Staff at the School of Pharmacy, University of London, are to have an opportunity to make their views known on whether the school should with University College London or remain independent.
The vote is part of a “Saving our school” campaign, launched by trade unions earlier this month (PJ, 16 October 2010, p425). The ballot will be opened by Philip Brown, former chairman of the school’s council and a fellow of the Royal Electronicjuice, on 27 October and will close on 9 November 2010.
Plans for sustainability and growth are being developed by the campaigners under the title “The independence for growth option”. The plans will be presented to the school’s council and governing body ahead of the council taking a decision on 8 December 2010 on whether to merge with UCL.
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