On the move

November 3, 2000

The following have been appointed to chairs at the University of Bristol : Nigel Franks , professor of animal behaviour and ecology at the University of Bath, to the chair of biological sciences; Rosemary Deem , professor of education research at the University of Lancaster; and Angela McFarlane , director of the college centre for research in educational IT, to chairs in education; Philip Mellor , reader in the department of electronic and electrical engineering, University of Sheffield, to the chair in electrical engineering; David Hook , professor of Spanish and Spanish-American studies, King's College London, to the chair in Hispanic studies; Adam Tickell , former professor of geography at the University of Southampton, to the chair in human geography; Kelvyn Jones , professor of geography, University of Portsmouth, to the chair in human quantitative geography; Anthony Hollande , former reader in human metabolism and clinical biochemistry at the University of Sheffield, to the chair in tissue engineering.

Jan Snowball will head the school of health care at Oxford Brookes University .

Stephen Watson , dean of Lancaster University management school and principal designate of Henley Management College, is the new chair of the Association of Business Schools .

John Sime becomes director of research support and development at Imperial College , London, this month. Sir William Utting has taken over as chair of council at Goldsmiths College , University of London. John James , chief executive of Birmingham Forward, is to be director of the new Birmingham branch of the College of Law .

David McFarland , reader in animal behaviour and a tutor in psychology at Balliol College, Oxford, is to be professor of biological robotics at the University of the West of England .

Jagdish Gundara , head of the international centre for intercultural studies, Institute of Education , University of London, has had the title professor of education conferred on him.

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