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WWS_T - Who's Who in Scotland

WWS_T - Who's Who in Scotland

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Hungary; b. 14.2.52, Manchester. Educ. Bedford Modern School; City University, London. Lecturer in Civil Engineering, Edinburgh University, 1978-88; Von- Humboldt Research Fellow, Stuttgart University, 1986-87; Senior Lecturer, Heriot-Watt University, 1988-89, Reader, 1989-90, Professor of Structural Engineering, 1990-95, Professor of Computational Mechanics, 1995-2006. Co- Editor, Computers and Structures; Co-Editor, Advances in Engineering Software; Senior Editor, Civil-Comp Conference Series. Address: (b.) Dun Eaglais, Station Brae, Kippen, Stirlingshire FK8 3DY. Topping, Professor Keith James, BA, MA, PhD, CPsychol, FBPsS. Professor of Educational and Social Research, University of Dundee, since 2002; b. 1.10.47, Stockport; m., Mei; 4 s. Educ. Marple Hall Grammar School; Universities of Sussex, Nottingham and Sheffield. After substantial practice as an educational psychologist for social services, health and education, moved to Dundee in 1992 to establish a training course for eucational psychologists; went on to establish a professional doctorate and become a professor specializing in research on peer learning, parental involvement and behaviour problems. Over 300 publications including over 20 books. Recreation: mountaineering. Address: Nethergate, Dundee DD1 4HN; e-mail: Torphichen, 15th Lord (James Andrew Douglas Sandilands); b. 27.8.46; m.; 4 d. Address: Calder House, Mid Calder, West Lothian. Torrance, David. MSP (SNP), Kirkcaldy, since 2011. Born in Kirkcaldy. Studied mechanical engineering at Adam Smith College. Employed by British Gas and other companies before going into politics full-time in 2007, working for Chris Harvie MSP. Fife councillor. Assistant district commissioner, Kirkcaldy Scouts. Address: (b.) Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh EH99 1SP. Torrance, Very Rev. Professor Iain Richard, TD, MA, BD, DPhil, Hon DD, Hon DTheol, Hon LHD, CorrFRSE. Pro-Chancellor, University of Aberdeen, since 2013. Hon Professor of Early Christian Doctrine and Ethics, University of Edinburgh, since 2013; a Chaplain-in-Ordinary to HM The Queen in Scotland, since 2001; President Emeritus and Professor of Patristics Emeritus, Princeton Theological Seminary, since 2013; Professor in Patristics and Christian Ethics (Emeritus), University of Aberdeen, since 2004; Master of Christ’s College, Aberdeen, 2001-04; Moderator, General Assembly, Church of Scotland, 2003-04; Co- Editor, Scottish Journal of Theology, since 1982; b. 13.1.49, Aberdeen; m., Morag Ann MacHugh; 1 s.; 1 d. Educ. Edinburgh Academy; Monkton Combe School, Bath; Edinburgh University; St. Andrews University; Oriel College, Oxford University. Minister, Northmavine, Shetland, 1982-85; Lecturer in New Testament and Christian Ethics, Queen's College, Birmingham, 1985-89; Lecturer in New Testament and Patristics, Birmingham University, 1989-93; Aberdeen University: Lecturer, 1993- 97, Senior Lecturer in Divinity, 1997-99, Professor in Patristics and Christian Ethics (Personal Chair), 1999-2004, Head, Department of Divinity with Religious Studies, 2000- 01, Dean, Faculty of Arts and Divinity, 2001-03; President and Professor of Patristics, Princeton Theological Seminary, 2004-12. Chaplain to the Moderator of the General Assembly, 1976; Member, International Dialogue between the Orthodox and the Reformed Churches, since 1992, cochair since 2005; Member, General Assembly's Panel on Doctrine, 1993-2002; Member, Ethics Committee, Grampian Health Board, 1996-2000; Hon. Secretary, Aberdeen A.U.T., 1995-98, Hon. President, 1998-99; Secretary, Society for the Study of Christian Ethics, 1995- WHO'S WHO IN SCOTLAND 509 98; Judge, Templeton (UK) Awards, 1994-99; Templeton Advisory Board, 2008-11; TA Chaplain, 1982-97; ACF Chaplain, 1996-2000; Member, Academie Internationale des Sciences Religieuses, since 1997; Convener, General Assembly's Committee on Chaplains to HM Forces, 1998- 2002; Senate Assessor to Aberdeen University Court, 1999- 2003; Member, Committee of Highland TAVRA, 1999- 2004; Member, QAA's Benchmarking Panel for Degrees in Theology and Religious Studies, 1999-2000; Member of the C-1 Religious Leader Commission, since 2010; Select Preacher, University of Oxford, 2004, University of Aberdeen, 2009; Free Burgess of the Burgh of Aberdeen, 2004; Friend for Life Award 2004, Equality Network, Scotland; Honorary Doctor of Divinity (St Andrews, 2005; Aberdeen, 2005; Edinburgh, 2012); Honorary Doctor of Theology (Debrecen, 2006); Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters (King Coll, TN, 2007); Corresponding Fellow, Royal Society of Edinburgh, 2007; Honorary Distinguished Alumnus, Princeton Theological Seminary, 2012. Publications: Christology after Chalcedon, 1988; Human Genetics: a Christian perspective (Co-Author), 1995; Ethics and the Military Community, 1998; To Glorify God: Essays on Modern Reformed Liturgy (Co-Author), 1999; Bioethics for the New Millennium (Editor), 2000; Oxford Handbook of Systematic Theology (Co-Editor), 2007; Cambridge Dictionary of Christian Theology (Co-Editor), 2011; The Correspondence of Severus and Sergius, 2011. Recreations: historical Scottish culture (buildings, literature, art). Address: (h.) 17 St Bernard’s Crescent, Edinburgh EH4 1NR; T.-0131-315-3746. E-mail: Torrie, Steven, QFSM. Chief Inspector of Fire and Rescue Authorities. Address: (b.) Fire and Rescue Advisory Unit, St. Andrew’s House, Regent Road, Edinburgh EH1 3DG; T.-0131-244 2342. E-mail: Tosh, Murray, MA. MSP (Conservative), West of Scotland, 2003-07, South of Scotland, 1999-2003 (Deputy Presiding Officer, Scottish Parliament, 2001- 07); b. 1.9.50, Ayr; m., Christine (deceased); 2 s.; 1 d. Educ. Kilmarnock Academy; Glasgow University; Jordanhill College of Education. Principal Teacher of History, Kilwinning Academy, 1977, Belmont Academy, Ayr, 1984; Councillor, Kyle and Carrick District Council, 1987-96 (Convener of Housing, 1992-96); Chairman, Central Ayrshire Conservative and Unionist Association, 1980-83, Ayr Conservative and Unionist Association, 1985-90. Recreations: hill-walking; reading; watching football and cricket; family history; visiting mediaeval castles; foreign holidays. Address: (h.) 24/4 Lochend Close, Edinburgh EH8 8BL. Toth, Emeritus Professor Akos George, Dr. Jur., PhD. Professor of Law, Strathclyde University, 1984-2001; Jean Monnet Chair of European Law, 1991-2001; b. 9.2.36, Mezotur, Hungary. Educ. Budapest University; Szeged University; Exeter University. Strathclyde University: Lecturer in Law, 1971-76, Senior Lecturer, 1976-82, Reader, 1982-84; British Academy Research Readership, 1993-95. Publications: Legal Protection of Individuals in the European Communities, 1978; The Oxford Encyclopaedia of European Community Law: Vol. I: 1990, Vol. II: 2005, Vol. III: 2008. Recreations: travel; music; opera; theatre; swimming; walking. Address: (b.) Strathclyde University, Law School, Graham Hills Building, 50 George Street, Glasgow G1 1QE; T.-0141-548 3594; e-mail: Totten, Sheriff William John, LLB (Hons). Sheriff of Glasgow and Strathkelvin, since 1999; b. 11.9.54,

510 WHO'S WHO IN SCOTLAND Paisley; m., Shirley Ann Morrison; 1 s. Educ. John Neilson Institute, Paisley; Glasgow University. Apprentice, Tindal, Oatts and Rodger, Solicitors, 1977- 79; admitted as Solicitor, 1979; Procurator Fiscal Service, 1979-83; Assistant, then Partner, Beltrami and Co., 1983-88; admitted to Faculty of Advocates, 1989; Advocate Depute, 1993-96. Address: (b.) Glasgow Sheriff Court, 1 Carlton Place, Glasgow; T.-0141-429 8888. Townley, Professor Barbara, BA, MSc, PhD. Professor, Chair of Management, St Andrews University; Director, Institute for Capitalising on Creativity; b. 9.10.54, Manchester. Educ. Worsley Wardley Grammar School; Lancaster University; London School of Economics. Lecturer: Lancaster University, 1983-85, University of Warwick Business School, 1985-90; Professor, Faculty of Business, University of Alberta, Canada, 1990-2000; Chair of Management and Organization, Edinburgh University, 2000-05. Publications: author of four books and many articles on management, organisation, performance measurement. Currently researching the creative industries. Recreation: travel. Address: (b.) Management School, Gateway, North Haugh, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9RJ; T.-01334 462808. Trainer, Emeritus Professor James, MA, PhD, DLitt. Professor of German, Stirling University, 1969-97 (Emeritus) (Acting Principal, 1975, Deputy Principal, 1973- 78, 1981-87, 1989-92); b. 2.3.32; m., Barbara Herta Reinhard (deceased); 2 s.; 1 d. Educ. St. Andrews University; Free University of Berlin. Lecturer in German, St. Andrews University, 1958-67; Visiting Professor, Yale University, 1964-65; Visiting Scholar, University of California at Santa Barbara, 1989; Vice-Convener, SUCE, 1987-94; Convener, SUCE Modern Languages Panel, 1979- 86; Member, Inter University and Polytechnic Council, since 1983; Member, Scottish Examination Board, 1975-82; Chairman, SED Postgraduate Awards Committee, since 1989; Member, UK Fulbright Commission, 1985-93; Trustee, National Library of Scotland, 1986-91; Chairman, Scottish Conference of University Teachers of German, 1978-80; Member, National Academic Audit Unit; Member, SHEFCO Quality Assessment Committee; Member Overseas Research Students Awards Committee, CVCP; Governor, Morrison's Academy, Crieff, 1994-98. Recreations: music; cricket; translating. Address: (h.) 5 Pathfoot Avenue, Bridge of Allan FK9 4SA; T.-01786 833422; e-mail: Trainor, Professor Sir Richard Hughes, KBE (2010), BA, MA, DPhil, FRHistS, AcSS, FRSA, FKC. Principal and Professor of Social History, King’s College London, since 2004; b. 31.12.48, New Jersey; m., Dr. Marguerite Wright Dupree; 1 s.; 1 d. Educ. Calvert Hall High School, Maryland; Brown University; Princeton University; Merton and Nuffield Colleges, Oxford University. Junior Research Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford, 1977-79; Lecturer, Balliol College, Oxford, 1978-79; Glasgow University: Lecturer in Economic History, 1979-89, Senior Lecturer in Economic and Social History, 1989-95, Director, Design and Implementation of Software in History Project, 1985- 89, Professor of Social History, 1995-2000, Co-Director, Computers in Teaching Initiative Centre for History, 1989- 2000, Dean of Social Sciences, 1992-96, Vice-Principal, 1996-2000, Senior Vice-Principal, 1999-2000; Vice- Chancellor and Professor of Social History, Greenwich University, 2000-04. Honorary Fellow, Trinity College of Music, since 2003; Honorary Fellow, Merton College, Oxford, since 2004; Rhodes Scholar; Chair, Advisory Council, Institute of Historical Research, 2004-09; Honorary Secretary, Economic History Society, 1998-2004; President, Universities UK, 2007-09; Convener, Steering Group, Universities UK/DfES Review of Student Services, 2002; Member, US/UK Fulbright Commission, 2003-09; Council Member, Arts and Humanities Research Council, 2006-2011; Member, University of London Board of Trustees, since 2009; Joint Editor, Scottish Economic and Social History, 1989-94; Governor, St Paul’s School, since 2012. Publications: Black Country Elites: the exercise of authority in an industrialised area 1830-1900, 1993; University, City and State: the University of Glasgow since 1870 (Joint Author), 2000. Recreations: parenting; observing politics; tennis. Address: (h.) 45 Mitre Road, Glasgow G14 9LE; T.-0207 848 3434. Trees, Professor Alexander (Sandy). Chairman, Moredun Research Institute, since 2011. Educ. Edinburgh’s Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. Has made an enormous contribution to research into livestock health and is internationally recognised for this knowledge of veterinary parasitology; appointed Senior Lecturer, University of Liverpool in 1980, before being appointed Head of the Parasite and Vector Biology Division and then subsequently Dean of Liverpool’s Faculty of Veterinary Science, until retirement in 2008. President, Association of Veterinary Teachers and Research Workers, 1996-97; President, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, 2009; formerly Council member of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; a founding Diplomate of the European Veterinary Parasitology College; Executive Board member, World Association for Veterinary Parasitology. Over 120 scientific papers and numerous presentations at regional, national and international conferences. Address: The Moredun Group, Pentlands Science Park, Bush Loan, Penicuik, Midlothian EH26 0PZ; T.-0131 445 5111. Trew, Professor Arthur Stewart, BSc, PhD, FRSE, FRSA. Professor of Computational Science, University of Edinburgh, since 2006, Head of the School of Physics and Astronomy; b. 20.10.57, Belfast, Northern Ireland; m., Lesley Margaret Trew (nee Smart); 1 s.; 1 d. Educ. Royal Belfast Academical Institution; University of Edinburgh. Computing Officer, University of Edinburgh, 1983-85; Lecturer, Department of Clinical Sciences, Glasgow, 1985- 86; Research Fellow, Department of Physics, Edinburgh, 1986-90, Programme Manager, EPCC, 1990-94, Director, EPCC, 1994-2010, Deputy Director, NESC, since 2001. Director, UoE HPCx Ltd. Recreations: running; cycling; hill walking. Address: (b.) School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh, James Clerk Maxwell Building, King’s Buildings, Mayfield Road, Edinburgh; T.- 0131 650 5025; e-mail: Trewavas, Professor Anthony James, BSc, PhD, FRS, FRSE, FRSA, FWIF, Academia Europea. Professor, Institute of Plant Molecular Science, Edinburgh University, since 1990; b. 17.6.39, London; m., Valerie; 1 s.; 2 d. Educ. Roan Grammar School; University College, London. Lecturer/Reader, Edinburgh University; Visiting Professor, Universities of Michigan State, Calgary, California (Davis), Bonn, Illinois, North Carolina, National University of Mexico; University of Milan. Publications: 260 scientific papers; two books. Recreations: music (particularly choral); reading. Address: (h.) Old Schoolhouse, Croft Street, Penicuik EH26 9DH; e-mail: Trickett, Dr. Anthony Robert, MBE, MRCS, LRCP, DL. Lord Lieutenant for Orkney, since 2007; m. Practiced in several hospitals in Manchester, 1964-66; Anatomy at University of Manchester, 1966-67; General Practitioner in Pembroke in Dyfed, 1967-73; Hoy and Walls, 1973-2000. Honorary Medical Advisor of Longhope Lifeboat, since 1973, and since 1995 its Honorary Secretary. Chairman of

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