Reporter 430, 1 February 1999
School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Hundreds of former staff and students from around the world will be reunited at the school of Electronic and Electrical Engineering on October 30-31 to celebrate its centenary.
The grand reunion weekend will feature displays and demonstrations of the school's work and research encompassing virtually all of the twentieth century. The event also includes a celebratory dinner in the University refectory.
So if you're graduate or former member of staff of the school don't miss out on this 100 years celebration.
For more information contact Derek Dring on tel 0113 233 2040; fax 0113 233 2032; email email@example.com
Firstly, may I say how privileged I am to receive the Reporter and how I value reading it. I have what seems a lifetime's connection with the University and it is splendid to be able to keep in touch.
Fairly recently I was sorry to read in the Yorkshire Post of the death of Graham Adamson. I did my Diploma of Education year in 1950-51, specialising in PE, and it was entirely due to Graham's skill as a teacher and his complete dedication to his profession that I was able to qualify as a teacher.
He was a good friend too, and was one of those completely "unflappable" men that is always good to know. I haven't seen or heard from him since he brought students to the school where I taught in the 1960s.
Many people world-wide will closely associate him with 'circuit-training' and I, and I am sure many others, will remember him fondly. Memories of good times are always precious!
Rev Simon Robinson
The University Chaplaincy is updating its database of Christian staff.
Any members of staff wishing to be included in future mailings are requested to email (wherever possible) to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the details which should be used, eg full name, department, email address.
Those not yet connected electronically are asked to drop a note to Rev Simon Robinson at The Emmanuel Institute.
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