The title Emeritus Professor is awarded to eligible former members of staff to recognise a professor’s distinguished service to us and their future continuing association with the University of Westminster.
Our distinguished Emeritus Professors represent a broad range of national and internationally recognised areas of academic expertise and are engaged for a term of three years following their retirement. During this time they can contribute to a number of activities including:
- supervision of PhD students
- participation in research seminars
- providing advice on research proposals and grants
- mentoring staff and students
The title Emeritus Fellow is awarded to eligible former members of staff who:
- Have held a senior position at the University of Westminster (e.g. Principal Lecturer, Principal Research Fellow, Reader, Head of Department, Director, Associate Dean or Dean of Faculty).
- Have retired after several years of service at the University.
- Have been elected by their line manager to hold the title of Emeritus Fellow, for the duration of the completion of a specific task, series of activities and/or association with a specific project, which would benefit from their detailed knowledge of the University.
Our distinguished Emeritus Fellows represent a range of areas of professional expertise and are engaged for a term of three years following their retirement.
Current Emeritus Professors and Fellows
Our current Emeritus Professors and Fellows are:
- Professor Michael Alpert
- Dr Patricia Ashby
- Professor Christie Brown
- Professor Hardial Chowdrey
- Professor Phil Evans
- Professor Pauline Gleadle
- Dr Michael Gordge
- Dr Mayer Hillman
- Professor Paula Hixenbaugh
- Professor Ralph Jacobson
- Professor Shobhana Madhavan
- Professor Robert Maitland
- Professor Rikki Morgan-Tamosunas
- Professor Peter Newman
- Professor Mike O'Donnell
- Professor John Owens
- Professor Bhikhu Parekh
- Dr Martin Parry
- Keith Redway
- Professor John Stanworth
- Professor Fred Steward
- Professor Peter White
- Dr Nigel Wood