Professor Janice Kay, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education)
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education)
Professor Janice Kay
Janice Kay has been Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Exeter since August 2004. She has strategic responsibility for Education and the Student Experience, from Admissions and Outreach to Employment and Graduate Development. This includes staff development, notably postgraduate programmes in academic practice and the successful ASPIRE Continued Professional Development scheme. She also line manages the University of Exeter Medical School and the College of Humanities. For six years, she chaired the 1994 Group Student Experience Policy Group. She is a Board member of the HE Academy; a Trustee of Eduserv; a Director of the South West Peninsula Academic Health Science Network; Director and Chair of the Board of the South Devon University Technical College; on the Board of the Ted Wragg Trust/Cranbook School and on the Board for the Exeter College Maths School. She is a Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychology, first appointed to Exeter through a Wellcome Trust University Lectureship. Her research, funded most recently by ESRC as well as Wellcome and MRC, is concerned with theoretical modelling, assessment and rehabilitation of disorders of perception, speech, language and memory.
Contact: Jo Engelbach-Sayer (Executive PA)