FCH staff and subject coordinators
|Professor Marion Gibson||Director||Marion.H.Gibson@exeter.ac.uk|
|Dr Damien Gaucher||Deputy Director (Streatham/St Lukes)||D.Gaucher@exeter.ac.uk|
|Dr Jeremy DeWaal||Deputy Director (Penryn)||J.DeWaal@exeter.ac.uk|
|Queens Info Point||Administrator (Streatham/St Lukes)||email@example.com|
|Penryn Info Point||Administrator (Penryn)|
As an FCH student you will be guided by the FCH staff, subject coordinators in each of your subject areas and your personal tutor. All are there to help you choose the most appropriate academic pathways and to get the most out of your degree and your time at the University of Exeter.
|Business||Dr David Monciardini||D.Monciardini@exeter.ac.uk||Stella Turk Building G2:04|
|English||N.M.Whyte@exeter.ac.uk||Peter Lanyon Building 150|
|Environmental Law||Kate Holtaway||K.Holtaway@exeter.ac.uk||Peter Lanyon Building A148|
|Environmental Science||Prof Catherine Leyshonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Peter Lanyon Building A082|
|Geography||Prof Catherine Leyshonemail@example.com||Peter Lanyon Building A088|
|Geography and Environment and Human Health||Prof Catherine Leyshonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Peter Lanyon Building A090|
|History||N.M.Whyte@exeter.ac.uk||Peter Lanyon Building 150|
|International Relations||Dr David Benson||D.I.Benson@exeter.ac.uk||Environment and Sustainability Institute 0.17|
|Law||Kate Holtaway||K.Holtaway@exeter.ac.uk||Peter Lanyon Building A148|
|Mathematics||Prof Stuart Townley||S.B.Townley@exeter.ac.uk||Environment & Sustainability Institute 1.39|
|Politics||Dr David Benson||D.I.Benson@exeter.ac.uk||Environment and Sustainability Institute 0.17|
Every FCH student has at least one personal tutor - you may have a tutor in one or both of your main subjects, it depends on the subjects you take.
Personal Tutors (some departments call them Academic Tutors) are there to support your academic development and progress, and as the first port of call for pastoral guidance.
Personal tutors are usually FCH subject co-ordinators, so they can help with both academic aspects of your studies and personal issues.
They help with your development and getting the most out of your time at university. This is often referred to as personal development planning (PDP) - and the University offers many resources for this.
We try to make sure you have the same tutor throughout your time at the university, so that a good relationship can be built up and tutors can write a meaningful reference for you when you are applying for things after university.
Click here for further information on Personal Tutors.
There are also a very large range of Student Support services on campus should you ever feel you need extra support in your social life or studies.