Professor Craig Mahoney has held high roles at a number of universities
The College of Legislation (ULaw) has confirmed the appointment of Professor Craig Mahoney as its new vice-chancellor and chief government officer.
The training heavyweight joins ULaw from the College of the West of Scotland (UWS) the place he was principal and vice-chancellor for eight years.
The transfer sees him exchange professor Andrea Nollent who stepped down in August to take up the put up of chief academic officer of a portfolio of universities at ULaw’s father or mother firm, World College Methods.
The Australian-born academic holds undergraduate levels in chemistry and maths from the College of Tasmania as nicely as a PhD in psychology from Queen’s College, Belfast. He’s a chartered psychologist, an affiliate fellow of the British Psychological Society.
Previous to becoming a member of ULaw, Mahoney held senior management roles at UWE, Northumbria College, the College of Wolverhampton and the College of Tasmania.
He’ll be a part of the ULaw government board early subsequent 12 months and shall be liable for the academic, operational and industrial management of the legislation college.
Professor Mahoney commented: “I am honoured and delighted to have been appointed as The University of Law’s next vice-chancellor and chief executive pfficer. I look forward to building on the momentum and achievements that have been delivered under Professor Andrea Nollent’s leadership.”
“The University’s track record for learning and teaching excellence and commitment to the highest quality outcomes for its wonderful students is impressive and I look forward to collaborating with its community of gifted and dedicated colleagues to create and harness the exciting opportunities for continued excellence and growth that lie ahead.”
The legislation college big has made a variety of senior appointments this 12 months.
In March, Patrick Johnson was appointed to the function of director of equality, range and inclusion. He joined the legislation college from the College of Manchester. A number of weeks later it introduced that former Metropolis College technique chief Professor Zoe Radnor had joined its ranks as deputy vice-chancellor.