Appointments - 24 July 2014

The latest higher education appointments

July 24, 2014

Source: www.gla.ac.uk

Muffy Calder, University of Glasgow

The University of Glasgow has announced the appointment of Muffy Calder, professor of computing science, as vice-principal and head of the College of Science and Engineering.

Stephen Driver has been appointed deputy provost for learning and teaching at the University of Roehampton.

The Royal Agricultural University has named David Hopkins dean of its School of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

Loughborough University has made a number of appointments. Rachel Thompson, director of Loughborough’s Materials Research School, becomes dean of aeronautical, automotive, chemical and materials engineering, Alison Yarrington has been named dean of the School of the Arts, English and Drama, and Mark Biggs has been appointed dean of the School of Science.

Kathryn Moore, professor of landscape architecture at Birmingham City University, has been elected president of the International Federation for Landscape Architects.

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