DUGS and Senior Tutor
DIRECTOR OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES, Prof Carl Paterson
The DUGS heads the teaching team and leads the development and running of UG Teaching. He represents the Department on several Faculty and College committees, supplies much documentation for Registry and organises the Department’s accreditation and quality assurance procedures. With support from the Teaching Committee, he chooses lecturers for courses, demonstrators, Heads of Lab and other activities and manages a large annual budget paying for three teaching laboratories, three lecture theatres and the Computing Suite.
SENIOR TUTOR, Dr Ingo Mueller-Wodarg
The Senior Tutor has responsibility for course advice and student welfare, handling many student matters both personal and collective. He deals with many mitigating circumstances and confidential matters, and frequently writes letters of reference. As a permanent member of the Staff/Student Committee, he is a major route for student opinion to be put into effect.
KAYLEIGH MURPHY, AMY CRIPPS-MAHAJAN
The UG Admin Office has contact with students, academic and other staff, and the general public. They produce and distribute hard copies of course materials to students, demonstrators etc. They receive and process reports and problem sheets which are submitted to a deadline. They are responsible for providing administrative support for the undergraduate teaching in the Department. In the absence of a formal reception facility in the department, they regularly deal with enquiries from the general public in person and over the phone. They act as minute secretaries to the Teaching Committee and the Staff/Student Committee. Amy acts as the administrative co-ordinator for students on the Year Abroad degree programme.
UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION MANAGER, DERRYCK STEWART
The UG Education Manager's chief task is to ensure the successful implementation of teaching requirements in the Department, and has frequent contact with staff and students on a wide variety of issues. He is responsible for ensuring effective and efficient coordination of all undergraduate degrees and modules. He constructs the undergraduate academic timetable, manages the undergraduate electives process and is the lead Physics administrator for Starfish, the College’s student case management software.
He is a longer standing member of the College’s three main timetabling committees; TUGS, ETUG and TSEG. He is also a member of the Room Booking Implementation Project Board.
STUDENT LIAISON OFFICER, DR YASMIN ANDREW
The Student Liaison Officer acts as one of the main points of contact for undergraduate students, providing them with support and advice on academic issues and course engagement. She is responsible for efficient communication between the student body and teaching staff and is a member of the staff-student committee. The Student Liaison Officer isalso responsible for the recommendation and implementation of innovative and effective physics teaching and learning strategies through the department’s teaching committee, to provide successful learning experiences for students and sustain their academic success. Yasmin also has a PWP page.
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ADMISSIONS TUTOR, DR JULIET PICKERING
The Admissions Tutor heads a small team of academics who interview virtually all UG applicants. She is largely responsible for admissions policy, makes offers to applicants and monitors intakes.
ADMISSIONS AND DISABILITIES OFFICER, MERY FAJARDO
The Admissions and Disabilities Officer deals with applicants on a daily basis up till their first week as students, including organising interviews and campus tours, creating and administering a database. In addition she also manages the academic needs of our students with disabilities.
EXAMINATIONS CO-ORDINATOR, PROFESSOR DAVID COLLING
The Exams Co-ordinator has academic oversight of the whole examinations procedure, processing marks, ensuring appropriate weightings are applied and aggregate marks correctly recorded.
EXAMINATIONS AND INFORMATION OFFICER, Victor Urubusi
The Examinations and Information Officer has day-to-day management of the examinations process, bringing together exam materials, arranging exam sessions and co-ordinating marking. He also manages the student database and co-ordinates teaching materials for the website and Admin Office.
FIRST YEAR LABORATORY
SECOND YEAR LABORATORY
THIRD YEAR LABORATORY
Head of Year 1 Computing, TBC
Head of Year 2 Computing, Dr Robert Kingham
Department Undergraduate Representative
Anthea MacIntosh La Roque
1st Year Representatives
Shi Wei Yuan
2nd Year Representatives
Marta Emili Garcia-Segura
3rd Year Representatives
4th Year Representative
Year Abroad Representative
Physics Society Representative
UG Office Opening times
Weekdays 9:00 - 17:00
Closed 12:30 - 13:30
The office is located in Room 317, Level 3, Blackett Laboratory
Presentations and Information on the Degree Programmes