UWS Appoints New Dean of the School of Media, Culture and Society
Posted 27th June 2018
Following a national search Dixon Walter, working with the University of the West of Scotland, are pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Dominic Elliott as the new Dean of the University’s School of Media, Culture and Society. We wish him every success in his new role!
The University of the West of Scotland (UWS) has announced the appointment of Professor Dominic Elliott as the new Dean of the University’s School of Media, Culture and Society.
Professor Elliott, who takes up the post on 1 July 2018, brings with him extensive senior leadership experience, most recently as Dean (Interim) at the University of Liverpool’s School of the Arts, as well as previously holding the positions of Interim Director of the University of Liverpool’s Management School and Associate Dean (Education) of the Management School.
Prior to joining the University of Liverpool in 2002, Professor Elliott was a Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management at the University of Sheffield. From 1991 until 1999, he held a number of academic posts at De Montfort University.
During his time at the University of Liverpool, Professor Elliott played a leading role in establishing a thriving Management School, achieving AACSB accreditation and entering the top 100 global rankings for MBAs.
He has long standing research interests in organisational learning from crisis and failure, in contexts as diverse as football stadia disasters, the finance sector and child protection.
I am excited to have this opportunity to work with colleagues at UWS, within a truly value driven university.
Professor Dominic Elliott, Dean of the School of Media, Culture and Society
Commenting on his appointment Professor Elliott said: “I am excited to have this opportunity to work with colleagues at UWS, within a truly value driven university. I am passionate that academic research be concerned with making a difference to practice. It is clear that much of the UWS School of Media, Culture and Society’s work is focused upon making a real impact, upon our local, national and international communities. The diversity of research and teaching within the School places us well to maintain a fertile environment for students and staff to thrive.”
I am confident that he will make a hugely important impact on the continued success and development of the School.
Professor Craig Mahoney, Principal and Vice Chancellor of UWS
Professor Craig Mahoney, Principal and Vice Chancellor of UWS, said: “I am thrilled that Dominic will be joining UWS in such an important role and with a track record of strong, pragmatic leadership and a personal approach.”
(Original article sourced from https://www.uws.ac.uk/news/uws-appoints-new-dean-of-the-school-of-media-culture-and-society/)
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