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The ANU brings word that Vice-Chancellor Ian Chubb will be leaving the uni next year after more than a decade leading it up the world rankings.
“Professor Chubb has invigorated ANU, made the most of its exceptional research strengths, and extended those riches to all students, making the educational experience at ANU a unique one,” Professor Evans said.
“He has fulfilled the high expectations of the ANU founders, to make ANU a place to “advance the cause of learning and research … and take its rightful place among the great universities of the world,” and has enriched the relationship with the Commonwealth, making ANU a national institution of which all Australians can be proud.
The release has a long list of his acheivements.
Start your engines in the jockeying to replace him.