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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-176

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Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Btirsaries and Prizes 187 to devote to the work They must also give the names of persons who can testify to their previous training and capability for research The Students will carry out their researches under the direction of the Professor of Physiology and will be expected to commence their work at the beginning of the Michaelmas term after their appointment The Students will usually be appointed for two years but the Delegacy will require reports on their progress from the Professor of Physiology at the end of each year and may if they consider it necessary decline to renew the Studentship Payment of the emoluments of the Studentship will be made in three equal instalments at the beginning of each term subject to the receipt at the end of each term of satisfactory certificate of attendance and progress from the Professor of Physiology In any publication of results obtained during the tenure of the Student- ship it shall be stated that the author is or was Berridge Student of King's College Medals and Prizes Prizes in Natural Science open to all Full-time Students of the College DREW MEDAL AND PRIZE FOR MATHEMATICS This Prize was founded in 1872 by William Henry Drew Professor of Mathematics 1869-82 in memory of his eldest son Robert Middlemist Drew Mathematical Scholar Elect of St John's College Oxford who died on Com- memoration Day at King's College 1870 before he had completed the 17th year of his age The Prize consists of medal and books of the joint value of Ā£10 The Prize is open to all full-time students who have attended at least two years at the College The Prize will be awarded annually to the student who in the opinion of the Principal and the Head of the Department of Mathematics shall have most distinguished himself in the subject of Mathematics CARTER MEDAL AND PRIZE FOR BOTANY This Prize was founded in 1879 under the will of George Redsull Carter
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