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Three women appointed to UNE executive

Three women have been appointed to top executive positions at the University of New England. They are: Professor Annabelle Duncan (pictured) as DVC (research); Kim Cull as chief governance and planning officer; and Professor Jennie Shaw as PVC and dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Duncan comes to UNE from La Trobe University where she was executive director of the Science Collaboration and Transition Centre of Agricultural Bioscience. She was previously deputy director and COO of ‘Bio 21’ Institute at the University of Melbourne. Cull has held senior executive positions in the NSW Premier’s Department and more recently the Department of Planning. Shaw, formerly associate dean and head of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, is currently head of UNE’s School of Arts, and is founding director of the Arts New England Centre for Research and Innovation in the Arts.

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