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The University of Essex is a public research university in Essex, England.
1965 brought 399 students enrolling for the start of the new academic year; the number of academic staff more than doubled to 61; and the first degrees, five MSc and five MA degrees were awarded.
The Physics building opened and the first six floors of Rayleigh tower were ready for occupation, while work began on the Albert Sloman Library.
In July 1962, Albert Sloman, Gilmour Professor of Spanish and Dean of the Faculty of Arts, University of Liverpool, was appointed as Vice-Chancellor and the Rt. With its first staff appointed, a development plan for the university was published and a £1million Appeal Fund was launched.
Within six months the Appeal Fund had exceeded its £1million target with The Queen Mother and Sir Winston Churchill among contributors, while work began on clearing the site for building work.
Six months later, work started on the Lecture Theatre Building, plus the 'Topping out' of Keynes tower.
In October 1966, the Hexagon Restaurant and General Store opened, with the number of students reaching 750.
Lord Butler was installed as Chancellor at a ceremony held in Colchester's Moot Hall in 1967 and the first Honorary Degrees were presented, the University's Mace was carried for the first time, while the first annual Degree Congregation saw 135 degrees conferred in July.
Neil Ramsden, the namesake of this award (which was started back in the ‘70s), was a beloved eighth-grade English teacher at EES. WASHINGTON — For decades after 1924 the ominous shadow of J.
Edgar Hoover loomed almost menacingly over the Federal Government, from Capitol Hill to the White House.
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