Born: December 27, 1859, Ebrington, Gloucester, England.
Died: April 8, 1937, Westminster, London, England.
Hadow studied at Malvern College, then Worcester College, Oxford, where he taught and became Dean in 1889. In 1905, he was elected the first Old Malvernian member of the Council of Malvern College. In 1909, he was appointed principal of Armstrong College in the Newcastle Division of Durham University before becoming Warden & Vice Chancellor of the University of Durham in 1916. In 1919, he was appointed Vice Chancellor of Sheffield University, a post he held until 1930.
As chairman of several committees, he published a series of reports on education, notably The Education of the Adolescent (1926) which called for the reorganizat… Go to person page >