Wentworth College, York
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Wentworth College Shield
|University||University of York|
|Motto||En Dieu est tout (French)|
|Motto in English||"In God is all"|
|Established||1972 - Foundation
2001 - Refounded
|Named for||Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford|
|Deputy provost||Jim Hoggett|
The College was founded in 1972. Wentworth was refounded in 2001 and became the postgraduate only college of the University. Postgraduates can however choose membership of any of the colleges at the University. Wentworth has about 460 resident graduate students, and serves as the base for the Graduate Students' Association.
Buildings and services
Wentworth houses the Department of Sociology, Edge (formerly the Kasbah), a cafe by day which turns into a bar at night. Along with the Graduate Common Room, this plays host to many of the events organised by the GSA throughout the year.
In addition, Wentworth has a computer room, Yoga room, a quiet reading room for study and a laundry room.
As a postgraduate only College Wentworth does not have a Junior Common Room, it does however have a Graduate Common Room which is governed by the Graduate Common Room Committee. All postgraduate students, whether members of Wentworth or not, are also presented by the Graduate Student Association.
The head of Wentworth College is titled provost. The current provost of Wentworth is Russell Yates.
List of Provosts of Wentworth College:
- Professor Eric W Hawkins 1972-1975
- Mr Norman Rea 1975-1977
- Mr J Martin Bell 1978-1985
- Dr Peter M Lee 1985-2005
- Professor Carl A Thompson 2005-2010
- Mr Russell Yates 2010-present
- "About Wentworth College - Provost's Welcome". Retrieved 19 February 2015.
- Yorkvision College Profiles: Wentworth
- "College history". Wentworth College. Retrieved 21 January 2015.
- "About Wentworth College - List of Wentworth College Provosts". Wentworth College. Retrieved 19 February 2015.
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