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Prof Ahluwalia re-appointed as USP Vice Chancellor and will resume work from Samoa today

Prof Ahluwalia re-appointed as USP Vice Chancellor and will resume work from Samoa today

By Shanil Singh
Sunday 08/08/2021
Professor Pal Ahluwalia. [Photo: University of Portsmouth]

The University of the South Pacific has announced the re-appointment of Professor Pal Ahluwalia as its Vice-Chancellor and President who will resume on a three-year term from today.

Professor Ahluwalia will be based at the USP Samoa Campus.

He was re-selected to this position by the USP Council who had agreed to offer Professor Ahluwalia a new contract following their meeting on 2nd June, 2021.

USP says they are delighted that Professor Ahluwalia has agreed to commit for another term and they are looking forward to working with him as he takes up office.

Before joining the University, Professor Ahluwalia held leadership positions at the University of Portsmouth in the United Kingdom and at the University of South Australia respectively.

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