Goodbye and good luck to Professor Saul Tendler

March 31st, 2015

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

Professor Saul Tendler, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Research has been appointed to the post of Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of York, a role in which he will lead the implementation of York’s new strategy, academic planning and enhancing international links. This is excellent news for Saul. Saul has been at The University of Nottingham since 1988 and in that time has established a highly successful career as a research scientist. He has held a series of leadership positions including Head of School, PVC Teaching and Learning and PVC Research. In this most recent role, Saul led the development of the University’s new research strategy for 2020 and headed the University’s REF 2014 submission – a significant success, resulting in Nottingham achieving 8th position in research power. Saul has also led many initiatives at Nottingham, most recently in helping secure Government commitment to the £60m Midlands Energy Research Accelerator.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Saul for his commitment, loyalty and insight during his time at Nottingham, and wish him every success in his new role.

The search for a new Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange has commenced and in line with ongoing recruitment for the roles of Faculty Pro-Vice-Chancellor, will be handled by our recruitment consultants Perrett Laver.

Best wishes,

Professor Sir David Greenaway

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