October 13, 1995

The Council for Hospitality Management Education The Council for Hospitality Management Education has elected the following to the executive committee for 1995/96: Chairman - Dolf Mogendorff, Glasgow Caledonian University; Treasurer - Vicky Harris, Leeds Metropolitan University; Secretary - Pauline Wright, Westminster College.

Members - Nigel Hemmington, Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education; Peter Jones, Bourne-mouth University; Roy Kennedy, Glasgow College of Food Technology; Conrad Lashley, Nottingham Trent University; Anna Murray, University of Ulster

Royal Northern College of Music Edward Gregson has been appointed principal of the Royal Northern College of Music from April 1996 on the retirement of Sir John Manduell.

THE NUFFIELD FOUNDATION The trustees have appointed Helen Quigley, formerly with the Association of Metropolitan Authorities, as assistant director (education).

UNIVERSITY OF PORTSMOUTH John Mohan, senior lecturer at Queen Mary and Westfield College, to reader in the department of geography.

UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD Sheila Allen, equal opportunities adviser, has been appointed to the Bradford Commission, investigating the June riots.

.ULEAC The University of London Examination and Assessment Council has appointed Christine Wilkinson, lecturer in English at University of Wales College of Cardiff.

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