Efficient corporate services are key part of Vision for 2020, says Carole Mainstone
20 August 2014
Discussing the University’s Vision for 2020 and the continuing need for evolution and daily operations to function as one, Carole Mainstone explains her role as Registrar and Secretary, the importance of keeping the University’ Corporate Services separate from Academia, and offers some advice to other higher education institutions.
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