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New starters in the Office of the School of Arts and Humanities

last modified Feb 01, 2017 10:30 AM

The Office of the School of Arts and Humanities is pleased to welcome two new members of staff to the team.

Angela Cattermole and Adrienn Dobos joined the School office in January and are settling in well!

We hope that you will have a chance to meet Angela and Adrienn in the course of their work.

More info about them and their roles is available below.

 

Angela Cattermole, School Finance Projects Manager

I joined the School Team in January 2017 as School Finance Projects Manager.  The main focus of this role is to lead a number of finance projects and provide day-to-day support across the School.  Before this I worked at the Faculty of Music for almost 13 years as the accountant and also worked as the Research Grants Administrator for the School for the past six years. After graduating with a BA (Hons) degree in German from Newcastle University, I qualified as an accountant and worked in finance in London for 10 years, before moving to Cambridge. I have four grown up kids, one lives in the US, two are currently at University studying for a PhD and undergrad degree respectively, and one is about to go to Uni.  In my (scarce) spare time I enjoy cooking, going to the gym and reading.

 

Adrienn Dobos, Education and Planning Administrator

I obtained my Master’s degrees in Linguistics and Philology at the University of Pécs in Hungary. I am also a qualified Hungarian as a foreign language teacher. I started my career at the International Studies Center of the University of Pécs managing faculty-led short courses and the Foundation Course for Chinese and South Korean students recruited either to the Medical School or to the Faculty of Business and Economics.

After relocating to the UK, I contributed to work at the international relations offices of the University of Cumbria and Middlesex University London. Before joining the University of Cambridge, I was the Erasmus Coordinator at Regent’s University London.

In my current role, I will support the delivery and development of graduate and undergraduate policies and procedures across the School. I will serve as the lead administrator of the Cambridge AHRC Doctoral training Partnership (DTP) as well as be responsible for the operational management of the annual doctoral and M.Phil studentship competitions.

I enjoy reading, going on excursions, day trips and developing my photography skills with my husband and seven year old son, therefore, please feel free to recommend to me any fascinating novel or picturesque outdoor destination.

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