October 24, 1997

University of Glasgow

The following were promoted to the rank of professor on October 1. Former readers: Anna Dominiczak, medicine and therapeutics; Gwyn Gould, biochemistry and molecular biology; Patricia Monaghan, environmental and evolutionary biology; Ronan Paddison, geography and topographic science. Senior lecturers: Annie Anderson, psychology; Alan Ervine, civil engineering; Barry Jones, psychology; Mike MacMahon, English language; R. Stalley, philosophy. Michael Moss, archivist. Mark Ward, dean of the faculty of arts.

University of London

Roger Mackett, professor of transport studies in the department of civil and environmental engineering at University College, London was appointed head of the centre for transport studies for two years from October 1.

South Bank University

Abdullah Hashim, former managing director and information technology consultant, has been appointed to the IFI development chair in information technology; Marios Angelides, formerly at London School of Economics; Panicos Demitriades, reader in economics at Keele University, professor of financial economics; David Mayes, former chief economist at the National Reserve Bank of New Zealand, profesor of economics; Julie Dockrell, former senior lecturer at the University of London Institute of Education, professor of psychology; Dinah Gould, lecturer at King's College, London, research professor in nursing studies; Pamela Smith, formerly at the school of health, Greenwich University, professor of nursing.

University of Keele

Kate Myers, educationist and Ofsted inspector, has been appointed professor of professional development in education.

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