sub-dean


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sub-dean

An academic title, which differs according to country and institution, for a person who answers to a dean of an institution of higher learning.
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It will be officiated by Reverend Desmond Jaddoo of the Justice4Daz Campaign and The Reverend Dr David Stone Precentor and Sub-Dean of Coventry Cathedral.
The results are equally surprising for us," Dr Suneela Garg, project officer and sub-dean at MAMC told MAIL TODAY.
He was also founder sub-dean for the Newcastle University regional medical school, which includes medical students training at the University Hospital of North Durham.
Also recognised were Catriona Williams, chief executive of Children in Wales, a and Professor Malcolm Lewis, sub-dean and director of general practice education at Cardiff University,y who were both appointed OBEs.
The exhibition is open for all to attend from tonight at 7pm with an official opening by Canon Michael Rawson, sub-Dean of Wakefield Cathedral.
He went on to become sub-dean of Coventry, and most recently Dean of Liverpool.
Brett Maguire of Worcester, director of music at Wesley United Methodist Church, Worcester, was elected sub-dean.
He travelled Wales recruiting and training clinical teachers in general practice and became regional adviser and sub-dean of postgraduate studies at the University of Wales College of Medicine.
Canon Welby spent the past five years as sub-dean at Coventry where as a director of its International Centre for Reconciliation he travelled abroad mediating in disputes.
Canon Paul Denby, the Sub-Dean of the Cathedral, said: "This will be a very uplifting service.
The Reverend Canon Robert Wright, Sub-Dean at Westminster Abbey, will lead the service.
Leading the service will be the Reverend Canon Robert Wright, Sub-Dean at Westminster Abbey.