August 14, 1998

University of Manchester

David Langslow, lecturer in Latin philology and linguistics at University of Oxford, chair of classics; Elaine Graham, senior lecturer-elect, Samuel Ferguson chair of social and pastoral theology; Graham Ward, dean and lecturer at Peterhouse, Cambridge, professor of contextual theology and ethics; John Sutherland, lecturer in organic chemistry, University of Oxford, professor of biological chemistry; Philip Withers, lecturer in the University of Cambridge, professor of materials science; Ross Maller, associate professor at the University of Western Australia, professor of mathematical statistics; Colin Stirling, reader, personal promotional chair of genetics; Paul Cammack, senior lecturer, personal promotional chair of government.

The following have been appointed honorary visiting professors: Sally Furnish, director of research and development with the Foundation Mental Health NHS Trust; Michael Haslam, professor of classics at University of California at Los Angeles; Roy Jobson, chief education officer for Manchester City Council; Iain Purchase, director of the central toxicology laboratory at Zeneca.

Honorary professors: Andrew Garner, director of research and development with Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust; Nadia Testa, special appointment scientist at the Paterson Institute for Cancer Research; Humberto Testa, consultant in nuclear medicine at Central Manchester Healthcare NHS Trust; Paul Fletcher, professor of speech and hearing sciences, University of Hong Kong.

Imperial College

Stephen Glaister, Cassel reader in economic geography at LSE, has been appointed professor of transport and infrastructure from October 1.

Edge Hill University College

Jennifer Rowley, head of the school of management and social sciences, has been awarded the title of professor.

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