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The Vice-Principal

Return to List of Officers of the University

In 1972, Court Resolution 168 made provision for the office of Vice-Principal. This office was created in response to the ever-growing administrative pressures on the Principal although from 1969 to 1970 a Principal's Assessor undertook many of the duties now associated with Vice-Principals.

Vice-Principals must be appointed from among the Senate and serve for a period of three years which may be renewed at the discretion of the Court. The duties and responsibilities of the Vice-Principals are assigned by the Principal. A Vice-Principal may deputise for the Principal as president of the Senate. The Clerk of Senate also holds status equivalent to a Vice-Principal.

2015 - Roibeard O Maolalaigh
2014 - Muffy Calder
2014 - Miles Padgett
2014 - Jon Cooper
2014 - James Conroy
2012 - John Briggs
2010 - John Chapman
2010 - Dame Anna Dominiczak
2010 - Murray Pittock
2010 - Anne Anderson
2009 - Frank Coton
2008 - Graham Caie
2007 - Neal Juster
2006 - John Coggins
2005 - Steven P Beaumont
2004 - Sir Anton Muscatelli
2004 - Andrea Nolan
2002 - Andrew Nash
2001 - Robin Leake
2000 - Christopher Morris

2000

1999 - Malcolm McLeod
1998 - Ron Emanuel
1997 - Peter Holmes
1997 - David Green
1996 - Richard Trainor
1995 - Drummond Bone
1991 - Andrew Skinner
1991 - Arthur Allison
1991 - Sir James Armour
1988 - John Gillespie
1987 - Martin Smellie
1986 - Sir Michael Bond
1985 - Alfred Lawson Brown
1983 - John Gillespie
1982 - Sir Laurie Hunter
1981 - David Flint
1980 - William Mulligan
1979 - Allen Potter
1977 - John Lamb
1976 - Rodney Hirst
1972 - Sir John Currie Gunn

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