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Representing Kellogg in Copenhagen

11 September 2018 - 0 comments - Scholarship Post - Student post

Georgia Richards (DPhil Primary Health Care) tells us about her trip to the 6th International Preventing Overdiagnosis conference, which was made possible by a Kellogg College Travel Grant.

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Dragon Boat Racing in China

1 August 2018 - 0 comments - Student post

In March 2018, Kellogg students Bastiaan van Dalen (MSc Applied Landscape Archaeology) & Carla V. Fuenteslópez (MSc Nanotechnology for Medicine and Health Care) represented the University of Oxford at the…

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Kellogg students tour Parliament with Lord Bilimoria

16 May 2018 - 0 comments - Student post

For this post we asked Bastiaan van Dalen (MSc Applied Landscape Archaeology) to write about his trip to the Houses of Parliament, with fellow Kellogg students, as the guests of…

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Code like a girl: how can we increase the number of women in STEM?

9 May 2018 - 0 comments - Student post

Allison Mishkin (DPhil Information, Communication & Social Sciences) writes about her research focusing on technology and young women

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Scholar Profile: Giuseppe Spatafora

3 May 2018 - 0 comments - Scholarship Post - Student post

We asked our Scholars to tell us about their experience of studying at Oxford as well as what it's like being a student at Kellogg.

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Historic year for Oxford University Ice Hockey Club

27 February 2018 - 0 comments - Student post

Kellogg student Chris Byrne (MSc Evidence-Based Health Care) is playing in his second season with the Men’s Blues

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Mindlines in multiple contexts: current uses and future development

18 January 2018 - 0 comments - Research Post - Student post

Student and Clinical Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, Dominic Hurst (DPhil Evidence-Based Healthcare) reports on an examination of the concept of mindlines, in the context of the actions of GPs, during a day of discussion in Cambridge.

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My Journey to Kellogg College

16 January 2018 - 2 comments - Student post

Hamse Abdilahi (MSc Sustainable Urban Development) is a Somali community activist and writer. Here he tells us about his childhood in Somaliland and he shares ten lessons which he learnt on his way to being accepted to study at the University of Oxford.

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Is North Korea really ‘crazy’?

9 January 2018 - 0 comments - Student post

Kellogg student Giuseppe Spatafora (MPhil International Relations) writes about growing tensions between the United States of America and North Korea.

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This Girl Can: Playing rugby for Oxford

29 November 2017 - 0 comments - Student post

Johanna Dombrowski (MPhil in Comparative Social Policy) talks about playing rugby for Oxford at Twickenham.

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