University Vice Chancellor steps down

The University of Lincoln’s Vice Chancellor has completed his last day in the job after 9 successful years at the post.

David Chiddick (61)  had originally said he would finish his job when he turned 6o, but then decided to stay a little longer.

He has stated that he is very proud of what everbody in the University has achieved during his tenure.

“I am glad to have appointed some excellent staff who have taken everone forward and turned the place into a world class University.”

Professor Mary Stewart will be taking over the post and Mr Chiddick feels that with her at the helm, the University can continue to fulfill its potential.

For full David Chiddick interview click below