Professor Karen Cox - Deputy Vice-Chancellor

You are invited to attend Professor Karen Cox’s leaving event

June 9th, 2017

A message on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir David Greenaway.

Dear Colleagues,

As you will be aware, Professor Karen Cox, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, will be leaving our University at the end of this academic session to take up the post of Vice-Chancellor at the University of Kent.

To recognise Karen’s invaluable contribution to our University over more than 20 years, I will be hosting a farewell reception for her on Monday 10 July 2017, from 14.00-16.00 in the Senate Chamber, Trent Building, University Park.

I would like to invite you to join me and other senior colleagues to formally thank Karen and wish her well in her new role. Please contact by Friday 30 June 2017 to confirm your attendance.

I would be grateful if you could forward on this invitation to other colleagues who have worked closely with Karen.

If you would like to sign a book of messages for Karen, these will be at the following locations from 12-30 June 2017:

  • University Park (Trent Building Reception, open 08.30-16.30)
  • School of Health Sciences (Linda Allsop, A Floor, South Block Link, QMC)
  • KMC (Main Building Reception, open 08.00-17.00)
  • Jubilee Campus (Yang Fujia Building, Office of Global Engagement Reception (formerly the International Office), open 09.00-16.30)
  • Sutton Bonington (Main Building Reception, open 07.00-16.00)

If you would like to make a contribution, Karen has asked that these be donated to the Student Hardship Fund. You can make a donation via the Just Giving site Alternatively, there will be a collection box on the Executive Office Reception (Trent Building) where you can visit in person.

Should you have any queries, please contact

Best wishes,

Professor Sir David Greenaway

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One Comment

June 15th, 2017 at 1:25 am

Emilia Kukula

Are UNNC and UNMC colleagues given opportunity to sign a book of messages?

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