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Michael Kenny joins Cambridge as Professor of Public Policy

last modified Apr 25, 2017 03:47 PM

Professor Michael Kenny will be joining us as the new Professor of Public Policy from 1 June 2017.

Professor Kenny will head up the MPhil in Public Policy and will be joining up with colleagues across the Public Policy spectrum in Cambridge.

Professor Kenny has held positions at: at Queen’s University, Belfast; the University of Sheffield, where he was appointed Head of Politics; and Queen Mary University of London , where he was the inaugural Director of the Mile End Institute. He is currently a Visiting Fellow at the UCL’s Constitution Unit, he sits on the Leverhulme Trust’s Advisory Committee, and is co-director of the British Academy’s “Governing England” programme.

We're delighted to welcome Professor Kenny to the public policy team at Cambridge.

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