An introduction to Glasgow given by Neal Juster on Day 1 of the Glasgow study tour in 2016.

Each annual conference is preceded or followed by a Study Tour hosted by a top global university. Study Tours, available to members only, are two-day visits to a peer university to explore its strategic areas of research, strength and teaching expertise while soaking up the culture of the city.

In 2016 Glasgow hosted the study tour, as part of the 2016 Dublin Conference.

An introduction to Glasgow was given by Neal Juster, Senior Vice-Principal and Deputy Vice Chancellor (Office of the Vice Principals).

Neal also presented slides on ‘Developing a University Strategy’, revealing insight learned from Univeristy of Glasgow’s experience.

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Glasgow Study Tour 2016: Day 1 - Introduction to Glasgow - Neal Juster

Glasgow Study Tour 2016: Day 1 - Inspiring People, Changing the World - Neal Juster

Neal Juster joined the University of Glasgow as the Vice-Principal (Strategy and Resources) in August 2007 and was appointed to the position of Senior Vice-Principal and Deputy Vice Chancellor in July 2013.  In addition to deputizing for the Principal in his absence, Neal’s primary responsibilities are: to lead the development and implementation of the University’s quinquennial strategic plan; and to lead the annual planning cycle.

Immediately prior to appointment to the University of Glasgow Neal was Pro Vice-Principal at the University of Strathclyde (2006-7). Other academic appointments include Dean of the Faculty of Engineering (2002-6) and Head of Department in the Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (1997-2002), University of Strathclyde and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds (1988-97).

Neal received his BSc and PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Leeds and is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). He is a member, and past Chair, of the IMechE Academic Standards Committee, the committee responsible for accrediting relevant undergraduate degree programmes.

(Bio taken from the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce)

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