November 24, 1995


Danny Gesua, director of finance and administration at Frere Chomely Bishoff, has been appointed as director of finance and administration.

University of St Andrews

Jeremy Thurlow, researcher at King's College London, has been appointed composer in residence, the first at the University of St Andrews.


Adrian Lee, commercial solicitor, has been appointed clerk to the governors.


The following have been elected as council members of the Institute for the year starting October 1995: President: Arnold Wolfendale, department of physics at the University of Durham. Previous president: Clive Foxell, consultant, Chesham. Honorary treasurer: John Lewis, retired school teacher, Malvern. Honorary secretary: Eric Jakeman, Defence Evaluation Research Agency, Malvern. Vice-presidents: Ian Butterworth, The Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London; Vernon Morgan, school of electrical, electronic and systems engineering, University of Wales, Cardiff; J. Anthony Scott, department of physics, University College Dublin; Michael Westbrook, consultant, Colchester. Ordinary members: John Beeby, University of Leicester; Dolores Byrne, Defence Evaluation Research Agency, Portsmouth; John Enderby, University of Bristol; Norman Fancey, University of Edinburgh; Neil Forbes, The Forbes Partnership Ltd; Kenneth Grattan, City University, London; Carole Jordan, University of Oxford; Peter Kalmus, Queen Mary and Westfield College, London; Brian Manley, consultant, East Sussex; Peter Melville, Essex County Council; John Moore, Lucas Bryce; Stuart Palmer, University of Warwick; Michael Rudden, University of Northumbria; Marshall Stoneham, University College, London; Lance Thomas, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; William Vinen, University of Birmingham; Maria Francisca da Silva Wheeler, Withington Girls' School.

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