Professor Sir David Greenaway — share your memories

September 6th, 2017

On 30 September 2017, Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir David Greenaway retires having served the University for 30 years.

During the next few weeks we’ll be welcoming your memories of working or studying with Sir David.

There’ll be a number of ways you can get involved and share your thoughts. Firstly, you can visit the new online memory book, which is now available on the University’s website.

Hard copy memory books can also be found around the University, allowing colleagues to add their comments.

These books will be found in the following locations:

University Park

  • David Ouchterlonie – Campaign Alumni Relations Office, Pope Building, Ground Floor
  • Trent Reception, Trent Building
  • Pauline Stapleton, B89 in Medical School, Medical School Faculty Office

Jubilee Campus

  • Reception of the University of Nottingham Business School

Sutton Bonington

  • Veterinary School Reception
  • School of Biosciences, PA to Head of School Office, Main Building, Room A4

Kings Meadow Campus

  • Kings Meadow Reception

There will not be any hard copy books at Derby and City Hospital sites however all colleagues from this site are invited to add thoughts to the online version if they cannot access a hard copy book.

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