The University of Glasgow has appointed Professor Jo Gill as Vice-Principal and Head of the College of Arts. Professor Gill will join UofG from the University of Exeter and succeeds Professor Roibeard (Robby) Ó Maolalaigh, who will step down from the post in July. She is joining the University’s College of Arts at an exciting time for Glasgow’s cultural and creative industries. The city has gained an international reputation as a creative innovation leader and cultural powerhouse.
The Haileybury Society is delighted to learn that Mary-Clare Startin (Alb & H 89) has been appointed Vice Principal & Head of Senior School at the prestigious St. George's British International School in Rome.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has appointed Benjamin Piper as its new director of global education. He will be based in the foundation’s Ethiopia office.
Birmingham City University has announced that experienced architect and educator Dr Matthew Jones has been appointed as its new Head of School for Architecture and Design.
Newswise — Daniel J. Zarin has been named the Wildlife Conservation Society’s first Executive Director of Forests and Climate Change to lead the organization’s work emphasizing forests as a key nature-based solution to the climate crisis. Zarin is a scientist and global thought-leader who has been focused on addressing the climate crisis for more than 30 years. He is well positioned to lead WCS’s strategy to protect and grow the role of the world’s forests as critical natural infrastructure for climate change mitigation and adaptation, for biodiversity, and for the livelihoods of hundreds of millions of people.
Taunton School has appointed Jack Clark as the new Foundation and Alumni Director. The role of the foundation is to engage a global community of Old Tauntonians, parents and friends to support children at Taunton School by raising funds for bursaries and capital projects. Jack currently holds the role of Development Director at Emmauel School in Claphan, London where he has overseen the number of donor funded means-tested bursaries quadruple and significant growth in alumni participation.
THE new junior school head at Notting Hill & Ealing High School is Kate Bevan, who will succeed the retiring Silvana Silva in September. With 17 years’ experience in primary education, Ms Bevan will lead the direction of Notting Hill & Ealing’s junior school, which was the Sunday Times Prep School of the Year in 2018.
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