On the move...

March 31, 2006

* University College London has appointed Sally MacDonald director of UCL Museums and Collections.

* Dame Jean Thomas , professor of macromolecular biochemistry at Cambridge University, has been elected the first female master of St Catharine's College, Cambridge.

* Bath University's School of Management has appointed: Brett Martin , associate professor of marketing at the University of Auckland, professor of marketing; Avi Shankar , previously senior lecturer at Exeter University, senior lecturer in marketing; and Michael Mayer , former reader at Edinburgh University's School of Management, professor of strategic management.

* Southampton University Statistical Sciences Research Institute's new director is Sue Lewis , professor of statistics.

* Plymouth University has appointed Peter John , former dean of the faculty of education and pro vice-chancellor of education, deputy vice-chancellor.

* Pete Cooper , director of finance at Dundee University, has been appointed chair of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy's Further and Higher Education Panel.

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