Gillies for Caledonian

July 15, 2005

Pamela Gillies, pro vice-chancellor of Nottingham University, will become the new principal of Glasgow Caledonian University in March, succeeding Ian Johnston. Professor Gillies said: "Glasgow Caledonian has considerable research potential. My experience in one of the UK's strongest research universities will help us grow."

Professor Gillies, a public health specialist, said that Glasgow Caledonian had a range of research strengths, including health, psychology and biosciences, and had the largest business school in Scotland.

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