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What does DVCE stand for?

DVCE stands for Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education) (Australia)

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New members of the Advisory Council are: Professor Attila Brungs, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research), University of Technology Sydney Dr Leigh Farrell, Vice President, Business Development, Biota Holdings Ltd Professor Sandra Harding, Vice-Chancellor and President, James Cook University Professor Suzanne Miller, Director, South Australian Museum Professor Sue Thomas, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research), Charles Sturt University Professor Aidan Byrne will remain Chair of the Advisory Council, as the Chief Executive Officer of the ARC.
Professor Cliff Hardcastle, chairman of Darlington Cares and deputy vice chancellor (research and business engagement) for Teesside University says: "By combining the volunteering resources and skills of members we can match these to the community projects where they will have the highest impact.
Deputy vice chancellor Peter Slee said there could be some "tricky" decisions to be made, particularly regarding the possible lift of the cap on tuition fees which could see students facing a rise in costs from pounds 3,250 to at least pounds 7,000 - or possibly higher.
During the Bush administration, the government had denied or revoked dozens of visas for foreign artists, writers, and scholars including Habib (a political analyst and deputy vice chancellor at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa) and Ramadan (chair of contemporary Islamic studies at St.