- Eva Murzyn (Senior Teaching Coordinator; 7GS, room G10; phone: 0131 650 3425)
- Alex MacAndrew (Course Secretary; DSB room G.06; 0131 650 3602)
- Course representatives: Jasmine Hawkins (J.Hawkinsfirstname.lastname@example.org) and Maja Milewska (M.Milewska@sms.ed.ac.uk) (General email: PsychologyFeedback@ed.ac.uk)
- Lecturers all advertise office hours on their office doors and/or websites, you should use these (or send an email) for following up on class material (e.g. further reading, help with understanding).
Academic progress and discussions:
- Your personal tutor for academic advice and discussions about your progress
Personal difficulties or general progression queries:
- Student Support Officers for advice on how to manage your workload and where to seek additional support (DSB; room G.03)
- Visiting Student Office (for visiting students)
Special circumstances (e.g, illness, longer absence that may affect your academic performance):
- Student Support Officers (DSB; room G.03)
- Visiting students should start with the Visiting Student Office.
- You may also wish to keep your Personal Tutor informed if you are having difficulties affecting your work
Comments regarding the course:
- Course Organisers for your Year (Peter Lamont)
- Class representatives (PsychologyFeedback@ed.ac.uk)
- Director of Teaching (Tom Booth)
- Head of Psychology (Martin Corley) – comments can also be posted physically in the Comments Box outside Martin’s office.
If you’re not sure who to ask, please contact the Teaching Coordinator for your Year (Eva Murzyn) who will advise.
But check out the FAQ first for more detailed advice on who to talk to in particular situations.