Honorary degrees

January 5, 1996

SOUTHAMPTON INSTITUTE DBA: Jeffrey Sterling, executive chairman of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company.

DDes: Gert Dumbar, chief executive of Studio Dumbar, former head of the graphic design department of the Royal College of Art.

DLitt: Miles Blackwell, chairman of Blackwell Limited.

MA: Robert Baker, chairman of Newtown and Nichols Town Community Action Forum, leader for The Challenge Project.

MBA: Kevin Bright, senior vice-president of the National Association of Scaffolding Contractors.

UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON DLitt: Sue Lawley, broadcaster and journalist.

DSc: Arpad Balogh, biologist and deputy president of Gyorgy Bessenyei College, Hungary.

DTech: Terence Beckett, ex-director general of the Confederation of British Industry.

Honorary fellowships: John Paddison, sculptor and teacher; Roy Kitchen, sculptor and educationist.

Noticeboard is compiled by Lynne Williams. For further information see also NetGazette on http;//thesis.newsint.co.uk.

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