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  • A pro-vice-chancellor or deputy vice-chancellor is a deputy to the vice-chancellor of a university. These are sometimes teaching academics who take on additional responsibilities. Individual pro-vice-chancellors may be in charge of areas such as administration, research and development, student affairs, and academic and education affairs. In some universities, there are one or more deputy vice-chancellors subordinate to the vice-chancellor, with pro-vice-chancellor being a position at an executive level ranking below deputy vice-chancellor. In the National University of Ireland, each president of the constituent universities, holds the title of Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the NUI, though they generally only use this title at conferring ceremonies. In the Australian Catholic University, there are three pro-vice-chancellors, each one responsible for both an area of academic affairs and a regional area. The University of New England, Australia also has three PVCs and a deputy VC. In the Federation University Australia, there are five deputy vice-chancellors and one pro-vice chancellor, the most required in any Australian university due to its phenomenal growth and engagement.