The loss of Tim Clark as Pro Rector (Educational Quality) was one of Lord Oxburgh's biggest errors. Prof Clark (yes, Mr Kewl, a medic) was described by me during my time at ICU as THE student champion at Imperial College. That he is returning to South Kensington, and heading up the admissions team is indeed good news. I suggest Sen Ganesh make an appointment to meet the man as soon as possible.
1988 - St Mary's Hospital Medical School merges with ICST, forming Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
1990 - Professor Tim Clark becomes Dean of the National Heart and Lung Institute (NHLI), a postgraduate associate of the University of London
1995 - the NHLI merges with St. Mary's Hospital Medical School, forming the Imperial College School of Medicine at each site. Prof Clark becomes Deputy Principal of ICSM.
1997 - Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School and the Royal Postgraduate Medical School merge with ICSM at NHLI and ICSM at St. Mary's to form ICSM. Prof Clark becomes Pro Rector (Educational Quality)
2000 - Wye College merges with ICSTM. Prof Clark appointed Provost of Imperial at Wye.
2001 - New Rector, New College. Position of Provost abolished; Prof Clark returns to South Ken as Pro Rector (Admissions)