January 5, 1996

WEIGELT-WALLACE AWARD Angus Wallace, head of orthopaedic surgery at the Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, has been awarded $50,000 from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre in Dallas. The award was established by Ross Perot in recognition of Professor Wallace's "exemplary medical care" when he operated on Paula Dixon, who suffered a collapsed lung during a Boeing 747 flight last May.


The following institutions achieved first place in the Higher Education Marketing Awards from The Higher Education Information Services Trust Postgraduate prospectus: University of Hertfordshire.

Publication for business and industry: University of Durham.

Undergraduate prospectus: University of Wales College of Medicine.

Internal news publication: Middlesex University - North Circular.

PR/marketing campaign: University of Cambridge and Worcester College of Higher Education [joint first prize].

Course leaflet/brochure: Newcastle College - Business (Management of Caring).

Student recruitment advertisement: University of Sunderland -"Automotive Design and Manufacture Poster".

Annual report: De Montfort University. Alumni publication: University of Bristol - Nonesuch.

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