Higher education appointments

May 18, 2001

University of Surrey

Angela Kane
has been appointed head of the department of dance studies from September 1.

Lectureships

J. Clark
, former PhD student at Reading University, school of electronics, computing and mathematics;

O. Kyriakidou
, former PhD student, school of management studies for the service sector;

J. Johnson-Jones
, formerly tutor in dance studies, school of performing arts.

Part-time lectureships

J. Walker
, former staff tutor, school of educational studies;

J. Jackson
, former tutor, school of performing arts. Administrative/academic-related posts

Administrative/academic-related posts

Web development officer: K. Kennaugh , marketing and public affairs;

Computer systems development officer: R. Krishna , school of electronics, computing and mathematics;

Programmes administration officer: J. Jovazi and S. Couter , European institute of health and medical studies;

Assistant university security adviser: B. Jakeman;

Careers adviser at Farnborough College: S. Coutts;

R. Lane
, researcher officer for the Robens Centre, European institute of health and medical sciences;

P. Flagkas
, research officer in the school of electronics, computing and mathematics;

S. Appleton
, assistant registrar.


Goldsmiths College, University of London

Pro-Warden: Simon McVeigh , professor and former Head of Music Department, has been appointed as pro-warden (research) to succeed Professor Chris Jenks, from 1 September 2001 for three years.

New appointments Victor Burgin , Millard Chair, from 1 January 2001.

Debbie Epstein
, chair in educational studies, from 1 May 2001.

Robert Zimmer
, chair in computing science/information systems,from 1 January 2001.

Appointments to Personal Chairs, with effect from March 2001

Diane Waller , unit of psychotherapeutic studies, PACE, personal chair in art therapy.

Clive Seale
, sociology department, personal chair in sociology.


Appointments to Readerships, from March 2001

Kate Lowe , historical and cultural studies department

Barnett Jerome Sokol
, English department


Royal Northern College of Music

Ronald Woodley
, currently Leverhulme research fellow at the University of Lancaster, has been appointed head of postgraduate studies and research.

Martin Harlow
, senior lecturer and assistant course director at Birmingham Conservatoire, has been appointed head of undergraduate studies.


Elder Conservatoire of Music

Charles Bodman Rae
, director of studies at the Royal Northern College of Music, has been appointed director of the Elder Conservatoire at the University of Adelaide.


International Society for Asphalt Pavements

Professor Stephen Brown head of school of civil engineering, University of Nottingham has recently been appointed as chairman of the ISAP. This learned society was formed in 1987 and is responsible for promoting research and technology transfer on all aspects of roads, runways and other paved areas which are wholly or partly constructed with asphalt.

 

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