Each year Swansea University confers Honorary Awards on individuals in recognition of their outstanding achievement and contributions to the University or the region.
Herta Müller is one of Europe’s foremost contemporary writers, winning the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2009.
Lowri Morgan is a Gowerton-born television presenter and currently sports journalist with S4C’s Ralio+ programme.
Lord Sewel is a former research assistant in Social Studies and MSc student of Swansea University.
Hywel Francis is the founder of the South Wales Miners’ Library and Chair in Continuing Education at Swansea University.
Huw Jenkins is Chairman of Swansea City Football Club and a life-long fan.
Lieutenant-Commander Thomas Conway graduated with a degree in Physics and Pure Mathematics from Swansea University in 1951.
A former senior lecturer at Swansea University, Valerie Lloyd has played a major role in the All-Wales development of curricula for Nursing and Midwifery.
Valerie Ganz is a Swansea-born painter famous for her landscapes of South Wales and studies of Welsh miners.
Nigel Evans, a physics graduate of Swansea University, is Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons and Conservative Member of Parliament for Ribble Valley in Lancashire.
Here are some individuals who have received Honorary Awards from Swansea University. More...
A-Z of Honorary Awards
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