Professor Andrew Edwards is Pro Vice-Chancellor (Welsh Language, Civic Engagement and Strategic Partnerships).
As Pro Vice-Chancellor, Andrew has strategic responsibility for Welsh language and culture, public engagement, the skills agenda, equality diversity and inclusion, health and wellbeing, maintaining and building civic engagement with local, regional and national partners and partnerships with local FE colleges and sixth forms.
Andrew joined Bangor University in 1994 as an undergraduate student in History. He was awarded an MA in Labour History in 1998 and completed his PhD here in 2002.
His first academic post was as a Lecturer in Modern History. He was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2011 and awarded a Bangor University Teaching Fellowship in 2012 for outstanding contribution to the teaching environment. He was awarded a Personal Chair in 2015. His research focuses on political change in Britain after 1945, the history of Welsh devolution and social change in post-war Wales.
Andrew is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and the Higher Education Academy.
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