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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1973-1974-213

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222 Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes student who is offered the prize shall sign statement declaring that he accepts the conditions of the award Provided this statement has been signed the prize money may be paid over to the student before he intends to begin his journey Every student who obtains an award of the Prize shall submit to the Head of his Department report of the use he has made of the prize money KING'S COLLEGE LONDON ENGINEERS' ASSOCIATION MEDALS These Medals were founded in 1964 from contributions made by former engineering students of the College who were members of The Medals are open to all full-time students who have studied for at least three years in the Faculty of Engineering One Medal will be awarded annually in each of the Departments of Civil Mechanical and Electrical Engineering to the student who in the opinion of the Faculty of Engineering shall have most distnguished himself in his work on an individual problem during the final year of the Sc Eng course MERCK SHARP AND DOHME PRIZE This prize was established in 1967 by Merck Sharp and Dohme Ltd in order to encourage studies within the field of powder technology The prize will be open to all students registered at the College for the post- graduate course of study in powder technology The prize will be awarded to the student adjudged to be the best candidate in the year successfully completing the postgraduate course in powder tech- nology The prize which may take the form of cash or books and instruments is of the value of £20 and additionally the Company presents copy of the 'Merck Index' worth about £10 The prize will be awarded on the recommendation of the Professor of Powder Technology JOHN ORIEL PRIZE IN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINEERING This prize to the value of approximately £25 may be awarded annually at the discretion of the examiners to the student who has most distinguished himself in the course of study during the year
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