October 13, 1995


Bruce Doern (on half-time three-year secondment from the school of administration, Carleton University, Ottawa), chair of public policy; Duncan Bruce (senior lecturer, University of Sheffield), chair of inorganic chemistry; William Harvey (senior lecturer, University of Dundee), chair of civil engineering; Lammy Betten (director, the Hague Institute for Socio-Legal Studies), chair of European law; Andrew Soward (professor of fluid dynamics, University of Newcastle), professor of applied mathematics; Regenia Gagnier (professor of English, Stanford University), chair of English.

Personal Chairs George Bulkley, reader, professor in economics; Nicola Davis, senior lecturer, professor of educational telematics; Patrick Fowler, reader, professor of theoretical chemistry; Avril Henry, reader, professor of English mediaeval culture; Gareth Myles, senior lecturer, professor of economics; Richard Seaford, reader, professor of Greek literature; Allan Williams, reader, professor of human geography and European studies.

UNIVERSITY OF ESSEX The first Jungian chair of analytical psychology, funded jointly by the Society of Analytical Psychology and the University, has been conferred on Renos Papadopoulos of the Tavistock Clinic and Andrew Samuels, author of Jung and the Post-Jungians.

ST MARY'S COLLEGE John Fulton, senior lecturer and director of sociology, professor of sociology; Marion Lomax, senior lecturer, professor of literature.

UNIVERSITY OF TEESSIDE Janet Bainbridge, divisional leader in chemical and biotechnological sciences, professor of biotechnology and food science.

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