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Tina MacSkimming

Tina MacSkimming

Student Wellbeing and Progression Officer

Responsible to

Jo Turrall, Programme Manager (UG)

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Contact details

Phone: +44 (0)24 765 23055
Email: T dot MacSkimming dot 1 at warwick dot ac dot uk
Office: S0.88

Working hours: Monday to Thursday, 9.00am to 5.00pm, Friday 9.00am to 4.00pm

Main Responsibilities

To provide academic progression and pastoral support to undergraduate students in the Economics Department. Promoting student wellbeing, engagement with the teaching and learning experience and facilitating the fulfilment of academic potential.

 

  • Working closely with Departmental Year Tutors, Senior Tutor and Undergraduate Programmes Manager to deliver high quality support to students whilst contributing to the Department's strategic plan for wellbeing and progression
  • Analyse data to identify concerns at an early stage and implement enabling changes to support identified students with particular care to students from widening participation backgrounds
  • Liaise with university support services and refer students where appropriate
  • Develop communications on student wellbeing
  • Maintain accurate student records and systems to collate information on student welfare and progression
  • Lead on mitigating circumstances and extension requests
  • Lead and manage the undergraduate mentor scheme
  • Liaise with student experience team to organise and deliver a calendar of annual student events to promote student support and wellbeing

About me

I first joined the Economics Department back in 1989 as an Undergraduate Secretary. I spent many happy years in the department and had the joy of seeing many cohorts of student’s graduate. In 2004 it was finally time for me to break away to spend time with my family. In 2006 I moved to France and ran a Bed & Breakfast business for 7 years (a bit different to Economics at Warwick)!

On returning to the UK in 2013 I sought employment back at the university, and after working in WBS and Sociology, I re-joined Economics in 2017.

Having enjoyed the role of Joint Degrees Coordinator for the last few years, I am delighted to have now become one of the department’s Student Wellbeing and Progression Officers.

I very much hope that I will see many more students enjoy undergraduate life in the department and will be here to support them throughout their journey.