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Associate Fellows are appointed by Council from amongst distinguished academics, researchers and others whose appointment will demonstrably provide on-going benefit to the College. They will usually have had a prior relationship with the College, such as having been a Fellow.

Instructor in German Cinema Studies at New York University in Berlin
Lecturer in English and Education at York University
MRC Fellow in Biomedical Informatics, Dept of Zoology at Cambridge University
Senior Lecturer in French at Birmingham University
Lecturer, Centre for 18th Century Studies at York University
Postdoctoral Researcher, Anthropological Institute & Museum, University of Zurich
Vice-Principal & Professor of Fluid Dynamics at Queen Mary London
Research Fellow, Dept of Materials Science at Cambridge University. About to start teaching at Hinchingbrooke School.
Ocean/Ice Modeller in the Polar Oceans team, BAS at The Scott Polar Institute, Cambridge
Creative Writing Practice-based Research; Poetics Research Centre at Royal Holloway, London
Ikerbasque Research Professor/Visiting Fellow, Dept of Land Economy at Basque Centre for Climate Change, Bilbao/Cambridge
Lecturer in Shakespeare and Theatre at The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford
Tutor in Doctrine and Ministry at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University
Professor of Modern History and Director of Postgraduate Research for the College of Humanities at Exeter University
Lecturer in Psychology at Leicester University
Assistant Professor, Dept of Classics at Cornell University
Assistant Professor in Condensed Matter at Amsterdam University
Postdoctoral Research Associate at Maryland University, USA
Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing, Playwright at UEA, Norwich
Associate Professor and Director of the Bioethics Program in Dept of Social and Preventative Medicine at Montreal University
Lecturer in Social Anthropology at The University of Sussex
Associate Professor of Ancient History at Ghent University
Reader in Management at Glasgow University

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