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Computer Fellowships Offered

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The International Business Machines Corporation has made a grant to the Harvard Computing Center to establish fellowships for advanced graduate students and first-year postdoctoral fellows interested in applying automatic data processing to their special fields.

The fellowships, which are for one year, will be supported half by IBM and half by the Harvard department in which the fellow is enrolled. Inquiries regarding this program should be directed to Antony G. Oettinger, chairman of the Harvard Computing Center.

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