Appointments - 14 August 2014

The latest higher education appointments

August 14, 2014

Source: University College London

Stephen Caddick, vice-provost for London, University College London

University College London has appointed Stephen Caddick to the new position of vice-provost for London. Professor Caddick, who will continue as vice-provost (enterprise), takes on the new role immediately.

Ronald Tuninga has been made dean of business and law at Kingston University. He is currently dean at AVT Business School in Copenhagen.

Lionel Stapley, an authority on group dynamics, will teach on Birkbeck, University of London’s new postgraduate certificate in coaching from this autumn.

The Royal College of Art has announced that Zowie Broach, co-founder of fashion label Boudicca, is to become its new head of fashion. She has previously taught at the University of Westminster and Parsons, The New School for Design in New York.

John Ladbury has been appointed dean of the faculty of biological sciences at the University of Leeds. He is currently director of the Center for Biomolecular Structure and Function at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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