News / 2020

Alan Davey CBE Announced as New Chair of Governors

Alan Davey CBE Announced as New Chair of Governors

Davey replaces Dr Geoffrey Copland CBE, who has been Chair since the Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC MP stepped down in September 2019.

London Met welcomes Dr Elizabeth Opara as Head of Human Sciences

London Met welcomes Dr Elizabeth Opara as Head of Human Sciences

Dr Opara joins London Met from Kingston University with an ambitious vision for the future of the School.

Professor Kevin Singh has been appointed as the new Head of Manchester School of Architecture

Professor Kevin Singh has been appointed as the new Head of Manchester School of Architecture

Professor Singh is a chartered architect with a 25-year career in higher education. Most recently he was Head of the Birmingham School of Architecture and Design at Birmingham City University.

CUHK Appoints Dean of the Faculty of Science

CUHK Appoints Dean of the Faculty of Science

The Council of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) has approved the appointment of Professor Chunshan Song as Dean of the Faculty of Science for five years from mid-July 2020.

IPPF announces new Board of Trustees

IPPF announces new Board of Trustees

The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) has brought-in historic changes to its governance and structure after transforming itself through a year-long reform process.

University of Sussex appoints new Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise)

University of Sussex appoints new Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise)

The University has appointed internationally renowned cell biologist Professor Keith Jones as its next Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise).

Wendy Taylor joins Jhpiego as VP for technical leadership and innovation

Wendy Taylor joins Jhpiego as VP for technical leadership and innovation

Wendy Taylor, a solutions-driven innovator and leader in business-minded approaches in health, has joined Jhpiego as vice president for technical leadership and innovation.

Preferred candidate chosen for the role of Executive Chair of the Arts and Humanities Research Council

Preferred candidate chosen for the role of Executive Chair of the Arts and Humanities Research Council

Professor Christopher Smith has been selected as the Government’s preferred candidate to be the new Executive Chair of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), replacing Professor Andrew Thompson in September.

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