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The Head of the Catholic Digby Stuart College at the University of Roehampton, Suzy Harris, has given up her post after two years in the job.
Professor Harris remains at the university as director of the Research Centre in Beliefs, Rights and Values in Education in its Department of Education. A spokeswoman for Roehampton University told The Tablet: “Professor Suzy Harris stood down as Head of Digby Stuart College in November 2013 to return full time to her role within the School of Education. Suzy worked tirelessly on behalf of Digby Stuart’s staff and students in her two years as Head of the College."
"As well as her work supporting individual students, Suzy built a full calendar of events complementing Digby Stuart traditions and introduced popular innovations such as reviving the tradition of college scarves and badges.”
Professor Harris has been succeeded as Head of College by Jackie Brown from the university’s Department of Social Sciences.