Muhammad Yunus Chancellor Of Glasgow Caledonian University
That this House welcomes the news that Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunas is to be appointed Chancellor of Glasgow Caledonian University; congratulates the university on the appointment of the world thought leader in social business and international anti-poverty campaigner to the role; recognises that he already has a well-established working partnership with Glasgow Caledonian University through the Grameen Scotland Foundation and Yunas Centre; notes that Professor Yunus succeeds Lord Macdonald of Tradeston, who has completed a distinguished five-year term of office; and further recognises the world class strengths of the higher education sector in both Scotland and the UK.
This motion has been signed by a total of 10 MPs.
|John Robertson||16/07/2012||Glasgow North West||Labour||Proposed|
|Peter Bottomley||16/07/2012||Worthing West||Conservative||Seconded|
|Michael Weir||17/07/2012||Angus||Scottish National Party||Seconded|
|Michael Connarty||03/09/2012||Linlithgow and East Falkirk||Labour||Seconded|
|Jim Dobbin||03/09/2012||Heywood and Middleton||Labour||Seconded|
|Paul Flynn||06/09/2012||Newport West||Labour||Seconded|
|Eilidh Whiteford||12/09/2012||Banff and Buchan||Scottish National Party||Signed|
|Jim McGovern||14/09/2012||Dundee West||Labour||Signed|
|Michael Crockart||15/10/2012||Edinburgh West||Liberal Democrat||Signed|
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