October 6, 1995

UNIVERSITY OF EXETER Readerships: Stuart Biddle, senior lecturer reader in exercise and sport psychology; Anne Brown, senior lecturer, reader in fish physiology; Christine Eiser, senior lecturer, reader in health psychology; William Forsythe, senior lecturer, reader in historical criminology; Philip Grange, lecturer, reader in composition; Hilary Lappin-Scott, lecturer, reader in environmental microbiology;

Steven McCorriston, lecturer, reader in agricultural economics; Jezdimir Knezevic, lecturer, reader in reliability and logistics engineering; Philip Payton, director of the institute, reader in Cornish studies; Alexander Savchenko, lecturer, reader in condensed matter physics; Lesley Sharpe, senior lecturer, reader in German literature; Gareth Shaw, senior lecturer, reader in human geography; Joseph Smith, senior lecturer, reader in American diplomatic history; Bogdan Szajkowski, senior lecturer, reader in pan-European politics; William Vennart, senior lecturer, reader in medical physics; Bruce Webb, senior lecturer, reader in physical geography; Paul Webley, senior lecturer, reader in economic psychology.

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