Honorary degrees

January 12, 1996

UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER. DLitt: William Clinton, president of the United States of America.

Hon.degrees: Louis Blom-Cooper, appeal court judge; S. Poyntz, former bishop of Connor.


Honorary doctorate in disability studies: Rachel Hurst, director of Disability Awareness in Action, for her pioneering work with disability organisations.


DLitt: Stuart Hall, professor of sociology at the Open University; Moray Stewart, second permanent under-secretary at the Ministry of Defence.

DMus: Elgar Howarth, conductor and composer.


Hon. canon: Ned Binks, principal of Chester College.


MEd: Arthur Foster, former academic registrar at the university.

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