Vice-Principals go from campus to canvas

Vice-Principals go from campus to canvas

Portraits of three of the University's female Vice-Principals were unveiled on Wednesday (28th March)

The portraits are of Professor Margaret Ross, Vice-Principal for People Strategy; Professor Claire Wallace, former Vice-Principal for Research and Knowledge Exchange and current Chair in Sociology; and Professor Neva Haites, Vice-Principal for Development.

They were painted by Dundee-based artist Maggie Milne who has exhibited widely in galleries throughout the UK, including the National Portrait Gallery, the Mall galleries, the County Hall Gallery in London, the Royal Glasgow institute and the Royal Scottish Academy.

The portraits were commissioned to celebrate the achievements of these three women and address the gender balance of the portraits around campus.

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