Profile – Géraldine Garrabet

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Géraldine Garrabet

Job Title:

Student Support and Welfare Officer

Place of work / study:

School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Manchester

What does your role involve:

My role is to provide professional advice, guidance and senior administrative support for all undergraduate and postgraduate students within the School of Physics and Astronomy.

I act as the School’s Disability Support Coordinator and oversee pastoral support for all students and offer non-academic guidance on issues related to finance, personal issues and mitigation.

The role involves being a member of key committees and groups related to student support and welfare, including the Mitigating Circumstances Committee, Equality and Diversity Committee and also advising the relevant Examination Boards.

Tell us a little about yourself:            

I come from Toulouse in France and I have lived and worked in Manchester for the past 25 years.

I have two children; a daughter who is 10 and a son who is 5.

Tell us a fun fact about yourself:            

I have Deejayed in Ibiza

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