University nominates Professor Louise Richardson as first female Vice-Chancellor

Professor Louise Richardson has been nominated to succeed Andrew Hamilton as Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University. Professor Richardson currently serves as Principal and Vice-Chancellor at St Andrew’s, and if her nomination is approved, Richardson will be the first female Vice-Chancellor of the University. Richardson has headed St. Andrews University since 2009, the latest position in an illustrious […]

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Andrew Hamilton to resign in December

Andrew Hamilton, Oxford University’s current Vice-Chancellor, will leave in December in order to take the Presidency of New York University. Hamilton has been in his job since 2009, making him the second longest serving Vice-Chancellor of the modern era. Whilst the University has already announced that Professor Hamilton will leave, it previously stated that he will complete […]

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Happy Vice Chancellor’s Day?

By midday on 12th January 2015, Oxford University’s Vice Chancellor, Andrew Hamilton, will have earned as much money as the university’s lowest-paid full-time employee earns in a whole year. Hamilton’s annual salary including pensions (£434,000) leaves him earning about £1,189 a day, meaning it would only take him around 12 days to earn the baseline […]

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