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New Pro Vice-Chancellor for Victoria University

Victoria University Vice-Chancellor Professor Stuart McCutcheon today announced the appointment of a new Pro Vice-Chancellor to join the University’s senior management team.
“I am delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Pat Walsh as Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Commerce & Administration. Pat will succeed Professor Neil Quigley when he completes his term as PVC and Dean at the end of the year.”
“Pat brings to the position considerable experience as the successful Head of one of our largest Schools and as Acting PVC/Dean, and very strong research credentials which will be important as we move into a funding environment increasingly driven by research performance.”
As PVC, Professor Walsh becomes a member of the University’s senior management team reporting directly to the Vice-Chancellor and is the line manager to whom the Heads of the schools of accounting & commercial law, economics & finance, information management, marketing & international business and the Victoria Management School report.
As Dean of Commerce & Administration, Professor Walsh will be responsible for the academic programmes in the Faculty of Commerce and Administration, chairing the Faculty Board and managing the enrolment staff.

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