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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-362

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Annual Report of the Delegacy xxxiii Mr Hewlett Zoology was awarded the Sc degree of the University of London Dr Hungspreugs Mechanical Engineering was appointed Head of the Mechanical Engineering department Dhonburi Technical College Bangkok Dr Μ Hursthouse Chemistry was appointed Lecturer in Chemistry at Queen Mary College Mr James Geography Chief Planner at the Ministry of Housing and Local Government was made Companion of the Bath in the New Year Honours List Dr Jenkins Chemistry was appointed Deputy Managing Director for Ε du Pont de Nemours and Co in Europe Dr Jones Physics was appointed Chairman of the Advisory Council on Road Research Dr Margaret Kalk Zoology was appointed Professor of Biology Zoology at the University of Malawi Dr Η King English and Education Speaker of the House of Commons had the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws conferred on him by the University of London and by the University of South- ampton Dr Langridge Physics was appointed Professor of Biophysics at Chicago University Dr Kathleen Liang Chemistry was awarded post- doctoral fellowship to work under the National Research Council Ottawa Mr Maddox Physics was appointed Editor of Nature Dr Parrett Chemistry was appointed Assistant Lecturer at the proposed University of Surrey Dr Peal Chemistry was appointed Warden of Villiers Hall University of Leicester Mr Powrie Geography and Education was appointed to the new post of Director of Training National Ports Council Mr Pullen Physics was appointed Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Mr Rogers French was elected to research fellowship at Trinity College Cambridge Dr Μ Rogers Mathematics was appointed to Chair in the Computer Unit at the University of Bristol Mr Rossi Laws was elected Conservative for Hornsey at the General Election
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