Higher education appointments

June 8, 2001

University of Leeds

Roger Gair
has been appointed to the post of University Secretary. He was previously the University Deputy Secretary.

Andrew Parkinson
has been appointed to the new post of Academic Registrar. He previously held the post of Director of the Departmental Support Unit.


London University's Institute of Education


Dr Louise Morley
has had the title reader of education conferred on her.


Rotterdam School of Management


Dr. Gail Whiteman
has joined the RSM as Program Manager of two master programs. Following a 10 year career in marketing she earned her Ph.D. in Organization Behavior and Marketing at Queen's University, School of Business, Canada in 1999. In the last three years, Dr. Whiteman has conducted research in the social and environmental responsibility of transnational organizations with a particular focus on corporate activities in developing countries.

As of June 1, Rodney K. Goins joined RSM as Manager IT Services. In addition to managing the IT department, he will develop information management and knowledge management expertise at the RSM. Until recently, he worked as director of information technology at Martinus Nijhoff International in The Netherlands where he was responsible for the development and implementation of new electronic products and services.


University of Melbourne

Rob Moulds
, associate professor and clinical dean of the university's Western Hospital Clinical school, has been appointed inaugural clinical dean of the university's Rural Clinical School based in Shepparton.

 

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