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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-174

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Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes 185 ship or Studentships in order to assist such students as may in the opinion of the Principal after consultation with the Professorial staff give the best promise of aptitude and genius for original scientific work Studentship of £625 year with fiee tuition will be offered annually payable in equal instalments at the beginning of each term Any student of the College is eligible for Studentship who has attended for at least six terms regular course for first degree or for corresponding academic qualification of the College The Principal shall request the Head of each Department in the Faculties of Natural Science Medical Science and Engineering to report on any student in his Department whom he may desire to recommend for the Studentship The Head of the Department shall furnish and report on the career and qualifi- cations of the candidate recommended and the kind of research proposed After receiving these reports the Principal shall recommend to the Delegacy candidate for appointment or shall state that in his opinion there is no candi- date of sufficient merit The usual appointment will be for one year At the end of the year the Delegacy shall require report on the progress of the Student from his Super- visor through the Head of his Department and if the Student does not obtain an alternative comparable award they may renew the Studentship for one or two further years Every Layton Student will be required to carry on research work under the advice and direction of the Head of his Department either in the College laboratories or elsewhere He must not without the consent of the Delegacy undertake any other work but he may be called upon to do such teaching in the College as is not incompatible with his research work The Delegacy may out of any surplus income of the fund make grants towards the expenses of travelling and research DANIELL SCHOLARSHIP This Scholarship was founded in 1864 in honour of John Frederick Daniell Professor of Chemistry in King's College from 1831 to 1845 Its object is to encourage the prosecution of original research in Chemistry This Scholarship is of the value of £40 is tenable for one year in the College and is open to every regular student of the College It will be awarded at the end of each session on the recommendation of the Daniell Professor of Chemistry The Scholar must undertake to work for higher degree HAROLD ROW STUDENTSHIP Founded 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
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