Each year, Royal Holloway awards Honorary Fellowships to individuals who have achieved eminence in their area or made an outstanding contribution to the life and work of the College or to the cause of education. During our Winter Graduation Ceremonies, many history students were present as the first of these 2017/18 Honorary Fellowships was conferred on Professor Justin Champion, in recognition of his contribution to history in the United Kingdom and the College.
Further Honorary Fellowships will be awarded at this year’s annual Honorary Fellows Ceremony, to be held on Thursday 17 May.
Student and colleagues are warmly invited to join us for this annual event which provides an opportunity for the College Community to come together and celebrate the conferral of new Honorary Fellows, in addition to welcoming back and networking with many of those already awarded Honorary Fellowships or Doctorate by Royal Holloway.
Event details are as follows:
Date: Thursday 17 May 2018
Venue & Timings: Ceremony, Chapel, 6pm followed by a reception in the Picture Gallery, 7pm
Please note that this year, the dress code for the event will be lounge suit.
If you would like to attend, please register your name here, in order to assist the Events Office in planning for the evening.
2018 Honorary Fellows elect
In recognition of extensive voluntary work as Chair of the Bedford Society
In recognition of ongoing support to Royal Holloway’s Information Security Group and the continued success of the College’s Smart Card Centre
In recognition of noteworthy contributions to the College, including the Babbage Project and the formation of the Computer Conservation Society
In recognition his work supporting the College Council over many years, including as Vice Chair of College Council
(please note that Iain’s award will be conferred during Summer Graduation)