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lii Annual Report of the Delegacy environmental pollution at meetings including those of the Arbori- cultural Association at Guildford of the Systematics Association at Leicester University of the Botanical Society of the British Isles at Sussex University and others Dr Brunsden lectured at Aberdeen Bristol and Birmingham Universities and elsewhere Professor Morgan assumed the Chairmanship of the University Board of Studies in Geography and Dr Embleton chaired the Audio-Visual Aids sub- Committee of the Board Rogate continued as centre for detailed studies such as Mr Coppins' lichenological work Mrs Emberlin-Hasker carried out observations on air pollution with the assistance of Esso Research and the who arranged particulate emissions from the Fawley Power Station for detection in East Hampshire and West Sussex Mr Petch continued observations on the Rother Catchment Waters with the financial assistance of Messrs Fisons FACULTY OF EDUCATION Number of Students Graduate Certificate in Education 110 Academic Diploma in Education 11 by Examination and Dissertation 10 Phil 20 Ph 10 Faculty Notes At the end of the session the Faculty lost the services through retirement of three colleagues Mrs Dorothy Wakeford member of the Depart- ment since 1946 and elected Fellow of King's College in 1972 and two part-time colleagues Miss Mildred Cant 1959 formerly Principal of Maria Grey College and Dame Joyce Bishop 1963 formerly Headmistress Godolphin Latymer School who have given sterling service as Supervising Tutors Dame Joyce has recently been elected Fellow of King's College Mr John Hayes resigned on his appointment as Lecturer in Sociology of Education at the Central Institute of Education Professor Kenneth Charlton Professor of History and Philosophy of Education at the University of Birmingham succeeded Professor
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