Staff Newspaper of Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
IC Reporter
  Issue 96, 3 July 2000
News
Sir Richard Sykes to be next Rector «
IC scientists create first transgenic malaria mosquito «
Beit Quad project update «
Your chance to toast the new Senior Common Room «
Top accolades reflect high standard of teaching «
The Queen's Birthday Honours List «
Wellcome Trust appoints new Governor «
Glaister joins new transport board «
Lords seek advice from management students «
Rector lambasts government for consistent underfunding «
Universities dismayed by threat of science cuts «
O&G topping out ceremony «
 
Features
Reconstructing Rembrandt: the grim reaper exposed «
Review: Golden Jubilee for lunchtime concerts «
 
Regular Features
In Brief «
Media Mentions «
Noticeboard «

The Queen's Birthday Honours List

Stuart Lipton, chief executive of Stanhope plc, and member of the College Council, was awarded a knighthood for services to the property industry and the environment. Richard Macrory, visiting professor of environmental law in the T H Huxley School and member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution, was appointed CBE for services to environment protection and law.

Emeritus Professor John H Argyris FRS, Fellow of the College, was appointed CBE to services to mathematics and engineering; and Baroness Brigstocke, former Governor, was also appointed CBE for services to the English Speaking Union.

 
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