Fellowships

April 18, 1997

University College, London

Honorary fellowships: Thomas Bingham, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales and formermaster of the rolls, visitor of UCL (1992-96); Patricia Easterling, regius professor of Greek, University of Cambridge; Teruo Hiruma, president of Hamamatsu Photonics KK;Jeffrey Jowell, professor of public law at UCL since 1975, vice provost and head of the graduate school since 1992;

Karl Miller, emeritus professor of modern English literature at UCL since 1992, Lord Northcliffe professor of modern English literature and head of the department (1974-92), editor then co-editor, The London Review of Books (1979-92); Stanley Peart,professor of medicine, St Mary's Hospital, London (1956-87), trustee, the Wellcome Trust (1975-94) and deputy chairman, (1991-94); Martin Swales, professor of German at UCL since 1976, public orator since 1990, honorary director, instituteof Germanic studies; Peter Williams, executive chairman, Oxford Instruments plc since 1991 and chief executive since 1985, deputy group managing director VG Instruments 1979-82, lecturer in chemical engineering and technology, Imperial College, 1970-75.

Fellowships: Adarsh Anand, judge, Supreme Court of India since 1991; Wendy Davies, pro provost for European affairs and professorof history at UCL; Sally Davis, vicepresident business development strategy NYNEX Network Systems Company; Trevor Evans, chiefexecutive and secretary, Institution of Chemical Engineers since 1976, head joint-general secretariat, European Federation of Chemical Engineering; Ashley Hill, head ofprogramme planning, Channel 4,former head of programmescheduling at British Satellite Broadcasting (1989-91); Harold Hughes, director general, UK Offshore Operators Association, former director and general manager, Exploration and Production Companies, British Gas; John Liebeschuetz, emeritus professor of classics, University of Nottingham; John Maynard, former group managing director, Healthcare, Amersham International plc; Stephen Perry, managing director, London Export Group, vice president China-Britain Trade Group, director, the International Shakespeare Globe Centre; Chung-kwong Poon, president, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Roger Rideout, professor of labour law at UCL since 1973.

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