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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-167

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Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes 175 Each Prize consists of books or instruments to the value of £5 The Prizes are open to all full-time students of the Faculty of Engineering who have been placed in the first or second class in the examination in Engi- neering Metallurgy The Prizes will be awarded annually upon the results of the second part of the examination for the Degree or Diploma in Engineering to the two candi- dates who shall have most distinguished themselves in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering respectively WALTER SMITH PRIZES These Prizes were founded in 1919 by members of the Governing Bodies and the Staff of King's College as testimonial to Walter Smith upon his retirement from the office of Secretary of the College which he had held since 1895 The Prizes consist of books or instruments the first to the value of jT$ and the second to the value of £2 55 The Prizes are open to full-time students in the Engineering Faculty The First Prize will be awarded upon the results of the second part of the examination for the Degree or Diploma in Engineering to the regular student who shall have most distinguished himself in Civil Engineering The Second Prize will be awarded to the regular student who shall have most distinguished himself in the subjects of the first part of the examination for the Degree or Diploma in Engineering JAMESON PRIZE This Prize was founded in 1935 by Alexander Hope Jameson sc inst inst water Professor of Civil Engineering in the College from 1912 to 1935 The Prize consists of books and or instruments of value £1 10i The Prize is awarded on the results of Part of the Sc Eng examination ENGINEERING SOCIETY CENTENARY PRIZES These Prizes were founded as the result of an appeal to commemorate the Centenary of the King's College Engineering Society in 1947 The fund was established by contributions from members of the Old Students' Association Engineering Branch now the King's College London Engineers' Association with generous donations from Sir Harry Railing and Mr Brierley The Prizes consist of books or instruments to value to be determined annually
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