College Wellbeing Contacts
Meet some of our 2023-24 Welfare Contacts
Kellogg Welfare Dean Dr Shreya Atrey discusses her role and introduces you to some other members of the College’s welfare team.
The Welfare Dean is responsible for the wellbeing of all College members and is the designated Disability Lead.
Dr Shreya Atrey (Michaelmas term 2023, then Dr Tara Stubbs thereafter)
The Dean is responsible for the maintenance of good order in College this includes ensuring that all members of the College are treated with courtesy, consideration and respect.
Prof Jeremy Gibbons
The Academic Registrar oversees the Academic Office and is the College’s Disability contact and has a responsibility for student welfare. As part of their role, they liaise with the Proctors on behalf of students so can provide guidance and support with concerns related to your studies. All enquiries will be treated in the strictest confidence.
For queries or issues relating to your academic programme which cannot be resolved within your academic department, faculty or school, or for which you would value another perspective.
Dr Sandie Byrne
The Welfare Fellows supports the Dean in oversight of welfare, diversity and equality issues.
Dr Nihan Akyelken
Kellogg has various Junior Deans who who are resident students and a useful first point of contact for students with concerns, or for students in College accommodation who encounter difficulties (e.g. lost keys) outside of normal College opening hours.
Below, our Junior Deans from 2019-20 explain how they can help.
The Finance Bursar is the principal non-academic administrative officer of the College, as well as the chief financial officer. Gary is responsible for all administrative staff of the College and for ensuring their effective management and performance, working with the managers of each section as appropriate.
MCR Welfare and Equality Officer
The elected Welfare and Equality Officer is a current student and is here to support you during your time at Kellogg.
MCR Diversity and Inclusion Officer
The MCR Diversity and Inclusion Officer promotes and supports best practices within Kellogg that ensure the safe and healthy inclusion of all members of our community.
MCR Disabilities Officer
The MCR Disabilities Officer is on hand to help with any issues you may encounter in relation to a disability or related welfare issues.
Any issue of harassment should be notified to the advisors who will be happy to meet with you.
Dr Richard Stevens
Dr Alison MacDonald
The MCR Equality and Welfare Rep, and Kellogg Fellow Max Van Kleek, are happy to discuss issues of sexual orientation. You may also like to speak to the Domestic Bursar, Mel Parrott who is a trained Harassment Advisor, University LGBT+ role model and Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) trained, and concerned to advance issues of inclusivity in the College. The College also has an LGBT+ Ally, Kabilan Puliyadi who is based in the Hospitality office, and is on hand to provide support.
Dr Max Van Kleek, LGBT+ Fellow
Racial Equality and Justice Fellow
The Racial Equality and Justice Fellow is responsible for providing pastoral support to students facing issues around, among other things, race, colour, cast, language, culture and diversity. They also assist in the promotion of diversity and creation of an inclusive culture at Kellogg.
Dr Alistair Ross is the College’s Pastor Advisor and, as such, is available to be consulted on any religious or personal matters on a confidential basis.
Dr Alistair Ross
Dr Alison MacDonald