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NEWBIGGING, David (Kennedy) (born 1934), Member, Senior Advisory Board, Academic Partnerships Group, since 2015; Chairman, Academic Partnerships International (London), and Director, Academic Partnerships (Dallas), 2012–15

CHAMBERS, Andrew David (born 1943), consultant in board practice and in internal auditing; Academic Director, FTMS Global, since 2014

BOURNE, Kenneth (1930 - 1992), Professor of International History, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London, since 1976 (Vice-Chairman, Academic Board, 1985–88)

HUNTER, Thomas (Alexander) (1876 - 1953), Hon. Fellow British Psychological Society; Principal Emeritus, Victoria University College (Principal, 1938–51), retired 1951; Chairman, New Zealand Council for Educational Research since 1934; member Academic Board, 1929–51, Chairman, 1948–51; member Entrance Board, 1929–51, Chairman, 1948–50

JOHNSTONE, Robert J. (1872 - 1938), MP Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, since 1921; Professor of Gynecology, Queen’s University, Belfast, 1920–37, Professor Emeritus since 1937; Gynecologist, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast; Chairman, Royal Maternity Hospital, Belfast; Chairman, Board of Governors, Royal Academical Institution, Belfast

DAUBE, David (1909 - 1999), Director of the Robbins Hebraic and Roman Law Collections and Professor-in-Residence at the School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, 1970–81, Emeritus Professor of Law, since 1981; Emeritus Regius Professor, Oxford University, since 1970; Member, Academic Board, Institute of Jewish Affairs, London, since 1953

 

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A committee of staff and managers in a university or college which meets regularly for the purpose of regulating and monitoring the academic affairs of the institution. Staff members are usually nominated and elected by their peers, although such a board will normally include some co-opted members.

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