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Pembroke College

Elected into Honorary Fellowships with effect from 1 October 2004:

Dr Roger W. Ferguson Jr, PEM, Ph.D., Harvard

Sir Christopher Hum, KCMG, M.A., PEM

His Excellency Professor George Maxwell Richards, Ph.D., PEM

Sir Mark Richmond, PEM, Ph.D. Sc.D., CL, FRS

The Rt Hon. Christopher Smith, PC, M.A., Ph.D., PEM

LANDER RESEARCH STUDENTSHIP IN THE HISTORY OF ART

Pembroke College is establishing a new Research Studentship for an outstanding art historian: it is intended to make one award in 2005. In order to be eligible, candidates must already be applying through the Board of Graduate Studies to undertake a Ph.D. Degree in the History of Art, beginning in the 2005-06 academical year. Candidates must also make a separate application for the Studentship to the Tutorial Administrator, Pembroke College, Cambridge, CB2 1RF, by 15 March. Candidates should include a curriculum vitae and a copy of a research proposal, and should ask two referees to write to the same address by that date, in support of their application. Where practicable, candidates will be interviewed, probably in April.

The award is conditional on admission as a registered Graduate Student by the Board of Graduate Studies. The successful candidate will be admitted as a student at Pembroke. Candidates who have not yet made an application to the Board of Graduate Studies should indicate on the Graduate Application Form that they are applying for a Pembroke College award.

The Studentship will, if necessary, pay full fees, at the home or overseas rate, plus a maintenance allowance of £9,500 a year, for three years. The successful candidate will normally be expected to continue with his/her applications for other funding. Any candidate who is liable for University fees at the overseas rate is expected to apply through the Board of Graduate Studies for an Overseas Research Students (ORS) award. In settling the terms of the Studentship, the College will take into account the successful candidate's income from these other sources. If no suitable candidate applies, the College may award the Studentship to one of its applicants for a Ph.D. in History.


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Cambridge University Reporter 16 February 2005
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