Pro Vice-Chancellor, College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
Professor George Boyne is Pro Vice-Chancellor, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and Professor of Public Sector Management.
Professor Boyne is responsible for the overall management and leadership of the College. He plays a key role in setting the strategy and direction of the College and in promoting the development of learning and teaching and research excellence. As Pro Vice-Chancellor, Professor Boyne is also a member of the University Executive Board.
He has published eight books and over 140 articles in academic journals.
Professor Boyne's main research interest is the explanation and evaluation of organisational performance in the public sector. He has investigated the influence of organisational strategy, structure and processes on public service outputs and outcomes. His current work includes the effects of administrative intensity on public organisations, and models of causality in public management research.
The College consists of 10 Schools:
- Geography and Planning
- English, Communication and Philosophy
- History, Archaeology and Religion
- Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies
- Law (including department of Politics)
- Modern Languages
- Social Sciences
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