A TEAM of four new senior staff have taken up their new jobs at the University of Huddersfield.
Prof Mike Page is new Pro Vice-Chancellor (resources) and Prof Sue Frost is the Pro-Vice Chancellor covering academic affairs.
Tim Boatswain has been appointed as the Pro-Vice Chancellor of external affairs, while Sue Bernhauser has been appointed as the dean of the School of Human and Health Sciences.
Mr Page, who has a doctorate in chemistry, started at Huddersfield in 1972 and has occupied every academic grade in the University and is credited with helping science survive and thrive unlike at some other former polytechnics.
He has also served on a number of national committees including the Royal Society of Chemistry's Education and Qualification Board.
Ms Frost, an award winning nurse, came to Huddersfield in 1997 to take the role of dean of Human and Health Sciences.
Previously she had been appointed to the English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Healthvisiting as the national director for Adult and Children's Nursing Education.
Mr Boatswain has taken up his new post after carrying out the same role at Luton University.
The former history, archaeology and social anthropology scholar, is a fellow of the Royal Numismatic Society, which is involved in the study of coins and also the Royal Anthropological Society.
Ms Bernhauser has come to Huddersfield from Brighton, where she spent 14 years as head of the Institute of Nursing and Midwifery and also the last six years as the assistant dean of the Faculty of Health at the University of Brighton.