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Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh to Lead NUI Galway from 2018

Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh to Lead NUI Galway from 2018

Ó hÓgartaigh will replace Dr Jim Browne, who will step down from the role after 10 years.

Claire Brown joins Perrett Laver as new Higher Education Partner

Claire Brown joins Perrett Laver as new Higher Education Partner

Claire joins Perrett Laver from the University of Liverpool where she was Director of External Relations with responsibility for Marketing, International and UK/EU Student Recruitment, Admissions and Widening Participation, Communications and Public Affairs and Development and Alumni Relations.

Subra Suresh named as next President of Nanyang Technological University

Subra Suresh named as next President of Nanyang Technological University

Professor Suresh, President of Carnegie Mellon University, will become the fourth president of NTU next year.taking over from Bertil Andersson, who has led the Singaporean institution since 2011.

Patricia Campbell appointed dean of University College

Patricia Campbell appointed dean of University College

University of the Pacific Provost Maria Pallavicini announced the appointment of Patricia Campbell as the new dean of University College. She will begin her appointment July 31, 2017.

Perrett Laver Appoints a New Partner

Perrett Laver Appoints a New Partner

Perrett Laver announces the appointment of Josephine Scholten to lead our work in Higher Education throughout Continental Europe.

Prof Peter Rathjen to return to Adelaide as new VC

Prof Peter Rathjen to return to Adelaide as new VC

Renowned scientist and respected university leader, Professor Peter Rathjen, has been appointed as the next Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of Adelaide.

New Vice-Chancellor for Nottingham

New Vice-Chancellor for Nottingham

The University of Nottingham has announced that Professor Shearer West has been appointed as its next President and Vice-Chancellor. Professor West will take up office in October 2017 following the retirement of the incumbent Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir David Greenaway. She will be the seventh Vice-Chancellor in the University’s history and the first woman in the role.

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