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Obituaries

Rob Moore

Rob Moore
The Faculty has been informed that sadly Dr Rob Moore, who recently retired from his position as Senior Lecturer in Sociology of Education, died yesterday in hospital after a long period of illness. Rob joined Homerton College in 1987 as Senior Lecturer in Multi-cultural Education and Sociology of Education and in 2001 transferred to the University of Cambridge with convergence of the teaching and research activities of the then School of Education and those of Homerton College. He was elected a Fellow of Homerton College in 2003.
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Peter Mitchell

Peter Mitchell
Peter Mitchell, who died on 20 January, aged 85, came to work for the Department of Education in 1974. There he became responsible for Secondary PGCE training in Religious Education and subsequently also made a major contribution to the teaching of Philosophy of Education, initially on the B. Ed course and then on the B.A. He was still teaching in the Faculty well into his seventies - and had been for many years a Fellow at Hughes Hall.
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Tim Everton (1951-2011)

Tim Everton (1951-2011)
Tim Everton became the first Dean of Educational Studies in the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education in August 2001, following the convergence between the University´s School of Education and the research and teaching activities of Homerton College. He succeeded Professor Donald McIntyre as Head of the new Faculty, and led it with distinction and vision through its formative years.
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Rex Walford (1934 - 2011)

Rex Walford (1934 - 2011)
Rex was University Lecturer in Geography and Education at Cambridge from 1973 until 1999, and served as Head of the then University Department of Education in the early 1990s. He became a Fellow of Wolfson College in 1988 and an Emeritus Fellow in 1999. Rex ran the postgraduate (PGCE) teacher-education course for geographers for 25 years.
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Donald McIntyre (1937 - 2007)

Donald McIntyre (1937 - 2007)
Donald had been a Professor of Education at Cambridge since 1996. Previous Readerships at Stirling and Oxford had already established him as a major force in educational research before he arrived, with a formidable reputation for reforming teacher education, but Cambridge perhaps became the most substantial beneficiary of his energy and enthusiasm.
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Jean Rudduck (1937-2007)

Jean Rudduck (1937-2007)
Jean Rudduck graduated from Westfield College in 1958 in English Literature with one of the four top firsts in her cohort across the whole of London University. She trained as a teacher at King´s College London and started her working career as an English and Drama teacher at Godolphin & Latymer, London. She moved into education research in the mid-60s becoming a senior lecturer and tutor at Brighton College of Education...
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