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UCL Fellows and Honorary Fellows ceremony: watch the video

25 June 2009

Fifteen eminent personalities joined the ranks of UCL Fellows and Honorary Fellows at an inauguration ceremony on 17 June 2009.

UCL Fellowships (for former students) and Honorary Fellowships (for those who are not UCL alumni) are awarded to people who have attained distinction in the arts, literature, science or public life; have rendered exceptional service to UCL, which may include philanthropic support, to UCL; or have or have had a close association with UCL.

Watch the video below, or download it from the UCL iTunes U store.

UCL Fellows 2009
•    Jane Cannon (UCL Electronic & Electrical Engineering): Group Managing Director, Lockheed Martin UK Information Systems & Global Services
•    Vincent Cheung (UCL Laws): Founding Partner of Vincent TK Cheung, Yap & Co
•    Professor Roger Davies (UCL Physics): Philip Wetton Professor of Astrophysics, Oxford University
•    Professor David Delpy (DSc UCL Medical Physics): Chief Executive, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
•    The Rt Hon The Lord Mayor Alderman Ian Luder (UCL Economics): Lord Mayor of the City of London (awarded in absentia)
•    Dr Diana Manuel (UCL Zoology; MSc, MPhil, PhD UCL History and Philosophy of Science): Honorary Senior Research Associate at the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL
•    Sir Ian McAllister (UCL Economics): Non-Executive Chairman, Network Rail
•    Professor Brian Warner (UCL Astronomy): Professor Emeritus of Natural Philosophy, University of Cape Town (awarded in absentia)

UCL Honorary Fellows 2009
•    Sir John Birch: Former ambassador to Hungary and to the United Nations
•    Professor Sir Peter Cook: UCL Bartlett Professor of Architecture and Chair of the UCL Bartlett School
•    Professor Michael Crawford: Honorary Librarian of the Hellenic and Roman Societies
•    Michael & Morven Heller: Founders of the Michael & Morven Heller Charitable Foundation
•    Professor Richard Munton: Emeritus Professor and former Head of UCL Geography
•    Professor Michael Worton: Vice-Provost (Academic & International) and Fielden Professor of French Language and Literature at UCL