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					                        Golden Jubilee
                                                    Campaign Update




                                                Growth of
                                                     the Arts




                         CC Addison                  The Boots Science Building The Franks Scholarship
                         Memorial Medal and Prize    opened by Nobel Laureate
                                                                                The Cameron Gifford
                                                                                Scholarship

                                                                                   Supporting the Campaign




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                                                  Golden Jubilee
    With the Golden Jubilee Campaign on target to raise £30 million by
    December 2002, there is great news for donors who are suppor ting the
    Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre.
    After a fairly modest start to its fundraising
    activities in 1997/98 donations have been
    steadily rising and to date, £400,000 has been
    raised with new donations and promises of
    help arriving every day. Highlights of the
    appeal include: a £100,000 donation by
    Martin Suthers on behalf of the Special
    Trustees for Nottingham University Hospital;
    the Mayor of Gedling (1999-2000) generated
    £17,600 during his year in office and an
    article written by Jane Bond about her
    daughter Amy raised over £13,500 after it
    appeared in the Daily Telegraph.The Children’s
    Brain Tumour Research Centre has wasted no           Alumni support for sport
    time in putting this much-needed money               A reunion dinner, organised by Richard
    into new posts and scientific research projects.     Newton (Law 1967), brought together
    The Centre is now supported by a small office        footballers, cricket, rugby, hockey and
    and additional staff have been recruited             lacrosse players of the sixties.As a result of
    including: a part-time research secretary            the dinner, work has begun to raise
    (supported by a donation from PASIC); a              £40,000 to equip the training pitch at
    clinical database manager;a research assistant and   Highfields with a floodlight for use by
    a PhD studentship.                                   University teams and the local community.
                                                         Anyone wanting to renew contact with
                 Total Raised                            Richard or any of the group, or anyone           Byron through music
                                                         wanting to support the appeal for funds,         Geoffrey Bond, Chairman of the Byron
                £26,757,487-25                           should contact The Update editor,                Society and supporter of the Golden Jubilee
                                                         Development Office, at the address shown         Campaign, sponsored a live broadcast by
    How the money is being spent
                                                         on the back page of this Update.                 BBC Radio 3 in the Djanogly Recital Hall.
        Academic Posts            28%    £7,620,417.77
                                                         John Appleby (Law 1967), Roger Balsom            The concert, which was heard by
        Arts Centre Sponsorship   0%        £2,000.00    (Production Engineering 1963),Timothy            approximately two million listeners, was
        Student Support           14%    £3,641,342.31   Barnsdale (Production Engineering 1966),         titled ‘Stirrers of the Storm’ and featured
        Capital Costs             42%   £11,339,860.50   Harry Bourne, known as Richard Hugh              Byron, Liszt and the Early Romantics.
        Library Resources         3%      £727,804.23    (Production Engineering 1968), Ian Brown
        Research Donations        13%    £3,426,062.44   (Economics 1968), Peter Cairns (Civil            Trees
        Total                           £26,757,487.25
                                                         Engineering 1961), Mike Carr                     The fifty London Plane trees, planted to
                                                         (Agriculture/Horticulture 1969),                 celebrate the University’s Golden Jubilee,
                                                         Rod Casey (Chemical Engineering 1967) ,          are now well established on Jubilee Avenue
                                                         Malcolm Field (Economics 1966),                  (formerly known as West Drive).Twenty–
                                                         Chris Harris (Civil Engineering 1967),           seven trees are now named with
                                                         Barry Holland (Law & Social Sciences             commemorative plaques, the latest being
                                                         1967), John Howell (Theoretical Mechanics        named by Councillor John Taylor
                                                         1967), Bob Knight (Chemical                      (Geography 1977).Trees can be named with
                                                         Engineering1967),Alan Lambert                    a donation of £1,000. Details are available
                                                         (Chemistry 1967), Roger Peel (Chemistry          by contacting the Development Office,
                                                         1967), Colin Sheppard (Geology 1967),            address on the back page of this Update.
     Campaign figures as at 28.2.01                      John Warren (Law 1964) Bill Webster
                                                         (Chemistry 1967)




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Campaign Update
Nobel laureate opens The Boots Science Building
Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences




Friday 10th November 2000 saw the                 Guests were welcomed to the University by       went on to congratulate the University for
opening of the University’s major new             the Vice-Chancellor who said:“The Boots         “giving the Institute of Pharmaceutical
pharmaceutical sciences research facility         Company has given magnificent support to        Sciences the home it deserves”.
on University Park campus.                        the University of Nottingham for more           Since the official opening, the School has
Nobel Prizewinner and President of The            than eighty years.This included the gift of     received a donation of £5,000 from the
Royal Society, Sir Aaron Klug,(pictured           land for the University Park Campus in the      Nottingham local branch of the Royal
above in the centre of the photograph)            1920s, gifts of equipment and supplies to       Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain,
inaugurated the £6 million Institute of           support the activities of staff and students,   North Nottingham Local Pharmaceutical
Pharmaceutical Sciences. The home of the          and support for a number of academic            Committee and Nottingham Local
Institute was named The Boots Science             posts. Most recently, the company made the      Pharmaceutical Committee.The money is
                                                  extremely generous donation to the
                                                  University’s Golden Jubilee Campaign that
                                                  has made the construction of this
                                                  magnificent new building for the Institute
                                                  of Pharmaceutical Sciences possible.”
                                                  The Vice-Chancellor also publicly thanked
                                                  Glaxo Welcome for their very generous
                                                  donation towards the cost of the new
                                                  building. The new Nanotechnology
                                                  Laboratories will be named in tribute to
                                                  this support.
                                                  Sir Aaron Klug was given a guided tour of
                                                  the new building by Professor Martyn
Building in tribute to the Nottingham-based       Davies who introduced him to members of         being used to furbish the resource room of
company’s long-standing relationship with the     staff and their work. Sir Aaron commented       the Pharmacy Practice Unit.The donation
University and its major financial contribution   “I spend quite a lot of my time with the        was made in memory of Bob Onley, a local
to the Golden Jubilee Campaign.                   Royal Society thinking about science            pharmacist, who had dedicated his life to
Present at the ceremony were senior               policy issues of the day and constant           the profession of pharmacy.
representatives of The Boots Company PLC          controversy of various kinds but, the real
and the University’s other industrial             essence of the matter is building and
partners in the project, Glaxo Wellcome Ltd       promoting science so that is why I didn’t
and Astra Zeneca.                                 hesitate to accept the invitation from Sir
                                                  Colin to come and open this building”. He


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                                                   Franks Scholarship




    Some of the members of the
    Children’s Brain Tumour
    Research team.




    Christmas
    dinner supports                                Rajesh Karimbath (centre) pictured with Registrar, Keith Jones, who presented the scholarship and Elizabeth Smith,
                                                   Development Director, who represented Mrs Priestley.


    Children’s Brain                               Thanks to the generosity of Mrs Daphne Priestley OBE JP DL (née Franks, Sociology 1954),
                                                   an international postgraduate student is able to further his medical studies here at Nottingham.
                                                   Rajesh Karimbath from India is studying for an MSc in Advanced Nursing Practice after being
    Tumour Research                                awarded the first ever Royal Commonwealth Tuition Fee Scholarship.This is complemented
                                                   by the Franks Scholarship. Daphne was the first female President of the Students’ Union and
    Volunteer fundraiser Bunny Mann from           Vice-President of the National Union of Students and Chairman of Convocation.
    Mansfield organised a Christmas dinner in
    the Eastwood Suite at Portland College to
    promote and raise funds for the Children’s
                                                   CC Addison Memorial Medal and Prize
    Brain Tumour Research project.Around 120                                                                   important role in the development of
                                                                                                               Chemistry in Britain and especially in
    guests enjoyed a three-course meal followed                                                                establishing Inorganic Chemistry at
    by musical entertainment, a quiz, raffle and                                                               Nottingham. Students and friends of CCA
                                                                                                               funded this annual award for best overall
    auction, ending with a Christmas sing-a-
                                                                                                               performance in the fourth and final year of
    long. Dr David Walker and Jonathan Punt,                                                                   the MSci in Chemistry.
    co-directors of The Children’s Brain Tumour                                                                Mrs Helen Rankilor, Professor Addison’s
                                                                                                               daughter is pictured presenting the Award.
    Research Centre and Stephen Vesse,Assistant
                                                                                                               Date for your diary
    Development Director at the University told
                                                                                                               The CC Addison 50th Anniversary
    the gathering about the need for the                                                                       Reunion Dinner is being planned for the
    research and thanked everyone for their                                                                    summer vacation of 2002 (not 2001 as
                                                                                                               stated in Issue 10). Further information will
    support.The evening generated a profit of                                                                  appear in a future edition of the Magazine.
    £1,000 which will support clinical and
                                                   The first recipient of the CC Addison
    scientific research into these tumours in      Memorial Medal and Prize, Julia Dibb, was
    order to improve quality of life and to        presented with her award at a specially
                                                   convened gathering of prize-winners and
    develop novel treatments.                      families on the School of Chemistry’s
                                                   Graduation Day.
                                                   Professor CC Addison FRS, known
                                                   affectionately as CCA by generations of
                                                   Nottingham Chemistry students, played an




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Nottingham University Business School to
establish International Centre for
Corporate Social Responsibility
The University of Nottingham is to                specialised Master of Business                competitive scholarships from developing
establish the UK’s first International            Administration (MBA) in the subject area.”    countries where the company has major
Centre for Corporate Social                       The decision to accept the funding was        corporate interests.
Responsibility.The Centre will study the          made after careful consideration and          Michael Prideaux, Corporate Affairs
social and environmental responsibilities of      consultation within and outside the           Director, British American Tobacco, said:
multi-national companies to the                   University. In accepting the funding the      “We are delighted to be able to support a
communities in which they operate.This is         University took care to ensure that it        project that will develop understanding of
one of the most significant issues facing the     adhered to the joint Committee of Vice-       what corporate social responsibility means
global business community.                        Chancellors and Principals (now               today, and which enables us to be part of
A new team in the Nottingham University           Universities UK) and the Cancer Research      the learning and change as this new
Business School will direct research into         Campaign protocol which outlines the basis    discipline advances.
the growing discipline of corporate social        on which universities may, or may not,        “Along with others, we are working hard to
responsibility. Initial funding for staff and     accept monies from tobacco companies.The      address both the changing expectations of
for student scholarships within the new           International Centre for Corporate Social     multinational companies, and the issues
Centre will include £3.8 million, phased          Responsibility follows the CRC protocol       surrounding our industry.We are very serious
over three years, from British American           exactly.The Centre is organisationally,       about demonstrating responsible behaviour in
Tobacco, the world’s most international           fiscally and physically separate from the     an industry seen as controversial.
tobacco company.                                  work going on in the Schools of Medicine
                                                  and Pharmaceutical Sciences.                  “The partnership with the University of
Vice-Chancellor, Sir Colin Campbell, said:                                                      Nottingham is a good fit with our long-
“Public scrutiny of global companies is           Sir Colin added:“The University made a        standing commitment to tertiary and
increasing and stakeholders hold companies        judgement trying to balance all the           management education, and will also allow
more and more accountable.                        competing considerations. I believe we        us to gain deeper insights into developing
“The intention is for the new Nottingham          made the right decision, but I know that      best practice in corporate social
University International Centre for               people hold strongly differing and opposing   responsibility.We can envisage cross-
Corporate Social Responsibility to develop        views in this controversial area.”            fertilisation through management
a phased research and teaching programme          British American Tobacco is funding three     secondments and recruitment.”
and develop international and comparative         specific areas: a Professorial
research in this area of business activity.This   Chair/Directorship, a Visiting Professor
will include the establishment of a               from the developing world, and




The Cameron Gifford Scholarship
A bequest from the Will of the late               age of 21), or who come from backgrounds      University Council, and as Pro-
Mrs Cameron Gifford has boosted the               that do not typically encourage               Chancellor.The library at the Sutton
University’s scholarship endowment                participation in higher education.            Bonington campus already holds the
fund, developed to offer scholarships             The bequest will fund the Cameron             Gifford name in tribute both to his
and bursaries to students who might               Gifford Scholarship in tribute to Mrs         horticultural interest and his years of
otherwise not be able to accept the               Gifford’s late husband, Dr Cameron            service to the University.
offer of a place at the University                Gifford. It will be awarded on an annual      A leaflet is available giving details of how to
through the lack of financial support.            basis and it is hoped that students from      make a Will, legacy or bequest to the
It is hoped that the endowment scholarship        the north east of England will have           University. If you would like a copy, please
fund will encourage University                    priority for support.                         contact the Development Office at the address
applications from those with non-                 Dr Cameron Gifford was very much part         shown on the back page of the Update.
traditional qualifications, who wish to           of the life of the University for many
enter education later on in life (i.e. over the   years, as a City Councillor serving on the




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         Growth of
              the Arts
                                                    The latest of a number of new building projects on the University Park campus
                                                    is now taking shape.The new Pavilion on the edge of the lake will ‘complete’
                                                    the Arts Centre and effectively create an Arts Village at the South Entrance to
                                                    the University. It will greatly extend the existing public facilities by providing a
                                                    contemporary performing arts venue and an archive exhibition gallery.




    Current thinking is that the new              Use of the exhibition space                  planned to mount further exhibitions
                                                                                               using Lawrence material in the future.
    Pavilion will be named in tribute             A changing programme of exhibitions          Other early ideas are exhibitions on Byron
                                                  themed around aspects of the history and     and the Region, Gardens of the East
    to one of this University’s most              culture of the East Midlands is being        Midlands, Children’s Literature, the River
                                                  developed for the gallery space. Many of     Trent, Lawrence and Drama and
    distinguished former students,                these exhibitions will be of original        exhibitions based on holdings relating to
                                                  material, largely drawn from the             the great families of the East Midlands.
    and one of the great figures of
                                                  University’s own holdings. Exhibitions
    twentieth-centur y literature,                will be varied but will generally be         Community use
                                                  themed around regional issues; cultural,
    David Herber t Lawrence.                      geographical, historical, economic, social   Events will be organised in response to
                                                  or political etc.The first exhibition will   requests from local and regional groups.
                                                  display material from the Lazarus Bequest    These could range from tea-dances for
    Plans for the studio theatre                                                               senior groups, drama and dance
                                                  of D H Lawrence manuscripts and it is
    Work has already begun to develop a lively
    and varied performance programme which
    will include: new writing for the theatre,
    classical and contemporary dance, musical
    theatre, jazz, folk and contemporary music.
    Realisations of theatre ‘classics’ will be
    given new life in studio performance.
    Young talent will be encouraged and
    opportunities for students both at school
    and university will be developed.The new
    studio theatre will provide wonderful
    opportunities for the teaching of drama as
    well as for student productions through the
    New Theatre.




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                                                                                               • an amphitheatre with tiered seating
                                                                                                 down to the edge of the lake and the
                                                                                                 capacity for 120 people
                                                                                               • box office facilities
                                                                                               • café/bistro open to the public
workshops for mothers with pre-school                                                          • lakeside terraces and a covered colonnade
children or for the long-term                                                                    facing the existing Arts Centre building
unemployed, seniors, special needs groups,                                                     • a circular nature trail around the lakeside
schools and colleges etc.                                                                        from the Pavilion
Nottingham University students have                                                            • secure parking with closed-circuit TV
already expressed a willingness to work-up                                                       and lighting
productions which would particularly
appeal to community groups in areas such                                                       • ice-cream kiosk with outdoor seating
as musical theatre, jazz and folk music.                                                         overlooking the lake
The outdoor amphitheatre provides                                                              • public toilets
wonderful opportunities for popular          Design Features                                   The cost of design, construction and
entertainment during fine weather and                                                          outfitting of the project will be in the
it is hoped that community performances      Designed by internationally-renowned,             order of £4 million.To ensure that the
will be held here.                           Nottingham-based architects Marsh &               building is equipped to the highest
A Friends’ membership scheme will be         Grochowski, the new Pavilion is due to            standards we have launched an appeal to
initiated and through this we will be able   be opened in September this year and              help raise the necessary funds.
to offer concessions for members of the      will feature:                                     Any queries regarding the planned programme
local community.                             • an intimate 250-seat theatre with               of activities should be addressed to:
Local history/arts groups wishing to           retractable seating allowing the sprung         Mrs Joanne Wright, University Arts Centre.
mount exhibitions of relevant local            floor to be used for dance                      Information about specific funding opportunities
material will be offered support to do so    • an exhibition gallery with high specification   should be addressed to Mrs Elizabeth Smith,
and access to staff expertise.                 environmental controls for the display of       Development Office, address given on the back
                                               manuscripts and rare archival material          page of this Update.




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                                                  The Old Dairy




                                                 The final stages of the renovation work to the Old Dairy at Sutton Bonington were completed
                                                 with the opening of the new conservatory area.The extension to the JCR bar provides new
                                                 meeting and seating space.The £80,000 renovations were funded by former students of
                                                 Sutton Bonington with OKA playing a central role in these activities.


    Friends of The
    University of
    Nottingham
                                                                      Wanted
    Twenty-six year old Kevin Sorrentino
                                                        Gifts of Shares and Securities
    became the latest student to receive the
    Friends of The University of Nottingham:       By giving your gift in the form of shares or securities to The University of
    America Inc. scholarship when he was           Nottingham’s Golden Jubilee Campaign both you and the University can
    presented with his award by Registrar,         benefit! Changes made in April 2000 to the rules governing donations to
                                                   charity now mean that individuals can claim income tax relief at their top rate
    Keith Jones (left) and Elizabeth Smith
                                                   of tax plus capital gains tax relief. Companies can get corporation tax relief plus
    (right) – an honorary director of the
                                                   relief from corporation tax on capital gains.
    Friends of The University of Nottingham:
    America Inc. Kevin, from New York, is
                                                                                To find out more contact:
    using the Scholarship to support his MBA
                                                          The Inland Revenue (Charities)             For Scotland
    in International Relations.The Friends                England,Wales and Northern Ireland         Tel: 0131 777 4040
    group was formed in 1991 by alumni in                 Tel: 0151 472 6043/6046
    the USA who wished to support the                     or
    University in its fundraising and alumni
                                                          www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk
    activities.They have initiated many events
                                                   Alternatively contact:
    and strengthened the alumni relations          Mrs Elizabeth Smith, Development Director, Development Office,
    programme throughout the States.               The University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD
                                                   Tel: 0115 951 3686
                                                   e-mail: elizabeth.smith@nottingham.ac.uk




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  Give something back
Many Nottingham alumni acknowledge
a pride of association with the place
where they studied. Having been given
an opportunity to achieve a significant
step forward in their career path, many
wish to retain their links by making a
positive contribution to the University.
This contribution may be financial or
non-financial.
Nottingham alumni help existing students
in a number of ways, for example by being a
‘Career Link’ offering career guidance and
information through the Careers Advisory
Service, or as Special Professors, Special
Lecturers or Industrial Fellows in academic                The Golden Jubilee Campaign was                            ninety-five per cent of the donors are
departments. Graduates also help the                       launched in 1997 to mark the 50th                          former students.
University by serving as members of                        Anniversary of the granting of the Royal                   If you would like to support the Campaign
committees, academic or non-academic,                      Charter in 1948.The Campaign provides a                    as a way of showing your association with
advisory boards or as members of                           simple framework for alumni to offer                       the University (or that of a member of your
University Court and Council.Those                         financial support to areas of greatest need.               family), please complete and return the
returning to other countries also assist the               To date more than 6,000 alumni have                        donation form below.
International Office at recruitment fairs                  contributed gifts to the Campaign, the total
throughout the year.                                       of which stands at over £26 million. Over



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     Campaign Benefactors
     The University of Nottingham is most grateful for the generous suppor t of the following individuals, companies, trusts and
     foundations who have made donations to the Golden Jubilee Campaign. The University also acknowledges with gratitude,
     benefactors who requested anonymity for their gifts, and to all those who have helped as volunteers.
                                                       Donations from 22 June 2000 to 31 January 2001


     Major Benefactors                                     Barclays Eastern Region; Mrs E Jane Barham
                                                           Carter; Mr Michael Barker, History/Archaeology
                                                                                                               Chance; Child Support Agency; Christchurch
                                                                                                               Hall Pre-school; Mr Brent Christopher, Politics
     The City Solicitor’s Educational Trust                1982; Mrs Margaret Barnett (Clifton), Education     1989; Ms Nadia Chughtai, History 1998; Katie
     In memory of Mrs Valerie Elliott-Leach,               1977; Beale, Education 1980; Dr Andrew Beard,       Clarke Memorial Fund; Mr Roger Clayden,
     Music 1951                                            Agriculture & Food Science 1989; Beeston Probus     Physics 1961; Mr and Mrs Martin Clayton; Mrs
     The Mayor of Gedling 1999-2000,                       Wives Club; Mr William Belfitt, Mining              Gail Clements; Dr Hector Cochrane, Chemistry
     Councillor John Glass                                 Engineering 1955; Benefits Agency and Trentside     1961; Dr Edward Cohen, Mechanical Engineering
     Mr Colin Herridge,Economics &                         Sports and Social Club, Nottingham; Mrs Ai          1965; Mr and Mrs M Cohen; Mr William Cole,
     Social History 1962                                   Bennett (Seet), Electrical Engineering 1979; Ms     Financial Studies MBA 1993; Mr David Coles,
     Mr Richard Newton, Law 1967                           Julie Bennett, Mathematics 1978; Mr Robert          Electrical Engineering 1959; Mr William Collins;
     Mrs Florence Peck                                     Bergan 1975; Mr Jonathan Berisford, History         Mr David Colston,Ancient History & Archaeology
     Scott Wilson Pavement Engineering Ltd                 1997; Ms Freda Bernotavicz (Douglas), English       1986; The Pupils of Constables Pre-school; Mr
     In memory of Lieutenant Colonel Brian Duncan          1963; Dr Peter Bethell, Mining Engineering          David Cooke, Electrical and Electronic Engineering
     Shaw – Chemistry 1922 and Chemistry Staff             1975;Dr Andrew Blackburn, Medicine 1984; Mr         1982; Miss A Coulson; Mr Anthony Coulson,
     1924 to 1965                                          David Bond, Chemistry 1980; Mrs Rosemary            English 1966; Mr Peter Cummings, Child
     John and Eileen Timperley                             Bonser; Dr Kingsley Boorman,Applied                 Psychology 1969 and Mrs Elizabeth Cummings
                                                           Biochemistry/Nutrition 1963; Reverend Elizabeth     (Finney),Theology 1970
     Benefactors                                           Bradley (Draper),Theology 1975; Mrs Mair
                                                           Bradley, Education 1976; Dr Nigel Bramwell,         D
     A                                                     Medicine 1978; Mr John Brass, Mining                Mr Paul Darlow,Architecture/Environmental
     Dr Helen Abbott (Jones), Civil Engineering            Engineering 1958; Miss Lucy Briggs, Mathematics     Planning 1985; Mrs Susan Davies, Education 1981;
     1986; Dr Alnoor Abhvani, Physics 1982;                1986; Mrs Jayne Britten (Harris), Industrial        Reverend Dr Benjamin Davis,Theology 1982;
     Academy Billiard Co; The Academy Dance                Economics 1980; Mrs Carole Brown in memory of       Rosalind and Ron Davey in memory of their
     School, Mansfield; Dr Basil Acock,                    her husband Ken Brown; Reverend Dr Colin            son Michael; Professor J Davies PhD. 1966; Mrs
     Agriculture/Horticulture 1967; Mr Maqsood             Brown,Theology 1961; Miss Maria Brown; Dr           Barbara Dean, Education 1980; Mrs Susan De
     Ahmed, Mining Engineering 1994; Mr Sacha              Sandra Brown (Cornell), Chemistry 1966;             Angelo (Wratten), French 1958; Mr Alan
     Alberici, Chemical Engineering 1994; Ms S Ali;        Broxtowe Borough Council: Directorate of            Dearden, Mathematics 1984; Mrs Elizabeth
     Allen & Overy; Mrs Rosalind Allison-Calvert           Planning and Community Development;                 Dearlove (Field), Medieval & Modern History
     (Calvert), Economics 1972;The Amanda Froggatt         Ms Shelley Bruce, Psychology 1975; Mr Malcolm       1981; Mr and Mrs Ken Dennison; Department
     Charitable Trust; Mr Andrew Anderson, Politics        Buchanan, Chemistry 1986; Mr Raymond                of Genetics, Queen’s Medical Centre; Derby
     1986;Mr Robert Anderson and Mrs Sheila                Buchanan, Geology 1964; Miss Zoe                    Lions Club Charitable Trust in the name of
     Anderson; Dr Nabil Anis, Zoology 1982; Anglia         Buckingham, English 1992; R F Bulgin;               Connor Fellows; Mr Peter De Rousset-Hall,
     Regional Co-operative Society Limited;                Professor David Bullock,                            Economics 1973; Miss L Djordjevic; Dr Philip
     Mr Douglas Ash, Economics 1969; Mr David              Agriculture/Horticulture 1960; Mr Stephen           Dover, Industrial Economics 1965; Dr Stephen
     Ashbridge,Architecture 1974; Ashurst Morris           Bullock, Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences 1979;   Dowson, Medicine 1981; In memory of Teresa
     Crisp; Miss Suzanne Ashley,Art History 1993;          Mrs Margaret Burgess; Mr Grant Burton,
                                                                                                               Duffy; Dr Rosemary Dunford, Biochemistry &
     Dr Bernard Astill, Chemistry 1950; Dr William         Industrial Economics 1972; Wing Commander
                                                                                                               Genetics 1993; Mrs J B Dunmore; Mr Brian
     Atherton, Zoology 1964; Mr George Atkinson,           Roger Burton, Physics 1950
                                                                                                               Durrant, English 1951 and Mrs Phyllis Durrant
     Civil Engineering 1968; Mr Peter Austin,
     Architecture 1987; Miss Sarah Austin,
                                                           C                                                   (Reynolds), English 1953; Mr Robin Dummett,
                                                                                                               Mechanical Engineering 1993 and Mrs Elaine
     Psychology 1982                                       Mr John Cairns, Civil Engineering 1980; Mr
                                                                                                               Dummett (Tay), Industrial Economics 1993; Mr
                                                           Henry Calow, Food Science 1965; Mrs Beth
     B                                                     Carpenter (Krueger), English 1988; Mrs L Carr,      Simon Dutton, Economics and Mrs Julia Dutton
                                                           Education 1979; Mr James Carter, Education 1983;    (Foster), Psychology 1981
     Mr John Badger, Electrical Engineering 1977; Ms
     Tara Balke, Child Health/Psychology 1991; Mrs         Mr Ronald Catchick, Industrial Economics 1969;      E
     Mary Ball, (Massey), French & Spanish 1958; Mr        Mrs Gwyneth Chalmers (Thomas), Social
                                                                                                               Mr Stuart Easterbrook, Mathematical Physics
     Edward Ballam, Mechanical Engineering 1974; Mr        Administration 1953; Mrs Cissie Chambers; Mr
                                                                                                               1990; Sir John Eastwood Foundation;
     Martin Banham, Civil Engineering 1977 and Mrs         Richard Chapman, Electronic Engineering 1985;
                                                                                                               Ecclesbourne School; Mr Keith Edelman; Miss
     Christine Banham (King), Geography 1977;              In memory of Mrs Annie Chappell; Clifford




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Rebecca Edge, Chemistry 1991; Mr David                H                                                       1981; Miss Laurie Kiss,American Studies 1987; Ms
Ellam, Computer Science 1993; Mr James Ellis,                                                                 Heidi Knauf 1991; Dr Michael Knowles,Pharmacy
                                                      Mrs Pauline Hale (Allen),Education 1977;Eur.Ing.
Law 1977; Mr Jonathan Ellis, Manufacturing &                                                                  1964; Mr Matthew Koukol Occasional Student
                                                      Mr David Hall,Mechanical Engineering 1976;Mrs
Operations Management 1992; Elston Playgroup;                                                                 1987;Mr Andreas Kounnou,Architecture &
                                                      Rosamund Hamilton (Kadleck),Physics 1987;Mrs
Mr Joseph England, Economic & Social History                                                                  Environmental Design 1977;
                                                      Joyce Hammond, Education 1985;Dr David Hand,
1956; Mr Michael Evanson, History 1956
                                                      Horticulture 1965;Dr E Haque; Mr David Hargrave,        L
F                                                     Industrial Economics 1986;Dr David Harper,Physics       Mr Rene Lamisere, Electrical Engineering 1983;
Mrs Alice Faintich (Waydenfield), Psychology          1950;Mr John Harper,Industrial Economics 1977;Mr        Mrs Julia Langford; Mr Bruce Large,
1971; Mr Andrew Farrow; Computer Science 1996;        Steven Hart,Electrical Engineering 1984;Mrs Hazel       Agriculture/Horticulture 1968; Mrs Eileen Leach
Mr Robert Fearnley, Mathematics 1984; Mr              Hayward (Westwood),Classics 1962;Miss Dawn              (Doggrell),Agriculture/Horticulture 1971; Mrs
Timothy Fell, Production Engineering 1998; Mr         Hearne,Applied Social Science 1986;Mr John Heath,       Ailsa Leatherday ; Mrs Catherine Le May
Richard Feltbower, Mathematics 1996; Mr David         Law 1955;Mr Jeremy Hebblethwaite,Industrial             (McCormack), Law 1979; Mrs Clare Leonard
Ferris, Mathematics & Philosophy 1973;                                                             ear
                                                      Economics 1957;Mr Lance Hedrick, Junior Y 1994;         (Lavelle), Biology 1984; Mr Eric Levin Junior Year
Finborough School; Mr John Finke, Junior Year         Herbert Smith;Dr Thomas Hering;Dr Alan                  1991; Mrs Caroline Lewis (James), Production
1992; Mrs Margaret Flanagan, Modern Social            Heywood Kenny,English 1978;Mrs Joan Hick                Engineering 1986; Mr William Liddell, History
History 1998; Mr Martin Ford, Geography 1983          (Strangwood),Geography 1967;Mr Andrew                   1958; Mr Robert Liley, Education 1981; Linklaters
and Mrs Joan Ford (Alty), French/Spanish 1984;        Hickling,Industrial Economics 1984;Mr Neil Hiller,      & Alliance; Ms Beth Lorenzi; Lovells; Mr Paul
Mr Mark Franklin, Production Engineering 1986;        Economics 1976;Mr Gregory Hinckley,Mathematics          Low, Chemistry 1991; Mrs Margaret Lowe; Mr
Freshfields; Mrs Susan Friend (Lisney), Social        1969;Ms Pamela Hinett,Education 1989;Mr Richard         Roy Lucas, Education 1977; Mr Anthony Lunn,
Administration 1970; Mr Nicholas Forrest,             Hiseman,Electrical Engineering 1984;Mr Michael          Chemical Engineering 1977;
Chemistry 1969; Mrs Jill Foster (Hooper),             Hodgkinson,Industrial Economics 1965;Dr Briavel
Psychology/Geography 1974; Dr Andrew Fowell,          Holcomb (Gray),Geography 1963;Dr Jennifer               M
Mechanical Engineering 1957; Ms Theresa               Holmes (Bedingfield),Behavioural Science 1992;Mrs       Macfarlanes; Magus Computing Ltd; Miss Fiona
Francisco Occasional Student 1974; Mrs Margaret       Kathleen Hook (Thronson),English 1985;Miss              Mallard; Mr Dominic Manning,Architecture
Fraser and Miss Shirley Fraser; Mr Joshua             Elizabeth Horn,Education 1984;Mr Gerard Horan;          1988; Mr Jovan Marcetic, Slavonic Studies 1975;
Freedland Junior Year 1994; Dr Alan Freeman,          Mr David Hoskins,Electrical & Electronic Engineering    Mrs Claire Margolies (Norman), French 1954; Mr
Physics and Applied Physics with Electronics 1991     1986;Mrs Erica Housley in memory of her brother;        Kenneth Marshall, Education 1985; Miss Anna
and Mrs Elizabeth Freeman (Moore), French and         Dr Gordon Howard,Chemistry 1950;Miss Susan              Martyn, Russian 1991; Miss Nicole Mason,
Spanish 1992; Miss Georgina Frith, Pharmacy and       Howard,Psychology 1997;Mr Paul Hradek,Electrical        Occupational Psychology 1992; Professor Mark
Pharmaceutical Sciences 1990; Mr Ian Frostick,        & Electronic Engineering 1997;Mr William Hudson,        Matthews,American & English Studies 1981; Mr
Geology 1973 and Mrs Patricia Frostick (Morley),      Classics 1965 and Mrs Sara Hudson (Grocott),History     George McCain; Dr Jane McCreery (Hylton),
Chemistry 1974;                                       1965; Mr J Hughes and Mrs S Hughes; Miss Sandra         Mathematics 1969; Mr Ian McKay, Physics 1981;
                                                      Hummerston,Nursing 1998;Mr Timothy Hunt,                Mr Francis McKeever,Agriculture/Horticulture
G                                                     Electrical Engineering 1977;Mr John Hunter,             1982; Reverend Dr Robert McKelvey,Theology
Mrs Susan Gadd (Russell), History 1972; Miss          Architecture 1976;Miss Patricia Hurst,Education 1977;   1955; Mr Donagh McLaughlin, Environmental
Sangeeta Gadhoke, Pharmacy 1993; Mr M Gaunt;          Mr Donald Hymer,Social Administration 1960;             Science 1985; Mr Donald McLeod, Pure & Applied
Miss Rosemary Gent, Music 1976; Geo Hanson &                                                                  Physics 1978 and Mrs Hazel McLeod (Andrews),
Sons (Hucknall) Ltd; Mrs Sharon Germain; Mrs
                                                      I                                                       French 1979; Ms Alison McMichael, Mathematics
Lynne Gibbs (Parcell), Biology 1981; Ms Maureen       Dr Marie-Claire Ireland (Peakman),Pharmacy &            and Geography 1978; Dr Susan McWhinnie
Ginnity, French 1979; Miss Kirsty Girvan, Classical   Pharmaceutical Sciences 1990; Iver Heath Bowls          (Holder), Medicine 1981; Mr Richard Medlock,
Civilisation 1992; Mr Nigel Godwin, Production        Club;Professor Jack D Ives,Geography 1953;Mr            Biology 1984; Mr Kurt Mengel, Politics 1970;
Engineering 1987; Mr Paul Goodall and Mrs             Anthony James,Mechanical Engineering 1961;Mrs           Professor Unny Menon, Production Engineering
                                                      Susan James (Whiteside),Zoology 1961;Mrs                1985; Mr Perry Metcalfe, Mathematics/Computer
Yvonne Goodall; Mr Stephen Goodall, Chemistry
                                                      Caroline Jevons (Platt),Sociology 1989;Mrs              Science 1982; Mr Bradley Miller,Viking Studies
1993; Mr Christian Goodliff,Agriculture & Food
                                                      Margaret Johnson (Mees),Physics 1972;Mr Richard         1994; Mrs Carolyn Miller (Jones), Industrial
Science 1996; Miss Mary Gould, English 1961; In
                                                      Johnson,Pharmacy 1965;Mrs Carol Jones (Coyne),          Economics 1980; Mr Martin Miller, Mechanical
memory of Sheila Gould (Drage), English 1948,
                                                      Sociology 1977;Dr Hannah D Jones; Dr Peter Juby,        Engineering 1987; Rosemary Mills and
Education 1949; Mrs Ann Green (Healy), German
                                                      Chemistry 1957;Dr Roger Judge,Physics 1960;             colleagues, Property Department, Leicestershire
1978; Mrs Jacqueline Green, Education 1985; Mr
                                                                                                              County Council; Ms Erinn Milner Junior Year
Richard Grenville, Chemical Engineering 1983; Dr      K                                                       1992; Miss Yvette Mindel, Industrial Economics
Clifford Griffiths, Chemistry 1957; Mrs Helen
                                                      Miss Andrea Katz, Psychology 1986; Mr Jonathan          1993; Model Aviators Association; Mr David
Griffiths (Colley), Education 1978; Mr Michael
                                                      Kay,Ancient History 1995; Dr Norman Kaye,               Moffett, Civil Engineering 1969; Mr William
Griffiths, Industrial Economics 1969 and Mrs
                                                      Philosophy 1996; Mrs Erin Kestner, (Essex)              Monnet, Politics 1972; Mrs Deirdre Montanaro
Karen Griffiths (Price), Economics 1969; Mrs
                                                      Exchange Student 1992; Dr Peter Kettlewell;             (Springett),Theology 1975; Duncan Moon and
Josephine Grime (Harrison), Chemistry 1962;
                                                      Keyworth School of Theatre Dance; Dr Abu                friends; Mr Michael Moran, Economics 1974; Dr
Grimsby Sports and Social Club; Dr Alan
                                                      Khaled; Mr John Kingham, Electrical Engineering         Christopher Morgan, Industrial Economics 1991;
Guest, Chemistry 1980; Mr James Gurd,                                                                         Moulton Sea’s End Charity Bingo; Mr John
                                                      1968; Mrs C Kiorkian; Reverend Erika Kirk, Law
Education 1983;                                                                                               Mountford, Chemistry 1972; Mrs C L Mulinder;
                                                      1976; Mr Mark Kirkbridge, Industrial Economics




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     Mrs Sheila Munro (McLeman),Theology 1968;            Mr Scott Reoch Exchange Student 1991; Dr John      (Wickwar), Chemistry 1972; Mr John Theobald,
     Dr Peter Mynott, Chemistry 1960 and Dr Pamela        Reynolds, Education 1961; Mr John Risbridger,      Geology 1989;Mr Darren Thomas,Production
     Mynott (Thomas), Chemistry 1965                      Mathematics & Economics 1989 and Mrs Alison        Engineering 1991;G C Thompson;Mrs Pamela
                                                          Risbridger (Silvester), Economics & Econometrics   Thompson (Porter),Occasional Student 1975;S A
     N                                                    1997; In memory of Dorothy Rist ; Professor        Thompson;Mr Charles Timmis,History 1995;Mr
     Mr Geoffrey Nash,Geology 1961;Mr Clarence            Ronald Rivlin; Mr John Roberts, Economics          Nicholas Tobin,Civil Engineering 1980;Mr Nigel
     Naylor,Education 1982;Professor William Newton,      1990; Mr Philip Robinson, Education 1985; Mr       Tolley,Mechanical Engineering 1984;Mr David
     Chemistry 1961;Newark Curry Club; Mr Peter           David Roper, Genetics & Biochemistry 1988; Mrs     Trethewey;Mr Robert Trew,Economics/Mathematics
     Noble,Law 1961;Nottingham Patchwork Group;           Susan Rose (Ede), English 1972; The Rotary         1977;Miss Anne Truslow Junior Y ear1989
                                                          Club of Carlton; The Rotary Club of
     Nottinghamshire County Scout Council;
                                                          Grantham; Mrs Carole Rowley, Social Work           U
     O                                                    1988; Mr Bradley Russell and Mrs Dawn                                       ear
                                                                                                             Mr David Upham Junior Y 1990; Miss Jennifer
                                                          Russell;                                           Uttley, Education 1974;The University of
     Mrs Jennifer Oakley (Jones), Social Administration
                                                                                                             Nottingham Estates Office
     1960; Mr Michael Oakley, Physics 1977;               S
     Ockbrook School; Professor Michael
                                                          Dr M Salam and Dr C Salam;Mr Nigel Sands,          V
     O’Dogherty, Mining Engineering 1955; The Old
                                                          Industrial Economics 1982;Dr A Sarker;Mr Darren    Dr Jack Vennart, Physics BSc 1940 and DSc 1969
     Vicarage School in loving memory of Connor
                                                          Schreiber,Economics 1990;Mr Michael Scanlon,
     Fellows; Mrs Elayne O’Loughlin in memory of
                                                          Mechanical Engineering 1992;Mr Robert Scott,
                                                                                                             W
     Liam Donovan;                                                                                           The Sora Wainwright Memorial Prize; Mrs
                                                          Computer Science 1995;Helen and George
     Mr William O’Reilly, Economics 1979;                                                                    Jean Walklett; Mr Kieran Wallace; Mr Damien
                                                          Seaborn;Mrs Louise Seekins (Younger),
     Mr Keith Oseman, Chemistry 1971; Mr Dimitris                                                            Walsh, Law 1991; Mrs Patricia Walsh (Lees),
                                                          Production Engineering 1986;Miss Alison Sellers,
     Ountzoudis, Industrial Economics 1994;                                                                  Applied Social Sciences 1955; Dr Alan Walton,
                                                          Chemical Engineering 1997;Mr W Stuart Senior;
     P                                                    Miss Priti Shah,Pharmacy 1991;Mr Farnoosh          Chemistry 1957; Mr Michael Ward, Electrical
                                                          Shahrokhshahi,Electrical Engineering 1985;Mrs      Engineering 1981; Mr Henry Warrener; Mr John
     Miss Elizabeth Packham, Biochemistry &
                                                          Astri Sharp;Dr Geoffrey Sharp,Pharmacy 1949;       Watson, Industrial Economics 1954; Mrs Nancy
     Genetics 1991; Mrs Dorothy Paddon (Rennison),
                                                          Mr Kevin Sharpe,Education 1980;Miss Marie          Webster (Brown), Industrial Economics 1987; Mr
     Social Administration 1957; Dr Michael
                                                          Sheehan;Mrs Susan Shields (Gibbon),                John Weitzel, Economics & Mathematics 1977; Mrs
     Palfreyman, Pharmacy 1967; Miss Karen Pallister,
                                                          German/French 1963;Dr Douglas Shooter,             J Wells ; Mr Dale Wheaton, Economics 1974;
     Mathematics and Economics 1976; Dr Krzysztof
                                                          Chemistry 1956;Mr Graham Shuttleworth,             Professor W.J.Whittington,Agriculture &
     Parczewski, Mining Engineering 1956; Parent’s
                                                          Electrical Engineering 1979 and Mrs Marion         Horticulture 1956 and Mrs Whittington; Mr
     Association for Seriously Ill Children; Dr
                                                          Shuttleworth (Anthony),Mathematics 1979;Miss       Roger Whysall, Mechanical Engineering 1967; Mrs
     Vernon Parfitt, Education 1972; Mr Alec Parker,
                                                          Emma Simmonds,History 1997;Dr Garnett              B Williamson; Mrs Anne Wilson, Education 1985;
     Electrical Engineering 1965; Mrs S Parnell; Mrs
                                                          Simmons,Chemistry 1968;Mr Charles Simonsen         Mr John G Wilson; Mr Jonathan Wilson,
     Gwendoline Parsons (Hopkins), Mathematics
                                                          Exchange Student 1989;Slaughter & May;Mr           Economics 1979; Mr Martin Wilson QC, Law
     1972; Professor Monica Partridge (McMain)
                                                          Simon Smart,Planning Studies 1997;Mrs Ann          1961; Mr and Mrs R F Wilton ; Mrs P Winter;
     French, 1936; Dr Vinod Patel, Chemistry 1988;
                                                          Smith (Rowlands),Theology 1953;Mr Bill Smith,      Ms Cynthia Woodruff Occasional Student 1976;
     Dr Julia Payne, Medicine 1990; Mr Stephen
                                                          Politics & Economics 1969;Mr Brian Smith,          Mrs Gillian Wordsworth (Farrell), Physics 1975;
     Payne, Slavonic Studies 1975; Miss Nicola Pearce,
                                                          Industrial Economics 1955;Mr Christopher Smith,    Mrs E Worthington; Mrs Nora Wragg; Dr
     Agriculture & Food Science 1992; Mr Roderick
                                                          Chemistry 1980;Mrs Irene Smith;Mr Michael          Andrew Wright, Physiology & Chemistry 1978; Mr
     Pearce, Chemical Engineering 1981; Miss Drusilla
                                                          Smith;Mr Ronald Smith;Mr Joseph Snape,             and Mrs P Wright in memory of their
     Pearson,Agriculture and Horticulture 1972;
                                                          Industrial Economics 1982,MBA 1999;Mrs Carol       grandson; Mr Steven Wright, Physics 1982;
     Penningtons; Dr Jasna Perucic, English 1976;
                                                          Sommerville (Zuehlke),German 1983;Mr
     Miss Debra Peters, French and German 1993; In
                                                          Robert Spray,Industrial Economics 1955;Mr
                                                                                                             Y
     memory of Ms Natalie Peucker; Miss Claire                                                               Mr Philip Yarrow,Mathematics/Economics 1991;
     Phillips; Mr Ian Philpott, Electrical Engineering    Jonathan Steel,Geography 1983;Dr Michael and
                                                          Patricia Steven;Mr Terry Stevenson;Mrs             Mr Stephen Yates,French & German 1988
     1971; Dr Andrew Plater,Geography 1989;Mr
     Colin Potter,Law 1978;Powergen UK plc; Mr            Frances Stirland,Education 1979;Dr Patrick
     Rhoderick Powrie,Chemistry 1954;In memory of         Strange,Electrical Engineering 1953;Miss Rachel
                                                                                                              Correspondence regarding the Golden Jubilee
     Mrs Margaret Iris Prentice;Dr Catherine Price;       Stroud,French & German 1990;Mr Jonathan
                                                                                                              Campaign Update should be addressed to:
     Mr John Price,Physics 1958;Mr Peter Price,           Stuart-Smith,Industrial Economics 1988;Mrs
                                                                                                              Jill Minter
     Combined Studies 1950                                Gillian Sutton,Education 1987;Mrs Helen
                                                                                                              Development Office
                                                          Swanborough (Rodbourn),Pharmacy &
                                                                                                              The University of Nottingham
     Q                                                    Pharmaceutical Sciences 1971;Miss Judith Sykes,
                                                                                                              University Park
                                                          Agricultural & Food Sciences 2000
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     Dr M Rahman; Dr S M S Rahman; Dr                     Councillor John Taylor, Geography 1977; Mrs
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     Elizabeth Raw, Medicine 1997; Jane, Chris and        Susan Taylor (Meredith), Education 1985; Mr
                                                          Martin Tempany, Politics 1987; Dr Robert            Editor: Jill Minter
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