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Professor Graham Virgo has also been reappointed in his role as Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor.

Professor Graham Virgo has been reappointed Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education for two years from 1st October 2020. Graham, who is Professor of English Private Law in the Faculty of Law, has been Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education since 2014. As Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, he is leading an important and visionary programme of work to enhance the University’s educational provision, including a review of the size and shape of the University over the next 10 years, the strategic development of digital teaching and learning at Cambridge, provision for supporting student mental health and wellbeing and work relating to access and participation, including the development of a transition year programme. During the coronavirus crisis, he leads the University’s response on educational provision.

Additionally, his continuation in the role as Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor has also been confirmed. The Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor takes responsibility for leading and coordinating the work of the Pro-Vice-Chancellors. Graham has been in this role since July 2018.

The other Pro-Vice-Chancellors are: Professor Chris Abell (Research), Professor Eilís Ferran (Institutional and International Relations), Professor Andy Neely (Business and Enterprise Relations) and Professor David Cardwell (Strategy and Planning).

Published

02 June 2020