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What does VD stand for?

VD stands for Vice-Dean

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Guest speakers included Dr Hardy Yong Xiang vice-dean of the Institute for Cultural Industries at Beijing University, and Dr Lucy Montgomery, research fellow at Queensland University.
Professor Yvonne Carter, vice-dean of the Warwick Medical School and Nick Stokes, the head of development for Age Concern, have been given the posts at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust.
The Cray SX-6 system is ideal for the large-scale calculations we need to make to advance our science, and we are excited about the opportunities it makes available to do innovative and ground-breaking studies," says Pekka Sinervo, professor of physics and vice-dean, Research Infrastructure and Graduate Education in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
Although John Bargrave's name may not be recognized by most readers, this somewhat obscure mid-seventeenth-century Kentish gentleman, traveler, and vice-Dean of Canterbury Cathedral has warranted a book-length study of his life almost by historical accident: Bargrave's Cabinet of Curiosities, assembled during his Cromwellian-era travels on the continent, remains one of the few such collections to have survived largely intact.