Honorary Fellows 2018

In 2018, Bangor University awarded Honorary Fellowships to the following distinguished individuals:

Ann Catrin Evans, an internationally renowned sculptor and jeweller who has been a leading light on the Welsh craft scene for over 25 years. 

Julie Williams

Alumnus, engineer and entrepreneur Howard M Clarke, who is Chairman of Morgan Innovation & Technology.

Renowned musician, Llio Rhydderch, who is recognised as the foremost exponent of the Welsh Triple Harp.

Lord David Lloyd-Jones, a distinguished judge and legal scholar, who was recently appointed as Justice of the Supreme Court, has shown his active support of the University’s Law students in a variety of ways.

Dr Philip Trathan, Head of Conservation at the British Antarctic Survey has three degrees from Bangor University; having graduated with a BSc in Botany in 1979, and a PhD in Plant Population Ecology in 1983. He received a DSc for an outstanding contribution to Antarctic Science in 2012.

Professor Julie Williams, a leading figure in the field of Alzheimer’s disease research and recently Chief Scientific Officer for Wales.

Professor Robin Grove-White, an academic and Chair of the University’s Institute for the Study of Welsh Estates. A resident of Anglesey, Professor Grove-White is a committed and active environmentalist.

Stavros Ioannou, alumnus and Deputy CEO of Eurobank has made an overwhelmingly positive contribution to Greece’s banking sector through managerial roles in major financial institutions.

Dr Margaret Wood, an academic and co-author of the first full Geology of Anglesey, has demonstrated a passionate commitment to her profession and to furthering geological science.

Rev Dr Alwyn Roberts, former Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University has been involved in the life of the University for over 50 years as a student, member of staff, and member of Council. Sadly, Rev Dr Roberts passed away shortly after graduation week.