College of Physical Sciences and Engineering

My first six months

Posted on 8 November 2017 by Rudolf Allemann

During my first months as Pro Vice-Chancellor, College of Physical Sciences and Engineering, I have visited all of our seven Schools and enjoyed speaking to colleagues and students, as well as being shown research and teaching facilities. I am impressed by the many cutting-edge developments in our Schools. As the new academic year takes hold,
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Celebrating our excellence in architecture

Posted on 29 June 2017 by Rudolf Allemann

As Pro Vice-Chancellor it is important to me to have regular contact with colleagues and students across the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering, and visits to each of our seven Schools are planned over the next few months. Over recent weeks I’ve made a number of visits to the Welsh School of Architecture. I
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My first thirty days

Posted on 16 May 2017 by Rudolf Allemann

On 3 April I took up post as Pro Vice-Chancellor of the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering, with just two weeks to transfer from my previous role as Head of the School of Chemistry. The first thirty days have been a learning curve – I have met with many colleagues, discovered committees I didn’t
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Building partnerships with India

Posted on 16 November 2016 by Nora de Leeuw

Professor Nora de Leeuw, Pro Vice-Chancellor, International and Europe with Vice-Chancellor of BITS Pilani, Professor Souvik Bhattacharyya – 05 November 2016 The Indian higher education system is set to face an unprecedented transformation over the coming decade, with tens of millions of new university places required to meet the needs of the fast growing young
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