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collegiate university

collegiate university

‘A Scotch University added to Oxford’*? The Non-Collegiate Students

BROWN, Samuel Edward (1868 - 1929), Headmaster of Liverpool Collegiate School since 1909; Member of Incorporated Association of Headmasters; Member of Northern Universities Joint Matriculation Board

SHUCKBURGH, Evelyn Shirley (1843 - 1906), Librarian and late Fellow and Assistant Tutor of Emmanuel College, Cambridge; Classical Lecturer to Non-Collegiate Students; Lecturer in Ancient History, University College, London

NEEDHAM, Dorothy Mary Moyle (1896 - 1987), Research Worker, Biochemical Laboratory, Cambridge, 1920–63; Foundation Fellow, Lucy Cavendish Collegiate Society, University of Cambridge, 1965, Emeritus Fellow, 1966

MILROY, (Ann) Lesley (born 1944), Fellow, Faculty of Linguistics and Philology (formerly Centre for Linguistics and Philology), University of Oxford, since 2005; Hans Kurath Collegiate Professor of Linguistics, University of Michigan, 2000–05, now Professor Emerita

Taking the Town: Collegiate and Community Culture in the Bluegrass, 1880–1917. By Kolan Thomas Morelock. (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2008. xii, 422 pp. $55.00, ISBN 978-0-8131-2504-6.)

JACKSON, Harold Gordon (1888 - 1950), Master of Birkbeck College since 1943; Professor Emeritus of Zoology, 1948; Deputy Vice-Chancellor, 1949–50; Chairman of Collegiate Council, University of London 1947–50

FIDDES, Paul Stuart (born 1947), Professor of Systematic Theology, University of Oxford, since 2002; Professorial Research Fellow and Director of Research, Regent’s Park College, Oxford, since 2007; Ecumenical Canon, Christ Church, Oxford, since 2012; Ecumenical Prebendary, Collegiate Church of St Endelienta, North Cornwall, since 2012

WILFORD, John Russell (1877 - 1954), Principal of Christ’s College Collegiate Department, 1913–33; Canon of Christchurch Cathedral and Examiner in Hebrew for Canterbury University College, New Zealand; Watts-Russell Professor of Divinity and Hulsean-Chichele Professor of History, 1913–33

HATTON, John Leigh Smeathman (1865 - 1933), Principal, East London College (University of London), since 1896; Deputy Vice-Chancellor of University of London, 1930–31; an ex officio member of Senate; Member of the Court of the University; Chairman of the Collegiate Council; Dean of the Faculty of Science (University of London), 1922–26; Member of the Essex Education Committee; Member of the West Ham Education Committee till 1927; Barrister-at-law of Lincoln’s Inn


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A university in which the separate colleges, while subject to university regulations, have a high degree of autonomy in relation to management of their funds and property and their admissions procedures. Oxford, Cambridge, and Durham are collegiate universities.

Subjects: Education.

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