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No 6454

Wednesday 8 February 2017

Vol cxlvii No 20

pp. 353–358

College Notices



The following elections have been made:

Elected to an Honorary Fellowship from 1 October 2016:

Adrian Kendal Dixon, M.A., M.B. B.Ch., M.D., PET, MRCP, DMRD, FRCR

Elected to an Emeritus Fellowship from 1 October 2016:

Roderick John Corbett Munday, M.A., Ph.D., PET

Elected to an Official Fellowship from 1 October 2016:

Sophie Jane Lunn-Rockliffe, B.A., Oxford, M.Phil., Ph.D., PET

Graham Christie, B.Sc., Strathclyde, Ph.D., Warwick

Elected to a Bye-Fellowship from 1 October 2016:

Laura Diaz Anadon, M.Eng., Manchester, Ph.D., Q, M.A., Harvard

Elizabeth Stewart, M.A., M.Sc., Ph.D., Edinburgh

Elected to a Research Fellowship from 1 October 2016:

Laura Jane Alexandra Hardwick, B.V.M., Ph.D., CL

Rachel Elizabeth Fraser, B.A., M.Phil., D.Phil., Oxford

Thomas Carlo Terence Michaels, B.Sc., ETH Zurich, Ph.D., JN

Elected to an Official Fellowship from 5 January 2017:

Teng Long, M.Eng, C.Eng., Birmingham, Ph.D., CLH

Colin Watts, M.B. B.S., Newcastle, Ph.D., CAI, FRCS

Elected to a Research Fellowship with effect from 1 October 2017:

Sam Joseph Kennerley, M.A., St Andrew’s, Ph.D., T

Julian Sahasrabudhe, B.Sc., Simon Fraser, Ph.D., Memphis, M.A.St., F

Hunter Dukes, B.A., Pomona College, Ph.D., PET

Francesca Valery Day, M.Sci., CTH, D.Phil., Oxford


Newnham College: College Office Administrator; stipend: £24,775–£25,769 (based on 37.5 hours per week); closing date: 20 February 2017 at 12 noon; further details:

Trinity Hall: College Teaching Officer in Mathematics; tenure: permanent from October 2017; stipend: c. £35,000 (pensionable), direction of studies separately remunerated at a fixed rate of £554, plus a per capita payment for the number of students taught; closing date: 3 March 2017; further details and application form:

University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute and Wolfson College: Postdoctoral Research Fellowship and Ph.D. Studentship; applications are now invited for two linked posts; further details:


Corpus Christi College: Boutwood Lecture

Professor Onora O’Neill, The Baroness O’Neill of Bengarve, CH, CBE, FRS, FBA, will give the 2017 Boutwood Lecture, entitled Justice without ethics: a twentieth century innovation?, at 5 p.m. on Thursday, 23 February 2017, followed by a panel discussion at 6.15 p.m., in the McCrum Lecture Theatre, Corpus Christi College.

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Emmanuel College: Cambridge Seminars in the History of Cartography

David Helliwell, of the Bodleian Library, presents From curiosity to treasure: Mr Selden’s map of China, at 5.30 p.m. on Tuesday, 21 February 2017, in the Gardner Room, Emmanuel College.

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Magdalene College: Parnell Lecture

Professor Frank McGuinness, Professor of creative writing and writer-in-residence at University College Dublin, will give the 2017 Parnell Lecture, entitled Brian Friel’s theatre: conflict and confinement, at 5.15 p.m. on Monday, 13 February 2017, in the Sir Humphrey Cripps Theatre, Cripps Court, Magdalene College.

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St John’s College: Linacre Lecture

Professor Azim Surani, CBE, Ph.D., FMedSci, FRS, renowned world leader in the field of epigenetics, Mary Marshall and Arthur Walton Professor of Physiology and Reproduction, 1991–2013, Director of Research in Germline and Epigenetics Research at the Gurdon Institute, will deliver the annual Linacre Lecture, entitled Human germline: the eternal link between all generations, at 5 p.m. on Monday, 20 February 2017, in the Main Lecture Theatre of the Old Divinity School, St John’s College.

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