- Holland gets the nod. // People Management;11/06/97, Vol. 3 Issue 22, p12
Reports that Geoffrey Holland, vice-chancellor of the University of Exeter of England, was endorsed as president-elect of the Institute of Personnel and Development.
- Nicole Hollander: 'Sylvia' cartoonist gets animated. NAIR, YASMIN // Windy City Times;1/5/2011, Vol. 26 Issue 14, p16
An interview with cartoonist Nicole Hollander is presented.
- Kaupapa MÄori: Shifting the social. // New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies;2012, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p21
An interview with Sir Mason Durie, a retired professor of MÄori Research and Development and assistant vice-chancellor at Massey University, is presented. He presents an overview of the emergence of kaupapa MÄri. He reflects on the significant influence of kaupapa MÄari on New Zealand...
- People and posts. Littlefield, David // People Management;5/15/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p10
Focuses on staff movements at the Institute of Personnel & Development (IPD). Nomination of Sir Geoffrey Holland as president of the IPD from October 1998; Nominees for vice-presidential posts; Selection of Sir Anthony Cleaver as the next president of the Involvement and Participation.
- The Bloodstained Throne: A Sir Geoffrey Mappestone Mystery. Vicarel, Jo Ann // Library Journal;Oct2010, Vol. 135 Issue 16, p60
A review of the book "The Bloodstained Throne: A Sir Geoffrey Mappestone Mystery," by Simon Beaufort, is presented.
- DISH. // Gay & Lesbian Times;8/14/2008, Issue 1077, p42
An interview with lawyer Geoffrey Stout regarding his favorite lunch spot is presented.
- Cholera and conflict: 19th century cholera in Britain and its social consequences. Steere-Williams, Jacob // Medical History;Oct2010, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p545
A review of the book "Cholera & Conflict: 19th Century Cholera in Britain & Its Social Consequences," edited by Michael Holland, Geoffrey Gill, and Sean Burrell is presented.
- Trials of a vice-chancellor. Rae, Ian D. // Chemistry in Australia;Mar2014, p41
The article talks about Raymond Priestley who is the University of Melbourne's first full-time, paid Vice-Chancellor. Priestley is the focus of the book "The Diary of a Vice-Chancellor" edited by historian Ron Ridley. The diary recounts a March 1935 lunch at the Lyceum Club where he met a number...
- Director Agnieszka Holland Enlightens Viewers on 'In Darkness' GIL, BILLY // Home Media Magazine;5/14/2012, Vol. 34 Issue 19, p12
An interview with Agnieszka Holland, director of the film "In Darkness," is presented.