Professor Kim Dale has been appointed as Assistant Vice-Principal (International) for the University of Dundee.
Kim Dale is a Principal Investigator in the Division of Cell and Developmental Biology. Kim is well known to many staff for her work in the international field. This includes throught her roles at a School (as Associate Dean, International) and the University level (as Academic Lead for International activity in the ASEAN region). She is a visiting Professor at Taylor's University, Malaysia.
Speaking about the new role, Kim said, “I am absolutely delighted at having been appointed as the Assistant Vice-Principal (International). I am particularly excited by the opportunities that the role affords in helping to raise the profile and brand of the University.
“The creation of this new leadership role signals the investment and ambition of the University in growing our international student community through expanding our geographical footprint for open recruitment and through deepening and broadening our partnership portfolio. I am particularly looking forward to growing the team of academics engaged with our internationalisation strategy and to working closely in partnership with the fantastic recruitment, admissions, marketing and partnership teams we have in External Relations.”