by (70 Mitchell St., Glasgow C.1), George Outram and Co. Ltd in Glasgow .
Written in English
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|Statement||by Sir Charles Illingworth.|
|LC Classifications||LF1079.H4 I4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 158 p., 6 plates.|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||72179759|
The second biography was of Hector Hetherington, the Principal of the University of Glasgow who had appointed Illingworth to the university's Regius Chair of Surgery in Illingworth's University Statesman: Sir Hector Hetherington () was excerpted in The Glasgow Herald, and reviewed in The tion: Gastroenterologist. [This book is the outcome of a series of lectures delivered at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, in August to the summer school of the Civic and Moral Education League.] Charles Frederic William, University statesman, Sir Hector Hetherington Glasgow, London: George Outram & Co., pp. plates; illus. But, it’s still probably a good bet. Among the many good leaders who’ve lead more than one university is Sir Hector Hetherington. A professor at 27, he became Principal of the University College of the South West aged He subsequently led Liverpool and Glasgow. Twice chair of CVCP, this is the account of his last meeting there. IN January Sir Hector Hetherington, principal of Glasgow University, formally opened the Stevenson Physical Education Building, and described.
He also wrote two biographies - of William Hunter () and, under the title *University Statesman* (), of Hector Hetherington. Illingworth married, in , Eleanor Bennett, who died in They had four sons. He died at the age of 91 on 23 February IN January Sir Hector Hetherington, principal of Glasgow University, formally opened the Stevenson Physical Education Building, and described the late Sir Author: Russell Leadbetter. Because of his interest in machines, Ian was known as 'Mad Donald' by some of his London colleagues, who caricatured him as a crazy inventor, but his talent was spotted by that great university statesman, Sir Hector Hetherington, and he was appointed to the Regius Chair of Midwifery at the University of Glasgow in A key factor motivating the organisation of tutorial classes for adult learners, based on collaboration between the Workers’ Educational Association and universities in .
Congratulatory Address from the University of Malaya, A congratulatory address was sent by the Principal of the University of Glasgow, Sir Hector Hetherington, to the Vice Chancellor of the University of Malaya, Sir George V. Allen, on the occasion of the latter’s foundation on 16 September University Statesman: The Story of Sir Hector Hetherington. Deeside Books is a bookshop located in the centre of the village of Ballater on Royal Deeside, . which only Sir Byrom Bramwell had previously been elected. This was a just reward for his many years of largely through the far-sighted influence of Sir Hector Hetherington. In Glasgow, Sir Charles worked hard to promote the status of the Andrews University OTC" (); "History of . Sir Hector Hetherington was unwilling to chair a fund-raising meeting or to sign a petition on behalf of the refugees because of his official position as Principal of the University. 53 Sir Hector had been actively campaigning for an end to the extra-mural medical schools, which he felt only benefitted the freelance teachers who drew their Cited by: 2.