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166 Studentships Scholarsliips Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes One Prize is open to all full-time students in the Faculties of Arts and Natural Science attending the first-year course second Prize is open to all regular students in the Faculties of Arts and Natural Science attending the more advanced courses and third Prize is open to all regular students in the Faculty of Engineering The Prizes will be awarded annually on the result of the year's work in the respective courses in the Department of Geology Prizes in Natural Science open to students in specified subjects JOHN MILLAR THOMSON MEDAL FOR CHEMISTRY This Medal was founded in 1930 by Professor Smiles and Professor Allmand to commemorate the services rendered to the College and to chemical education by Professor John Millar Thomson ll who became member of the staff of the Department of Chemistry in 1871 and who retired in 1914 after having served for twenty-seven years as Daniell Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry The Medal is open to all full-time students who have studied for at least three years in the Department of Chemistry The Medal will be awarded annually to the student who in the opinion of the Principal and the Professors of Chemistry shall have most distinguished himself in the final year of the Special Honours course in the Department of Chemistry SAMUEL SMILES PRIZE IN CHEMISTRY This prize was founded in 1938 from funds contributed by his former colleagues and former pupils as testimonial to Professor Samuel Smiles sc upon Iris retirement from the Danicll Chair of Chemistry which he had held since 1920 The Prize consists of books to the value of Ā£6 The Prize will be awarded at the end of each session to the student in the second year of the Sc Special Chemistry course who in the opinion of the Danicll Professor of Chemistry is adjudged to be the most meritorious ALAN FLOWER MEMORIAL PRIZE The Prize was founded in 1945 in memory of Alan Frederick Flower student in the Faculty of Natural Science from 1938 to 1940 who was killed on active service on November 30th 1942 while serving as Sergeant-Observer in the Royal Ah Force The donor of this endowment was former student of the College
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