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Professor Jane Longmore
MA, PGCE, PhD, FRHistS, FHA, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
023 8201 3475 ext. 3475
Role at Solent
Jane Longmore joined Southampton Solent University in November 2007, and was appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) in January 2010 with responsibility for learning, teaching, research and innovation. She is Professor of Urban History and is currently editing a British Academy-funded study of eighteenth-century Liverpool.
Jane has worked in a wide range of universities across nearly three decades, holding roles in both teaching and academic management. She pursues her interest in pedagogy at a national level through involvement with the Higher Education Academy and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, most recently as a member of the Expert Group advising on the development of the Teaching Excellence Framework.
Jane studied history at the University of Oxford.
PGCE, University of Durham.
PhD, University of Reading.
Fellow Royal Historical Society.
Honorary Fellowship Historical Association.
Trustee: Solent Sport in the Community.
Trustee: Solent University's Maritime Trust Fund.
Chair of Standards Committee: Barton Peveril College.
Director: University Vocational Awards Council.
Director: UK College of Business and Computing.