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Loughborough University awards honorary degree to Wendy Hall

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28 July 2008
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Professor Wendy Hall received the honorary degree of Doctor of Science from Loughborough University at their 2008 graduation ceremony.

Professor of Computer Science and former Head of the School of Electronics and Computer Science, Professor Hall received the Honorary Doctor of Science (Hon DSc)for her outstanding contributions to research in computer science and to leadership in science and technology.

Professor Hall has recently begun a two-year term of office as President of the Association for Computing Machinery, the first person from outside North America to hold this position. She is a founder director of the Web Science Research Initiative, along with Professor Nigel Shadbolt, Professor Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Daniel J Weitzner.

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