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Nature volume 131, page 480 (01 April 1933) | Download Citation



CAMBRIDGE.—Appointments to three University lectureships in mathematics will be made in the Easter term, to take effect from October 1. The initial basic stipend of a University lecturer is £200 a year but the General Board may grant an additional allowance of £150 a year to a lecturer who is not a fellow of a College and may also grant a number of years seniority carrying with it an increased basic stipend. Candidates are requested to send their names with any evidence of qualification to Mr. M. H. A. Newman, secretary to the Faculty Board of Mathematics, St. John's College, Cambridge, on or before May 6.

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