Honorary Awards are conferred on men and women who have made major contributions to the academic work of the University or who have earned distinction for their services associated more widely with education, business, culture, creative work or public service. Honorary awards are conferred at faculty awards ceremonies.
In recognition for his outstanding contribution to the legal profession and his involvement in the ‘Black Letter Law’ campaign.
In recognition for her services to fashion retailing.
In recognition for her exceptional contribution to community nursing and primary care.
In recognition for her outstanding contribution to public life and to the people and organisations of Cheshire. Mrs Dunwoody was MP for Crewe and Nantwich for 34 years before her death in April 2008.
In recognition for his contribution to the marketing and advertising professions.
In recognition for his ongoing contribution to photography and to MMU’s School of Art.
For his outstanding contribution to the University. Professor Plumb was appointed Academic Director in 1997 and Deputy Vice-Chancellor two years later, having joined the University in 1995 as Dean of the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
In recognition for his contribution to knowledge of the natural world.
In recognition for his contribution to schools and his efforts in the rebuilding of schools in war-torn Kuwait.
In recognition for his contribution to ground-breaking television and creative writing which has helped put Manchester and Salford on the cultural map.