New horizons for Deputy Registrar Stephen Dudderidge

August 2nd, 2016

Stephen Dudderidge, Deputy Registrar, will be leaving the University in October to take up the post of Registrar and Secretary at the University of Brighton.

Stephen has served the University in many roles over a period exceeding 22 years, most recently as Deputy Registrar, where he has led a wide range of campus life activities and major enabling services for students, as well as having responsibility for a range of governance-related matters, incident management, and external relationships connected with student life.

Before re-joining the Registrar’s Department in 2008 as Director of Student Operations and Support, Stephen worked in a number of schools and central professional services – English, Community Health Sciences, Admissions – making him a very well-known and much-liked and respected figure around the University.

He also studied here as an undergraduate, graduating with a degree in History and Politics in 1992.

With all his knowledge, experience, connections and calm unflappable attitude, Stephen will leave a big gap in professional services.

Registrar Paul Greatrix said “We will miss Stephen enormously. He has played a key role at the centre of University life for many years and has led the way in service innovation, student engagement and support as well as managing outstanding campus relations. He is a terrific colleague and friend to many of us and has been an outstanding Deputy to me. I know he will make an exceptionally good job of being Registrar at the University of Brighton and I am sure we will all want to wish him the best of success in that role.”

There will be an opportunity to say farewell to Stephen in the autumn.

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