Reporter 455, 25 September 2000
Two appointments to Pro-Vice-Chancellor have been made following the departure of Lynne Brindley to take up the post of chief executive of the British Library. Professor David Hogg has taken over Ms Brindley’s Communications and IT portfolio. Professor Hogg, who holds the chair of Artificial Intelligence in the School of Computer Studies (and is a former head of the School), will serve as a P-V-C on a half-time basis for three years.
Dr Harry Lewis was appointed as Pro-Vice-Chancellor without portfolio. Dr Lewis, a senior lecturer in the School of Philosophy (which he formerly headed), will serve on a half-time basis for two years.
See further information in a memo sent out by the Secretariat
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