Dr. Bridgette Duncombe
Director of Undergraduate Studies (DUGS)
Welcome to the teaching pages of the Chemistry Department, Imperial College, London. Whether you are a current student or prospective student you will find a great deal of useful information within these pages about our courses and how the chemistry degrees at Imperial work.
My name is Dr. Bridgette Duncombe (but everyone calls me Bridge) and I am the Director of Undergraduate Studies (DUGS). This is a job that encompasses both the operational and also the strategic management of the Department’s undergraduate programmes, so it is a big job that involves me working with a lot of people from academics, technicians, alumni, employers and current students to make sure our courses are the best preparation for your future employment.
The website has been designed by students for students and we hope that you find the pages useful. However, if you have a query about the content or an idea about information you would wish to see on the pages please simply let me know. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and I will try my best to answer any question you may have.
Student Services Centre
The Student Services Centre was opened in April 2013 and is situated on level 2 of the Chemistry Department. Alongside the help you can expect to receive from the staff of the Centre we also have some modelling kits available for short term loan.
Current Students: Chem Central
We have a Blackboard Learn module called Chem Central where current students can find helpful information including:
- Student support
- Mitigating circumstances and special needs
- Academic integrity and plagiarism
ChemSoc President 2017-2018
I'm Billy Micou, your ChemSoc President for 2017/18, and I'm a third year chemist. ChemSoc is a society run by students, for students. We aim to give undergraduates and postgraduates the best possible university experience by complimenting their degree with a wide range of social and careers events. Keep an eye out for announcements of seminars, pub quizzes and careers fairs on our Facebook page.
If there are any events you want to see, or have any questions, please get in touch at email@example.com
To complement the first-class teaching delivered at Imperial, we hope to offer a society that fulfils all your needs as a chemistry student. Jump in.
Meet our ChemSoc committee members, find out about upcoming events and join our Facebook group.