The University is pleased to announce that Professor Ann Caesar has been appointed to the role of Alumni Ambassador following the end of her term as Pro-Vice-Chancellor (50th Anniversary).
As Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Ann led on a number of key strategic projects for the University which included a successful QAA audit and an instrumental role in planning an exciting and distinctive programme of activities for Warwick’s approaching 50th anniversary.
In her role as Warwick’s first Pro-Vice-Chancellor with responsibility for alumni relations, Ann made significant progress working with External Affairs and academic departments to develop and deliver Warwick’s alumni engagement strategy in the UK and internationally.
As Alumni Ambassador, Ann will continue this important work. Her primary responsibility will be to provide academic leadership for the development of Warwick’s global alumni community, working closely with the Director of Communications, Development and External Affairs in developing institutional and departmental alumni relations strategies. She will also provide a senior academic contribution to the Retired Staff Association.
Alongside her role as Alumni Ambassador, Professor Ann Caesar will continue to undertake her substantive role in the Department of Italian where she teaches and researches in the areas of nineteenth- and twentieth-century narrative, Literary Modernism, the History of Women's Reading and the Nobel Prize winning Italian writer Luigi Pirandello.