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No 6198

Wednesday 13 October 2010

Vol cxli No 2

pp. 49–64

College Notices

Darwin College

The Governing Body of Darwin College has elected the following into Fellowships with effect from 1 October 2010:

Elected into an Official Fellowship (Title A)

Markus Kalberer, Dr. phil. nat., Bern

Elected into an Honorary Fellowship (Title B)

Stephen Keynes, OBE

Elected into Research Fellowships (Title D)

Philip Ashworth, M.Phys., Leeds

David Feller, M.Phil., Cambridge

Hidekazu Kurebayashi, Ph.D., Cambridge

Elected into a Charles & Katharine Darwin Research Fellowship (Title D)

Jenny Clark, Ph.D., Cambridge

Elected into a Schlumberger Interdisciplinary Research Fellowship (Title D)

Ed Cackett, Ph.D., St Andrews

Elected into an Adrian Research Fellowship (Title D)

Emma Lightfoot, Ph.D., Cambridge

Elected into a Microsoft Research Fellowship (Title D)

Ben Glocker, Dipl.-Inf., Munich

Elected into a Munby Visiting Fellowship (Title E)

Dirk Imhof, Ph.D., Antwerp

Lucy Cavendish College


Salary in the region of £35,000–40,000 a year, depending on experience.

Lucy Cavendish College seeks to appoint an experienced fundraising professional with high standards, a commitment to team working, and excellent organizational and communication skills. In return we can offer a creative and invigorating collegial environment.

The College will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015 and has major ambitions to develop the College community by strengthening support for its academic activity and by attracting even more of the very brightest students. The Head of Development will share in the challenge of making the College’s prospective growth a reality by planning and delivering a successful fundraising campaign. This is an exciting and hands-on post that will be attractive to a highly motivated individual with a track record of achieving targets in a demanding environment.

Further details and an application form can be found on the College website at or can be obtained from the Registrar (email

The closing date for applications is 9 a.m on Friday, 22 October 2010.



Peterhouse, founded in 1284, is the oldest and smallest of the constituent colleges in the University of Cambridge.

The College wishes to appoint a new Development Director to further its fundraising strategy and alumni activities. The Development Director is supported by a professional team and is responsible for delivering the College’s development aims and for building relations with its members and supporters.

While the position of Development Director is envisaged as being a substantial part-time post, in combination with a relevant teaching/administrative role within the College or with compatible external activities, the College would also consider a full-time appointment.

A competitive salary is offered, with a final salary pension scheme and other benefits. The successful candidate will be elected onto the Fellowship.

Full details of the post and the application procedure can be obtained from the College’s website:

The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday, 29 October 2010.

Queens’ College

Elected into an Official Fellowship in Computer Sciences with effect from 1 October 2010:

Andrew Colin Rice, B.A., Ph.D.

Elected into a Bye-Fellowship in Portuguese with effect from 1 October 2010:

Ana Margarida Martins., M.A., Ph.D., Coimbra.

Elected into a Bye-Fellowship in Physiology with effect from 1 October 2010:

Yolande Cordeaux, B.Sc., Ph.D. Kent.

Elected into a Research Fellowship in Philosophy of Law from 1 October 2010:

Laura Biron, B.A., Ph.D.