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About us

About the Faculty of ScienceScience at Reading covers a broad range of subject areas, including many innovative, cross-disciplinary collaborations. Our four Schools span the human and environmental sciences (archaeology, geography, soil science and meteorology), as well as the physical sciences and technology (construction management, mathematics, computer science, cybernetics and electronic engineering).

Our teaching and research are renowned both nationally and internationally, and two of our subject areas - archaeology and meteorology - have been awarded the prestigious Queen's Anniversary Prize in recognition of their excellence. We have close research links with other Schools across the University and with external organisations, and strong links with business.

The Faculty Office

The Faculty Office is managed jointly with the Faculty of Life Sciences and the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science and provides administrative support for each Faculty's Dean, Teaching and Learning Dean and for academic staff. Its main functions are: 

  • Degree transfers (Undergraduate Parts 2 and 3)
  • Module records and module enrolment   
  • Extenuating circumstances 
  • Management of Faculty Quality Assurance processes and committees
  • Dealing with general enquiries from staff

The Faculty Office is based in Room 210, Carrington building on the Whiteknights campus, postal address:
University of Reading
Carrington Building

The Acting Dean of the Faculty of Science is Professor Richard Elllis - 

The Teaching and Learning Dean is Dr Elizabeth McCrum -


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