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Susanna Pettersson and Colin Whitehouse to continue as Board members

The term is three years and will begin 1 January 2017.

Museum Director Susanna Pettersson and Professor Colin Whitehouse were re-nominated to the Aalto University Board for the term 1 January 2017–31 December 2019. The matter was decided by Aalto University Academic Affairs Committee. Both members were in turn to retire 31.12.2016.

Susanna Pettersson is working as the Museum Director of the Ateneum art museum and has been a Aalto University Board member since 1 March 2014. Colin Whitehouse works as a visiting professor at the University of Birmingham and as a consultant of research strategy and open innovation, and he joined the Aalto University Board 1 January 2013.

Members of the Aalto University Board are:

  • Professor of Practice Anne Brunila (chair)
  • Professor Bengt Holmström
  • President of the Finnish Innovation Fund Mikko Kosonen
  • Professor Saku Mantere
  • Professor Liqiu Meng
  • Director Susanna Pettersson and

  • Professor Colin Whitehouse. 


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