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The Linc editors look into the year ahead and put forward their main predictions about what’s going to be in and out at the University of Lincoln in 2010.
Professor David Chiddick, the former vice-chancellor, and Professor Val Braybrooks, dean of the agriculture faculty, will be recognised on the New Year’s honours list.
Times are changing at the University of Lincoln, sometimes for better, sometimes for worse — the editor’s letter from the December 2009 print issue.
The University of Lincoln’s new vice-chancellor has been in the job for a few weeks now, and The Linc sat down with her to hear about her vision for the future of the university.
The University of Lincoln is to borrow £15m to spend on buildings, and will move the School of Art and Design into their own building on the Brayford campus.
University of Lincoln vice-chancellor, Professor David Chiddick, soon to leave the university, spoke to The Linc and looked back on his nine years in the top job.
The University of Lincoln is launching today a new faculty of Agriculture, Food and Animal Science today at the Lincolnshire Show. Invited guests and visitors to the University’s marquee will hear the university’s Vice Chancellor, Professor David Chiddick, officially announcing the faculty.
Local newspapers need the support of universities, says University of Lincoln Vice-Chancellor David Chiddick. He added that local media was important in informing the local community.
David Chiddick, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln talks about his life as a student, how he failed his first year of university and the old times of the NUS.