Director of Student Experience and Progression (DSEP)
Office: D2.07 (Social Sciences).
Tel Ext: 75879
Email: J dot Greaves at warwick dot ac dot uk
Advice and Feedback Hours:
Tuesdays, 1.30-2.30pm (face to face)
Thursdays, 1.30-2.30pm (online)
Please use the booking form above.
Via appointment in reading weeks and vacations.
* Unfortunately, due to the nature of my role, I am not available for PhD supervision
Dr Justin Greaves received a BA in Politics and International Relations from the University of Reading and an MA in Politics and PhD from the University of Warwick. His PhD was on the Reform of Business Representation in Britain: 1970-1997.
He joined the Department as a Research Fellow in November 2004, working for three years on a research-councils funded project on Biopesticides and regulation. This was followed by a research project on the Governance of Livestock Disease with colleagues from the Department's of Biological Sciences, Law and Economics. He has also researched issues surrounding animal welfare and theories of justice and links between public policy and political theory.
For the 2021/2 academic year he is module director and lecturer for the core first year undergraduate module, Political Research in the 21st Century, alongside his responsibilities as Director of Student Experience and Progresssion (DSEP) and Associate Professor.
As part of his university responsiblities he is also Warden of Tocil Residences, consisting of first year and final year undergraduates and postgraduate students.
He has previously been module director, lecturer and seminar tutor for the 2nd year undergraduate module, Politics of the UK, seminar tutor for the postgraduate module Qualitative Methods and lecturer and seminar tutor for the third year undergraduate module The Making of Economic Policy. He also has several years experience as a personal tutor and undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation supervisor.
Hear Justin's podcast to the Warwick Knowledge Centre on the Labour leadership contest.
Justin has great enthusiasm for widening participation and outreach activities and promoting political studies to school and college students. He has presented at a GOAL event on Left and Right: Political Attitudes and Opinons at a Cross-Curricular Mathematics Day on The Mathematics of the General Election, a Teach First/HEAPS event on A Guide to the 2010 General Election, and twice at an A Level Politics Conference on Voting Behaviour at the 2010 General Election.