Chairs

February 28, 1997

Anglia Polytechnic University

David Crouch, head of leisure and rural development research, has been awarded a professorship.

University of Surrey

T. McMillan, consultant clinical psychologist at Atkinson Morley Hospital and Wolfson Rehabilitation Centre, has been appointed part-time professor of clinical psychology; A. Robins, associate director of EnFlo at the university, has been appointed professor of environmental fluid dynamics; M. Clarke's appointment as part-time professor of nursing has been extended to November, 1997.

University of Durham

John Carpenter, senior lecturer in mental health at the University of Kent at Canterbury, chair in applied social studies from January 1997; Todd Marder, professor of inorganic chemistry at the University of Waterloo, Canada, chair of inorganic chemistry from September 1, 1997; Pali Hungin, director of Northern Primary Care Research Network and a general practitioner, visiting professor in the centre for health studies.

University of Strathclyde

Chris Huxham, director of the MBA programme in the university's graduate business school, has been appointed chair in business administration.

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