Vice Chancellor

  • (noun): A deputy or assistant to someone bearing the title of chancellor.

Some articles on vice chancellor, chancellor, vice:

The Tiger And The Horse
... presumed to be Oxford) who is the primary candidate for the Vice Chancellor-ship after the current Vice Chancellor, Hugo Slate, retires the position ... though it will ruin his chances of becoming Vice Chancellor ...
Lisa Rossbacher - Vice Chancellor of The University System of Georgia
... During the summer of 2007, Rossbacher was invited by Chancellor Erroll B ... Davis of the University System of Georgia to serve as interim Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer when the position became vacant ... she return to SPSU as president once they found a permanent Vice Chancellor ...
Lingam Suryanarayana
... of Andhra and Guntur Medical Colleges and Vice Chancellor of NTR University of Health Sciences ... capabilities took him the post of Pro Vice Chancellor of Andhra Pradesh University of Health Sciences in 1987 and later became Vice Chancellor on 22 ... As Vice chancellor he visited Japan, USA, Canada, Geneva and Bangkok as a WHO participant ...
Islamic University Of Technology - Organization - Administrative Structure
... The secretary general of OIC or his representative and the vice chancellor of the university become members of this board by their status ... deal, between meetings of the board, with any matter that may be referred to it by the vice chancellor or that may be delegated by the board ... by the Governing Board) and the Vice Chancellor of IUT as general member ...
List Of People From Tamil Nadu - Scholars - Academicians
... Arcot Ramasamy Mudaliar, mayor of Madras (1928–30), vice chancellor of University of Kerala (1951–61), Travancore A ... of the Madras Medical College and longest-serving vice chancellor of the University of Madras V ... Formerly vice-chancellor of Anna University, IGNOU and Tamil Virtual University ...

Famous quotes containing the words chancellor and/or vice:

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