As Chancellor of Staffordshire University,
installing Tanni Grey-Thompson
as Pro-Chancellor.

During his early period of T&G office, Bill Morris continued his education, taking a variety of courses and studies in areas such as employment law and the history of trade unions and the Labour Movement.  His life-long interest in education has led him to be awarded many honorary degrees, and he is involved at various levels on the Governing Bodies and as a Trustee of a number of universities and colleges. His proudest achievement in education was to receive an honorary degree from the University of Technology in Jamaica in July, 2000 and to become its first Chancellor.

  • Chancellor, University of Technology, Jamaica 2000-2010
  • Chancellor, Staffordshire University, England 2004-2011
  • Member, Court of Luton University since 1994-2006
  • Member, Trustee Board, The Open University Foundation since 1997-2006
  • Board of Governors London South Bank University 1997-2005
  • University College, Northampton (formerly Nene College) 1997-2005
  • Member Governing Body, Atlantic College 1994-2004