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21 September 2017

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Professor David Marshall elected to the Academia Europaea

St Hugh’s is delighted to congratulate David Marshall, Professor of Physical Oceanography, on his election to the prestigious Academia Europaea.

The Academia Europaea was formed in 1988 and now has a membership of over 3500 scholars from across Europe, representing a broad range of disciplines.

Professor Marshall said: “I am thrilled and honoured to have been elected to the Academia Europaea. This is a recognition not only of my own work, but of that of all of my students, post docs and collaborators over the past 25 years.”

St Hugh’s Principal the Rt Hon Dame Elish Angiolini DBE QC offered her congratulations to Professor Marshall on behalf of everybody at St Hugh’s: “This is fantastic news. The College is enormously proud of Professor Marshall’s outstanding research on oceans. This is a tremendous achievement and is richly deserved.”

See Professor Marshall’s website here.

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