Who's in, who's out?

November 19, 2004

Crichton campus. Ted Cowan will be Glasgow University's new head of operations at Scotland's first multi-institutional campus at Crichton.

Crichton, the estate of a former psychiatric hospital, houses Glasgow and Paisley universities, Bell College of Higher Education and Dumfries and Galloway College.

The professor of Scottish history at Glasgow succeeds Rex Taylor as director. He said: "My twin aims are to raise the excellent research profile of Crichton staff and the campus as a whole, while attracting more students."


Keith Glancey, head of Paisley University's Centre for Rural Enterprise. Former chief operating officer of a social work recruitment company.

Carole Naylor, researcher in Paisley's Centre for Rural Enterprise. Former senior lecturer in marketing at Leeds Metropolitan University.

Lizanne Henderson, lecturer in history, Glasgow University. Former history lecturer at Dundee University.

Donald McLeod, lecturer in heritage and tourism, Glasgow. Formerly tutorial fellow in social anthropology at Oxford University.

Anna Waugh, lecturer in mental health nursing, Bell College. Formerly a liaison mental health nurse in Yorkshire.

Carol Wilson, lecturer in adult nursing, Bell. Formerly head of nursing at an independent fertility and gynaecology unit.


Rex Taylor, director of Glasgow's Crichton campus and associate dean of the faculty of arts, is retiring.

Annette Morrison, Crichton campus manager for Bell College. Now a student pastor and candidate for the ministry of the Baptist Union.

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