Posts tagged with ‘Pro-Vice-Chancellor’

Professor Hai-Sui Yu farewell reception

Professor Hai-Sui Yu, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Global Engagement and a Professor of Geotechnical Engineering, will be leaving our […]

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New Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Global Engagement appointed

The University Of Nottingham has appointed a new Pro-Vice Chancellor for Global Engagement. Professor Nick Miles […]

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Farewell and good luck to Professor Hai-Sui Yu

Professor Hai-Sui Yu has announced his departure from The University of Nottingham to take up a […]

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Introducing Professor Dame Jessica Corner

Professor Dame Jessica Corner says hello as she joins the University as Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and […]

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Cancer expert takes the research reins at Nottingham

Following a rigorous search, Professor Dame Jessica Corner has been appointed as Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and […]

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Goodbye and good luck to Professor Saul Tendler

Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir David Greenaway shares a message about the departure of Professor Saul Tendler. Professor […]

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International Women’s Day 2015 public lecture – Geographer without a roadmap

Professor Sarah O’Hara delivers an inspirational talk, presenting a different landscape of academic progression, entitled ‘Geographer without a Roadmap’. This International Women’s Day 2015 public lecture is presented by the School of Pharmacy.

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Recruitment of five Faculty Pro-Vice-Chancellors

The University is recruiting five Faculty Pro-Vice-Chancellors. These new roles arise from the University’s Global Strategy […]

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The next steps in equality

Twelve years ago, Professor Sarah O’Hara and her partner celebrated the birth of their first child. […]

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Making the switch…

A new power management service designed to cut the financial and environmental cost of wasted energy has saved around 50 tonnes of CO² a month since it was introduced in March.

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