Chairs

August 9, 1996

UNIVERSITY OF LUTON

Angus Duncan, reader, professor of vulcanology; John Pitts, professor of applied social science and head of the social work department at Brunel University College, professor of applied social science.

INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING INITIATIVE The first research chairs, jointly funded by the IMI and the Royal Academy of Engineering, have been awarded to the following: Colin Ramshaw, department of chemical and process engineering at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, who will work in the process industries sector; John Turner, University of Southampton, who will work in the land transport sector.

UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING

James Hedley, retired principal of Inverness College, has been appointed professor emeritus in recognition of his contribution to strengthening links between the college and the university.

UNIVERSITY OF TEESSIDE

Ben Knights, assistant director of the department of adult and continuing education at the University of Durham, has been appointed professor of English.

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE

The following have been elected to professorships: Robert Bennett, professor at London School of Economics, professor of geography; John Trowsdale, principal scientist ICRF Human Immunogenetics Laboratory, London, professor of immunology; Bill Milne, professor of electrical engineering; Bill Dawes, lecturer in the department of engineering, Francis Mond professorship of aeronautical engineering.

UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE

David Power, senior lecturer in accountancy, has been appointed to the new chair of business finance.

Noticeboard is compiled by Lynne Williams. For further information see Netgazette on http//thesis.co.uk.

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