Honorary degrees

December 29, 1995

BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY DLitt: David English, chairman, Associated Newspapers.

MA: Barbara Chamberlain, former academic secretary of the university.

UNIVERSITY OF HERTFORDSHIRE DLitt: Alan Davie, artist; Humphrey Lyttelton, jazz musician and broadcaster; John Taylor, former bishop of St Albans.

DSc: Mary Archer, Bye-fellow of Newnham College, visiting professor at Imperial College, London and trustee of the Science Museum.

LLD: Robert Cranborne, Lord Privy Seal and leader of the House of Lords; Eric Stockdale, former circuit judge; Ian MacLaurin, chairman of Tesco plc; Michael Mansfield, QC; John Taylor, former Bishop of St Albans.

MSc: Gillian Ballance, social worker and member of the United Nations psycho-social programme for traumatised children and their families; Joan Wiggall, county president and chairperson of the Trustee Committee and member of the governing body of the Red Cross; Dawn Lee, ex- head of health centre services.

Noticeboard is compiled by Lynne Williams. For further information see also NetGazette on http;//thesis.newsint.co.uk.

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