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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1931-1932-58

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52 SCHOLARSHIPS AND EXHIBITIONS end of each Session on the recommendation of the Daniell Professor of Chemistry The Scholar must undertake to stay at least one further year at the College and to work for higher degree Ibarolb IRow Stubentsbip Pounded in 1919 by Mrs Row in memory of her son Harold Row Sc formerly Student of the College and for 12 years member of the Staff of the Zoological Department Its object is to encourage the prosecution of original research in Zoology The Studentship will be of the value of not less than £100 per annum and will be offered whenever the accumulated interest suffices for the purpose In addition all fees except the usual Registration Fee will be remitted The Studentship will be awarded upon the recommendation of the Professor of Zoology Preference will be given to student who has graduated with Honours from the College The Studentship is normally tenable for two years but may be renewed in exceptional circumstances for third year The Student must work in the Department of Zoology of King College under the direction of the Professor or in such other Zoological Laboratory as the Professor may direct The Student must not without the consent of the Delegacy upon the recommendation of the Professor of Zoology undertake any other work In no case will permission be granted to him to hold any appointment or appointments that will occupy him for more than ten hours week The Subject of Research must be approved by the Professor of Zoology of King's College In any publication of results obtained during the tenure of the Studentship it shall be stated that the author is or was Harold Row Research Student of King's College Bernbge Stubentsbips The Studentships were founded in 1925 on the occasion of the closing of the Bacteriology and Public Health Department and to commemorate the fact that this Department founded in 1898 by Professor Ε Crookshank was the first Academic Department of Public Health in this country The funds are partly provided from the Berridge Estate and Trust Endowment and partly from the Devignes Legacy the balance being met from general College funds
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