Frederick Ernest Weiss
Weiss was Professor of Botany at the Victoria University of Manchester. In 1919, Weiss succeeded Sir Alfred Hopkinson as Vice-Chancellor, initially on a temporary basis until a suitable candidate was found. He continued as Professor of Botany during his tenure as Vice-Chancellor and in 1915 he was succeeded by Sir Henry Alexander Miers, mineralogist and former principal of the University of London (1908–1915).
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- University of Manchester, Vice-Chancellor's Office. "University of Manchester, Vice-Chancellor's Archive". Retrieved 26 April 2014.