Queen's Birthday Honours 2009

June 13, 2009

Knights Bachelor

Professor Sabaratnam Arulkumaran. Professor and head of obstetrics and gynaecology and president, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. For services to medicine. (London SW20)

Professor David Charles Baulcombe, FRS. Professor of botany and Royal Society research professor, University of Cambridge. For services to plant science. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Andrew John Cash, OBE. Chief executive, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to healthcare. (Doncaster, South Yorkshire)

Professor David Forbes Hendry. Professor of economics, University of Oxford. For services to social science. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)

Professor Deian Rhys Hopkin. Vice-chancellor, London South Bank University. For services to higher education and to skills. (London SE17)

Andrew Motion. Formerly Poet Laureate. For services to literature. (London NW1)

Professor Charles Duncan Rice. Principal and vice-chancellor, University of Aberdeen. For services to higher education. (Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire)

Professor Christopher Bruce Ricks. Professor of poetry, University of Oxford and professor of the humanities, Boston University, US. For services to scholarship. (Tetbury, Gloucestershire)

Professor William Arnot Wakeham. Vice-chancellor, University of Southampton. For services to chemical engineering and to higher education. (Exeter, Devon)

Order of the Bath

CB

Graham Donaldson. Senior chief inspector, HM Inspectorate of Education, Scottish Executive. (North Berwick, East Lothian)

Order of the British Empire, Civil

DBE

Professor Linda Partridge, CBE. Weldon professor of biometry and director, Institute of Healthy Ageing, University College London. For services to science. (London WC1)

Professor Joan Kathleen Stringer, CBE. Principal and vice-chancellor, Edinburgh Napier University. For services to local and national higher education. (Edinburgh)

CBE

Dr Anas Al-Shaikh Ali. Academic adviser, London office, International Institute of Islamic Thought. For services to community relations. (Richmond, Surrey)

Professor Yvonne Helen Carter, OBE. Pro vice-chancellor for regional engagement, University of Warwick. For services to medical education. (Coventry, Warwickshire)

Dr Stephen Cleobury. Director of music, King’s College, University of Cambridge. For services to music. (Hertfordshire)

Professor Paul David Corrigan. Formerly director of strategy and commissioning, NHS London Strategic Health Authority. For services to healthcare. (London SE1)

Professor Anne Dell. Professor of carbohydrate biochemistry, Imperial College London. For services to science. (London SW7)

Professor Steven Edwards. Formerly chief executive, Veterinary Laboratories Agency, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. (Hereford, Herefordshire)

Mrs Margaret Galliers. Principal, Leicester College. For services to local and national further education. (Coventry, West Midlands)

Professor Lynn Faith Gladden, OBE. Shell professor of chemical engineering and head, department of chemical engineering and biotechnology, University of Cambridge. For services to chemical engineering. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)

Dr Judith Ann Hulf. Consultant anaesthetist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and president, Royal College of Anaesthetists. For services to medicine. (London SE21)

Dr Elaine McMahon. Chief executive and principal, Hull Group of Colleges. For services to local and national further education. (Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire)

Dr Katharine Bridget Pretty. Principal, Homerton College, Cambridge and pro vice-chancellor, University of Cambridge. For services to higher education. (Cambridgeshire)

Peter Saraga, OBE. Vice-president, Royal Academy of Engineering and lately president, Institute of Physics. For services to science and engineering. (London SE11)

Dr Elizabeth Sidwell. Chief executive, Haberdashers’ Aske’s Federation, Lewisham, London. For services to local and national education. (London E11)

Dr Malcolm Skingle. Director, Academic Liaison, Worldwide Business Development, GlaxoSmithKline. For services to the pharmaceutical industry. (Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire)

Professor David Allan Warner. Vice-chancellor, Swansea Metropolitan University. For services to local and national higher education. (Swansea)

Professor David Clifford Stephen White. Formerly director, Institute of Food Research. For services to biological sciences. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Peter Robert Williams. Chief executive, Quality Assurance Agency and lately president, European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education. For services to quality assurance. (Malvern, Worcestershire)

Professor George Gray Youngson. Consultant paediatric surgeon, Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital and honorary professor of paediatric surgery, Aberdeen University. For services to medicine. (Aberdeen)

Professor Graham John Zellick. Formerly chairman, Criminal Cases Review Commission. For services to the administration of justice. (London NW11)

OBE

Professor David Llewellyn Adamson. For services to regeneration in Wales. (Pontyclun, Rhondda Cynon Taff)

Professor Mark Anderson Bellis. Director, Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University. For services to healthcare. (Wirrall, Merseyside)

Professor David John Breeze. Formerly chief inspector of ancient monuments, Historic Scotland, Scottish Executive. (Edinburgh)

Professor Peter Brophy. Formerly professor of information management, Manchester Metropolitan University. For services to visually impaired people. (Lancaster, Lancashire)

Professor Robert Burch. Formerly McClay professor of physical chemistry and head of the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Queen’s University Belfast. For services to chemistry. (Larne, Antrim)

Professor Frank Burchill. For services to the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service. (Lichfield, Staffordshire)

Professor Frances Marie Corner. Head, London College of Fashion. For services to the fashion industry. (London W1)

Professor David Cox. Chairman, South Birmingham Primary Care Trust. For services to healthcare. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Thomas Emment Meredydd David. Principal, Reaseheath College, Cheshire. For services to local and national further education. (Nantwich, Cheshire)

Anthony John Durcan. President, Society of Chief Librarians and head of Culture, Libraries and Lifelong Learning, Newcastle upon Tyne City Council. For services to local libraries. (Durham)

James Ferris. Formerly chief executive, Percy Hedley Foundation, Newcastle upon Tyne. For services to local and national special needs education. (Bangor, Down)

Professor Helen Gleeson. Head of School for Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester. For services to science. (Derbyshire)

Professor Mitchell Peter Grant. Regius professor of engineering and electronics, University of Edinburgh. For services to science. (Edinburgh)

John Bullard Gray. Chairman, Coatbridge College Board of Management. For services to further and higher education. (Dunkeld, Perth and Kinross)

Professor Gerard Hastings. Director, Institute of Social Marketing, and Centre for Tobacco Control Research, Stirling and The Open University. For services to healthcare. (Stirling and Falkirk)

Professor Andrew Hurst Henderson. For services to cardiology in Wales. (Vale of Glamorgan)

Mrs Marilyn Holness. Deputy principal, Southlands College, Roehampton University. For services to teacher education. (London SW15)

Sister Eileen Kelleher. Formerly chair of council and pro-chancellor, Liverpool Hope University. For voluntary service to education. (Widnes, Cheshire)

Professor Terence Robert James Lappin. Professor of haematology, Queen’s University Belfast. For services to medicine. (Hillsborough, Down)

Mrs Fiona Larden. Principal, Fircroft College, Birmingham. For services to adult education. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Hugh Millar MacDonald. Assistant director, Apprenticeship Unit, Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills. (Chesterfield, Derbyshire)

Professor Pamela Mary Moores. Executive dean, School of Languages and Social Sciences, Aston University. For services to modern languages. (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)

Dr Elaine Morgan. Author. For services to literature and education. (Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taff)

Professor Catherine Ann Niven. For services to nursing and the allied health professions. (Stirling and Falkirk)

Mrs Marion Grace Plant. Principal and chief executive, North Warwickshire and Hinckley College. For services to further education. (Nuneaton, Warwickshire)

Dr Malcolm Graham Charles Read. Executive secretary, Joint Information Systems Committee. For services to higher and further education. (Malmesbury, Wiltshire)

Professor Sheila Anne Rodwell. Director, Medical Research Council Centre for Nutrition, University of Cambridge. For services to healthcare. (Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk)

Professor Christopher James Rowe. Professor of Greek, Durham University. For services to scholarship. (Durham)

Professor Marian Scott. Head of department and professor of environmental statistics, University of Glasgow. For services to social science. (Glasgow)

Ronald Smith. General secretary, Educational Institute of Scotland. For services to education. (Mid Calder, West Lothian)

Allan Stewart. Principal, Selby College, North Yorkshire. For services to local and national further education. (Northallerton, North Yorkshire)

Professor Katharine Ellen Sykes. Professor of sciences and society, University of Bristol. For services to science and technology. (Bristol)

Peter William Syme. Director, The Open University in Scotland. For services to higher education. (Edinburgh)

Mrs Ilana Antoinette Tahan. Head of Hebrew Collections, The British Library. For services to scholarship. (London W13)

Professor Denis Wesley Vernon. Head of podiatry services and research lead, Sheffield Primary Care Trust. For services to healthcare. (High Peak, Derbyshire)

Professor Clyde Williams. Professor of sports science, Loughborough University. For services to sports science. (Loughborough, Leicestershire)

Miss Zena Jane Wooldridge. Director of sport, University of Birmingham and chairman, England Squash. For services to sport. (Stourbridge, West Midlands)

MBE

Richard Christopher Cluley Bolsin. General secretary, Workers’ Educational Association. For services to adult education. (Yalding, Kent)

Mrs Barbara Ann Bond. Pro-chancellor, former chairman of board of governors, University of Plymouth. For services to higher education. (Taunton, Somerset)

Professor Leslie Bunt. Founding director, The MusicSpace Trust. For services to music therapy. (Bristol)

Mrs Florence Ann Max De Boo. For services to science education and to the community in North London. (London N3)

Professor Raymund John Donnelly. Founder and president, Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation. For voluntary service to healthcare. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Rev Dr Fiona Carol Douglas. Chaplain, University of Dundee. For services to higher education. (Dundee)

Professor Edward Parry Evans. For services to environmental science. (Chippenham, Wiltshire)

Mrs Diana Farrelly. Lifelong learning manager, Armagh Campus, Southern Regional College. For services to further education in Northern Ireland. (Lisburn, Antrim)

Professor Robert Hugh Gray. Professor of social and environmental accounting, University of St Andrews. For services to the accountancy profession. (Newport-on-Tay, Fife)

Douglas Lawson Hands. Chairman of governors, Lewisham College, London. For voluntary service to further education. (Kent)

Stuart Leask Hay. Deputy headteacher, Anderson High School, Shetland. For services to local and international education. (Shetland)

Professor John Knibbs. Formerly vice-chairman, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to healthcare. (nr Market Harborough, Leicestershire)

Peter Legg. For services to vocational education and to skills training. (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Carol MacGruer. Study co-ordinator, Ayr Centre College. For services to further education and to the community in Ayrshire. (Troon, Ayrshire and Arran)

John Maw. For voluntary service to higher education and to the community in York. (York, North Yorkshire)

Mrs Sandra McMillan. Manager, Chulmleigh Business and Enterprise Centre, North Devon. For services to adult education. (Winkleigh, Devon)

Ivor Woodhouse Moon, JP. For voluntary service to adult education and to the community in the East Midlands. (Beeston, Nottinghamshire)

Ms Sally Mary Olohan. Head of student support services, Nottingham Trent University. For services to higher education. (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)

Mrs Urvashi Patel. Senior executive officer, Adult Basic Skills Strategy Unit, Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills. For public and voluntary service. (London SW17)

James Leonard Rainey. Deputy principal, ICT and Innovation Branch, Department for Employment and Learning, Northern Ireland Executive. (Ballyclare, Antrim)

Dr Haifa Takruri-Rizk. Senior lecturer in engineering, University of Salford. For services to women, black and minority ethnic people in science, engineering and technology education. (Stockport, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Jennifer Gwenfron Stiling. Vice-chairman, Weymouth College Corporation. For services to further education and to the community in Weymouth and Portland, Dorset. (Weymouth, Dorset)

Professor Helen Storey. Professor, London College of Fashion. For services to art. (London NW2)

Daniel Henry Taubman. For services to adult and further education. (London,N19)

William Tyler. Chairman of governors, North East Essex Adult Community College. For services to adult education. (Essex)

Keith Weston. Lecturer in fine art, Staffordshire University. For services to higher education. (Stoke-on Trent, Staffordshire)

Miss Valerie Ann Whiting. Administrator and secretary, Oaklands College, Hertfordshire. For services to further education. (St Albans, Hertfordshire)

Professor Elizabeth Anne Williams. Professor of education, University of Winchester. For services to teacher training. (Southampton, Hampshire)

Dr Hazel Woodward. University librarian and director, Cranfield University Press. For services to higher education. (Bedford, Bedfordshire)

Diplomatic service and overseas list

Order of the British Empire

OBE

Dr Deanna Ruth Tak Yung Rudgard. Philanthropist. For services to promoting links between universities in Hong Kong and the UK.

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