Fellowships

January 13, 1995

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON

Fellows: Frederick Bullock, professor of physics and vice-provost; Margaret Clark, professor of nursing and director of the Centre for Advanced and International Studies in Nursing, Middlesex University; Bartolomeu dos Santos, head of printmaking at the Slade School of Fine Art and member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers; Ken Follett, thriller writer; John Garside, professor of chemical engineering at UMIST and president of the Institute of Chemical Engineering; Philip Johnson-Laird, professor of psychology at Princeton University, United States, fellow of the Royal Society and the British Academy;

John Kenny, chairman and founder of the J. P. Kenny Group of Companies; Mosurudeen Kuku, executive director, Mobil Oil Co., Lagos (1972-79), pro-chancellor and chairman of the governing council, University of Ife (1978-80); John Lennard-Jones, professor of gastroenterology at St Mark's Hospital (1987-92) and president of the British Digestive Foundation; Tom McNally, head of public affairs, Hill and Knowlton (1987-93) and director of Shandwick Consultants Ltd.; John Pattison, vice provost and dean of UCL Medical school and of the faculty of clinical sciences; Michael Peckham, director of research and development, Department of Health and director, National Health Service Executive; Robert Rubin, chairman and chief executive of the Pentland Group plc and director of the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry; Peter Ucko, head of department of archaeology (1981-1988 and 1992-1993) and dean of the faculty of arts, University of Southampton; Stanley Wells, professor of Shakespeare studies and director of the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, vice-chairman of the Royal Shakespeare Company and general editor of the Oxford Guide to Shakespeare; Robert Williamson, professor and head of department of biochemistry and molecular genetics at St Mary's Hospital Medical School.

Honorary Fellows: Patricia Clarke, former professor of microbial biochemistry at UCL; Alan Greengross, managing director, Indusmond (Diamond Tools) Ltd and chairman of the Institute of Metropolitan Studies, the Bartlett: Kenji Toda, chairman and managing director, Eisai Europe Ltd and member of Eisai Co Ltd's Global Business Development Committee; Lewis Wolpert, professor of biology as applied to medicine and deputy head of the department of anatomy and developmental biology at UCL and fellow of the Royal Society.

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