Awarded Honorary Doctorate

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Nathan Lyons - Chronology
... 2006 Awarded Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts, Alfred University, Alfred, New York. 2004 Awarded Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island ... Chair of the Board of Directors of the Arts and Cultural Council of Greater Rochester 1995 Awarded Honorary Doctorate in Fine Arts, Corcoran School of Art ...
List Of Members Of The International Olympic Committee - Honorary Members of The International Olympic Committee
... Most honorary members are former members who, after finishing their terms of office, are made honorary members ... Member Country Since Honorary Since Olympic participation notes Berthold Beitz Germany 1988 ... Chairman of the Olympic Museum Foundation Infanta Doña Pilar de Borbón Spain 1996 Vladimir Cernusak Slovakia 1981 ...
Chiaki Mukai - Awards and Honors
... Happy Hands Award - Satte Junior Chamber of Commerce (1995) Aeromedical Association of Korea Honorary Membership (1995) Tatebayashi Children’s Science Exploratorium ...
List Of Avengers Members - Honorary - Young Avengers
... the Avengers, the surviving Young Avengers were awarded honorary membership following the "Children's Crusade" storyline ... Bishop Avengers The Children's Crusade #9 (May 2012) Awarded honorary membership by Captain America ...
Jonathan Bailey - Episcopal Career
... In 2006 the University awarded him an honorary doctorate ... Although a largely honorary post (the Deputy Clerk to the Closet carries out the actual duties of domestic chaplaincy), the post does involve presenting new Bishops to the monarch ... In retirement he served as an honorary assistant bishop in the Diocese of Gloucester, an independent member of the Gloucestershire Police Authority and an honorary foundation fellow of the ...

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