December 29, 1995

UMIST. Hugh Willmott, reader in Manchester school of management, chair in organisational analysis; Jill Rubery, senior lecturer in Manchester school of management, chair in comparative employment systems; Michael Marchington, senior lecturer in Manchester school of management, chair in human resource management; Paul Layzell, senior lecturer iin computation, chair in software management; D. Broomhead, senior scientific officer at the Defence Research Agency, chair in applied mathematics; J. Dold, reader at Bristol University, chair in applied mathematics.

Thomas Millar, reader in mathematics, chair in astrophysics; Roger Newman, reader, chair in corrosion and protection; Robin Procter, corrosion and protection centre, chair in science and technology; N. Allinson, reader in electronics at University of York, chair in electronic systems engineering; K. Hoskin, senior lecturer at Warwick Business School, chair in accounting; Ruth Itzhaki, department of optometry and vision sciences, professorial fellowship in vision sciences.


Gerda Siann, professor of psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University, AT&T chair of gender relations; Jill Belch, founder member of the National Raynaud's Phenomenon Working Party, professor in the department of medicine; Norma Baldwin, Warwick University, chair in child care and protection.

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