Oxford Martin School seeks new leader for its second decade

25 September 2015

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After 10 years as the founding Director of the Oxford Martin School, Professor Ian Goldin will be stepping down in September 2016 as Director, continuing as the Oxford University Professor of Globalisation and Development and remaining associated with the School.

The University has now initiated a search for his successor as Director, to lead the School into its second decade. The Director must be a dynamic leader with exceptional drive, who can successfully shape and deliver the research strategy, lead a highly diverse academic community, and further develop the UK and international profile of the School.

Further details can be found here

The Oxford Martin School invests in research that cuts across disciplines to tackle a wide range of issues such as climate change, disease and inequality. It supports novel, high risk and multidisciplinary research that may not fit within conventional funding channels. It invests in innovative research to produce results that could dramatically improve the wellbeing of this and future generations.