Appointments

April 18, 1997

Coventry University

Eulian Roberts, chief executive of Stirling University Innovation Park Limited, has been appointed director of commercial affairs.

University of Wolverhampton

The management has been revised: John White, deputy vice chancellor, chair of finance and resourcescommittee; John Baldwin, registrar, secretary to academic board; Gerald Bennett, pro-vice chancellor andchief executive for the university companies (marketing and development); John Cooper, pro vice chancellor(science based operations) and chief executive of the science park; Lynn Copcutt, pro vice chancellor (quality management); Andrew Snowden, director of personnel; Gary Sproston, chair of management information systems steering group; Viv Wylie, pro-vice chancellor (academic planning) and chair of campus management team (Dudley); Tony Lee, clerk to board of governors and universrity secretary. Deans of schools have been appointed asfollows: Andrew Brewerton, school of art and design;

Geoff Hurd, schoolof humanities and social sciences and deputy to the pro-vice chancellor (quality management); Stephen Hagen, school of languages and European studies; Bob Clark, school of legal studies; Keith Yeomans, school of computing and information technology; Ted Morgan, school of applied sciences; Musa Mihsein, school of engineering and the built environment; Isobel Bartram, school of nursing and midwifery; Jim Logan, school of health sciences; Jean McKay, school of education. Arko Sen, formerly with Walsall Council, has been appointed head of the total quality management department.

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