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Faculty of Science and Engineering launches new two-School structure

01 Aug 2019

Today, 1 August, marks a significant milestone for FSE as they officially launch their new two-School structure with the previous nine Schools becoming Departments

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The School of Engineering comprises the Departments of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering.  Sitting under the School of Natural Sciences are the Departments of Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Materials, Physics and Astronomy.

The Heads of School were appointed at the end of last year; Alice Larkin was appointed to the role of Vice Dean and Head of School for the School of Engineering and Chris Hardacre as Vice Dean and Head of School for the School of Natural Sciences. 

The insight of staff members within FSE has been crucial throughout the review and their experience has helped to shape many of the new structures and processes.  

To find out more about the new Schools and structures, please read our restructure brochure