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The Time Lord criminal Salyavin, one of the Doctor's boyhood heroes, was a fellow of St Cedd's College from c. late 17th century, holding the chair of Regius Professor of Chronology under the name Professor Urban Chronotis . (WC: Shada; HOMEVID: Shada) His apartments, Room 314 in St Cedd's, were really his TARDIS. (HOMEVID: Shada)
The Doctor took an honorary doctoral degree at St Cedd's College in 1960 and was known to college porter Wilkin. Accounts differ as to whether it was in his fourth or eighth incarnation. (HOMEVID: Shada, WC: Shada, AUDIO: Shada)
At some point after their adventures with the First Doctor, Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright became professors at Cambridge. They were still professors in 2010, and rumoured not to have aged since the 1960s. (TV: Death of the Doctor)
Known faculty Edit
- Professor Ian Chesterton (TV: Death of the Doctor)
- Professor Barbara Chesterton (TV: Death of the Doctor)
- Professor Urban Chronotis, Saint Cedd's College. (HOMEVID: Shada)
- Professor Rachel Jensen (PROSE: The Scales of Injustice)
- Professor Gordon Jones, Churchill College (TV: The Invasion)
- Professor Lennox (TV: The Ambassadors of Death)
- Professor Meechley (PROSE: The Dark Planet)
- Professor Sir Isaac Newton[source needed]
Known students Edit
- Adelaide Brooke
- Samuel Taylor Coleridge
- Ruth Ingram
- Isaac Newton
- Brendan Richards
- Liz Shaw
- Anne Travers
- Allison Williams
- Sylvia Wimpole
- John Winters
- The Doctor
Real world location
Though it's possible that a real world location doesn't exist in the same geographic space in the Doctor Who universe, such cases are few and far between. Thus, the map at right is probably a good indicator of the DWU location of University of Cambridge.