Fellowships

April 4, 1997

University of East Anglia Bryan Gunn, goalkeeper for thefootball club, Norwich City, has been awarded an honorary fellowshipin recognition of his fundraising for leukaemia research.

City and Guilds Honorary fellowships have been awarded to: Sir Ron Dearing, chairman of the National Committee of Inquiry into Higher Education; John Banham, chairman of Tarmac plc; Gordon Beveridge, president and alsovice chancellor of Queen's University, Belfast; John Fairclough, chairman of the EngineeringCouncil (1990-96).

Fellowships have been awarded to: John Archer, principal and vice chancellor, Heriot Watt University; Duncan Dowson, emeritus professor of mechanicalengineering at Leeds University;R. Kowalski, professor of computational logic, Imperial College; J. Perkins, professor of chemical engineering, Imperial College; Martin Radcliffe,hotelkeeper, Savoy Hotel; W Wadham, professor of chemical physics and pro-rectorat Imperial College.

University of Central Lancashire An honorary fellowship has been awarded to: Libor Pesek, music director of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

Institute of Internal Auditors Rob Melville, lecturer in the department of accounting and finance at City University London, has been elected a fellow ofthe institute.


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