- 1. Introduction and Overview
- 2. Studying at Selwyn
- 3. Support and Advice
- 4. Health, Welfare and Safety
- 5. Finance
- 6. Rules and Disciplinary Matters
- 7. College Facilities
- 8. Practical Information and contacts
- 9. Clubs, Societies and Activities
- 10. Outreach and Admissions
- 11. Policies and Procedures
8.0.1 Selwyn College People and Contacts
The College community works because we all pull together collectively. One of the best pieces of advice for any member of the Selwyn community is that one can never be too polite or too respectful in dealings with other members of College, whatever their role or status. Your life will be much easier if you maintain good relationships with other members of both the Selwyn community and the University more generally.
This section of the Guide gives you information about who does what and what facilities are available to you.
8.0.2 The Master and Fellows
The Master of the College is Mr Roger Mosey. The Senior Tutor is Dr Mike Sewell. The Bursar is Mr Nick Downer. The Vice-Master is Dr Janet O’Sullivan.
The Teaching Fellows, Research Fellows and Bye-Fellows, with their subjects, are listed in a separate page.
8.0.3 The Tutorial and Admissions Office
The Tutorial Office Manager and Senior Tutor’s Assistant (Miss Gina Vivian-Neal), the Praelector’s and Graduate Tutors’ Assistant, (Mrs Samantha Carr) and the Tutorial Administrator (Mrs Karen Hopper) have their offices on the 1st Floor of the College Offices in Ann’s Court. Arrangements are made here for Matriculation (formal admission as a member of the University), entry to examinations, dealing with routine tutorial paperwork, issuing of grant cheques.
The Tutors to undergraduates are Dr Mike Sewell (Senior Tutor), Professor Patrick Baert, Dr Daniel Beauregard, Dr Stuart Eves, Dr Alan Howard, Dr Amer Rana, Dr Stewart Sage, Dr Rupert Thompson, Dr Charlotte Woodford and Dr Vicky Young.
The Tutors for Graduate Students are Dr David Smith, Dr Gavin Jarvis, Dr Anita Faul and Dr Heather Webb. They deal with Postgraduate admissions matters and are available to be consulted by current undergraduates through the Graduate Admissions Officer, Mrs Carr.
The undergraduate Admissions Tutors are Dr Daniel Beauregard, Dr Stuart Eves and Dr Kirsty McDougall. The Admissions Office located with the Tutorial Office in Ann’s Court. The Admissions Officer (Mrs Stephanie Pym) and the Schools Liaison Officer (Dr Matt Wise) complete the admissions team. See Section 10 of this Guide for further details of how you can become involved in our outreach work.