Chairs

September 29, 1995

UNIVERSITY OF PORTSMOUTH. Steven Savage (senior lecturer and director of the Institute of Police and Criminological Studies), professor of criminology; Richard Healey (senior lecturer at Edinburgh University), professor of geography; Martin Severs (consultant geriatrician at St Mary's Hospital Medical School), visiting professor in the faculty of science/faculty of humanities and social sciences.

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD. Digby Tantam (professor of psychotherapy and consultant psychiatrist at University of Warwick and honorary consultant psychotherapist, Coventry District Health Authority), chair of psychotherapy; Robert Young (visiting professor at the universities of Kent and Sheffield), chair in psychotherapy and psychoanalytic studies.

UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA. Michael Stocking (reader in natural resources development), professor of development studies; Peter Brimblecombe (reader in atmospheric chemistry), professor of environmental sciences; Andrew Wilson (scientist at Plymouth Marine Laboratory), professor of environmental sciences; Ivor Goodson, (professor in the graduate school of education and human development, University of Rochester, New York), professor of education; Keith Fletcher, (professor of business administration, Strathclyde graduate business school, University of Strathclyde), professor of management; Richard Hodges (director of the British School at Rome), chair in the school of world art studies and museology; Gillian Murphy (senior research fellow and head of cell and molecular biology, Arthritis and Rheumatism Council), professor of biology; Andrew Watkinson (head of population sector in the school of biological sciences), professor of ecology.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON. The title of professor has been conferred on the following: M. Modell, senior lecturer, professor of primary health care; R. Harris, reader in anthropology, professor of remote sensing.

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