Alec Cameron

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Alec Cameron
Professor Alec Cameron has been appointed vice-chancellor of Aston University in the UK. He takes up the position in September 2016, succeeding the Baroness Brown of Cambridge Julia King.
Professor Cameron was appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Education, at the University of Western Australia in 2013, where he is responsible for the University’s education mission, the UWA student experience, the provision of academic support services, as well as distance learning and online strategies. Prior to this he was the foundation Dean of the Australian School of Business at UNSW Australia and President of the Australian Business Deans Council.
He has also held senior positions in the IT and Telecoms industries, including Sun Microsystems, Alcatel and Telstra.
A Rhodes Scholar, Professor Cameron holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with First Class Honours. He also holds a University Medal from the University of Sydney, a Doctor of Philosophy degree in robotics from Oxford University, and a Master of Science degree in the Management of Technology from Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU).
In December 2012, The Professor Alec Cameron Prize for Excellence was established at UNSW in honour of his significant contribution to the institution and community.

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