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                SCHOLARSHIPS, PRIZES, BURSARIES AND PERSONAL
                          DEVELOPMENT AWARDS

                                    ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS

TWENTY FIVE VICE-CHANCELLOR'S SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SPORT, MUSIC AND THE
PERFORMING ARTS, to the value of £2,000 each, will be awarded on entry to full-time home
undergraduate students who have demonstrated excellence in the fields of sport, music and the arts. For
further information, please see www.durham.ac.uk.

CHORAL SCHOLARSHIPS, to the value of £1,500 a year, are awarded annually by the Chapter of
Durham Cathedral in conjunction with the University. Choral Scholars will be expected to sing in the
Cathedral Choir at Matins and Holy Communion on Sunday mornings, and Evensong daily, except Monday.
Further information may be obtained from the Senior Student Financial Support Secretary, University
Office, Durham, DH1 3HP. Entries should be received by the Senior Student Financial Support Secretary
before mid December. Interviews are held in mid February. (It is regretted that Choral Scholarships are not
normally awarded to science students whose heavy laboratory commitments are not compatible with the
duties of a choral scholar, nor to female students due to the composition of the Choir).

THE LENDRUM UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £500, will be awarded annually
to the student from the North-East with the highest qualifications upon entry intending to study Economics
or a subject in combination with Economics. Selection will be determined by the Head of Student Financial
Support and will be influenced by consideration of financial need. The University will inform Mr Chris
Lendrum of the recipient of the award who will be required to contact Mr Lendrum in writing with their
thanks for the award and details of what they intend to use the award for. Students should contact the
Student Financial Support Officer (Student Financial Support Office), University Office, Old Elvet, Durham,
DH1 3HP for further information.

                                       ENTRANCE BURSARIES

THE DURHAM GRANT SCHEME. Awards will be made to all eligible full-time home undergraduate
students from 2009-10 onwards. To be awarded £1,300 per year, paid in three equal instalments, the student
will have a household income of below £25,000 per annum.

THE DURHAM GRANT SCHEME (PGCE). Awards will be made to all eligible full-time home PGCE
students from 2009-10 onwards. To be awarded £319 per year, paid in three equal instalments, the student
will have a household income of below £25,000 per annum.

TWO INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS BURSARIES, to the value of £1,000 per year, will be awarded to UK
and Irish nationals starting a degree in Physics or with a significant element of Physics in 2009-10.

                           OTHER SOURCES OF FINANCIAL SUPPORT

THE ACCESS TO LEARNING FUND (DEPARTMENT FOR BUSINESS INNOVATION AND
SKILLS). Awards from the Access to Learning Fund, which is worth circa £186,000 in the academic year
2009-10, may be made to full-time and part time home students who meet certain criteria set by the
Department of Innovation and Universities and Durham University and who are therefore deemed to be in
need of financial support to complete their studies.

THE UNIVERSITY HARDSHIP FUND. Awards from the University Hardship Fund, which is worth
£75,000 in the academic year 2009-10, may be made to students who are not eligible for support from the
Access to Learning Fund, who had a sound financial plan in place before they started their studies which
were compromised by circumstances beyond their control.

THE HELEN LUEN TRUST. Awards from the Helen Luen Trust may be made to students studying at the
Queen’s Campus who are in need of financial support to continue their studies.

A NUMBER OF MICHAEL CROSS BURSARIES, of £300, will be awarded to undergraduate Physics
students in receipt of financial support from the Access to Learning Fund.

YATES BURSARY, to the value of £300, will be awarded to a Physics student in receipt of financial
support from the Access to Learning Fund.




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TWENTY COLLEGE ACCOMMODATION BURSARIES of £750 towards the cost of College
accommodation are available in the academic year 2009-2010. The Colleges Postgraduate Bursaries have
three key objectives: to support the University strategy in relation to attracting high quality postgraduate
students to Durham; to contribute to the development of the postgraduate college experience in Durham; to
attract outstanding students to gain the full postgraduate experience by living in college. Further information
can be found at: www.dur.ac.uk/ustinov.college/pgbursaries/

                              ACADEMIC PRIZES (UNDERGRADUATE)

UNIVERSITY-WIDE

THIRTY-TWO UNNAMED SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDENTS IN RESIDENCE, to the value of
£200, will be awarded annually to students reading for courses at undergraduate level. Students are eligible
to be nominated for these awards at the end of any year of study except their final year, and will be selected
by Heads of Faculties.

THE DE BURY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the same basis as the
University of Durham Unnamed Scholarships for Students in Residence to candidates for Honours in
Theology.

THE ELLERTON SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the same basis as
the University of Durham Unnamed Scholarships for Students in Residence. All other things being equal,
preference will be given to candidates from North Yorkshire and in particular those who have received their
education at Richmond School.

THE GISBOURNE SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the same basis as
the University of Durham Unnamed Scholarships for Students in Residence.

THE HATFIELD SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the same basis as
the University of Durham Unnamed Scholarships for Students in Residence but restricted to members of
Hatfield College. The Master of Hatfield College shall be consulted about the award.

THE NEWBY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the same basis as the
University of Durham Unnamed Scholarships for Students in Residence.

THE PEARS SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the same basis as the
University of Durham Unnamed Scholarships for Students in Residence. All other things being equal,
preference will be given to natives of Witton-le-Wear or Bishop-Auckland.

THE PEMBERTON SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the same basis
as the University of Durham Unnamed Scholarships for Students in Residence but restricted to members of
University College. The Master of University College shall be consulted about the award.

THE WINIFRED FOSTER SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the same
basis as the University of Durham Unnamed Scholarships for Students in Residence, but restricted to women
undergraduates.

QUEEN'S CAMPUS-WIDE

FOUR EDE AND RAVENSCROFT PRIZES, to the value of £250 each and funded by an annual donation
from Ede and Ravenscroft, will be awarded to first or second year students studying on any course and year
at Queen's Campus Stockton who have fulfilled one or more of the following criteria: academic excellence;
contribution to the community; personal endeavour.

THE JOHNSON MATTHEY SCIENCE STUDENTS BEST PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT PRIZE,
to the value of £100, will be awarded annually to the science student at the Queen's Campus whose academic
performance represents the best personal achievement.

THE QUEEN’S CAMPUS SCIENCE PROJECT PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually
to the final year science student at the Queen's Campus with the highest marked dissertation or final year
project

FACULTY OF SCIENCE

TWO ROCHESTER PRIZES, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually to a first year student in the
Faculty of Science on the recommendation of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Science).


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DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year One of the Biological Anthropology programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year One of the Human Sciences BA programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year One of the Medical Anthropology programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Two of the Biological Anthropology programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Two of the Human Sciences BA programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Two of the Medical Anthropology programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Biological Anthropology programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Human Sciences BA programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Medical Anthropology programme.

THREE BERNARD SUNLEY TRAVEL BURSARIES, of the value of £150 each, may be awarded
annually on the joint nomination of the Chairs of the two Boards of Studies to students in the Departments of
Geography and Anthropology to assist in making visits abroad in connection with work for their Final
Honours Examination.

THE DAVID BROOKS MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £100 in Book Tokens, will be awarded
annually for the most original third year dissertation in social anthropology. The award is open to students
of Anthropology in Durham City and students of the Human Sciences Programme at Queen's Campus. The
award of the prize is determined by a panel of judges from this and other Universities.

THE DIANE WATTS MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £150 and established in memory of Diane
Watts, a former student in Health and Human Sciences, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Human Sciences Course Team to a student whose performance in the face of adversity represents a
significant personal achievement.

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHAEOLOGY

THE BIRLEY BURSARIES, to the value of up to £800 towards the cost of travel outside England,
Scotland and Wales, will be awarded annually by the Department of Archaeology to a student studying in
the department and working on a project which is of sufficient merit to warrant financial assistance. More
than one award may be made from the fund in any year and no grant will be made in any year where no
project of sufficient merit is presented for consideration. Applications must be made to the Department of
Archaeology by the 1st June.

THE GIBSON PRIZE IN ARCHAEOLOGY will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Chair of the Board of Studies in Archaeology to the undergraduate studying single, joint or combined
honours in Archaeology who submits the best dissertation on British Archaeology.

THE ROSEMARY CRAMP FUND was established on 4 August 1990 in order to honour the achievements
of Professor Rosemary Cramp in her 19 years as Professor of Archaeology in the University of Durham. It is
composed of donations from a large number of individuals, charitable trusts and companies. The aim of the
Fund is to promote archaeological and heritage projects in the wide variety of fields with which Rosemary
Cramp has been associated. The Fund will make grants for projects as follows:- to students and staff of the
Department of Archaeology of Durham University to enable them to undertake extra-curricular projects in
archaeology and heritage, at home and abroad; to assist projects in archaeology and heritage management
more generally, both in Durham and elsewhere. In order to make most effective use of its money, it is



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intended that the Fund should have a limited lifetime, disbursing capital as well as interest in amounts which
will enable projects to get off the ground and attract other funding.

THE WM CLARKSON PRIZE will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Chair of the
Board of Studies in Archaeology to the Level Three undergraduate performing best in the Final Honours Part
Two examinations.

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

ELEVEN BP CHEMICALS POSTER PRIZES will be awarded on an annual basis. The first prize will be
worth £200, the second prize will be worth £150 and the third prize will be worth £100. Nine posters will
receive an honourable mention prize of £25.

BP CHEMICALS PRIZE FOR MASTERSHIP OF CHEMISTRY, This prize, first awarded in 1999 and
currently worth £400, will be awarded annually, at the discretion of the Board of Examiners in Chemistry, to
a graduand for the degree of Master of Chemistry.

BP CHEMICAL PRIZE IN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY, This award, inaugurated in 1994 and currently
worth £200, is made at the discretion of the two Board of Examiners in Chemistry, to an undergraduate who
displays, in level-2 examinations, outstandingly good knowledge.

FOUR CHEMISTRY MERIT PRIZES, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually by the Board of
Examiners in Chemistry to two second year students following any Chemistry degree programme (BSc or
MChem) and to two third year students following the MChem programme, on the basis of a significant
improvement in their end-of-year aggregate, normally from a score of 50% or more in the previous year.

THE GLAXOSMITHKLINE BOOK PRIZES. Each year since 1994 an annually renewable donation
from GlaxoSmithKline has allowed the Board to present to up to forty undergraduates registering in June for
the second year of any of the Chemistry degree programmes (F100, F102, F105, F111) a copy of a textbook
recommended for supplementary reading in organic chemistry. The recipients are selected on the basis of
superior end-of year performance in the modules Core Chemistry 1A and Core Chemistry 1B combined.

THE HARRISON SHEARER BOOK PRIZE, inaugurated in 1980 and currently worth £100, is awarded
annually in memory of Dr Harrison Massey McDougall Shearer (1923-1979), who died in post after serving
in this department as lecturer (from 1959), then senior lecturer (from 1967), in chemical crystallography. The
fund supporting the prize was raised by public subscription. The prize is awarded, at the discretion of the
Board of Examiners in Chemistry, to a graduand for the degree of Bachelor of Science with Honours in
Chemistry. The prize winner is named on the official pass-list and the prize will be presented at the reception
for chemistry graduands on congregation day.

THE INDUSTRIALLY FUNDED PRIZE FOR ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, inaugurated in 1989 and
currently worth £200, is made at the discretion of the Board of Examiners in Chemistry to the undergraduate
with the most meritorious performance in level two organic chemistry (written examination and laboratory
work). The Board will announce the prize winner before June registration for level three tuition. During the
present quinquennium, which began in 2003, this award is being funded by Pfizer Limited.

THE MICHAEL WESTON SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of at least £100, will be awarded annually by
the Board of Studies in Chemistry to a second-year student of Grey College who will be reading at least
three Chemistry modules at Final Honours level in the ensuing year, on the results of at least three Chemistry
modules at Final Honours. The scholarship, funded by public subscription, commemorates Dr Michael
Weston (1927-1992), second tutor in science at Grey College (1961-1981) then senior tutor (1981-1984),
who was simultaneously a lecturer in radiochemistry (1957-1984). The scholarship will not be awarded in
any year in which the Board of Studies considers there is no candidate of sufficient merit. The Board will
notify the award winner at registration in June and the scholarship will be paid in the first week of the
summer vacation.

THE THOMAS WADDINGTON PRIZE, to the value of £200 and established to commemorate Thomas
Cudworth Waddington (1930-1981), Professor of the University in Inorganic Chemistry, will be awarded
annually by the Board of Examiners in Chemistry to an undergraduate displaying, in level two assessments
of inorganic chemistry, outstandingly good knowledge, understanding and laboratory skills.

DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICS AND ANCIENT HISTORY

THE FORSTER PRIZE, to the value of £60, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Board of Examiners in Classics for proficiency in language work.



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THE HOW PRIZE, of books to the value of £60, will be awarded annually by the Department of Classics
on the results of the Final Examination for the degree of BA (Hons).

THE MALTBY PRIZE, to the value of £60, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board
of Examiners in Classics for a final year dissertation in Classics by a candidate for Single or Joint Honours
or Combined Studies.

MALTBY PRIZES, to the value of £50, will be awarded from the Maltby Prize Fund on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Classics for outstanding performances by students in their
first or second year.

DEPARTMENT OF EARTH SCIENCES

THE CHEVRON UK AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually to on the recommendation of
the Professor of Geophysics to the postgraduate or undergraduate of the Department who has made the most
significant contribution in the field of Petroleum-related Geophysics.

THE CHEVRON UK PRIZE, to the value of £75, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Board of Examiners in Earth Sciences to the undergraduate who has submitted the best dissertation for the
degree of BSc in the field of Geophysics.

THE EARTH SCIENCES ESSAY PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Earth Sciences to the third year student completing the best
Earth Sciences Essay.

THE EARTH SCIENCES ESSAY PRIZE, is awarded to the student completing the best third year Earth
Sciences essay.

JOHN W MOST FIELDWORK AWARDS, to the value of up to £50 each, may be made annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Earth Sciences for the best Earth Sciences fieldwork reports
produced by any students on the BSc or MSci programmes.

THE JOHN W MOST FIELDWORK PRIZE IN EARTH SCIENCES, to the value of £100, may be
awarded annually for the best fieldwork project submitted by final year students for the BSc degree.

ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to will be awarded to
the student who has achieved the highest mark in Year One of the Accounting and Finance programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to will be awarded to
the student who has achieved the highest mark in Year One of the Business Finance programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to will be awarded to
the student who has achieved the highest mark in Year One of the Business programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to will be awarded to
the student who has achieved the highest mark in Year Two of the Accounting and Finance programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to will be awarded to
the student who has achieved the highest mark in Year Two of the Business Finance programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to will be awarded to
the student who has achieved the highest mark in Year Two of the Business programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to will be awarded to
the student who has achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Accounting and Finance programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to will be awarded to
the student who has achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Business Finance programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to will be awarded to
the student who has achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Business programme.

THE ADAM SMITH PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually by the Board of Examiners in
Economics, Finance and Business to the final year student with the best overall performance in Economics.


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BARCLAYS CAPITAL PRIZE FOR MONETRY ECONOMICS, to the value of £400, is sponsored by
Barclays Capital. The prize will be awarded for the best performance in the Monetary Economics option
module.

THE DELOITTE AND TOUCHE ECONOMICS DISSERTATION PRIZE, to the value of £100, will
be awarded annually for the best dissertation in Economics.

THE DELOITTE AND TOUCHE SECOND YEAR PRIZE, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually
by the Board of Examiners in Economics, Finance and Business for the best overall performance in
Economic Principles I: Macroeconomics and Economic Principles II: Microeconomics

THE DELOITTE AND TOUCHE BUSINESS DISSERTATION PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be
awarded annually for the best dissertation in Business.

THE DELOITTE AND TOUCHE BUSINESS DISSERTATION PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be
awarded annually to the student who achieves the highest mark in a Business / Business Finance dissertation.

THE ERNST AND YOUNG ACCOUNTANCY PRIZE, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually
by the Board of Examiners in Economics, Finance and Business for the best performance in Corporate
Finance.

THE JO MASHEDER PRIZE, to the value of £25, is awarded for the best performance in the
Development Economics module.

THE SHELL INTERNATIONAL FIRST YEAR PRIZES IN ECONOMICS, to the value of £100, will
be awarded annually by the Board of Examiners in Economics, Finance and Business on the basis of
performance in the first year of undergraduate study with special reference to the project in Economic
Methods.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH STUDIES

THE ENGLISH STUDIES ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be
awarded every year on the recommendation of the Board of Studies in English to the first year student
achieving the best marks in his or her preliminary honours examinations.

THE BROOKS JOHNSON PRIZE, to the value of £25, for the encouragement of studies in the field of
drama, may be awarded in alternate years on the recommendation of the Chair of the Board of English
Studies, to a postgraduate student engaged in the field of drama or to an undergraduate student reading for
the BA with Honours in English Literature who is pursuing the fullest opportunities of studying drama.
Failing a suitable candidate in the first or second of the above categories, the prize may be awarded to a
student of English Literature, undergraduate or postgraduate.

THE J R WATSON AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Board of Examiners to the English student with the best overall performance in Part I Examinations.

THE JUBILEE PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board
of Examiners in English Studies for the best final year dissertation submitted by a candidate for Honours in
English Studies.

ROBIN DIX MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually in memory of Dr Robin
Dix, Lecturer in English Studies, on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in English for the best
essay on Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature or Renaissance Literature.

THE T W CRAIK AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Board of Examiners to the English student with the best overall performance in Final Honours Examinations.

DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY

THREE BERNARD SUNLEY TRAVEL BURSARIES, of the value of £150 each, may be awarded
annually on the joint nomination of the Chairs of the two Boards of Studies to students in the Departments of
Geography and Anthropology to assist in making visits abroad in connection with work for their Final
Honours Examination.

THE GEOGRAPHY FIELDWORK PRIZE. Please consult Department for details.




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THE W A MOYES PRIZE, to the value of £35, will be awarded annually on the nomination of the Chair
of the Board of Studies in Geography for proficiency in fieldwork during the second or third year.

THE W B FISHER PRIZE, to the value of £150, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Chair of the Board of Studies in Geography on the results of the Final Honours Examination in Geography.

THE WILLIMOTT PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Chair of the Board of Studies in Geography in conjunction with a member of staff primarily concerned with
the teaching of soil science to the student offering the best specialist field study of soil and/or agriculture
during the year.

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

THE EDWARD ALLEN PRIZE, to the value of £70, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Chair of the Board of Studies in History for the best aggregate performance in Preliminary Honours by
Joint or Single Honours Historians.

THE GIBSON PRIZE IN HISTORY, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in History for the best dissertation on Local History submitted
by a candidate for Single or Joint Honours or Combined Studies.

THE HISTORY DISSERTATION PRIZE, to the value of £100, is awarded for the best dissertation
submitted as part of the final honours examination.

ALUMNI PRIZE IN HISTORY, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually for the best second year
performance in History.

THE THOMPSON HISTORY PRIZE, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in History for the best performance in the Final Examination for
the degree of BA with Honours in History.

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

THE COLLINGWOOD MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £120, may be awarded annually to a
student graduating from this University with a degree in Mathematics who intends to embark in the
following year on a full-time course leading to a research degree in at this or any other University.

THE LYNDON WOODWARD MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Mathematical Sciences to a student graduating with BSc
Honours in Mathematics.

ONE OR MORE MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES SPECIAL PRIZES, to the value of £50 each, may be
awarded on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Mathematical Sciences to students graduating
with First Class Honours in Mathematics.

THE PETER ROWE MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £75, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Chair of the Board of Examiners in Mathematics to a candidate for Final Honours in
Natural Sciences or Combined Honours in Arts who is taking options in Mathematics.

ONE OR MORE MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES SPECIAL PRIZES, to the value of £50 each, may be
awarded on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Mathematical Sciences to students graduating
with First Class Honours in Mathematics.

ONE OR MORE MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES SPECIAL PRIZES, to the value of £50 each, may be
awarded on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Mathematical Sciences to students graduating
with First Class Honours in Mathematics.

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

THE EVE MYRA KISCH PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded in June each year to a student in
the Department of Music for proficiency in Music.

THE MICHAEL JAMES SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £175 and established in 1984 in memory of
Michael James (1951-1981), a student in the Department of Music, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Music following the results of the Preliminary Honours
Examination in Music. The Scholarship is to be used for the purchase of books and equipment, for further


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tuition in music, for travel in the pursuit of musical studies or for some other purpose approved by the Chair
of the Board of Studies. Where two candidates are considered to be of equal merit the Scholarship may be
divided.

THE ROSALIND DICKINSON PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Music to an outstanding candidate in the Final Honours
Examination in Music.

THE SIR THOMAS BEECHAM SCHOLARSHIP is made possible by the generous support of the Sir
Thomas Beecham Trust. An award, made on the basis of competitive selection, is made for three years to a
resident first year student in the Department of Music who, on satisfactory completion of his/her studies,
intends to become a performing musician, and the choice is made by audition in October each year. In the
event that no candidate meets the threshold standards of proficiency that are deemed appropriate to an award
of this high standing, the Department reserves the right to withhold the award. The value of the Scholarship
is £250 per year, so that a full three year scholarship has the total value of £750.

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

THE DOREEN BRETHERTON STUDENTSHIP is awarded from time to time either as a postgraduate
studentship or to an undergraduate of the University of Durham who wishes to change course to Honours in
Philosophy and thus requires an additional year's financial support. If awarded as a postgraduate studentship
the Doreen Bretherton Studentship is to be held by a graduate of the University of Durham for work in the
University of Durham or in another approved University in the United Kingdom or overseas or by a graduate
of another approved University for work in the University of Durham. It is awarded for one year in the first
instance and, subject to satisfactory progress, will be extended for a second and final year. The holder is
required to pursue an approved course of study or research in the field of Philosophy.

THE GABBETT FINAL YEAR PRIZE IN PHILOSOPHY, to the value of £100, will be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Philosophy on the results of the Final
Examination for Single or Joint Honours in Philosophy.

THE GABBETT FIRST YEAR PRIZE IN PHILOSOPHY, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually
on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Philosophy for work in Philosophy offered as part of
the Preliminary Honours Examination or First Year Examination

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

THE D A WRIGHT PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually by the Board of Examiners in
Physics to a candidate for Final Honours in the MSci degree in Physics, Theoretical Physics, or Physics and
Astronomy. The award shall be for outstanding performance in the final year project.

A NUMBER OF INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS BURSARIES, to the value of £1,000 per year, will be
awarded to UK and Irish nationals starting a degree in Physics or with a significant element of Physics in
2009-10

THE J A CHALMERS PRIZE IN EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS, to the value of £50, will be awarded
annually on the results of the final degree examinations in Physics. The prize is open to single Honours
Physics students who have specialised in Experimental Physics.

THE J A CHALMERS PRIZES IN PHYSICS, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the
results of the final degree examinations. The prize is open to all students who have taken Physics in their
final degree examination. More than one Prize may be awarded if funds are available.

THE PHYSICS LEVEL THREE POSTER PRIZE (first prize), to the value of £50, will be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Head of Department in Physics to the winner of the Level Three
poster competition. The prize will be awarded to an undergraduate student taking Key Skills A or Key
Skills B.

TWO PHYSICS LEVEL THREE POSTER PRIZES (runners up), to the value of £25, will be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Head of Department in Physics to two runners up in the Level Three
poster competition. The prizes will be awarded to an undergraduate student taking Key Skills A or Key
Skills B.

THE PHYSICS INTO SCHOOLS PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded on the recommendation of
the Head of Department in Physics to a student who has shown outstanding performance in the Physics into
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THE PHYSICS TEAM PROJECT PRIZE, to the value of £40 per team member, will be awarded on the
recommendation of the Head of the Department in Physics to the team of students who have shown
outstanding performance, with reference to leadership, teamwork and experimental excellence, in the Team
Project module.

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year One of the Applied Psychology Programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Applied Psychology Programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Two of the Applied Psychology Programme.

THE DAVID KLEINMAN DISSERTATION PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the teaching staff of the Applied Psychology degree to the student(s) who produce
the best dissertation.

THE GABBETT FINAL YEAR PRIZE IN PSYCHOLOGY, to the value of £50, will be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Psychology on the results of the Final
Examination for Single or Joint Honours in Psychology.

THE GABBETT FIRST YEAR PRIZE IN PSYCHOLOGY, to the value of £50, will be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Psychology for work in Psychology offered
as part of the Preliminary Honours Examination or First Year Examination.

THE ROSEMARY STEVENSON MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Board of Examiners.

THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGY SOCIETY UNDERGRADUATE AWARD will be awarded annually
on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Applied Psychology / Psychology. The award, which
comprises a book and a year's free Graduate Membership of the BPS, goes to the student who has received
the highest overall mark upon graduation.

DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY AND RELIGION

THE BISHOP FRODSHAM SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £500 per annum, was established in 1983
and is open to candidates from the Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale, with a preference to those seeking
Holy Orders (not necessarily Anglican). It is awarded on the consent of the Vicar of Halifax on the
recommendation of the Board of Studies in Theology, to which application should be made.

THE BISHOP ROBERTSON EXHIBITION IN THEOLOGY, to the value of £70 and tenable until the
holder has taken their first degree, is open to candidates who intend to read for Honours in Theology, and is
awarded on the result of the First Year Examinations on the recommendation of the Chair of the Board of
Studies.

THE CAPEL CURE PRIZE, to the value of £70, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Board of Examiners in Theology for the best dissertation at Final Honours level submitted by a candidate
supervised by a member of the Board of Studies in Theology.

THE DE BURY PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the results of the Final Honours
Examination in Theology.

THE DE BURY SCHOLARSHP, of up to £2,600, may be awarded to candidates for Honours in Theology
of registered for full-time postgraduate degrees in Theology.

THE JEAN COWLING PRIZE IN THEOLOGY, to the value of £140, will be awarded annually to a
first-year student of St Mary's College who, in the opinion of the Board of Examiners in Theology, performs
particularly well in the Preliminary Honours Examinations.

THE JENKYNS THEOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £560, will be awarded annually on the
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THE LIGHTFOOT THEOLOGY SHOLARSHIP, to the value of £1,400, will be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Board of Studies.

THE VAN MILDERT SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £1,120, will be awarded on the recommendation
of the Chair of the Board of Studies.

THE WHITTAKER THEOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £2,600, will be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Chair of the Board of Studies.

FOUNDATION CENTRE

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved consistently high marks across a range of disciplines in the Foundation Programme.

DURHAM LAW SCHOOL

THE CAVENDISH PUBLISHING PRIZE, to the value of £75, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Law to the student achieving the best marks in his or her
second year examinations.

THE THREE VERULAM BUILDINGS COMMERCIAL LAW PRIZE, to the value of £250, will be
awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Law to the student achieving the
best mark in the Commercial Law module.

THE HERBERT SMITH LAW PRIZE, to the value of £250, will be awarded annually by the law firm
Herbert Smith LLP to the first year law student with the best overall performance.

THE LADY HALE PRIZE IN LAW AND GENDER, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually to
the best undergraduate performance in 'law and gender'. The Prize will be administered by GLAD, in
collaboration     with       Lady      Hale.       For      further    information    please   see
http://www.dur.ac.uk/law/research/groups/glad/undergraduate/haleprize/

TWO LOVELLS PRIZES in Contract and Tort Law, to the value of £500 each, will be awarded annually
by law firm Lovells LLP to the students on the 3 year LLB achieving the best marks in the modules
‘Contract Law’ and ‘Law of Torts’.

THE MAX HUNTER MEMORIAL BURSARY, to the value of £150, has been established in memory of
Max Hunter, who was killed in Israel on 12 August 1997. A fund has been set up with donations from
relatives, friends and colleagues and from the proceeds a Bursary will be awarded to an undergraduate law
student in need of financial assistance towards the cost of travel to a meeting or to visit another institution
while in pursuit of their studies. The award will be made on the recommendation of the Board of Studies in
Law.

MICHAEL DAVID KUPLAS BURSARY IN LAW, value £1,000. The Kuplas Bursary was established to
support a student (or exceptionally students) who are studying law whilst coping with a disability. The
bursary was set up in memory of Michael Kuplas, a former student.

PUPILLAGES IN INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL DEFENCE PRACTICE.
Durham Law School is pleased to announce several mini pupillages awarded as prizes for students of the
undergraduate law module “Introduction to Comparative and International Criminal Law” run by Professor
Michael Bohlander. The mini pupillages will be awarded annually to those students with the best results in
the exams in that course as confirmed by the Board of Examiners.

THE SWEET AND MAXWELL LAW PRIZE, consisting of books published by Sweet and Maxwell to
the value of £200, will be presented to the student with the best final year performance. This prize may be
awarded to one student or split between two.

THE O’MELVENY & MYERS LLP PRIZE, to the value of £750, will be awarded annually to a student
performing exceptionally well in the module ‘Individual and the State’. Durham Law School will select a
shortlist of students on the basis of performance in the second (optional) formative essay. Shortlisted
candidates will have attained a grade of over 65%. The awardee will be expected to carry out a period of
work experience in O'Melveny & Myers LLP.

TWO WARD HADAWAY BURSARIES, to the value of £1750 and including work experience for three
years will be awarded annually by the law firm Ward Hadaway to two promising 1H LLB law students from
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THE SIDlEY AUTIN EQUITY PRIZE, to the value of £500. The prize will be awarded annually to the
best undergraduate performance in Trusts and Equity. It was set up with help of a generous donation from
Sidley Austin LLP, to reward excellence at the Law School. The ‘Best’ performance will normally be the
best exam performance.

SCHOOL OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES

THE FULLER PRIZE, to the value of £25 in book tokens and established in 2000 by Professor Steve
Fuller, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Applied Social
Sciences to the graduand who has demonstrated the best overall performance during their second and third
years. The award will be given to the student who has achieved the highest (mean) average mark in their
Final Honours examinations.

THE PHILIP ABRAMS PRIZE, of book tokens to the value of approximately £15, will be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Applied Social Sciences to the student who
has submitted the best dissertation examined by the Board for the Final Honours Examinations.

SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year One of the Biomedical Sciences Programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Two of the Biomedical Sciences Programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Biomedical Science Programme.

THE ANDERS PRIZE. Please consult School for details.

THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES FIELDWORK PRIZES. Please consult School for details.

THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES POSTER PRIZES. Please consult School for details.

THE BOULTER PRIZE IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY, to the value of £100,
will normally be awarded annually on the recommendation of the members of the Board of Examiners in
Biological Sciences who teach Molecular Biology and Biochemistry to the candidate reading for a degree in
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry or in Biological Sciences who performs most meritoriously, at or near
first class standard, in either the second year or Finals examinations. In the event that there are two or more
candidates of apparently equal worth preference will be given to a final year candidate.

THE CAROLINE LUCAS MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £70, was established in memory of
Caroline Lucas, a former Biomedical Sciences student. It is intended to celebrate achievement in the field of
Biomedical Sciences on the part of a local student.

THE CELL BIOLOGY PRIZE. Please consult School for details.

THE DAVID BARKER PRIZE IN ZOOLOGY. Please consult School for details.

THE FRANCES LEE-JONES SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £300, will be awarded annually to a
student of St Mary's College who in the opinion of the Board of Examiners in Biological Sciences performs
best in the first year Biology examinations and who then goes on to read for Honours in a degree subject
offered by the Department of Biological and Biomedical Sciences.

THE GEMMA SAVAGE MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £50 and established in memory of Gemma
Savage, a former Biomedical Sciences student, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Biomedical Sciences Course Team to the Biomedical Sciences student whose performance has been the most
consistent throughout the academic year.

THE INSTITUTE OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE NORTHERN REGION PRIZE, to the value of £250
and a certificate, will be made on the recommendation of the Course Team in Biomedical Science to a local
full or part-time student whose attainment of a degree in Biomedical Sciences represents a significant
academic or personal achievement.

THE INSTITUTE OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE PRESIDENT'S PRIZE, to the value of £100 and a
certificate, will be made on the recommendation of the Course Team in Biomedical Science to a full or part-


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time student whose attainment of a degree in Biomedical Sciences represents a significant academic or
personal achievement.

KEN BOWLER PRIZE, to the value of £60, will be awarded annually to the student who has performed
best in a final year project in Biomedical Sciences.

PROFESSOR JAMES B CRAGG PRIZE. Please consult School for details.

ROYAL BOTANICAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY PRIZE. Please consult School for details.

W E FORSTER PRIZE. Please consult School for details.

SMG UNDERGRADUATE MICROBIOLOGY PRIZE, This is an award to encourage excellence in the
study of microbiology at the undergraduate level. It is awarded to the level 2 student that the Board of
Examiners in Biomedical Sciences and the Society for General Microbiology (SMG) jointly agree has best
demonstrated excellence in their studies of microbiology that year. The value of the award is determined by
the SMG, but currently consists of £100 and membership of the Society.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year One (Education Studies).

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Two (Education Studies).

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Three (Education Studies).

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year One of the Primary Education Programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Two of the Primary Education Programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Primary Education (English Specialist) Programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Primary Education (ICT) Programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Primary Education (Science Specialist) Programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Three of the Primary Teaching (Maths Specialist) Programme.

THE MARY CHAMOT PRIZE FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN THE HISTORY OF
ART is offered in memory of the distinguished art historian Mary Chamot and recognises outstanding
achievement in Art Historical research. The prize of £100 is made on the recommendation of the Board of
Examiners and is awarded to a graduating student who has submitted a dissertation in the History of Art,
which demonstrates critical verve in the handling of the material, an innovative approach to the subject and
has the potential for publication, hence demonstrating their outstanding abilities in research, understanding
of the subject, critical interpretation and presentation skills.

NEVILLE'S CROSS ASSOCIATION AWARD, to the value of £450. The Neville's Cross College
opened in 1921 and during its time produced some of the finest teachers in Britain. Sadly, courses ended in
1986; however, the Neville's Cross Association is still working hard to keep the spirit of the college alive.
The Association donated £15,000 to Durham University and an annual award will be offered to a third year
student in the School of Education who shows exceptional promise as a teacher.

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING SCIENCES

THE OVE ARUP PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Board of Examiners in Engineering to the student completing the best third year civil design project.



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THE BEng PROJECT PRIZE to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Board of Examiners in Engineering to the final year student who completes an outstanding project.

THE DAVID HIND MEMORIAL PRIZE to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to the second year student showing the greatest
improvement in Mathematics between the first and second years.

THE FINAL YEAR POSTER PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to the student completing the best final year
project poster.

THE FREDERIC BARNES WALDRON PRIZE, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering by the North Eastern Branch of the Institution of
Mechanical Engineering to the "best student" on a degree course accredited by the IMechE.

THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to the final year undergraduate who is
adjudged the best in performance over the final and penultimate years of a degree course accredited by the
ICE.

THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY NORTH EASTERN CENTRE
POWER SECTION OCCASIONAL AWARD, to the value of £75, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Chair of the Board of Studies in Engineering to an outstanding student in the final or
penultimate year who chooses electrical options in their degree course.

THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING PRIZE, to the
value of £150, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering
to a final year student having shown distinction on an IEE accredited manufacturing engineering first degree
course.

THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY PRIZE, to the value of £150, will be
awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to a final year student
having shown distinction on a course leading to the award in an IEE accredited manufacturing engineering
first degree course.

THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS BEST STUDENT CERTIFICATE will be
awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to the "best student" in
any year on an IMechE accredited course.

THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS BEST PROJECT CERTIFICATE will be
awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to the "best project" in
any year on an IMechE accredited course.

THE MAVIS DOYLE DESIGN PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to the third year student completing the best third
year design project (non-civil) in the Epiphany term.

THE POWER ENGINEERING PRIZE, to the value of £250 and endowed by the CEGB and Professor
W. Fairney, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to a
final-year student showing outstanding excellence in power options.

THE ROYAL NAVY TEAMWORK PRIZE, to the value of £300, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to the outstanding third year design project team.

THE RUSSELL HOYLE PRIZE, to the value of £250, will be awarded annually on the recommendation
of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to the final year undergraduate(s) in Engineering whose
performance is the best of that year.

THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS BEST PROJECT PRIZE, to the value of
£200, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Engineering to a
student in the final year of an IMechE accredited degree course who completes an outstanding project in
mechanical engineering.




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THE INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS NORTHERN COUNTIES BRANCH
DESIGN PRIZE, to the value of £150, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Board of
Examiners in Engineering to the student who achieves the highest mark in the final year Structural Design
examination.

FRAZER-NASH CONSULTANCY PRIZE FOR INNOVATION IN DESIGN AND ANALYSIS, to the
value of £250, will be awarded annually to an undergraduate student who has shown excellence in a final
year research and development project.

AVEVA SOLUTIONS PRIZE, to the value of £150, will be awarded annually to an undergraduate student
who has shown distinction in final year examinations.

GEOLOGY ESSAY PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually to the students completing the
best third year Geology Essay.

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year One of the Medicine Programme.

AN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded to the student who has
achieved the highest mark in Year Two of the Medicine Programme.

THE FAMILY PROJECT PRIZE, to the value of £40, sponsored by the Medicine Programme at Queen’s
Campus, will be awarded annually for the best Stage 1 Family Project assignment.

THE MAYOR OF STOCKTON COMMUNITY PLACEMENT PRIZE, to the value of £50 and made
possible by a generous donation from Councillor Ann Cains, Mayor of Stockton 2003-04, will be awarded to
the student who has submitted the best Community Placement report.

THE PATIENT STUDY PRIZE, to the value of £40, sponsored by the Medical Programme at Queen’s
Campus, will be awarded annually for the best Stage 2 Patient Study assignment.

TWO R H ROBINSON EXCELLENCE AWARDS, to the value of £750 each, will be awarded annually
to a first-year Medicine student and a second-year Medicine student who, in the opinion of the Board of
Studies in Medicine, have achieved the best results in their end of year examinations.

THE SPECIAL STUDY MODULE PRIZE, to the value of £40, sponsored by the Medical Programme at
Queen’s Campus, will be awarded for the best Stage 2 report on an in depth study of a relevant medical
topic.

SCHOOL OF MODERN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

THE CERVANTES PRIZE, to the value of £20 in Book Tokens and a certificate, will be awarded to the
best graduate in Spanish.

THE FRENCH PRIZE, to the value of £25, will be awarded annually to the best language student in
French.

HAMBURG PRIZE. Please consult School for details.

MODERN EUROPEAN LANGUAGES TRAVELLING SCHOLARSHIP (MEL).                                      Please consult
School for details.

THE SPANISH PRIZE, to the value of £25, will be awarded annually to the best language student in
Spanish.

THE WILSON RENAISSANCE PRIZE, to the value of £30, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Studies to a candidate for Honours in Modern Languages who produces
outstanding work in the field of French Renaissance studies in either the second or final year examinations.

THE YELENA CLARKSON MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £60, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Examiners in Russian. The prize is intended to allow students to go to the
opera or the ballet during their year abroad.




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                               ACADEMIC PRIZES (POSTGRADUATE)

UNIVERSITY-WIDE

THE DURHAM UNIVERSITY DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS are offered on a competitive basis to
postgraduate students who are commencing full-time study for a PhD as registered research students at
Durham University. The award comprises: • Full payment of tuition fees; • A maintenance award at the
nationally agreed rate (to the value of £12,600 in 2007/8); • A research training support grant provided to the
academic department for use by the Fellowship holder; • An allowance to permit the award holder to attend a
local UK-Grad School in their second or third year. The award is for 1 year initially, and is normally
extended for a further 2 years subject to conditions.

THE DURHAM UNIVERSITY POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH (PGR) SCHOLARSHIP is intended
for postgraduate students who are commencing full-time study for a postgraduate research degree at Durham
University. The award comprises: - Funding paid towards postgraduate tuition fees, or in some particular
cases the award is paid as a maintenance grant. - Award amount: variable, but typically £1000.00. - The
award is for 1 year only and is not renewable.

QUEEN'S CAMPUS-WIDE

FOUR EDE AND RAVENSCROFT PRIZES, to the value of £250 each and funded by an annual donation
from Ede and Ravenscroft, will be awarded to first or second year students studying on any course and year
at Queen's Campus Stockton who have fulfilled one or more of the following criteria: academic excellence;
contribution to the community; personal endeavour.

DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICS AND ANCIENT HISTORY

THE RALPH LINDSAY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £2,000, was established in 1845 and is for full-
time postgraduates under the age of 25 on 1 October at the start of each year of award, who have attended
Durham School or were born in the diocese of Durham or Newcastle or are related to the founder, Ralph
Lindsay. Preference is given to candidates wishing to study Classics. Subject to satisfactory progress and the
age limit, tenure may be extended to a maximum of three years. In appropriate cases, the Scholarship may be
held in conjunction with another award.

THE MA SCHOLARSHIPS SCHEME covers “taught” and “research” programmes in all of the following
departments: Department of Classics and Ancient History, Department of English Studies, Department of
History, Department of Music, Department of Philosophy, Department of Theology and Religion, School of
Modern Languages and Cultures. Please contact Departments for further information.

DEPARTMENT OF EARTH SCIENCES

THE CHEVRON UK AWARD, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Professor of Geophysics to the postgraduate or undergraduate of the Department who has made the most
significant contribution in the field of Petroleum-related Geophysics.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH STUDIES

THE BROOKS JOHNSON PRIZE, to the value of £25, for the encouragement of studies in the field of
drama, may be awarded in alternate years on the recommendation of the Chair of the Board of English
Studies, to a postgraduate student engaged in the field of drama or to an undergraduate student reading for
the BA with Honours in English Literature who is pursuing the fullest opportunities of studying drama.
Failing a suitable candidate in the first or second of the above categories, the prize may be awarded to a
student of English Literature, undergraduate or postgraduate.

THE MA SCHOLARSHIPS SCHEME covers “taught” and “research” programmes in all of the following
departments: Department of Classics and Ancient History, Department of English Studies, Department of
History, Department of Music, Department of Philosophy, Department of Theology and Religion, School of
Modern Languages and Cultures. Please contact Departments for further information.

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

THE MA SCHOLARSHIPS SCHEME covers “taught” and “research” programmes in all of the following
departments: Department of Classics and Ancient History, Department of English Studies, Department of
History, Department of Music, Department of Philosophy, Department of Theology and Religion, School of
Modern Languages and Cultures. Please contact Departments for further information.



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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

THE EUAN SQUIRES MEMORIAL PRIZE provides partial financial support for well-qualified students
from overseas who are ineligible for UK/EC funding and who are registered for the PhD degree in the
Department of Mathematical Sciences.

THE NICK BROWN MEMORIAL BURSARY. In memory of Nick Brown who was tragically killed on
13 June 1991, a fund has been set up with donations from relatives, friends and colleagues. From the
proceeds, a Bursary will be awarded to provide travel support for a postgraduate student, registered in either
the Department of Mathematical Sciences or Physics within the ambit of the Centre for Particle Theory. The
purpose of the Bursary (typically one award per year) will be either to allow a student from a developing
country to travel to Durham to join the group in the first instance or for a student already in Durham to travel
to a meeting or visit another institution essential for their research work. The criteria for the award will be (a)
the worthwhile nature of the proposed travel and its benefit to the student's work (b) the financial need and
academic excellence of the student. The award will be made on the recommendation of two nominated
members of the Centre for Particle Theory.

THE PETER ROWE MEMORIAL POSTGRADUATE PRIZE, to the value of £100, is awarded
annually to a student who is a candidate for either the MSc degree in Mathematical Sciences or the MSc
degree in Elementary Particle Physics.

TWO QUAYLE POSTGRADUATE BURSARIES, to the value of £150, are available to be awarded
annually on the joint recommendation of the Heads of Departments in Mathematical Sciences and in Physics
to one or more research students in either department to enable them to spend a period in another university
or research institution to further essential aspects of their projects which may include attendance at
conferences, workshops or summer schools. Other things being equal, preference will be given to members
of Hatfield College. Applications should be made by 1 May in any year. Up to two awards may be made in
any one year.

THE WILLMORE PURE MATHEMATICS POSTGRADUATE AWARDS, in memory of Tom
Willmore and to the value of £1,000, will be awarded annually to one or more postgraduate students
beginning a PhD in Pure Mathematics. They may be made as a monetary award or as a contribution towards
the cost of residence in St Mary's College.

THE PERCY HEAWOOD PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be annually on the recommendation of the
Board of Examiners in Mathematical Sciences to a student graduating with a MMath Master of Mathematics
whose performance is outstanding in the final year.

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

THE MA SCHOLARSHIPS SCHEME covers “taught” and “research” programmes in all of the following
departments: Department of Classics and Ancient History, Department of English Studies, Department of
History, Department of Music, Department of Philosophy, Department of Theology and Religion, School of
Modern Languages and Cultures. Please contact Departments for further information.

PHD STUDENTSHIPS IN MUSIC. Both studentships provide funding for UK/EU tuition fees and
provide a maintenance stipend at the AHRC level (£12,600 in 2007/8). Non-UK/EU applicants will be
required to secure funding from other sources to make up the difference between the UK/EU and the
overseas fee rate (a difference of £6,336 in 2007/8). Applicants should have a minimum of an upper-second
class honours degree in Music (or be likely to achieve such a degree this year). The proposed area of
research must relate to one of the following project areas (see www.cetl4musicne.ac.uk ) Composition
(Inspiration, Interactivity and Innovation in Creative Practice).

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

THE DOREEN BRETHERTON STUDENTSHIP is awarded from time to time either as a postgraduate
studentship or to an undergraduate of the University of Durham who wishes to change course to Honours in
Philosophy and thus requires an additional year's financial support. If awarded as a postgraduate studentship
the Doreen Bretherton Studentship is to be held by a graduate of the University of Durham for work in the
University of Durham or in another approved University in the United Kingdom or overseas or by a graduate
of another approved University for work in the University of Durham. It is awarded for one year in the first
instance and, subject to satisfactory progress, will be extended for a second and final year. The holder is
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THE MA SCHOLARSHIPS SCHEME covers “taught” and “research” programmes in all of the following
departments: Department of Classics and Ancient History, Department of English Studies, Department of
History, Department of Music, Department of Philosophy, Department of Theology and Religion, School of
Modern Languages and Cultures. Please contact Departments for further information.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

THE GRAHAM RUSSELL PRIZE, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the recommendation
of the Head of Department in Physics to a postgraduate student of Applied Physics on the basis of
outstanding overall performance. The Prize will normally be awarded to a student in the third year of
postgraduate study.

THE KEITH NICHOLAS PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the recommendation
of the Head of Department in Physics to a postgraduate student of Physics on the basis of outstanding overall
performance. The prize will normally be awarded to a student in the third year of postgraduate study.

THE PHYSICS PhD THESIS PRIZE, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Head of Department in Physics, for the best thesis submitted by a postgraduate
student studying for a doctoral degree in the Department of Physics.

THE NICK BROWN MEMORIAL BURSARY. In memory of Nick Brown who was tragically killed on
13 June 1991, a fund has been set up with donations from relatives, friends and colleagues. From the
proceeds, a Bursary will be awarded to provide travel support for a postgraduate student, registered in either
the Department of Mathematical Sciences or Physics within the ambit of the Centre for Particle Theory. The
purpose of the Bursary (typically one award per year) will be either to allow a student from a developing
country to travel to Durham to join the group in the first instance or for a student already in Durham to travel
to a meeting or visit another institution essential for their research work. The criteria for the award will be (a)
the worthwhile nature of the proposed travel and its benefit to the student's work (b) the financial need and
academic excellence of the student. The award will be made on the recommendation of two nominated
members of the Centre for Particle Theory.

THE NORTH HOLLAND RESEARCH PHYSICS PRIZE, of books published by the North Holland
Publishing Company to the value of £100 is awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Board of
Studies in Physics, to a postgraduate student at the end of the first year.

TWO QUAYLE POSTGRADUATE BURSARIES, to the value of £150, are available to be awarded
annually on the joint recommendation of the Heads of Departments in Mathematical Sciences and in Physics
to one or more research students in either department to enable them to spend a period in another university
or research institution to further essential aspects of their projects which may include attendance at
conferences, workshops or summer schools. Other things being equal, preference will be given to members
of Hatfield College. Applications should be made by 1 May in any year. Up to two awards may be made in
any one year.

DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY AND RELIGION

THE BARRY SCHOLARSHIP IN DIVINITY TRUST makes awards to full-time or part-time
postgraduate students for degrees of Durham University. Candidates must be engaged in study for a degree
in a theological subject or subjects at postgraduate level and be active members of the Church of England or
a related Church. The Trust Committee will consider academic performance, religious commitment and
financial need when making the awards. Further information about the date of application and application
forms may be obtained from the Secretary, Barry Scholarship in Divinity Trust, Department of Theology and
Religion, Abbey House, Palace Green, Durham, DH1 3RS.

THE DE BURY SCHOLARSHIP, of up to £2,600, may be awarded to candidates for Honours in Theology
or registered for full-time postgraduate degrees in Theology.

THE EVANS SCHOLARSHIP, of up to £2,600, may be awarded to candidates for Honours in Theology or
registered for full-time postgraduate degrees in Theology with preference being given to candidates for Holy
Orders in the Church of England of Church of Wales.

THE JENKYNS THEOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £560, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Board of Studies in Theology.

THE LIGHTFOOT THEOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £1400, will be awarded annually on
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THE VAN MILDERT SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £1,120, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Chair of the Board of Studies in Theology.

THE VON HUGEL SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £2,600, will be awarded to a postgraduate research
student in the Department of Theology & Religion.

THE WATKINS HEBREW SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £1,400 and tenable for one year in the first
instance and renewable for up to three years, may be awarded to a candidate in the Department of Theology
and Religion who is a graduate in Theology registered for the MA in Theological Research or for a research
degree in the field of Old Testament studies. Preference will be given to ordination candidates.

WHITTAKER THEOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £2,600, will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Chair of the Board of Studies in Theology.

THE MA SCHOLARSHIPS SCHEME covers “taught” and “research” programmes in all of the following
departments: Department of Classics and Ancient History, Department of English Studies, Department of
History, Department of Music, Department of Philosophy, Department of Theology and Religion, School of
Modern Languages and Cultures. Please contact Departments for further information.

SCHOOL OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES

THE MARY CARPENTER PRIZE, to the value of £150, is awarded annually by the Board of Examiners
in Social Work for the best empirical dissertation by a student on the Master of Social Work programme.

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH EXPANSION BURSARIES are intended to strengthen
Durham University’s School of Medicine and Health’s contribution to the health and welfare of the people in
the Northeast. They will be offered to master's and PhD students with academic ability who can demonstrate
a strong current or intended contribution to regional health and social services sectors. The Expansion
Bursaries provide master's awards of £2,500 for home and EU students and £4000 for overseas students
offset against fees. For PhD students the awards provide for £1500 for home and EU students and £4000 for
overseas students offset against fees for the 2009/2010 academic year. Depending on circumstances,
awards could be also granted to students undertaking Postgraduate Certificates or Postgraduate Diplomas.

SCHOOL OF MODERN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

THE MA SCHOLARSHIPS SCHEME covers “taught” and “research” programmes in all of the following
departments: Department of Classics and Ancient History, Department of English Studies, Department of
History, Department of Music, Department of Philosophy, Department of Theology and Religion, School of
Modern Languages and Cultures. Please contact Departments for further information.

                               PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARDS

UNIVERSITY-WIDE

THE DURHAM UNIVERSITY ARTS MANAGEMENT GROUP incorporating the F M Leeson
Bequest, the Performing Arts Fund and the Norah C Bowes Bursaries. This Group provides students
undertaking projects relating to any branch of the arts with financial assistance. The Group meets four times
a   year;    deadlines      for    applications    will    be     advertised.       Students   should     see
www.dur.ac.uk/student.finance/eca/artsmanagement for further information.

DURHAM UNIVERSITY EXPEDITIONS PANEL. This Panel considers proposals for Expeditions and
may sponsor approved Expeditions permitting them to use the title 'Durham University Expedition'. In order
to be eligible for consideration, Expeditions must meet the following criteria: the Expedition is normally to
locations beyond Western Europe; the membership of the Expedition consists of at least 50% Durham
student members; the proposed duration in the field is normally a minimum of four weeks; the research aims
are worthwhile and the planning is such as to make it likely that the aims will be met; that all Durham
student members are members of the University's Expedition Society. The Panel meets up to three times a
year;     deadlines     for    applications    will    be     advertised.         Students     should     see
www.dur.ac.uk/student.finance/eca/expeditionspanel for further information.

THE DURHAM UNIVERSITY FUND FOR STUDENTS TRAVELLING ABROAD. This Panel
provides undergraduate and postgraduate students who wish to travel abroad independently to broaden
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Panel meets once a year in March; deadlines for applications will be advertised. Students should see
www.dur.ac.uk/student.finance/eca/councilfund for further information.

A NUMBER OF IAN GRAHAM AWARDS, to the value of £250, will be made annually to full-time
students making significant all-round contributions to the life of the University, eg in such spheres as the
performing arts, sport and student welfare, in addition to maintaining satisfactory academic progress.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARDS. These awards, which will be made from a fund to the value
of £3,500 per annum, are intended to provide students who wish to undertake extra-curricular university-
based activities which will foster their personal development and which do not fall under the remits of the
Durham University Arts Management Group, the Durham University Fund for Students Travelling Abroad
or the Durham University Expeditions Panel, with financial assistance. Examples would be participating in
university sport, participating in the activities of clubs, societies or SCA work. Students should see
www.dur.ac.uk/student.finance/eca/personaldevelopment for further information.

A NUMBER OF THORP SCHOLARSHIPS, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually to a "student
of limited means, fair academic attainments and good moral character". Nominations for the Scholarship
will be invited annually from Colleges.

TWO UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA (UCAL) STUDENT EXCHANGE BURSARIES, to the value
of £3,000 each, will be available to students who meet the following criteria: they are a registered full-time
student at Durham University; their department(s) have confirmed that they are academically and
emotionally suitable to participate in the Exchange Scheme; they are accepted by the University of
California as an exchange student. Priority will be given to students whose prior life experiences indicate
that they would benefit from participation in the Exchange Scheme. Students will not normally be
considered for a University of California (UCAL) Student Exchange Bursary if their parents' residual income
exceeds £39,500 per annum and if they already have substantial funding towards their participation in the
Exchange Scheme apart from parental contribution, eg commercial sponsorship. Students should contact the
Student Financial Support Office for further information.

QUEEN'S CAMPUS-WIDE

FOUR EDE AND RAVENSCROFT PRIZES, to the value of £250 each and funded by an annual donation
from Ede and Ravenscroft, will be awarded to first or second year students studying on any course and year
at Queen's Campus Stockton who have fulfilled one or more of the following criteria: academic excellence;
contribution to the community; personal endeavour.

                                          COLLEGE AWARDS

COLLEGE OF ST HILD AND ST BEDE

CHORAL SCHOLARSHIPS, eight scholarships to the value of £100, will be awarded annually. Further
details can be obtained by contacting the Chaplain at The College of St Hild and St Bede.

ORGAN SCHOLARSHIPS, Two scholarships to the value of up to £300 each will be available annually.
Auditions will be held in October of each academic year.

DIRECTOR OF MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £500, will be awarded annually. Applications
should be directed to the Chaplain in the Epiphany Term.

JOHN SIMPSON MEMORIAL AWARDS, Travel Bursaries to the value of between £200 and £1,000, are
awarded in relation to academic pursuits and further details can be obtained by contacting the college.

ANN BOYNTON MEMORIAL AWARDS, to the value of up to £400, awarded annually for the best
contribution to College Life of a student who maintains good academic progress.

COLLIER PRIZE, to the value of £200 will be awarded annually for the best performance by a Hild Bede
student in School of Education Examinations.

COLLINGWOOD COLLEGE

Please contact College for further information.

GEORGE STEPHENSON COLLEGE

Please contact College for further information.


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GREY COLLEGE

Please contact College for further information.

HATFIELD COLLEGE

BARRIE WETTON PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of
College Officers to the student(s) who has made a significant “behind-the-scenes” contribution to College
life throughout his/her time in Hatfield.

THE BARRY NORTHROP PRIZE, to the value of £500, is available to be awarded annually on the
recommendation of College Officers to any member of Hatfield College MCR conducting research in any
discipline in which there is a significant Asian component or connection, such connection to be approved by
the Master, Senior Tutor or the Tutor for Postgraduates. The Director of the Trust, jointly with the Master or
Senior Tutor, may offer any awardee further awards of up to £500 per annum, but not exceeding 3 awards
per student in total, where additional awards are justified by performance and need in order to successfully
pursue a two or three year Master’s or Doctoral Programme. Applications are invited from members of the
Hatfield MCR by 31 August in any year.

THE BAXTER PRIZES to, the value of £50, will be awarded annually by College Officers on the
recommendation of Boards of Examiners to Hatfield students who have achieved a good performance in
their first, second or third year examinations.

THE BRILEEN AWARD, to the value of £300, is available to be awarded annually on the
recommendation of College Officers and the Director of the Hatfield Trust to a first year female student who
is studying Honours Music. The aim of the award is to enable the student to extend those music activities
which will support academic work in the Music Honours programme.

CYNTHIA CONNOLLY PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the recommendation
of College Officers to the student(s) who has made a sustained commitment to College sport throughout
his/her time in Hatfield.

THE DONALD REDFEARN SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £50 or another amount at the discretion of
the Master of Hatfield College, will be awarded on the recommendation of the Master of Hatfield College to
any former pupil of Ecclesbourne School who is pursuing a course of study at either undergraduate or
postgraduate level.

THE DRINKWATER AWARD, a bursary, to the value of £250, will be awarded annually to a student who
travels abroad on a project which involves using a language not studied at University. Information on
application procedures will be advertised internally during the Epiphany Term and decisions on funding are
made by the Director of the Hatfield Trust and members of the JCR Executive committee.

FLOREAT FUND AWARDS, five awards, to the value of £1,000, will be made annually on the
recommendation of College Officers to encourage Hatfield undergraduates to progress to postgraduate study
at Durham University. Applications are invited from current Hatfield undergraduates during the Easter
Term.

GILBERT LARWOOD PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of
College Officers to the student(s) who has had significant involvement in the performing arts in College
throughout his/her time in Hatfield.

THE HATFIELD BURSARIES FOR INDEPENDENT RESEARCH WITHIN THE UK. The Hatfield
Trust will award up to nine bursaries annually – four for postgraduates and five for undergraduates - to the
value of £250 each to help with field work or laboratory work costs. The aim of these bursaries is to
encourage Hatfield students to undertake an independent research project in the UK. Bursaries will be
awarded on the recommendation of College Officers and the Director of the Hatfield Trust and candidates
may be invited for interview. Applications are invited from current Hatfield students during the Easter
Term.

THE HATFIELD COLLEGE FIVER FUND, is intended to provide financial assistance for those
undergraduate students who are unable to participate in extra-curricular activities as a result of financial
hardship. Applications from Hatfield undergraduates will be invited in the Michaelmas and Epiphany Term
and will be considered by the Director of the Hatfield Trust and members of the JCR Executive Committee.

HATFIELD HISTORY PRIZE, two awards to the value of £200 each, to provide Hatfield students
undertaking an undergraduate history dissertation, access to books of direct relevance to their dissertation


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that are not already held by the College library. It is expected that the books will be donated to the library on
completion of the dissertation. Applications are invited from current Hatfield students during the Easter
Term.

HATFIELD TRUST TROPHY, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of College Officers to
the student(s) who has made an outstanding contribution to College rowing throughout his/her time in
Hatfield.

HATFIELD CHORAL SCHOLARSHIPS, eight choral scholarships, to the value of £100 each and funded
by the Hatfield Trust, Hatfield SCR and Professor J.P. Barber, will be awarded annually after interviews/by
the College Chaplain and the Director of Music of the Hatfield Chapel Choir.

HATFIELD ORGAN SCHOLARSHIP (Director of Music), to the value of £250, awarded annually after
interviews/auditions by the College Chaplain.

HATFFIELD ORGAN SCHOLARSHIP (Organ Scholar), to the value of £200, awarded annually after
interviews/auditions by the College Chaplain.

HATFIELD TRUST AWARD, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of College Officers and
the Director of the Hatfield Trust to the student who has made an outstanding contribution to the Hatfield
College Trust throughout his/her time in Hatfield.

HATFIELD TRUST TRAVEL AWARDS, jointly funded by the Hatfield Trust and Hatfield College JCR,
is available to all undergraduates who wish to pursue humanitarian, educational, charitable or personally
challenging activities during the summer. Information on application procedures will be advertised internally
during the Epiphany Term and decisions on funding are made by the Director of the Hatfield Trust and
members of the JCR Executive committee.

MCR RESEARCH FUND, a grant of £400 is available from which all Hatfield postgraduates can apply to
draw from. Individual students may apply for a sum of up to £80 that will directly help with the completion
of their academic studies. Applications should be made during Epiphany and Easter Terms.

MICHAEL CROSSLEY SHIELD, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the recommendation
of College Officers to the student who has made an outstanding contribution to College life throughout
his/her time in Hatfield.

SENIOR TUTOR’S PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of
College Officers to a postgraduate student in recognition of his/her outstanding contribution to the Middle
Common Room.

THE SID HOLGATE MEMORIAL PRIZE FOR SCIENCE, to the value of £125, will be awarded
annually on the recommendation of College Officers to a Hatfield student who has made a significant
achievement in science and who has made an outstanding contribution to College life throughout his/her
time in Hatfield.

THE SIMON MCNAMARA AWARD, a travel bursary to the value of £400, will be awarded annually to a
student embarking on an adventurous journey which encompasses humanitarian, educational, charitable and
personally challenging activities. Information on application procedures will be advertised internally during
the Epiphany Term and decisions on funding are made by the Director of the Hatfield Trust and members of
the JCR Executive committee.

WHITWORTH TROPHY, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of College Officers to the
student(s) who has made an outstanding contribution to College rugby throughout his/her time at Hatfield.

JOHN SNOW COLLEGE

Please contact College for further information.

JOSEPHINE BUTLER COLLEGE

Please contact College for further information.

ST AIDAN'S COLLEGE

TWO BEATRICE HOLLINGSWORTH AWARDS, to the value of £1,000 each, will be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Principal of St Aidan's College and the Pro-Vice-Chancellor


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(Science). The Awards are open to graduates of St Aidan's College who stay on in the College to work for a
higher degree in the Faculty of Science.

THE DEREK WILSON PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually by the trustees of
St Aidan's College to students of the College with the best performance in Preliminary Honours Mathematics
subject to the proviso that a student of sufficient merit exists.

THE ETHLEEN SCOTT BURSARY, to the value of £2,000 and funded from a bequest of the
Founder/Principal of St Aidan’s College, will be awarded once every two years to students who, in the
opinion of the Principal of St Aidan’s College, show such ability in the study of French or Music as to
warrant financial aid for the furtherance of their studies.

TWO FERGUS DALZELL PRIZES, to the value of £250 each, will be awarded annually by the trustees
of St Aidan's College to students of the College with the best performances in Preliminary and Final
Honours in Law subject to the proviso that students of sufficient merit exist.

THE LESLIE CLARK PRIZE, to the value of up to £500, will be awarded annually by the trustees of
St Aidan's College to students of engineering in the College to fund travel by Engineering students on
worthwhile projects. In the event of there being no suitable Engineering students, the award may be made to
non-Engineers who are undertaking an Engineering related project.

THE ST AIDAN'S COLLEGE GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP will be awarded by the trustees of
St Aidan's College for a period of up to three years (awarded for one year initially and then renewed) to a
graduate student in any subject. The value of the award is such that it makes a contribution of no less than
one half of the cost of lodgings in College and board during term-time.

ST CHAD'S COLLEGE

THE DOUGLAS HORSFALL GOLD MEDALLIST, to the value of £200, will be awarded annually to
students of St Chad's College gaining the highest first-class average (generally 80% and above) in each of
the three faculties.

THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £150 will be awarded annually to a
student of St Chad’s College with one of the best first-class averages.

THE BISHOP EDWARD KING SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £150 will be awarded annually to a
student of St Chad’s College with one of the best first-class averages.

THE LORD HALIFAX SCHOLARHSIP, to the value of £150 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first-class averages.

THE OLD STUDENTS SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £150 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first-class averages.

THE SIR ALFRED JONES SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £150 will be awarded annually to a student
of St Chad’s College with one of the best first-class averages.

THE SENIOR COMMON ROOM SCHOLARSHIP (Unsung hero Award), to the value of £150 will be
awarded annually to a student of St Chad’s College, nominated by the JCR or MCR, who has made a
significant unacknowledged contribution to college, university or civic life.

THE C. E. WHITING SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE CHARLES ROBERTS SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student
of St Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE DAVID JASPER SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE ELLEN ELIZABETH CHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of
St Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE ERIC HALLIDAY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
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THE ERNEST BETTENSON SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student
of St Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE FRANK RIGBY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE FRANK TOBIN SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE GEORGE NICHOLSON SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a
student of St Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE JAMES WOOD SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE JOHN BREWIS SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE JOHN FENTON SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE JOHN HEDLEY SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE MOULSDALE SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE PER ARDUA AD ASTRA SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a
student of St Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE RAY THORNHILL SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of
St Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE ROBIN HORSFALL SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of
St Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE RONALD TROUNSON SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student
of St Chad’s College with one of the best first class averages.

THE R.V. CLAMPITT SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class average.

THE THEODORE WETHERALL SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a
student of St Chad’s College with one of the best first class average.

THE WILLIAM JONES SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75 will be awarded annually to a student of St
Chad’s College with one of the best first class average.

A NUMBER OF ST CHAD'S COLLEGE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS, to the value of £50, will
be awarded annually to students of St Chad's College with the highest 2:1 averages in College.

SENIOR ORGAN SCHOLARSHIP, awarded annually after trials conducted by the Director of Music and
the Organist of Durham Cathedral. The Senior Organ Scholar receives a number of private lessons with one
of the Cathedral Organists as well as a stipend.

TWO JUNIOR ORGAN SCHOLARSHIP, awarded annually after trials conducted by the Director of
Music and the Organist of Durham Cathedral. The Organ Scholars receive a number of private lessons with
one of the Cathedral Organists as well as a stipend.

CHORAL SCHOLARSHIPS, up to twelve scholarships are awarded annually after trials conducted by the
Director of Music and the Organist of Durham Cathedral. The Choral Scholars receive a stipend which they
can use towards private singing lessons.

MICHAEL RAMSEY POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS, to the value of £100, will be awarded
annually on the recommendation of departments to postgraduate students of St Chad's College.



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THE TRAIDCRAFT FELLOWSHIP, funded jointly by the College and the Traidcraft Fellowship. The
fellowship is tenable for periods between three months and one year, and is designed to further research into
fair trade. Overseas candidates are especially encouraged to apply. The non-stipendiary Fellowship includes
room and board in a one bedroom flat and an annual research grant of £5,000 (pro-rata). Approximate value
£8,500. Further details can be found on the Traidcraft Fellowship web site.

JUNIOR POSTGRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS, Junior Postgraduate Fellowships combine postgraduate
study with additional work in College. The value of the fellowships ranges from £500 up to £1,000, and
several may be awarded in any given year. This fellowship may be held in conjunction with other
fellowships and awards. Applicants should write to The Principal, St Chad’s College, 18 North Bailey,
Durham, DH1 3RH.

SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS, approximate value £1500 per term, appointed to experienced
scholars who wish to spend an extended period of time working within the College. Applicants should write
to The Principal, St Chad’s College, 18 North Bailey, Durham, DH1 3RH.

DURHAM CATHEDRAL ARTIST IN RESIDENCE, approximate value £20,000. The College, in
conjunction with Durham Cathedral, Northern Arts, and Sunderland University, sponsors the Durham
Cathedral Artist in Residence. The artist has a studio in the Cathedral precincts but lives in and is a part of
St Chad’s College. Appointments are for periods of up to one year. Further details can be obtained from
The Principal, St Chad’s College, 18 North Bailey, Durham, DH1 3RH.

SCHOLARS/WRITERS IN RESIDENCE: From time to time the College appoints a number of non-
stipendiary Scholars or Writers in Residence. These Scholars, often holding academic posts with the
University and tutorial post within the College, usually reside in College. Further details can be obtained
from The Principal, St Chad’s College, 18 North Bailey, Durham, DH1 3RH.

VISITING FELLOWS: The College appoints Visiting Fellows, who generally are resident in College
during a sabbatical from another University. Further details can be obtained from The Principal, St Chad’s
College, 18 North Bailey, Durham, DH1 3RH.

ST CUTHBERT'S SOCIETY

THE CHARLES HOLMES PRIZE, to the value of £250, will be awarded to a final year student of
St Cuthbert's Society for outstanding achievement.

TEN NORTON PRIZES, to the value of £50, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Departments for the best first year undergraduate student within St Cuthbert's Society.

THE O W CRAGGS PRIZE, to the value of £70, will be awarded annually to the student achieving the
best academic performance by a St Cuthbert’s undergraduate in the School of Biological and Biomedical
Sciences.

TIM HUGHES PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded to a part-time student of St Cuthbert's Society
for achievement.

THE APEDAILE SCHOLARSHIP, a two year Research Bursary of £2,000 per year, renewable by
application under competitive conditions for a third (and then again very exceptionally for a fourth) year.
The aim of the award is to help build a part-funded St Cuthbert’s student up towards full Research Council
funded level. The subject matter of the intended MPhil/PhD is open but preference will be given to a
Research Project with potential Scientific or Economic impact.

THE LAING O’ROURKE PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded annually for the best academic
performance by a first year.

THE HENRY TUDOR STUDENT AWARD, to the value of £250. The Award will be allocated to up to
20 students for individual Student development. The Award is designed to help students gain financial
support towards career development and charity and/or community work.

THE HENRY TUDOR GROUP AWARD, to the value of £1000. The Award is aimed at a JCR club or
society within the college. It helps students gain financial support for travel, living costs etc for an event,
project, visit or tour which contributes to personal development and promotes the values of St Cuthbert’s
Society. It is not intended to use to directly support academic activities such as field trips or presenting
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THE SENIOR TUTOR PRIZE, to the value of £100, will be awarded to a student of St Cuthbert’s for
sustained and exceptional contribution to the life of St Cuthbert’s Society.

ST JOHN'S COLLEGE

THE MILLION SHILLING FUND, aims to support the religious education of evangelical students at St
John’s College, having particular regard to benefitting the children of clergy. This is interpreted as meaning
the relief of hardship for those students in need who have clergy parents. Typical grants are of one or two
hundred pounds. Applications are invited in the Michaelmas term and are decided by a committee
comprising the Principal, Bursar, President of Council and two other College members meeting annually in
December.

THE WALLIS ORGAN SCHOLARSHIP, exists to recognize ability and secure the services of an
organist for the College Chapel. The typical grant is three hundred pounds (plus £150 for organ lessons). It
is awarded at the discretion of the Principal of St John’s College to a student at the College.

THE ST JOHN’S STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES FUND. The purpose of this fund is to provide relief of
hardship and monies to enable participation and enrichment. Typical grants are of the order of hundreds of
pounds. Grants for in-course bursaries may be made at any time and are decided by a committee comprising
the Principal and Senior Tutor meeting three times each term. ?? H’S

THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND. The fund has two aims:

1. To provide access awards, in-course bursaries and personal development to support students to make the
very best of their time at the University, but who may otherwise struggle financially or be prevented from
accessing all the opportunities available. Typical grants for in-course bursaries are of the order of hundreds
of pounds. Grants for in-course bursaries may be made at any time and are decided by a committee
comprising the Principal, Warden and Senior Tutor meeting three times each term.

2. To fund a post-graduate scholarship. The postgraduate scholarship has a geographic bias towards the
developing world and a subject bias towards Theology and Ministry focus. Typical grants for the
postgraduate scholarship are of the order of £3000-£4000. Applications for the post-graduate scholarship
must be routed to the college via University or College academic staff supervising the student.

THE BOWEN BURSARY FUND. This is a travel bursary funded by monies from the estate of David
Bowron, used for relief work for the poor in India. Typical grants are of the order of £200. Applications are
invited in the Epiphany term and are decided by a committee comprising the Principal and Senior Tutor.

ST MARY'S COLLEGE

A NUMBER OF CICELY ALICE CAMPBELL AWARDS, for British undergraduates of St Mary's
College in need of financial assistance, are to be made on the recommendation of the College Council of
St Mary's College. Undergraduates are invited to apply for these awards, but they might also be made at the
suggestion of Departments. Applications should be made to the Principal of St Mary's College by the first
Monday of the Epiphany Term 2008, or the first Monday of the Easter Term 2009.

THE MARY HOLDSWORTH TRAVELLING SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £75, may be awarded
annually by the College Council of St Mary's College each year to one or more undergraduates of the
College towards the cost of travel beyond the requirements of their course.

THE RUTH BOSTOCK MEMORIAL PRIZE, to the value of £40, will be awarded annually to a second
year student of St Mary's College who in the opinion of the Board of Examiners in English Studies submits
the best long essay for the "Special Topic" course.

TWO BEATRICE HOLLINGSWORTH AWARDS will be awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Principal of St Mary's College and the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Science). The Awards are open to
graduates of St Mary's College who stay on in the College to work for a higher degree in the Faculty of
Science.

A NUMBER OF MARGARET FERGUSSON SCHOLARSHIPS, to the total value of £400, may be
awarded by the College Council of St Mary's College each year to one or more undergraduates or
postgraduates of the College towards the cost of study or travel in Mediterranean countries. Preference
would be given in the first instance to students in the Departments of Classics, Archaeology, Theology or
Modern Languages. Applications should be made to the Principal of St Mary's College by the first Monday
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TREVELYAN COLLEGE

THE HELENA BISS SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £450 and tenable at Trevelyan College, will be
awarded by the Bursaries Committee of the College to students in the field of Classics. The Bursary is open
to undergraduates of any year.

TWO JOAN BERNARD SCHOLARSHIPS, to the value of £200, to be awarded to the best performing
second year students in the Faculty of Arts, who attain a first class average assessment in that year.

THE MARION ZUNZ TRAVEL BURSARY, to the value of £500 per annum, is offered to an
undergraduate or postgraduate student of Trevelyan College for overseas fieldwork, broadly related to the
natural world or associated ecological or sustainability issues.

FIVE SIR JAMES KNOTT SCHOLARSHIPS, to the value of £100 each for the purchase of books, will
be awarded to first year undergraduates of Trevelyan College residing in the counties of Northumberland,
Durham, Tyne and Wear and Cleveland. The awards are made on grounds of academic achievement,
motivation and financial need.

SIX TREVELYAN SOCIETY PRIZES, to the value of £100, will be awarded for excellent performance
in the second year examinations. The six prizes will be shared equally amongst the three faculties.

A NUMBER OF TREVELYAN TRUST TRAVEL BURSARIES, to the combined value of £1,500 and
tenable at Trevelyan College, are open to students for travel or field work related to current or future
academic work. The Bursaries will be awarded by the Bursaries Committee of the College.

ANITA MILNE SCHOLARSHIPS, to the value of £200, are available to help support postgraduate
research students with travel costs associated with academic activities related to their research programme.

A NUMBER OF TREVELYAN COLLEGE SCR TRAVEL BURSARIES, normally to the combined
value of £500 a year. These are open to non-finalist Trevelyan College undergraduates, engaged upon a non-
academic, voluntary, charitable community project either in the UK or overseas. Theses are not intended for
charity fund raising purposes but can be used to support charitable work.

THE GREENWOOD MERIT SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £400, open to Trevelyan College students
who wish to travel, to extend their study of China or of the Chinese language.

THE NIGEL AND SUSAN MARTIN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS, Initially, one scholarship to the
value of £200 awarded to the second year Mathematics student who has the highest average above 70% in
the end of year examinations. If no mathematics student fulfils that criteria, it will be awarded to the second
year student with the highest average above 70% in Natural Sciences provided that the student has taken at
least two mathematics modules. If no student fulfils either criteria it may be awarded to the second year
student in the Faculty of Science with the highest average above 70%.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

THE HUNTER DAVIES PRIZE, an award of up to £100 for the best piece(s) of journalism in Palatinate,
the student newspaper of Durham University, as determined by the Master and Senior Man of University
College and the Editor of Palatinate.

JOHN E CROWTHER BURSARY FOR MATHEMATICS AND SPORT, awarded to a penultimate year
undergraduate Mathematical Sciences student at University College and making a significant contribution to
college sport.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BURSARY FUND, formerly the University College Prize, provides travel
bursaries for undergraduates and support for students in financial difficulties. Monies are disbursed at the
discretion of the Master of University College in consultation with the Senior Tutor.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CANON CHASE MEMORIAL FUND, awards of up to £300 made to
undergraduates for contributions to University College Chapel.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DURHAM TRUST UNDERGRADUATE TRAVEL AWARDS, an award
of up to £300 to undergraduate students of University College for travel, but not in connection with a
student’s degree programme (e.g. field trips, dissertation work).

UNIVERSTIY COLLEGE SKENE BURSARY, awards of up to £300 each, for travel and contributions to
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A NUMBER OF JOHN LOVEDAY PRIZES FOR UNIVERSITY COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES,
to the value of £300, will be awarded annually to undergraduates of University College for contributions to
the College Chapel and academic excellence in Classics.

THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE SENIOR COMMON ROOM TRAVEL GRANT, to the value of £300,
will be awarded annually to a postgraduate student for fieldwork, library visit or conference attendance.

USTINOV COLLEGE

Please contact College for further information.

VAN MILDERT COLLEGE

THE VAN MILDERT COLLEGE STUDENT SUPPORT FUND provides support for students in
financial difficulties. Monies are allocated at the discretion of the Master in consultation with the Senior
Tutor.

THE VAN MILDERT COLLEGE TRAVEL BURSARY FUND provides travel bursaries for
undergraduates which are awarded, on the basis of annual competition, by the Master in consultation with
the College Officers and the JCR President.

THE JUDY TURNER TRAVEL BURSARY, of variable values per year, will be awarded to a Van
Mildert student whose travel has great academic potential.

THE VAL MILLER TRAVEL BURSARY, to the value of £300, will be awarded to a Van Mildert student
whose travel includes working with underprivileged children's projects.

THE DAVID ELLERY TRAVEL BURSARY, to the value of £150, will be awarded to a student whose
travel involves Modern Languages.

THE VAN MILDERT COLLEGE TRUST RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP, to the value of £10,000 per
year, will be awarded every three years. The Trustees invite applications for the 3-year Research
Scholarship from candidates of any nationality who must possess, or expect to obtain, a 1st class degree or
equivalent and demonstrate outstanding potential to undertake high-level research. The appointed scholar
must register for a full-time PhD at Durham University in any discipline appropriate to the research activities
of the University. The Scholarship covers fees and a stipend (currently £10k per annum) plus a
books/expenses allowance (currently £1,000). Complimentary accommodation is provided in College and
the award-holder also has the opportunity to act as a Resident Tutor to the College’s undergraduate student
community. Prospective candidates should contact the Master for further details of the award which is next
due to be tenable from October 2012.




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