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No 6220

Wednesday 20 April 2011

Vol cxli No 24

pp. 645–684

College Notices


Jesus College

Professor Ian Hugh White, FREng Ph.D., Van Eck Professor of Engineering in the Department of Engineering and Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Institutional Affairs, has been elected Master of the College in succession to Professor Robert Mair from the start of the next academical year. Professor White will be admitted to office on a date to be arranged.

St Edmund’s College

The following elections were made:

Class ‘A’ Fellows

Dr Richard Anthony, M.A. (Hons), Ph.D., Edinburgh, A.C.A.

Visiting Fellows

Professor Francisco A. Galindo-Maldonado, Ph.D., ED, B.Sc., Mexico, Professor, Department of Veterinary Medicine, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Visiting Fellow of the College from 28 August 2010 to 5 August 2011.

Professor Shigeru Nakahata, B.A., M.A., Waseda, Professor of English, Chuogakuin University, Japan, Visiting Fellow of the College from 1 April 2011 to 31 March 2012.

Dr Omar Merlo, B.A., Ph.D., Melbourne, Lecturer, Imperial College Business School, Imperial College, London, Former Fellow, Visiting Fellow of the College from 1 October 2010 to 30 September 2011.

St John’s College

Elected to Fellowships, from 1 October 2011:

Joshua Henry Billings, A.B., A.M., Harvard, M.St., D.Phil., Oxford

Alan Brinkley, A.B., Princeton, A.M., Ph.D., Harvard

Knut Drescher, M.Phys., Oxford, Ph.D., F

Levy Nyasha Roach, B.A., T

Natalie Roberts, M.E.Sc., Oxford

Jane Stapleton, B.Sc., New South Wales, Ph.D., Adelaide, LL.B., Australian National, D.Phil., Oxford


Fitzwilliam College: Non-Stipendiary Research Fellowship 2011; allowances available; closing date: 10 May 2011; further particulars:

Selwyn College: Slaughter and May Teaching Fellowship in Law, in association with the Faculty of Law; salary range: £30,870–£34,745; closing date: 3 May 2011; further particulars:

Sidney Sussex College: Fellowship and College Lectureship in English Literature; salary: £22,301–£32,751 (plus Director of Studies Allowance of £1,830 a year); closing date: 13 May 2011 (interviews likely to be held in week beginning 23 May); further particulars:

Lectures, seminars, etc.

Churchill College: An exhibition, entitled Chris Appleby: works past and present, will be held from 20 April to 18 May, 2011, at Churchill College. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Hughes Hall: The tenth Kathleen Hughes Memorial Lecture, on St Patrick and the Landscape of Early Christian Ireland, will be given by Professor Thomas Charles-Edwards, Jesus Professor of Celtic, University of Oxford, at 5.45 p.m. on Monday, 9 May 2011, in the Pavilion Room, Hughes Hall. All are welcome.

Newnham College: The Henry Sidgwick Memorial Lecture, delivered by Professor Athene Donald and entitled Science: awareness and ignorance, will be held at 5.30 p.m. on Friday, 20 May, in the Law Faculty. Further particulars:

St John’s College: The annual Linacre Lecture, entitled New approaches to understanding and preventing neurodegenerative diseases, will take place on Tuesday, 3 May, at 5 p.m. in the Palmerston Room in the Fisher Building. Further information is available at