Letter: Some choice facts (2)

November 9, 2001

From your comments on the appointment of an AUT general secretary, we can expect that next time there is a vacancy for The THES editor, there will be no interviewing panel.

All those who fancy the job will have their names put to a ballot of all readers. The winner may know little about either higher education or journalism but at least will have been democratically chosen.

Anthony Matthew
Leicester AUT treasurer

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