Kellogg alumna Amy Price has recently graduated from the MSc in Evidence-Based Healthcare at the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine within the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford. The centre is led by Kellogg fellow and Senior Tutor, Carl Heneghan who was also Amy's College Advisor.
Kellogg alumna Maya Catherine Popa's poetry collection Lewisburg and other poems has been published in the Fall issue of Narrative magazine. Maya was a Clarendon Scholar and studied for the MSt in Creative Writing (2013). Earlier this year she won the prestigious Gregory O'Donoghue International Poetry Prize for her poem Hummingbird.
Kellogg Visiting Fellow and UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka launched the HeForShe Campaign at a star-studded event in New York last Saturday, at which the actress Emma Watson gave a speech in her role as UN Goodwill Ambassador for Women. The HeForShe Campaign aims to put men at the centre of activism and dialogue to end inequalities faced by women and girls around the world.
As the autumn gathers pace students will be returning to Oxford from all over the world, many of whom will be coming to Oxford for their first term of study. To help our students settle in to life at Kellogg College, we are running a programme of events called Welcome Weeks. Starting on Wednesday 24th September these events are for all new and returning students, and run until Sunday 12th October.