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Rankine Bequest [F4143]
A sum of 20,000 pounds sterling having been donated to the University by Dr W. J. Rankine for use by the School of Dentistry, a bequest, called the Rankine Bequest, is established. The bequest is administered in accordance with the following regulations.
1. The income from the bequest after capitalisation, in accordance with Senate policy, is used for the following purposes:
(b) travel by dental students in the clinical years of the course for the degree of Bachelor of Dental Science and by academic staff in the School of Dentistry; and
(c) for such other purposes as may be determined jointly by the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry and the Head of the School of Dentistry.
2. Allocations from the bequest for the purposes specified mustâ€”
(a) be determined jointly by the Head of the School of Dentistry and a member of the Faculty, other than a member of the School of Dentistry, who is appointed by the Faculty on the nomination of the Head of the School of Dentistry; and
(b) be reported annually to the Faculty.