Mr Malcolm Millbrook
Malcolm Millbrook’s connection with the University of Cambridge began in 2008, when he joined the Faculty of History to work within its General Enquires Office. In 2010 he became a jack of all trades administrator in the Division of Social and Developmental Psychology, which in 2012 merged with the Department of Experimental Psychology to become the Department of Psychology. During this time the Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Tripos was launched, and Malcolm’s role changed to administer the new degree and the Department’s teaching in the Natural Sciences Tripos.
In 2015 Malcolm left University administration to become an Academic Administrator at St John’s College, a newly created position which straddled the responsibilities and expectations of tutorial administration and those of Tutors and Directors of Studies. Malcolm supported St John’s academics and students in English, Economics, Medicine, and Veterinary Medicine.
In 2021 Malcolm again switched to a different cog in Cambridge’s machinery, to become the Deputy Head of the Office of Intercollegiate Services (OIS). Another new position, the Deputy Head role was created to support OIS’s increasingly expanding remit. Malcolm is responsible for delivering most intercollegiate operational projects and annual processes, administers various intercollegiate committees, and liaises with University leadership and third parties on behalf of the Colleges. He greatly enjoys supporting the senior officers of the Colleges in their duties.
Malcolm is grateful to be appointed as an Associate of Clare Hall, having felt an immediate affinity with the College due to its warm hospitality and welcoming informality.