

Stipends.

3. The scale of stipends of each grade of the office of Secretary of a Faculty Department or other institution shall be determined by the General Board.

Offices in Schedule II.

4. The scale of stipends of any of the offices specified in Schedule II shall be determined by the General Board after consultation with the Faculty Board or comparable authority concerned and save for an office that is there marked with an asterisk shall be the same as the scale of stipends of one of the five grades of the office of Secretary.

Duties.

5. The duties attached to an office of Secretary of an institution specified in Schedule I or to any of the offices specified in Schedule II shall be determined apart from any duties determined by Ordinance by the General Board after consultation with the Faculty Board or comparable authority concerned.

Member of Faculty.

6. The holder of a University office specified in Schedule I or II shall be a member of the Faculty concerned under Regulation 1(b) of the Regulations for Faculty Membership.

7. The General Board shall have power to make alterations in the list of Faculties Departments and other institutions specified in the Schedules as it may from time to time think fit.

SCHEDULE I

Amended by Grace 3 of 19 July 2017 and Notice (Reporter 2016–17 p. 753)

University office of Secretary of a Faculty or Department or other institution

Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Archaeology

Astronomy

Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Chemistry

Computer Science and Technology

Earth Sciences

Economics

Education

Engineering (Administration and Personnel)

Engineering (Finance)

Geography

History and Philosophy of Science

Judge Institute of Management

Language Laboratory

Materials Science and Metallurgy

Pathology

Pharmacology

Physics

Physiology Development and Neuroscience

Psychology

Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Social Anthropology

Veterinary Medicine

SCHEDULE II

Other University offices governed by these regulations

 

 Assistant Secretary of the School of Technology

 

 Assistant Secretaries of the Faculty of Education

 

 Assistant Secretaries of the Department of Engineering

 

 Assistant Secretary of the Department of Chemistry

 

 Assistant Secretary of the Department of Physics

 

 Assistant Secretary of the Department of Veterinary Medicine

 

 Assistant Secretary of the Institute of Astronomy

 

 Superintendent of the Biochemical Laboratory

 Assistant Superintendent of the Department of Pathology

 

*Director of Research (Administration and Development) in the Department of Engineering54

 

 Administrator in the Clinical School

 

 Administrator (Educational Services Manager) in the Judge Institute of Management

 

 Assistant Administrator in the Clinical School

 

 Public Health Aggregate Administrator in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care

Senior Technical Officers

Title and number.

1. There shall be such number of University offices of Senior Technical Officer in each Faculty Department or other institution as the competent authority concerned shall from time to time determine.

Special titles.

2. Special titles that have been given to certain holders of an office of Senior Technical Officer are specified in Schedule I appended to these regulations.

Appointments and reappointments.

3. Appointments and reappointments to the office of Senior Technical Officer shall be made in accordance with arrangements agreed from time to time by the competent authority.

Duties.

4. The duties of a Senior Technical Officer shall be determined by the competent authority after consultation with the Faculty Board or other body concerned.

Restrictions.

5. A Senior Technical Officer shall not undertake for remuneration during Full Term without the consent of the competent authority any teaching other than teaching given on behalf of the University or a College or Colleges or the delivery of occasional lectures. The amount of teaching given by a Senior Technical Officer on behalf of a College or Colleges shall not exceed six hours a week.

Member of Faculty.

6. A Senior Technical Officer shall under Regulation 1(b) of the Regulations for Faculty Membership be a member of the Faculty if any in which his or her office is placed.

SCHEDULE I

Special Titles of Certain Holders of the Office of Senior Technical Officer

Prosector in Anatomy.

Technical Officers

Number.

1. There shall be such number of University offices of Technical Officer in each Faculty Department or other institution as the competent authority concerned shall from time to time determine.

Appointments.

2. Appointments and reappointments to the office of Technical Officer shall be made in accordance with arrangements agreed from time to time by the competent authority.

Duties.

3. The duties of a Technical Officer shall be determined by the Faculty Board or other authority concerned subject to the approval of the competent authority.

Restrictions.

4. A Technical Officer shall not engage in teaching other than teaching given on behalf of the University or a College or Colleges. The amount of teaching given by a Technical Officer on behalf of a College or Colleges shall not exceed six hours a week.

GRANT OF TITLE

Affiliated Lecturers

1. Each Faculty Board or comparable authority shall have power subject to the approval of the General Board to grant the title of Affiliated Lecturer to any person who has been invited by the Faculty Board to give lectures or other instruction as part of the teaching programme of the Faculty under Regulation 7(c) of the General Regulations for the Constitution of Faculty Boards.

2. A person to whom the title of Affiliated Lecturer has been granted shall hold that title for not more than two years at a time. At the end of any such period the title may again be granted for a further period of not more than two years on each occasion.

Footnotes

  1. 1. The Senior Proctor is authorized at his or her discretion to omit the words in nomine Patris et Filii et Spiritus Sancti.a
  2. 2. The Council have determined that the Director of the Academic Division shall have the title of Academic Secretary and the Director of the Registrary's Office shall have the title of Head of the Registrary's Office.a
  3. 3. See p. 677.a
  4. 4. See p. 758.a
  5. 5. See also p. 875.a
  6. 6. The title of the Professorship was amended by a Statute approved by Her Majesty in Council on 21 July 2010.a
  7. 7. By gracious permission of Her Majesty the Professorship was retitled by Instrument delivered to the University by Her Majesty on 19 November 2009.a
  8. 8. The title of the Professorship was enlarged by a Statute approved by His Majesty in Council on 26 June 1933.a
  9. 9. Retitled by Grace 2 of 7 March 2012.a
  10. 10. Discontinued from 1 October 2014 until 30 September 2017 by Grace 6 of 17 July 2013.a
  11. 11. Retitled by Grace 1 of 12 June 2013. Previously entitled Professor of Comparative Oncology and Genetics and Professor of Veterinary Studies.a
  12. 12. Retitled by Grace 13 of 27 April 1994 for the tenure of the present holder and permanently retitled by Grace 1 of 12 January 2011.a
  13. 13. Previously entitled Professor of Engineering (Grace 6 of 1 December 1965).a
  14. 14. Previously entitled Professor of Chinese.a
  15. 15. Discontinued by Grace 6 of 17 May 2006 until such date as the Professorship of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (2000) becomes vacant.a
  16. 16. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 12 of 13 July 2011.a
  17. 17. Discontinued from 1 October 2014 until 30 September 2019 by Grace 7 of 17 July 2013.a
  18. 18. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 3 of 19 October 2011.a
  19. 19. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 4 of 22 October 2014.a
  20. 20. Retitled by Grace 5 of 18 July 2012.a
  21. 21. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 3 of 30 January 2013.a
  22. 22. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 1 of 20 March 2013.a
  23. 23. Discontinued from 1 August 2013 by Grace 3 of 17 July 2013.a
  24. 24. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 1 of 3 December 2014.a
  25. 25. Retitled by Grace 5 of 18 January 2012.a
  26. 26. See p. 773.a
  27. 27. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 5 of 22 January 2014.a
  28. 28. Previously entitled Professor of Educational Leadership.a
  29. 29. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 5 of 17 October 2012.a
  30. 30. Retitled and re-established for one tenure by Grace 5 of 22 October 2014.a
  31. 31. Retitled by Grace 3 of 12 October 2011.a
  32. 32. Retitled by Grace 5 of 9 May 2013.a
  33. 33. Assigned to the Department of Psychiatry for the tenure of the present holder.a
  34. 34. Previously entitled Sigrid Rausing Professor of Collaborative Anthropology.a
  35. 35. Previously entitled Professor of Veterinary Science.a
  36. 36. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 12 of 13 July 2011. The title of the Professorship shall be the Genzyme Professorship of Experimental Medicine for 21 months with effect from the date on which an appointment to the Professorship is next made.a
  37. 37. See p. 1015.a
  38. 38. The title of this Professorship shall be current to 30 September 2028.a
  39. 39. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 2 of 10 February 2016.a
  40. 40. Reassigned by Grace 6 of 30 July 2014.a
  41. 41. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 2 of 13 February 2013.a
  42. 42. Retitled by Grace 4 of 3 June 2015.a
  43. 43. See p. 774.a
  44. 44. See p. 862.a
  45. 45. Retitled and re-established for one tenure by Grace 2 of 1 May 2013.a
  46. 46. Title announced by Notice (Reporter 6389 2014–15 p. 610).a
  47. 47. Retitled by Grace 8 of 22 October 2014.a
  48. 48. The title of the Professorship was amended by a Statute approved by Her Majesty in Council on 11 April 2012.a
  49. 49. Reassigned by Grace 2 of 12 March 2014.a
  50. 50. The title of the Professorship will be announced once the research interests of the person elected to the Professorship are known.a b
  51. 51. See p. 864.a
  52. 52. Retitled by Grace 3 of 10 February 2016.a
  53. 53. These offices are offices specified in the Schedule to Special Ordinance C (i) 1.a b c
  54. 54. See Regulation 4.a
  55. 55. Re-established for one tenure by Grace 1 of 30 November 2016.a
  56. 56. Retitled by Grace 2 of 21 September 2016.a
  57. 57. See p. 782.a
  58. 58. See p. 978.a
  59. 59. Discontinued from 1 October 2017 by Grace 3 of 22 March 2017.a
  60. 60. See p. 868.a
  61. 61. See p. 999.a
  62. 62. Reassigned by Grace 3 of 19 July 2017.a b c d e f g h i j k l
  63. 63. Reassigned by Grace 6 of 5 July 2017.a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v
  64. 64. See p. 965.a
  65. 65. Discontinued from 1 October 2018 until further notice by Grace 5 of 14 June 2017.a
  66. 66. Re-established for one tenure from 1 October 2017 by Grace 5 of 5 July 2017.a