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Benington Memorial Studentship
Founded in 1910 by the late Mrs Norman-Robinson in memory of Robert Crewdson Benington, MD, a former postgraduate Research Assistant in the Biometric Laboratory
- A scholarship, known as the Benington Memorial
Studentship, may be awarded
in each session.
- The Studentship is awarded by the Council on the
recommendation of the
Faculty of Life Sciences or the Faculty of Social and Historical
- Candidates must be students of Human Genetics or of
Anthropology with a
strong interest in Human and Primate Variation and Evolution.
- The Studentship will be awarded for conducting
metrical researches bearing
upon questions of human and primate variation and evolution.
- The Studentship will be awarded to the best
undergraduate special studies
project or Masters thesis in this field.
- The value of the award may fluctuate from year to year
but will be in the
region of £250.
- Candidates must send written notice of their intention
to compete for the
studentship to the Registrar of the College on or before 15 May.
- The qualification of candidates are considered by the Head of
of Anthropology and the Head of the Department of Genetics.
- The Studentship is tenable for one session.
- Awards are subject to the provisions of the General Regulations.
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