GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNIVERSITY. DLitt: Richard Wilson, actor and director.
DSc: Kenneth Calman, chief medical officer.
DTech: Allan MacDonald, director of regional marketing, British Aerospace.
LLD: Ena Baxter, director of Baxters of Speyside; Richard Branson, founder and chairman of Virgin Group.
UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN. LLD: Alexander Collie, former City of Aberdeen councillor and lord provost; William Crowe, United States ambassador to the United Kingdom; Patricia Grant, director of Norfrost and former Captain of Industry (1989) and Business Woman of the Year (1985); Maitland Mackie, local farmer and businessman, chairman of Grampian Enterprise; William Reid, parliamentary commissioner for administration and health service commissioner for England, Scotland and Wales; George Richardson, former warden of Keble College, Oxford; Antonio Ruberti, vice president of the European Commission and former rector of the University of Rome; Thomas Winning, Roman Catholic archbishop of Glasgow.
DLitt: Emma Tennant, contemporary novelist.
DSc: Reginald Jones, emeritus professor of natural philosophy and former director of scientific intelligence at the Ministry of Defence; Emmett Leith, professor of electrical engineering, University of Michigan.
DD: Fergus Kerr, prior of Blackfriars, Edinburgh.
QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, BELFAST LLD: John Arbuthnott, principal and vice chancellor of University of Strathclyde, head of the Committee of Scottish Principals; Kadar Asmal, minister of water affairs and forestry in the South African government and professor at the University of the Western Cape, former chairman of the Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement; Donald Murray, former lord of appeal, deputy chairman of the Boundary Commission and founder member and chairman (1987-94) of SLS Legal Publications (NI); George Quigley, chairman of the Ulster Bank and the Northern Ireland Economic Council and former chairman of the Institute of Directors, Co-Operation North and the Royal Victoria Hospital Trust.
DLitt: George Huxley, honorary professor at Trinity College, Dublin, director, Genadaeus Library, American School of Classical Studies in Athens (1986-89) and member of the Royal Irish Academy since 1979.
DSc: Allen Hill, professor of bioinorganic chemistry at the University of Oxford.
DSc (Econ): Harold Ennis, chairman of the Boxmore Group of companies and deputy chairman of the Belfast City Hospital Trust.
DSSc: Caroline Cox, deputy speaker of the House of Lords, chancellor of the University of Bournemouth and vice-president of the Royal College of Nursing.
DUniv: Gerry Burns, former chief executive of Fermanagh District Council and founder/director of Fermanagh Enterprise Ltd; Paddy Devlin, founder member of the Social Democratic Labour Party and the Peace Train organisation; Helen Lewis, former resident choreographer at the Lyric Theatre and member of the Dance Committee of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
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