Chairs

April 14, 1995

CHICHESTER INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Afzal Ahmed (reader), chair in mathematics education; Paul Foster (principal lecturer and head of studies) chair in English studies; Tudor Hale (head of physical education section), chair in sports science, Adrian Oldknow (head of mathematics section), chair in mathematics and computer education; Clive Behagg (principal lecturer), chair in history.

KING'S COLLEGE LONDON

Janet Bateley, head of the department of English since 1980, has been appointed the first holder of the Sir Israel Gollancz chair in English.

ASTON UNIVERSITY

David Billington, former research director at the Servier Research Institute, has been appointed to a chair of medicinal chemistry.

UNIVERSITY OF YORK

David Howell, professor in the department of government at the University of Manchester, has been appointed head of the department of politics.

Steven Yearley, professor of sociology at Queen's University Belfast, has been appointed professor of sociology.

UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE

Ian Reid, senior lecturer in mental health at the University of Aberdeen, has been appointed to a second chair of psychiatry.

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