Emeritus Staff

Emeritus Professors

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 and mentoring staff and students. 

Emeritus Fellows

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 and 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. 

Our current Emeritus Professors and Fellows are: 

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