Higher education appointments

December 8, 2000

University of Surrey

The following appointments have been announced:

Tom Bridges , professor, has been appointed as head of mathematics for 3 years from October 1.

Michael Kipps , professor, has been appointed part-time academic development co-ordinator of the federal university and senior member for the University of Surrey.

R.G. Hornung , former dean and director of postgraduate general practice education, South Thames Region, has been appointed professor of medical education for a fixed term of 2 years.

S.J. West , formerly PhD student, has been appointed lecturer in software systems.

R.B. Hoyle , former associate, McKinsey & Co., has received a foundation lectureship in mathematics.

A.R. Hippisley , former EPSRC research fellow, has been appointed lecturer in knowledge management.

J.M. Brown has been promoted to a personal chair in the department of psychology.

A. Watson , former lecturer at Middlesex Business School, has been appointed lecturer in retailing.

E. Richards , has been appointed as administrative officer in the vice chancellor's office.

A.J. Barton , former procurement and contracts manager, has been appointed as head of procurement.

R. Hall , has been appointed as head of library services.

T. Hussain , former IT account manager in Essex, has been appointed as trainee support analyst.

I. Carruthers , has been appointed as finance manager.

C. Bradshaw , former systems manager, has been appointed as computing officer (support).

S. Beard , former occupational health adviser for Unigate, is now adviser with the European Institute of Health and Medical Sciences

A. Short , has been appointed instructional design assistant in the European management school.

E. Clarke , has been appointed as administrative officer with business support services.

T. Baldwin
, formerly development officer, is now administrative officer in the secretariat.

L. Boniface , former visiting lecturer, has been appointed as materials research co-ordinator.

A. Newman , former financial controller in Leatherhead, has been appointed as finance administrator in the school of biomedical and life sciences.

New tutors:

C. West
, school of educational studies

N. Pansari
, European institute of health and medical sciences.

S. Michelotti , former associate tutor, now tutor in the school of language, law and International studies.

New research staff:

School of mechanical and materials engineering : D. Grigoriadis , former research scientist in Greece; D. Kerr ; C. Guardino .

School of language, law and international studies : C. Tiberius .

European institute of health and medial sciences : A Cronin .

School of electronic engineering, information technology and mathematics : N. Mustapha , former research fellow at the University of Birmingham; M. Mbabele .

School of engineering in the environment : M. Mavroulidou ; P. Zong ; S. Gouveris ; M. Farkalioti .

HPRU : S. Howland , former research nurse; H. Chaffe , former staff nurse in Tadworth.

School of human sciences : J. Murray .

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