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Cambridge physicist becomes provost of Imperial College

James Stirling, head of the physics department at the University of Cambridge, will become the first provost of Imperial College London next August.

The appointment follows changes to Imperial’s governance structure, which divided the leadership of the institution into two roles: a provost and a “president & rector”, who is yet to be announced. The two appointees will replace Imperial’s current rector, Keith O’Nions, who retires at the end of 2013.

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