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Professor Martin Williams has been appointed the role of Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education) in addition to his post in the Engineering Science Department.

Martin is David Clarke Fellow in Engineering and a Tutorial Fellow at New College. He received BSc and PhD degrees from Bristol University and worked as a structural design engineer before joining Oxford's Engineering Science Department in 1989. He is a Fellow of both of the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Institution of Structural Engineers.

Martin brings to the role many years of experience across the collegiate university. He served on Council for four years, and as Senior Proctor 2009-2010, as well as Chair of the Committee for the Proctors Office since 2015. He is currently Associate Head of the MPLS Division and previously served as Deputy Head of the Department of Engineering Science. In New College he was Sub Warden 2007-8 and Senior Tutor 1995-99.

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