Education: Graff Fellowship

Graff Fellowship

The aims of Mr. Du Pont and Dean Collie have echoes abroad. A Clarence Graff Fellowship has been founded at Oxford "to foster a better understanding in Great Britain of the social conditions and currents of opinion in the United States and to establish friendly contacts.

The fellowship is open to unmarried men, graduates of Oxford or Cambridge, provides for advanced study at universities west of the Alleghanies and east of the Rockies. The fellowship carries £250 in addition to the tuition fee at the university chosen.


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