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Leeds Trinity University welcomes new Vice Chancellor

Professor Margaret House
Leeds Trinity is pleased to welcome Professor Margaret House as its new Vice Chancellor. 

Professor House took up her post on 2 January 2013, joining Leeds Trinity University from Middlesex University where she was Deputy Vice-Chancellor with responsibility for academic strategy, as well as being the Executive lead on the student experience and employability. Professor House has gained a national and international reputation for her research in the area of water quality management and in particular for the development of the House Index of Water Quality.

Professor House joins the University at an exciting period in its development, after it was granted full university status in December 2012.

Commenting on her new role, Professor House commented:

“I am delighted to have joined Leeds Trinity University as its new Vice Chancellor. I am looking forward to working with students and colleagues to further advance the reputation and standing of the institution and ensure our on-going financial sustainability. It’s particularly exciting to join the university just after it has been granted full university status, which will no doubt bring with it a number of advantages and opportunities.” 

On behalf of everyone at Leeds Trinity University, we wish Professor House a very warm welcome, and looking forward to working with her.

Professor House succeeds Professor Bridge, Leeds Trinity University’s former Vice Chancellor who retired in December 2012. Professor Bridge led the university for over 6 years, during which she led on many developments for the university including its recent award of full university status.

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