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January 13, 1995

There is now an opportunity to include more listings in Noticeboard and on the new Internet listings service NetGazette. The newspaper version of Noticeboard will continue to focus on the UK with the following sections:

Events - - conferences, meetings, exhibitions, concerts; Appointments & Promotions - - readerships and senior administrative appointments; Grants - - over £50,000; Chairs, Fellowships, Awards. NetGazette will cover wider ground with international listings, smaller research grants and more junior appointments. Please send information for the following sections: Events, Appointments & Promotions - - academic up to the level of senior lecturer. Awards - - undergraduate prizes/local awards/university based scholarships. Please send information to: Lynne Williams, Noticeboard, THES, Admiral House, 66-68 East Smithfield, London E1 9XY, fax: 071 782 3300, Email: theschat@timsup2.demon.co.uk.


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