St Hilda's College has three Junior Deans, Theodor Cojoianu, Rachael Griffiths and Elizabeth Harnett.
The Junior Deans are available to advise on welfare issues. Details of how best to contact them displayed on the Decanal Notice Board in South Foyer. They also run a weekly welfare drop-in session in Wolfson G04 (the Nurse's room), on Wednesdays, from 5-6pm. It is completely confidential and students can come and chat about anything and everything.
In the evenings and at weekends during term, please ask at the Lodge for the assistance of a Junior Dean.
Theodor Cojoianu is a Smith School Scholar and is pursuing his DPhil thesis in Geography and the Environment on responsible investment across financial asset classes.Theodor has previously held appointments in the sustainable finance space in both academic and finance industry organisations. He worked in academia within the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance at the University of St. Andrews, the ICMA Centre at the University of Reading and the University of Edinburgh Business School. Theodor was previously an analyst with MSCI ESG Research in London and is currently affiliated with Sociovestix Labs and Sustainable Investment Partners. He received his MSc. in Carbon Finance (Distinction) and MEng. in Electrical Engineering and Management from the University of Edinburgh. Theodor can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by the Porters' Lodge.
Rachael is studying for a DPhil in Oriental Studies, focusing on Sino-Tibetan-Mongolian relations in north-eastern Tibet in the 18th century. She is currently working on the role of local lamas as mediators between the Tibetan, Mongol, Han, and Manchu worlds. Previously she gained an MPhil in Tibetan and Himalayan Studies at Wadham College, and a BA in Study of Religions and History at the School of Oriental and African Studies. She can be contacted at email@example.com, or by the Porters' Lodge.
Elizabeth is studying for a DPhil in Geography and the Environment, focusing on how to communicate the risks and opportunities of climate change to institutional investors. Previously an undergraduate and postgraduate student at Jesus College, she holds an MPhil and BA in Geography. She also works with the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment as a researcher on the issue of 'Stranded Assets', and is a Postgraduate Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. She has played squash and cricket for Oxford University, and enjoys teaching sailing during the summer vacation. Elizabeth is the first point of contact for the MCR Committee. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by the Porters' Lodge.