Professor Andrea Nolan

Andrea Nolan

Andrea is Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Edinburgh Napier University. She graduated as a veterinary surgeon from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, and after a short time in veterinary practice, embarked on an academic career which led to her appointment as a lecturer and then Professor in Veterinary Pharmacology in the University of Glasgow. Her senior leadership in Glasgow developed from 1999 – 2013 through roles as Dean, Vice Principal and Senior Vice Principal. During the 1990s, Andrea established herself as a research leader in the field of animal pain, its recognition and management. She is currently convenor of Universities Scotland and serves on a range of Boards and groups contributing to the development of Higher Education. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, a Fellow of the Royal Agricultural Societies and was awarded an Honorary OBE in 2013 for services to Higher Education and Veterinary Science. Andrea joined the UCEA Board in September 2013.
 
Session
Andrea will be contibuting to Bargaining Developments: balancing institutional autonomy with government and political agendas on Tuesday 9 July with Dr Michael J. Mahon, President and Vice Chancellor, University of Lethbridge and Chair, Board of Directors, Universities Canada. The session will be chaired by Dr Thomas Chase, Provost and Vice-President (Academic), University of Regina and Chair, CAUBO/FBS Management Committee.
 
Synopsis
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