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March 16, 2007

* Cambridge University has appointed: Frank Kelly , professor of mathematics of systems, master of Christ's College, succeeding Malcolm Bowie; Christopher Dobson , professor in chemical and structural biology and a fellow of the Royal Society, master of St John's College, succeeding Richard Perham on his retirement in September 2007; Jeremy Baumberg , director of nanoscience, nanotechnology and nanomaterials at Southampton University, professor of experimental physics at the Cavendish Laboratory; and Patrick Stewart , known for his role in the X-Men Hollywood films, Cameron Mackintosh visiting professor of contemporarytheatre.

* University College London has appointed Sandy Shandro , head of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's restructuring and insolvency group, dean of the Faculty of Law.

* The Higher Education Academy has appointed Rob Cuthbert , professor and deputy vice-chancellor at the University of the West of England, a senior associate for 2006-07.

* Lancaster University has appointed Anne Garden director of its Centre for Medical Educa-tion.

* Nottingham Trent University has appointed Keith Gaines , senior litigation partner at Lovells law firm and a member of the International Bar Association, dean of the Law School.

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