November 28th, 2023
The university welcomes Emma Whitt as Interim Deputy University Senior Tutor, effective immediately.
Amanda Crompton is stepping down from her role as Deputy University Senior Tutor with immediate effect.
To ensure a smooth transition, we’ve appointed Emma Whitt, Associate Professor and Senior Tutor in Psychology, as the Interim Deputy University Senior Tutor. This interim appointment is in place until July 31, 2024, pending a substantive appointment.
Amanda Crompton has enhanced our student support initiatives during her tenure, significantly contributing to the well-being and academic success of our students.
One notable achievement being helping with the introduction and development of the student engagement dashboard. We want to thank her for her work and wish her success in her future endeavours.
Stepping into this interim role is Emma Whitt, bringing a wealth of experience from her ten years as a Senior Tutor in Psychology. Emma’s commitment to student welfare is well known, actively participating in various university initiatives such as Teach Fest, Lord Dearing, and the Nottingham Recognition Scheme.
Emma’s extensive experience and leadership is invaluable, especially in her involvement in the pilot tutoring program for the academic year 2023/2024, where Psychology is at the forefront of positive changes.
Andy Fisher, University Senior Tutor said: “Emma Whitt’s appointment as Interim Deputy University Senior Tutor underscores our commitment to maintaining the highest standards of support for our students.
“Her wealth of experience, particularly in Psychology, and her track record in driving positive change make her the ideal candidate for this crucial role.”
Emma’s interim leadership will further enhance our tutoring, providing continuity and innovation during this transitional period.
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