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No 6318

Wednesday 25 September 2013

Vol cxliv No 1

pp. 1–15

College Notices


Clare College: Hawkes Henderson Studentship in Astrophysics and Cosmology; value: covers University and College fees, and maintenance for a Home or EU Master of Advanced Study (M.A.St.) in Astrophysics or Mathematics; eligibility: only graduates from outside Cambridge are eligible; tenure: one year; closing date: 31 January 2014; further particulars:

Clare Hall: Research Fellowships in the Arts and Social Sciences; non-stipendiary, but including meals allowance; closing date: 16 October 2013; further particulars: or email

Research Fellowships in the Sciences; non-stipendiary, but including meals allowance; closing date: 16 October 2013; further particulars: or email

Corpus Christi College: One Stipendiary Research Fellowship (Epidemiology, Materials Science, Classics, or Enlightenment Studies) to commence on 1 October 2014; closing date: 15 October 2013 at 12 noon; further particulars:

William Cook Research Fellowship/College Lectureship in Economics; salary: £27,000–£35,000; closing date: 14 November 2013; further particulars:

Pembroke College: Director of International Programmes; tenure: from April 2014; salary: £67,000–£70,000; closing date: 15 October 2013; further particulars:

Peterhouse: Research Associate; applications including a CV, accompanying statement, and the names of two referees should be sent to; closing date: 11 October 2013; further particulars:

Queens’ College: El-Erian Fellowship in Economics, to commence on 1 October 2014; stipend: up to £56,467 plus benefits; closing date: 15 November 2013 at 12 noon; further particulars:

St Catharine’s College: Research Fellowships (one stipendiary and the other non-stipendiary); open to graduates of any university who (i) are members of the College, or (ii) not being members of the College, are engaged in research in any aspect of the Humanities and Social Sciences; tenure: three years from 1 October 2014; closing date: 31 October 2013; further particulars:


Churchill College

The following elections have been made during 2013–14:

Elected into Title A (Official) Fellowships:

Jethro William James Akroyd, M.A., M.Eng., Ph.D., CHU

Christophe Auguste Gagne, B.A., M.A., Saint Etienne, M.Phil., Toulouse

Tawfique Hasan, B.Sc., Bangladesh, M.Eng., UNSW, Ph.D., JE

Oliver Paul Ross, B.A., Oxford, M.A., UCL, Ph.D., CHU

Jeremy Peter Toner, B.A., Ph.D., SE

Elected into Title B (Junior) Research Fellowships:

Alecia Jillian Carter, B.Sc./B.A., Queensland, Ph.D., ANU

Thomas Owens, M.A., St Andrews, M.St., Oxford

Elected into a Title B (Senior) Research Fellowship:

Jianjun Mei, B.Eng., M.Sc., Beijing, Ph.D., DAR

Elected into Title F (Overseas) Fellowships:

Gordon L. Fain, B.A., Stanford, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, Ph.D., UCLA

Kyoung Jin Lee, B.S., Northeastern, Ph.D., Texas

Crystal L. Martin, B.A., Colorado, Ph.D., Arizona

Eric Parent, D.E.A., Pierre et Marie Curie, Ph.D., Paris Val de Marne, H.D.R., Paris Dauphine

John Michael Shull, B.S., Caltech, M.A., Ph.D., Princeton

Jean-Christophe Thalabard, M.A., Panthéon-Assas, M.Math., Pierre et Marie Curie, M.D., Ph.D., Paris Descartes

Elected into Teaching By-Fellowships:

Anna Elizabeth Allen, B.Sc., M.Sc., Guelph, Ph.D., Princeton

Lorna Jane Ayton, B.A., M.Math., CHU

Louise Hanson, B.A., King’s, B.Phil., D.Phil., Oxford, M.A., Middlesex

Elected into Visiting By-Fellowships:

Ho Yin Edwin Chan, B.Sc., Hong Kong, Ph.D., HH

David V. Conti, B.S., M.S., Stanford, Ph.D., Case Western

Daniela Dragomirescu, B.Sc., Bucharest, M.Sc., Ph.D., H.D.R., Toulouse

John Austin Dupré, B.A., M.A., D.Phil., Oxford, Ph.D., CL

Maria Elenor Eriksson, B.Sc., Uppsala, M.Sc., Ph.D., Umea

Massimo Ghidini, Ph.D., Grenoble

Issachar Gilad, B.Sc., M.Sc., Technion, Ph.D., New York

Sofiane Guessasma, M.A., Batna, M.A., U.H.A., Ph.D., H.D.R., Franche-Comté

Andrew Holt, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Nottingham, P.C.A.P., Exeter

Fares Hilmi Ahmed Jabr, B.A., M.Sc., Cairo, Ph.D., Bradford

Gary Love, B.A., M.A., Hull, Ph.D., HO

Emilio Saenz-Frances San Baldomero, B.A., M.Sc., Ph.D., Deusto

David Clarke Shiels, B.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., PET

Henriette Steiner, B.A., M.A., Copenhagen, M.Phil., SE, Ph.D., JN

Esteban Agullo Tomas, B.A., Ph.D., Complutense de Madrid

Kristin Eva Albrechtsen Veel, B.A., M.A., Copenhagen, M.Phil., Ph.D., CHU

Wei Zhou, B.Eng., M.Eng., Tsinghua, Ph.D., CHU

Murray Edwards College

Elected as President from 15 July 2013:

Barbara Mary Stocking DBE, M.A., NH

Elected to an Official Fellowship from 1 October 2013:

Robert Geoffrey Gardiner, M.A., JN, FCA

Juliet Louise Hallam Foster, M.A., M.Sc., LSE, Ph.D., CC

Rachel Leow, Ph.D., CTH

Marcus Roger Morgan, M.A., Ph.D., London, M.Sc., LSE

Zoe Elizabeth Wilson, Ph.D., Auckland

Elected to a Supernumerary Fellowship from 1 October 2013:

Andrew Alexander Klein, M.B.B.S., KCL

Elected to a Research Fellowship from 1 October 2013:

Margaret Elizabeth Hartley, CHR, M.A., M.Sci., CHU, Ph.D., Edinburgh

St Catharine’s College

Honorary Fellows elected 2012:

Mr Harvey McGrath, M.A., CTH, Former Fellow Commoner (9 November 2012)

Mr David Harding, M.A., CTH (23 November 2012)

Elections with effect from 1 October 2013:

Emeritus Fellows:

Professor John D. Pickard, M.A., M.B., M.Chir., CTH, FMedSci

Official Fellows:

Dr Robert Philip Smith, B.A., M.Sci., Ph.D., DOW

The Reverend David A. Neaum, B.A. (Philosophy), Trinity College, Melbourne, B.A. (Divinity), SID, M.Phil., EM

Professor Nicholas W. Morrell, M.B.B.S., M.D., London, M.A., DOW, FMedSci

Mr Timothy Michael Rogan, PET, LL.B. (Hons), Melbourne

Mr Simon Layton, CTH, B.A., Otago

Research Fellows:

Dr Amanda Claire Maycock, Ph.D., Reading

Dr Alison Frances Banwell, B.Sc., Edinburgh, Ph.D., CTH

St John’s College

Elected to an Honorary Fellowship:

Mr Marc Alan Feigen

Elected to a Fellowship under Title E, from 1 September 2013:

Alexandre Bouayad, Ph.D., Paris Diderot

Elected to Fellowships under Title B, from 1 October 2013:

Andrew Kerim Arsan, B.A., M.Phil., M.A., Ph.D., JN

Meredith Allison Crowley, B.A., Maine, M.S., Ph.D., Wisconsin-Madison

Michael De Volder, Ph.D., Leuven

Hannah Jane Joyce, Ph.D., Australia

Elected to a Fellowship under Title C, from 1 October 2013:

Professor Sharon Jayne Peacock, B.A., Ph.D., Open

Elected to a Fellowship under Title E, from 1 October 2013:

Martin John Vittorio Parodi Worthington, B.A., London, M.Phil., Ph.D., JN

St Edmund’s College

The following recent elections and appointments were made:

Title ‘A’ Fellows:

Fr Alban Peter Edmund McCoy, OFM Conv., B.A., Kent, M.Litt., Oxford

Ms Nathalie Walker, M.A., ED, M.B.A., PEM

Class ‘B’ Research Fellows:

Dr Owen Siggs, B.Sc., Adelaide, B.Sc. (Hons), ANU, Ph.D., D.Phil., California and Oxford

Dr Judith B. Rommel, B.Sc., Ulm, Ph.D., Stuttgart

Bye Fellow:

Dr Benjamin George Challis, MRCP, M.Phil., M.B., B.Chir., Ph.D., ED, B.Sc., UWO

Senior Members:

Dr Niccolò Bolli, M.D., Ph.D., Perugia

Dr Ruben Heinjan Willemsen, M.D., Leiden, Ph.D., Erasmus MC-Sophia

Associate Members:

Dr Dharani Yerrakalva, B.Sc., M.B.B.S., Imperial

Dr Jize Yan, Ph.D., JN, B.Sc., Tsinghua

Dr Jaroslav Dudik, M.S., Ph.D., RNDr., Comenius, Bratislava

Dr Thomas Ricketts, M.A., Oxford, Ph.D., UCL

Other Notices

Newnham College: The Principal and Fellows of Newnham College are honoured to be hosting a celebration of the life and work of Valerie Eliot, Honorary Fellow (1991), to be held in Clough Hall, Newnham College, on Saturday, 19 October at 2 p.m. Guests are welcome, and invited for tea afterwards.

For an invitation, please contact the Roll and Development Office at, as numbers are limited.

Churchill College: A memorial lunch will be held in honour of Professor Frank Hahn, distinguished economist and founding Fellow of Churchill College, who died on 29 January 2013.

The lunch will take place on Sunday, 29 September; a drinks reception will be held from 12.15 p.m.; this will be followed by a lunch and speeches in memory of Frank.

There is a charge for the lunch of £15 a head. Those wishing to attend the lunch should book via the Alumni Relations Office at Churchill College by emailing For further details, see or telephone 01223 336240.