College Executive Group
College Executive Group
Professor Dan Charman
Pro-Vice-Chancellor & Executive Dean
I am an Earth system scientist interested in long-term ecosystem and climate change. Much of my research is on peat-forming wetlands and the ways in which these intriguing ecosystems can be used to understand past and future environmental change.
Director of College Operations
Neal is Director of College Operations and in his role is responsible for the overall leadership of college operations and ensuring that the University's Professional Services resources are fully aligned to college strategies and operational priorities.
Dr Jo Bowtell
Associate Dean for Global
Professor Dave Hodgson
Head of Department, CLES Cornwall
I am a quantitative ecologist, with key interests in demography, life history evolution, wildlife disease, and the interplay between ecological and evolutionary dynamics.
Professor Mark Wilson
Head of Department, Sport and Health Sciences
Dr James Wakefield
Head of Department, Biosciences
My research interest has always been that of mitosis and cell division, stimulated by the fundamental beauty of the process as viewed using a fluorescence microscope, and its key role in diseases such as cancer.
Professor Henry Buller
Head of Department, Geography
Henry Buller works principally in the area of non-human geographies, notably animal geographies.
Professor Manuela Barreto
Head of Department, Psychology
Manuela Barreto studied Work and Organizational Psychology at the University of Porto, Portugal and obtained her PhD in Social Psychology in 2000 from the Free University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Dr Richard Winsley
Associate Dean for Education
I completed my PhD at the Children's Health and Exercise Research Centre at the University of Exeter investigating the determinants of aerobic fitness in children. After working as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist in the NHS, I re-joined the University of Exeter which allows me the on-going privilege of expanding my teaching and research interests but more importantly to work with the next generation of our students.
Professor Nina Wedell
Associate Dean for Research
I am an evolutionary biologist with research interests focused on the evolutionary ecology of sex. I have worked extensively on various aspects of sexual selection and sexual conflict, in particular on the role of selfish genetic elements in reproductive biology. I am the Academic lead for the Behavioural Ecology research group.
HR Business Partner
Head of Finance
The College Executive Group (CEG) meets weekly during term time and is led by Professor Dan Charman, Pro Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean of the College. The group consists of all Heads of Department, the Director of College Operations, Head of Finance, HR Business Partner, Associate Deans for Education, Research and Global.
CEG sets the strategy for the College and is responsible for overall management and cross-College policies and decisions. CEG aims to provide clear and effective leadership for the College, and to promote a sense of collegiality, ambition and enthusiasm, encouraging productivity and creativity right across all our activities.