Statute No. 22: Gledden Trust

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Statute No. 22: Gledden Trust

The late Robert John Gledden having bequeathed the residue of his estate to the University in trust so that the income would be used 'for the promotion and encouragement of education at such University to provide for two or more scholarships in applied science, more particularly relating to surveying, engineering or mining or cognate subjects upon such terms and conditions as the University shall from time to time by Statute direct provided that such scholarships shall be known as the 'Robert Gledden' and the 'Maude Gledden' scholarships', and having expressed the hope that 'one at least of such scholarships will be a travelling scholarship', the Senate has determined for the time-being to use the income as follows:

1.(1) The income of the Gledden Trust shall be used to provide for—

(a) Robert and Maude Gledden Visiting Senior Fellowships;
(b) Robert and Maude Gledden Undergraduate Studentships;
(c) Robert and Maude Gledden Postgraduate Scholarships.

(2) Awards in each category shall be made by the Scholarships Committee on the terms and conditions set out in the regulations approved by the Senate on the recommendation of the Scholarships Committee through the Academic Board.