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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-168

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176 Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes One or more Prizes may be awarded each year to the student or students who shall have shown most distinction at the Part III examination after three sessions as regular students of the Faculty of Engineering BLOY PRIZE FOR RESEARCH IN POWDER SCIENCE This Prize was founded in 1961 by Mr Bloy the father of former student The Prize is to the value of twenty guineas and is available for award annually to the research student working within the field of Powder Science who shows evidence of outstanding all-round performance during the tenure of his Research Studentship The Prize is awarded upon the basis of written paper 500-5 000 words dealing with some approved topic within the field of Powder Science or Technology The candidate's ability as research worker Consideration of the candidate's general interests Subject to the condition that prizewinner may not receive further award in subsequent year any full-time student registered as an Internal student of King's College and working within the specified field of Powder Science or Technology is eligible for consideration for the award At the commencement of the Lent term of the year of the competition the candidate should consult with the supervisor as to the suitability of the proposed topic for the written paper The completed paper must be submitted not later than April 30th of the year of the competition If the examiners are satisfied with the paper and with the supervisor's report on the candidate's research ability they will call the candi- date for interview before the end of June At the interview the examiners will be free to ask questions on the written paper the candidate's research and his general interests TAYLOR WOODROW PRIZE The Taylor Woodrow Charity Trust provides the sum of Ā£50 annually for the award of prize or prizes under the following conditions The award shall be made to students in the second year of the course for the Sc Engineering degree One student shall be chosen from the Civil Engineering group and one from the Mechanical Engineering group If in any year there is in the opinion of the Professors concerned only one student in the two groups who merits the prize the whole amount of the prize may be given to that student The winners of the award shall be selected on grounds of outstanding personality and character
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