- Deans Structure
Please see our Deans page.
- School Contacts
Kirsteen Watt, Accreditation and Projects Manager
SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES:
Melanie McCann, School Administration Manager
SCHOOL OF DIVINITY, HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY:
Kate Smith, School Administrative Manager
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION:
Carol Hickman, School Administrative Manager
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING:
Joyce Clark, School Administrative Manager
SCHOOL OF GEOSCIENCES:
Ann Simpson, School Administrative Manager
SCHOOL OF LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, MUSIC AND VISUAL CULTURE:
Laura Bowie, Senior School Administrator
SCHOOL OF LAW:
Sarah Duncan, School Administrative Manager
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, MEDICAL SCIENCES AND NUTRITION:
Gwen Smith, School Business Manager
SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND COMPUTING SCIENCES
Julie Timms, School Administrative Manager
SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY
Rhona Moore, School Administrative Manager
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
Pam Thomson, School Administrative Manager
Lucy Leiper, Graduate School Manager
- Transnational Manager
Dr Stephen Hill is the University's Transnational Manager and is responsible for managing the development of major transnational education (TNE) projects such as overseas campuses and franchise operations.
He works with the Senior Vice-Principal and Vice-Principal Internationalisation to oversee the implementation of the TNE strand of the University's international strategy, leading the transformation of initial thoughts of strategic transnational opportunities into operational realities.
He maintains an overview of all relevant international projects and provides strategic and operational leadership in support of the Senior Vice-Principal and Vice-Principal Internationalisation, developing and maintaining close relationships with key stakeholders and partners internally and externally.
Dr Stephen Hill
- Vice-Principal (Education)
The Vice-Principal (Education), Professor Ruth Taylor, has responsibility for learning and teaching strategy and policy for undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes, and convenes the University Committee for Learning and Teaching. She has responsibility for strategy and policy for: quality assurance and enhancement, student experience and student support, student retention and progression, and widening participation.
Together with the convenor of the University’s Quality Assurance Committee, the Vice-Principal (Education) will review proposals and agreements for student-related partnerships such as accreditations, validations and joint degrees where these require approval by the University Committee for Learning and Teaching, and Senate.
Contact the Vice-Principal (Education)