Members & Representatives

104 universities have so far committed to support the aims of the CARA Scholars at Risk UK Universities Network. To ensure institutional ownership, Network membership is established through the university’s senior management with the endorsement of the Vice Chancellor. Universities wishing to join the Network should write to Stephen Wordsworth, CARA Executive Director, for more details.  When they join, they will be asked to provide the name and contact details of one or more senior faculty members to represent the institution on the Network and be responsible for the dissemination of Network material within the university; and provide an undertaking to actively consider a future hosting of a refugee academic or scholar at risk.

University Network Members as of 27/03/2015 
University of Aberdeen, Professor Neva Haites OBE (Vice-Principal for Development)
Abertay University, Professor Steve Olivier (Vice-Principal & Deputy Vice-Chancellor)
University of the Arts London, Mr Stephen Marshall (University Registrar and Secretary)
Aston University, Professor Phil Mizen (Head of Sociology and Policy) 
University of Bath, Professor Colin Grant (Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Internationalisation)
Bath Spa University, Dr Julia Paulson, (Lecturer in Education Studies)
University of Bedfordshire, Ms Jenny Jenkin (Registrar) 
Birkbeck College, Professor Matthew Weait (Pro Vice Master, Academic Partnerships) 
University of Birmingham, Professor Paul Jackson (Director International Development Dept.) 
University of Bournemouth, Professor Tiantian Zhang (Head of Graduate School)
University of Brighton, Ms Helen Tatch (Equality and Diversity Advisor)
University of Bristol, Professor Nick Lieven (Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education)
Brunel University, Ms Jane Drysdale (Director of Human Resources)
University of Buckingham, Professor Geoffrey Alderman (Sub-Dean of Humanities and Prof of Politics & Contemporary History)
University of Cambridge, Mrs Anne Lonsdale (Deputy High Steward, University of Cambridge)
Canterbury Christ Church University, Professor Adrian Holliday (Professor of Applied Linguistics and Head of the Graduate School and Research Office)
Cardiff University/Prifysgol Caerdydd, Mrs Susan Midha (Director of Leadership & Training, HR Department)
University of Central Lancashire, Ms Lynne Livesey (Pro Vice Chancellor & Head of Lancashire Law)
Central School of Speech and Drama, Representative to be announced
University of Chester, Dr Lesley Cooke (Dean of Students)
University of Chichester, Reverend John Dane (Chaplain)
City & Guilds of London Art School, Mr Magnus von Wistinghausen (Deputy Director)
City University, Professor Ken Grattan (Dean of the City Graduate School)
University College London, Dame Nicola Brewer (Vice Provost International)
Courtauld Institute of Art, Professor Deborah Swallow (Director)
University of Cumbria, Dr Sue Lee (Associate Dean Registration Programmes)
University of Dundee, Professor Karl Leydecker (Vice Principal, Learning and Teaching)
University of Durham, Mrs Sharne Procter (Director of International Office)
University of East London, Representative to be announced.
University of Edinburgh, Professor Mary Bownes (Vice Principal, Widening Participation); Prof Carole Hillenbrand, (Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies); Robert Lawrie (Head of Scholarships & Finance) 
University of Essex, Professor Rainer Schulze (Director Human Rights Centre)
University of Exeter, Mr Andrew Johnson (Assistant Director, Policy and Reward)
University of Glasgow, Professor Alison Phipps (Professor of Languages and Intercultural Studies); Dr Benjamin Thomas White (Lecturer in History)
Glasgow Caledonian University, Mr Stephen Holt (Head of GCU London) 
The Glasgow School of Art, Ms Kirsty Hendry (Student Engagement Co-ordinator)
Glyndŵr University, Professor Michael Scott (Vice Chancellor)
Goldsmiths, University of London, Ms Lucinda Parr (Executive Officer)
Goodenough College, Mr Roger Llewellyn (Dean)
University of Greenwich, Professor Tom Barnes (Deputy Vice Chancellor responsible for Research & Enterprise) 
Heythrop College, University of London, Michael Holman SJ (Principal)
Heriot Watt University, Ms Anne Marie Dalton (Secretary of the University)
University of Hertfordshire, Professor John Senior (Pro Vice Chancellor, Research)
University of Huddersfield, Ms Jenny Grainger (Director of Marketing and Communications)
Imperial College, London, Professor Maggie Dallman (Associate Provost (Academic Partnerships))
Institute of Education Professor Paul Morris (Professor of Education)
University of Kent , Dr Rachel Forrester-Jones (Reader in Health, Community and Social Care)
Keele University, Professor Trevor MacMillan (Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost)
King’s College London, Dr Joanna Newman MBE, Vice-Principal (International)
Kingston University, Professor Barbara Pierscionek (Associate Dean, Research and Enterprise)
University of Lancaster, Professor Steve Bradley (Economics)
University of Leeds, Linda Mortimer-Pine (Deputy HR Director)
Leeds Beckett University, Dr John Willott, (Research Manager in the International Faculty)
University of Leicester, Professor Mark Thompson (Senior Pro Vice Chancellor)
University of Lincoln, Dr Terence Karran (Senior Academic in Teaching and Learning Research) 
University of Liverpool, Ms Christine Bateman (Head of International Development) 
Liverpool Hope University, Professor Bill Chambers, Pro Vice Chancellor Emeritus (Student Support and Well-being, Dean's Office)
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Dr Susan Assinder (Director of Education).
University of London, Professor Roger Kain (Dean and Chief Executive of the School of Advanced Study)
London Business School, Dr Rosemary Vipond (Director of Academic Affairs) 
London School of Economics, Ms Zoe Gillard (Manager, Centre for the Study of Human Rights)
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Dr Cathy Zimmerman (Senior Lecturer, Gender, Violence and Health)
London Metropolitan University, Professor John Gabriel (Head of Department of Sociology and Applied Social Studies)
London South Bank University, Dr Phil Cardew (Pro Vice Chancellor, Academic)
Loughborough University, Mr David Chapman (International Officer)
University of Manchester, Ms Joanne Jacobs (Senior International Officer)
Manchester Metropolitan University, Dr Sharon Handley (Pro Vice Chancellor, European Collaborations)
Middlesex University, Professor Kevin McDonald (Professor of Sociology and Head of Department of Criminology and Sociology)
Newcastle University, Professor Barry Hirst (Dean of Postgraduate Studies)
Newman University, Professor Peter Childs (Pro Vice Chancellor Research and Scholarship)
University of Northampton, Dr Waleed Montasser (Lecturer, School of Science and Technology)
University of Nottingham, Professor Dominic McGoldrick  (Professor International Human Rights Law)
Open University, Professor Tim Blackman (Pro Vice Chancellor Research, Scholarship and Quality)
University of Oxford, Ms Ruth Kinahan (Personnel Officer), Dr. Stephen Goss  (Personnel and Equality)
Oxford Brookes University, Professor Anne-Marie Kilday (Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences)
Plymouth University, Professor David Coslett (Deputy Vice Chancellor)
University of Portsmouth, Professor Pal Ahluwalia (Pro Vice-Chancellor), Mr Peter Brook (Director, Human Resources)
Queen Mary, University of London, Representative to be announced. 
Queen Margaret University, Professor Alan Gilloran (Vice Principal, Academic)
Queen's University of Belfast, Professor Tony Gallagher (Pro-Vice Chancellor, Professor of Education)
University of Reading, Mr Vincenzo Raimo (Pro Vice Chancellor, International Engagement)
Regent's University, Professor Aldwyn Cooper (Vice Chancellor)
University of Roehampton, Dr Michele Lamb (Head of Social Sciences) 
Royal Holloway, University of London, Professor Bob O'Keefe (Vice Principal External Engagement & Dean of Mathematics and Economics)
University of Salford, Ms Suryia Nayak (Full Member, Research Centre)
University of Sheffield, Ms Amy Jones (External Relations Manager)
SOAS, University of London, Professor Anne Pauwels (Dean of Faculty of Languages & Culture)
University of Southampton, Professor William Powrie (Dean of Faculty of Engineering and the Environment)
Southampton Solent University, Professor Mike Wilkinson (Deputy Vice Chancellor)
Staffordshire University, Dr Steve Williams (Director of Academic Policy and Development) 
University of Strathclyde Professor Scott MacGregor (Vice Principal)
University of Stirling, Ms Rachel Winzer (Senior Policy, Planning and Governance Officer)
University of St Andrews, Professor Lorna Milne (Vice Principal for Learning and Teaching) 
University of Sunderland, Reverend Chris Howson (Chaplain)
University of Surrey, Professor Vincent C Emery FSB (Pro Vice-Chancellor International Relations and Professor of Translational Virology)
University of Sussex , Dr Mike Collyer (Senior Lecturer in Geography) 
University of Ulster, Professor Richard Barnett (Vice Chancellor)
University of Warwick, Professor Richard Aldrich (Director of the Institute of Advanced Studies)
University of the West of England, Dr Christien van den Anker (Lecturer, Centre for Study of Global Ethics); Mr Brian Allen (Head of Contracts) 
University of the West of Scotland, Prof Paul Martin (Interim Depute Principal)
University of Winchester, Ms Terri Sandison (Director of Lifelong Learning)
University of Wolverhampton, Ms Jackie Dunne (Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Access and Lifelong Learning)
University of Worcester, Dr Heather Forland (Pro Vice-Chancellor International)
University of York, Dr Jane Grenville (Deputy-Vice-Chancellor and Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Students).
York St John University, Professor Julian Stern (Dean of Education & Theology)