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Have your say: The Student Barometer Survey

The Student Barometer is a survey of all matriculated students (excluding final year undergraduate students) at the University of Oxford. Students are invited to complete the survey in Michaelmas Term.

PD James: The 'Queen of Crime'

Kellogg Honorary Fellow and English crime writer the Rt. Hon. Phyllis Dorothy, Baroness James of Holland Park, OBE, FRSA, FRSL, passed away on Thursday 27th November aged 94. PD James, as she was known, lived in Oxford and her connection with Kellogg College began in 2010 when she gave the inaugural Kellogg College Centre for Creative Writing lecture, speaking on "The Art of Fiction". 

Recycling for the British Heart Foundation

At the end of each academic year we find that many of our residential students leave unwanted possessions which they do not want to take with them, from clothing to kitchen utensils and even electrical goods. This year we partnered with the British Heart Foundation's Moving On Campaign to collect these items which are then sold in British Heart Foundation shops to raise money for the charity.
 

Preventing and addressing violence and atrocity crimes targeted against minorities

Kellogg Visiting Fellow, Patrick Thornberry CMG, Emeritus Professor of International Law at Keele University, has been appointed to chair the seventh session of the UN Forum on Minority Issues in Geneva later this month. Professor Thornberry was appointed by the President of the UN Human Rights Council on the nomination of the UK.
 

A celebration of Design at Kellogg College

The first Kellogg Design Week will run from 1st-4th December and will showcase 18th-21st century textiles from the design house Pierre Frey.
 

Upcoming Events

Mon, 1 Dec: Design Week Opening Reception

Mon, 01/12/2014 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Join us for the opening reception for Design Week: Textiles. A week of events in College including an exhibition of French 18th - 21st Century patterned fabrics from the celebrated design house, Pierre Frey.

Tue, 2 Dec: Design Week Symposium

Tue, 02/12/2014 - 10:00am - 4:30pm
Prof. Penny Sparke (Kingston), Dr. Claire O’Mahony (Oxford, Kellogg College), Dr. Sue Prichard (V&A), Dr. Antony Buxton (Oxford), Dr. Steven Parissien (Compton Verney & Kellogg College), Prof. Katie Scott (Courtauld Institute)

All are welcome to attend this Symposium on the Phenomenology of Patterned Textiles in the 18th-21st Century Interior.

Tue, 2 Dec: The Colloquium - Forecasts, Fieldwork and Friction

Tue, 02/12/2014 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Sophie Haines

Join us for the final Colloquium of this term, in which Sophie Haines talks to us about Forecasts, fieldwork and friction: researching the use of weather and climate knowledge for resource decision-making.

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