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Nature volume 140, page 582 (02 October 1937) | Download Citation

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H.M. QUEEN MARY has once again shown the keen interest she takes in the higher education of women by promising to visit the Royal Holloway College (University of London) at Egham on October 12. H.R.H. Princess Alice is chairman of the governors of this women's College, which has about two hundred students, and she shows a highly practical interest in the College and in the careers of its students. It is worthy of mention that during the university year just closing a student of Royal Holloway College, Miss Gladys E. Muddle, gained the Sherbrooke Studentship and the Sir John William Lubbock Memorial Prize, open to all students of mathematics in the University of London.

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