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Tees personalities are honoured.

Football manager Brian Clough was among five honorary graduates at the University of Teesside The University of Teesside, based in Middlesbrough, UK, has a student body of 20,685 students as of 2005. Recording rises in applications of 11.4%/2.5% for degree courses beginning in 2005/2006 respectively has given Teesside, for two years running, the highest such percentage  today.

Middlesbrough-born 'Cloughie', the only British manager to win the European Cup two years in a row, was to receive a Doctor of Science.

He attended Grove Hill Primary School and joined Middlesbrough FC before playing for England and Sunderland FC.

His management career began with Hartlepool United in 1965, followed by Derby County and Hove Albion, then Nottingham Forest from 1975 to 1993.

Newsreader A client program that is used to read messages from Internet-based discussion groups (the venerable Usenet) or syndication feeds such as RSS and Atom. Some programs provide a search and organization tool for both newsgroups and feeds as well as local e-mail messages, contacts and other  and Independent Television News home affairs editor Shiulie Ghosh, receiving a Master of Arts Master of Arts

a degree, usually postgraduate in a nonscientific subject, or a person holding this degree

Noun 1. Master of Arts - a master's degree in arts and sciences
Artium Magister, MA, AM
, was educated in the Tees Valley.

She began her news career at BBC Radio Cleveland after achieving a law degree at the University of Kent. She joined ITN News in 1998.

Opera singer Suzannah Clarke, receiving a Master of Arts, trained with Luciano Pavarotti's singing teacher in Italy and has performed around the world. She graduated from the University of Teesside in 1992 with a BA in Business Studies.

Judge Peter Fox, the Senior Circuit Judge and Recorder of Middlesbrough, an eminent member of the legal profession and a long-time friend to the School of Social Sciences and Law, is to receive a Doctor of Laws Noun 1. Doctor of Laws - an honorary law degree

honorary degree, honoris causa - a degree conferred to honor the recipient

Professor Derek Fraser, also accepting a Doctor of Laws, was the vice chancellor of the university for ten years and presided over a pounds 70m campus redevelopment. He is an eminent social historian and was appointed chairman of the Independent Football Commission in 2001.

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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Nov 28, 2003
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