|In 1970 Dorothy Hodgkin became Chancellor of the
University of Bristol.|
|She was the first chancellor of the university always to visit the Students' Union and to have lunch with its officers, and she took a keen interest in the research of her crystallographic colleagues.|
|She supported the establishment of a Hodgkin Scholarship for a student from the Third World and of Hodgkin House to accommodate overseas students, both named after her late husband, a specialist in African studies. |
Hodgkin as Chancellor of the University of Bristol:
Courtesy Arts Faculty Photo Unit, Univesrity of Bristol.