Dean for Queen's Campus / Deputy Head of Faculty, Social Sciences and Health, Queen's Campus: Prof Jo Phoenix
Prof Jo Phoenix is the Dean for Queen's Campus and holds a Chair in Criminology in the School of Applied Social Sciences. As Dean, Prof Phoenix has responsibility for the strategic planning and development of Durham University's research, taught programmes and student support at Queen's Campus. She also has responsibility for developing Faculty provision at Queen's Campus and ensuring its intergration through working with all departments within the Faculty to bring forward new programmes and initiatives. Also responsible for learning and teaching (foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate) matters at Queen's Campus as well as curriculum development, concessions appeals and academic progress notices for Queen's Campus students. Chair of the Foundation Centre Management Committee and member of the Learning and Teaching Committee.
Departmental phone number: 0191 33 46823
Faculty phone number: 0191 33 42096
Email address: QC.Dean@durham.ac.uk
Operations Director, Queen's Campus: Mr David Fionda
David has the job of overseeing non-teaching aspects of Campus Administration to ensure it runs as smoothly as possible. Reporting to the Dean for Queen's Campus, he has a wide range of duties, including acting as the Registrar's representative, ensuring University policies and procedures are implemented at the Campus, office facilities and secretarial services, office space, bursar to John Snow and Stephenson Colleges, environmental issues, green and sustainable travel planning and health and safety.
Phone number: 0191 33 40014
Fax number: 0191 33 40010
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Director Wolfson Research Institute: Prof Clare Bambra
Prof Clare Bambra joined Durham University in 2005. In September 2011 Clare was appointed Acting Director of the Wolfson Research Institute, Durham University's interdisciplinary research institute on health and wellbeing. She is a member of the Geographies of Health and Wellbeing research group (GoHWell). Clare studied political science (BSocSc, Birmingham) and comparative public policy (MA, PhD, Manchester) before moving into public health research. Her research is highly inter-disciplinary, applying theories and methods from the social sciences to epidemiology and public health. Her research focuses on health inequalities and the social determinants of health. She has three main areas of interest: (1) labour markets and the relationships between work, worklessness and health; (2) the influence of welfare state policies and political structures on international variations in public health and health inequalities; (3) Tackling health inequalities by addressing the wider social determinants of health. She currently teaches on the MA in Health, Risk and Public Policy at the Durham Campus as well as the MSc in Public Policy and Health at Queen's Campus.
Phone number: 0191 334 0417
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