Martin Williams is Oxford’s Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education). He studied civil engineering at Bristol University in the 1980s and spent several years working in industry before joining the University of Oxford in 1989. For most of the last 30 years he has been an academic in the Engineering Science Department and a Tutorial Fellow at New College, where he is now a Professorial Fellow. Over the years he has performed numerous governance roles, including Senior Tutor of New College, Deputy Head of Engineering Science, an elected member of Council, and Senior Proctor. Prior to taking up his current post, he was Associate Head (Education) of the Division of Mathematical Physical and Life Sciences. He took up the office of Pro-Vice-Chancellor in January 2018. As Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education), Professor Williams is responsible for the University’s strategy and policies for teaching, learning, student support and admissions.