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Louise Hague appointed interim Teaching & Learning Dean

colour portrait photograph of Louise Hague

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Louise Hague, Associate Professor in the School of Law, to the position of Teaching & Learning Dean.

This interim six month vacancy arose following Professor Elizabeth McCrum’s appointment alongside Professor Julian Park as Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education). Louise will work alongside our four current T&L Deans (Clare Furneaux, Katja Strohfeldt, Orla Kennedy and Roger Gibbard) and will start her new role from 1 March.

Elizabeth McCrum said, “I am delighted to welcome Louise to the T&L Dean team. As School Director for Teaching & Learning, Louise helped to establish the ‘Student Experience Committee’ in the School of Law, among other excellent initiatives to improve student engagement. I look forward to working with her as we continue to focus on our key T&L projects in the areas of assessment & feedback, student voice, and learning resources.”

Louise said, “I am looking forward to joining the Teaching & Learning Deans and to using my experience as SDTL in this new role to continue to contribute to the enhancement of T&L across the University.”

Louise joined the School of Law in September 2007 after working for the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education (OIA), and took on the role of School Director for Teaching & Learning (SDTL) in 2018.

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