Part 64: Murray Fellowship in History

Approved with effect from 30 May 2012 (Gazette, Vol. 142, p. 588), 14 June 2012)

64.1. The bequest of the late Robert Henry Murray, MA, LittD, TCD, shall be applied in the first instance to the endowment of Fellowships in History at Oxford, and whenever the income of the Fund allows, for grants to graduates of the Queen's University, Belfast, who are of exceptional promise in historical studies, and for assisting publications.

64.2. The Fellowships shall be open to graduates of any university, without restriction by age. Those appointed to the Fellowships will have completed, or be studying towards, a doctoral degree – or demonstrate a commensurate level of academic achievement – in history, or a cognate discipline.

64.3. The administration of the Fund, and the application of its income, shall be the responsibility of the History Faculty Board.

64.4. The Fellowships shall be awarded by a selection committee consisting of:

(1)–(5) five nominees of the History Faculty Board;

(6), (7) two nominees of the college associated with the Fellowship.

64.5. Congregation may amend sections 64.2–64.5.

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