May 2nd, 2014
Head of the Department of Archaelogy promoted
Professor Mark Pearce, Head of the Department of Archaeology, has been promoted to a personal chair, with effect from next academic year.
Professor Pearce has been with the Department since 1995 and his promotion reflects his achievements over many years in research, teaching and administration at the University.
Entrepreneurship professor to help shape ideas
The Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is further expanding its expertise thanks to the appointment of entrepreneurship expert Professor Dawn DeTienne.
Professor DeTienne is based at the University of Colorado and will be contributing to the Institute — which is part of Nottingham University Business School — through her role as visiting professor.
In this role, Prof DeTienne will help with undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, assist PhD students in developing their research, deliver seminar presentations to staff, students and the public and work with early career researchers to advise upon publication strategies.
Susan Marlow, Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Haydn Green Institute, said: “Dawn is recognised as leading researcher in the entrepreneurship field, she is a field editor of one of the leading US journals in the entrepreneurship field, is extensively published in US and European journals and has an extensive record of working collaboratively with early career researchers.”
Increasing numbers of University academics are writing for The Conversation, a website providing an independent source of news and views, sourced from the academic and research community and delivered direct to the public.
The 60 Nottingham articles published so far have had more than 175,000 readers, both on the Conversation website and where republished by other sources (more than 70% of articles are republished by other media). Colleagues contributing pieces in recent weeks include Phil Cowley, Katharine Adeney, Tuong-Thuy Vu and Adam Swain.
Working with journalists at The Conversation, academics are encouraged to engage with news and current affairs in real time, providing a reliable and valuable resource for both the public and other media. Articles are cross-promoted through University of Nottingham channels to increase audience reach.
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Professor Sarah Dromgoole elected as a Fellow
Professor Sarah Dromgoole, Chair in Maritime Law at the University, has been elected as a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
To qualify for election as a Fellow, a person needs to be ‘excelling in the knowledge of the antiquities and history of this and other nations’.
This election recognises Professor Dromgoole’s work relating to underwater cultural heritage.
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