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New Pro-Vice-Chancellor Role for Professor Andy Neely

last modified Feb 22, 2017 01:59 PM
Professor Andy Neely, the University of Cambridge's new Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Enterprise and Business Relations.

Congratulations to Professor Andy Neely, who has been appointed as the University of Cambridge's new Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Enterprise and Business Relations. Andy will be leading the University's strategy to enhance and develop its engagements and partnerships with industry and commerce, and the wider enterprise economy in the region. Professor Neely said:

“I am delighted to have been offered the role of Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise and Business Relations. Universities make a difference in the world through their research, education and engagement and I am looking forward to working with colleagues from across the University to help strengthen our relationships with large and small firms alike.”

Andy will remain the Founding Director of the Cambridge Service Alliance, and will work closely with newly appointed Deputy Director, Dr Mohamed Zaki, to continue the important work of the Alliance.

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