Search Results for ""

Top results

Nancy Trenaman

Nancy Trenaman (1919-2002) read English at Somerville, taking a First in 1941. She entered the Civil Service and rose to be Assistant Secretary in the Ministry of Materials, Counsellor at the British Embassy in Washington, and Under-Secretary at the Board of Trade. She came to St Anne’s as Principal in 1966 and continued with great

Claire Palley

Claire Palley (1931-) received her BA and LLB from Cape Town University, and in 1965 a PhD from London University. She was called to the English Bar as a member of Middle Temple. Her distinguished academic career began in Cape Town and Rhodesia and continued at Queen’s University Belfast. She moved to the University of

Book suggestions

Fill out this form to send a book suggestion directly to Deputy Librarian Sally Speirs ( Sally will send you a response to let you know what’s happening with your request.  She aims to order books on the same day that the request is received.   If you have any questions just send Sally an email.

Contact the Library

Book Guest Accommodation

Your browser does not appear to support frames. Please click here to go to the booking system.   

Rogers, Professor Alex


Professor Alex Rogers Tutorial Fellow in Computer Science, Professor of Computer Science Teaching Computer Science Email: Twitter: @alex_rogers_cs Prof. Alex Rogers develops and applies artificial intelligence and machine learning approaches within physical sensor systems to address real-world problems focusing on sustainability. His recent work has addressed future energy systems, such as the smart grid, citizen

Computer Science


All lectures and practicals are organised centrally by the Computer Science Dept. At St Anne’s, Prof. Peter Jeavons and Prof. Alex Rogers provide tutorials to all students, with support from the Mathematics tutors at St Anne’s and Computer Science tutors in other colleges. In the first year, all students have two or three tutorials each

Ruth Deech

Ruth Deech (1943-) took a First in Law at St Anne’s College. After some years studying and teaching in America and Canada, she returned to St Anne’s as Fellow and Tutor in Law in 1970. She was called to the English Bar (Inner Temple) in 1967. She served as Senior Proctor, as a member of

Tim Gardam

Tim Gardam (1956-) read English at Caius College Cambridge and received a double First. He is thus not only the first male Principal of St Anne’s but also the first Cambridge graduate. His career in broadcasting began as a BBC trainee in 1977. He went on to produce Newsnight, Timewatch, and Panorama, and to executive