University Of Greenwich Yearbook

University Of Greenwich Yearbook

Honorary graduates of the University of Greenwich (by year graduated)

The University of Greenwich confers honorary degrees on persons of distinction who either have made major contributions to the work of the university or have earned distinction for activities associated more widely with: education, business, culture, creative work, public service or sport.

Browse honorary graduates of the University of Greenwich by year below, or browse by surname here.

Honorary graduates in July 2016

The Hon Mr Justice Cranston, HonLLD

High Court Judge, Queen’s Bench Division

An academic lawyer, Sir Ross Cranston was appointed as a High Court judge in 2007. He previously served as a Labour Party MP and as Solicitor General for England and Wales. He lives locally in Greenwich and is a member of the university’s School of Law Advisory Forum. His honorary award recognises his outstanding career in law and public service

Graduated at Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich, Friday 22 July 2016

Dr Kevin Fewster, HonDLitt

Director, Royal Museums Greenwich

Dr Fewster oversees the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory, the Queen’s House and the Cutty Sark. He has enjoyed a distinguished career both in this country and in his native Australia, A Member of the Order of Australia, which he received for services to museum administration and to the preservation of maritime history, he is also President of the International Congress of Maritime Museums.

Graduated at Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich, Thursday 21 July 2016

Marti-Franch-Batllori, HonDDes

Landscape Architect

A University of Greenwich graduate, Marti Franch Batllori has been described by Harvard Design Magazine as one of the most influential contemporary landscape architects of his generation. His many awards include the Rosa Barber Prize (2012), the highest award in his profession, and the Honor Award from the American Society of Landscape Architects.