Reporter 456, 9 October 2000
To all members of Senate and Council
Pro-vice-cancellarial responsibilities, 2000-01
This note summarises - for the information of heads of resource centres, heads of departments, other members of Senate and members of Council - the disposition of pro-vice-cancellarial responsibilities for 2000-01.
Professor John Macklin
John Macklin is Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Learning and Teaching, and in that capacity chairs the Learning and Teaching Board and the Graduate Board. His other responsibilities include links with the colleges, widening access and international development, including the World Wide Universities Network (WWUN). The Quality Management and Enhancement Unit, the Flexible Learning Development Unit and the Skills and Employability Unit report to him (as currently do the European Office, the International Office, OPTED and the Physical Education Service).
Professor Macklin is link pro-vice-chancellor for schools and departments in the Research School and Faculty of Arts - excluding the School of Modern Languages and Cultures - and the Research School and Faculty of Biological Sciences.
Professor Chris Taylor
As Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, Chris Taylor chairs the Research Board and oversees the work of the Research Support Unit. He chairs the Resource Centre Monitoring Committee, and the Life Long Learning Steering Group (and see also below).
Professor Taylor is link pro-vice-chancellor for schools and departments in the Research School and Faculty of Engineering – excluding the School of Mechanical Engineering – and the Research School and Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences.
Professor David Sugden
David Sugden chairs the Steering Group on the proposed merger with Bretton Hall (and is currently Acting Principal of the college). Although he is now sharing the portfolio with Dr Lewis (see below), Professor Sugden remains Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Staff, and chairs the Committee on Promotional Chairs and the Committee on Readerships.
Professor Sugden is link pro-vice-chancellor for schools and departments in the Research School and Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry, Psychology and Health – with the exception of the School of Psychology.
Professor David Hogg
As Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Communications and Information Technology, David Hogg chairs the Committee on Information Strategy, Systems and Services, maintaining an overview of the work of the academic services. His other responsibilities include co-ordination of the University’s Third Arm strategy, and the City and Regional Office reports to him accordingly.
Professor Hogg is link pro-vice-chancellor for schools and departments in the Research School and Faculty of Earth and the Environment, and also for the School of Mechanical Engineering.
Dr Harry Lewis
Although without a titular portfolio, many of Harry Lewis’s responsibilities lie in the staffing area: he chairs the Staff Committee, the Committee on Senior Lectureships, the Equal Opportunities Committee, and he serves on the three the joint committees between the University and the recognised trade unions (chairing two of them). In addition, he chairs the Health and Safety Committee, and, in the Life Long Learning area, has a special developmental responsibility for LLL opportunities in the city and region.
Dr Lewis is link pro-vice-chancellor for schools and departments in the Research School and Faculty of Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences, and also for the School of Psychology and the School of Modern Languages and Cultures.
Link departmental responsibilities
A full list of the pro-vice-chancellors’ link departmental responsibilities is appended for ease of reference.
J R GAIR
6 October 2000
Pro-Vice-Chancellors’ Link Department Responsibilities
School of Civil Engineering
School of Computing
School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
School of Process, Environmental and Materials Engineering
School of Textile Industries
School of Mathematics
School of Physical Sciences
School of Chemistry
Department of Colour Chemistry
Procter Department of Food Science
Department of Physics & Astronomy
School of Earth Sciences
School of Geography
School of the Environment
Institute for Transport Studies
Information Systems Services
University Media Services
Leeds University Business School
School of Continuing Education
School of Education
School of Social Sciences and Law
Institute of Communications Studies
Department of Arabic & Middle Eastern Studies
Department of East Asian Studies
Department of French
Department of German
Department of Italian
Department of Linguistics & Phonetics
Department of Russian & Slavonic Studies
Department of Spanish & Portuguese
Research School & Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry, Psychology and Health (excluding Psychology)
School of Medicine
School of Dentistry
School of Healthcare Studies
Nuffield Institute for Health
Sub-Faculty of Arts
School of Classics
Department of Fine Art
Department of Music
School of Philosophy
Department of Theology & Religious Studies
School of English
School of History
School of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
School of Biology
School of Biomedical Sciences
6 October 2000
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