Reporter 443, 22 November 1999


Murray Perahia - who received an honorary University degree this summer - has been made the first patron of the Friends of University Art and Music.

Gordon Forster of the School of History has been awarded the silver medal for 'distinguished contributions to the study of Yorkshire's past' by the Yorkshire Archaeology Society.

Dr Ian Hughes of the School of Biomedical Sciences has been admitted to the Institute for Learning and Teaching. Dr Hughes is the first member of the University to join the Institute.

University Pro-Chancellor Colonel Alan Roberts has been appointed to the Secretary of State's Health Advisory Committee for Intellectual Property in Research and Development in the National Health Service.

Professor Marjorie Wilson of the School of Earth Sciences has been appointed to the international committee of the National Group for Volcanology by the Italian Ministry of Civil Defence.

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