Elsie Hitchcock Prize
Founded in 1942 under the will of Dr Elsie Vaughan Hitchcock, Lecturer in English, Fellow of the College
- The Elsie Hitchcock Prize
may be awarded in each session to the
undergraduate student who has done the best work during the
session in English
- The Prize is awarded by the Council
on the recommendation of the
Arts and Humanities.
- The Prize takes the form
of books to the value of £15.
- No application is necessary.
- The qualifications of
candidates are considered by the Quain
English Language and Literature and the Lord
Northcliffe Professor of Modern
English Literature, who advise the Faculty
of Arts and Humanities.
- The award is announced in
- Awards are subject to the provisions of the General Regulations.
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