NCH Student and Academic Services Team
Student and Academic Services
Student and Academic Services facilitates all academic and student services. We are in charge of timetabling, student finance, Quality Assurance, JStor access and Moodle, among other things. We also offer student wellbeing and careers advice from our dedicated advisers.
Rosalind Barrs BA, MA (London)
Rosalind is responsible for student and academic administration, including admissions, examinations, quality assurance, and timetabling. She is a member of the NCH Academic Board and is a Fellow of the College. Before joining NCH, Rosalind was a senior administrator at Birkbeck College for over 15 years. Her BA in Philosophy was from Birkbeck and her MA in Latin American Studies from the LSE.
Katherine Walsh BSc, MBS (Cork)
Katherine supports the Registrar in managing the induction of new students, the College’s academic databases and systems, the analysis of assessment data, and student and academic administration. She also works on administering aspects of student finance; and reviewing and processing College bursary applications.
Katherine completed her BSc in International Development and Food Policy, and MBS in Public Policy and Diplomacy at University College Cork. Before joining NCH she worked at Hult International Business School as Applications Manager, and has previous experience working in student accommodation and student societies.
Lee Fenwick BSc (Herts)
Academic Operations Officer
Lee manages the timetabling needs of the college. He is the main contact for any timetabling queries you have. He can also assist with any ad-hoc room bookings students or staff have for study or event purposes. Lee is the contact for any attendance queries students have. Additionally, he coordinates the provision of reading material for the students with Senate House Library and is the Deputy Prevent Officer and Deputy Data Protection Officer for the College. Lee is also a first-aider and a fire warden. Lee achieved a First Class Honours studying BSc Music Technology at the University of Hertfordshire in 2011.
Imogen Pickup BA
Academic Services Coordinator
Imogen coordinates the administrative processes for course assessment submissions, marks management and entry, examinations, and assessment board preparation; and this includes managing the VLE and Turnitin.
Imogen also maintains the College’s Student Information System (Quercus), providing student and staff training on this system where necessary, and providing student letters and transcripts. She also supports the Assistant Registrar in the reporting of student data for statutory returns.
Imogen completed a BA in Middle Eastern Studies and Hebrew at the University of Manchester, including a year spent studying abroad at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Before joining NCH, she worked at King’s College London as a Senior Programmes Officer, where she gained experience working with assessments and teaching administration.
Learning & Assessment Support Officer
Sean provides advice and support for students with learning and/or physical disabilities. He is also your contact for study skills such as: note taking, journal resources & time management support in your studies.
Sharon Godfrey MA (Southbank University)
Mental Health Adviser
Sharon is responsible for providing guidance, support and information for students with mental health concerns as well as promoting wellbeing events and workshops. Prior to joining NCH, she worked as a Staff Counsellor at Transport for London before moving into education at BPP University, the University of Waterloo and London Metropolitan University in their Counselling/Student Support Services.
Sharon initially trained and worked as a Cardio-thoracic Intensive Care Nurse at Papworth Hospital and The Harley Street Clinic before gaining a degree in Humanities (Hons) at Greenwich. To explore her interest in emotional as well as physical wellbeing, she completed her Masters in Trauma Counselling and Humanistic Psychotherapy & Object Relations at South Bank University. Sharon is passionate about supporting students to maintain their wellbeing whilst on their academic journey.