August 22, 1997

University of Wales, Cardiff

Honorary fellowships: John Birt, director general of the BBC; Andrew Davies, author, screenwriter and playwright; Dennis O'Neill, international operatic tenor; Ingrid Surgenor, official accompanist to the Cardiff Singer of the World Competition; Waqar Younis, Pakistan test cricketer who is playing for Glamorgan CCC this season; Tanni Grey, Paralympic gold medallist and world record holder; Richard Sykes, deputy chairman and chief executive of Glaxo-Wellcome plc; Tung Lok Li, chemical engineer and chair of Hong Kong-based QPL International Holdings;

Kenneth Morgan, former vice chancellor of the University of Wales, Abersytwyth, editor of the Welsh History Review, fellow and praelector of modern history and politics at Queen's College Oxford, member of the Board of Celtic Studies; Chung-Hwan Mun, vice chair and chief executive of LG Semicon, Korea, awarded the Order of Industrial Merit Gold Tower in 1992 and the Korean Manager Award in 1995; Idris Pearce, partner and managing partner of Richard Ellis Chartered Surveyors and International Property Consultants, deputy chairman of Urban Regeneration Agency and chairman of the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales; Jessica Pearce, H.M. ambassador to the Republic of Belarus; Ramachandra Rao, founder president of Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research in Bangalore and former director of the Indian Institute of Science.

Fellowship: Hugh Thomas, partner in charge of Price Waterhouse, Cardiff, former treasurer and member of UWC's court and council.

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