Marshall retires after pivotal QMU stint

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THE vice-principal of Queen Margaret University has retired after more than two decades at the university.

Rosalyn Marshall will be best remembered for leading the university’s Re:Locate project, which saw the former QMU 
College move from an ageing estate at Corstorphine, and several smaller sites in Edinburgh, to a single purpose-built campus in 
Musselburgh.

This work was acknowledged with a First Class Honours Award in the People and Planet 
Green League 2012, which recognises environmental performance. QMU principal Petra Wend said: “Rosalyn’s clear vision for the university and her 
gift for seeing opportunities have, amongst her 
other outstanding abilities, contributed greatly to QMU’s success.

“She will be very much missed.”