“Jude the Obscure” updated

16 May 2019 - 0 comments - Fellow post

Robin Cohen, Kellogg Emeritus Professor and Senior Research Fellow, shares his essay Reaching, written for the Hampstead Theatre about their production of Howard Brenton’s Jude, based on Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure but with…

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Excitement at the Jiu Jitsu Randori Nationals

14 March 2019 - 0 comments - College News

Simona Sulikova is studying for a DPhil in Geography and the Environment. She is a member of the Oxford University Jui Jitsu Club and took part in the Randori Nationals in Northampton, on…

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Olympian Frances Houghton’s inspirational Sports Dinner speech

4 March 2019 - 0 comments - College News - Fellow post

Did you miss this year’s Celebration of Sport Guest Night Dinner and after dinner speaker France Houghton’s inspirational speech? Fortunately, Kellogg Fellow Jeremy Howick was there and shares below Frances’…

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What I learned from my first Oxford case study

31 January 2019 - 0 comments - Student post

Michael Zhuang is an EMBA student at Said Business School. He is also principal of MZ Capital Management, a wealth advisory firm in Washington DC.  Here he writes about his…

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Founding Fellows remember Edward Coker (1929-2018)

18 December 2018 - 0 comments - College News - Fellow post

Founding Fellows Geoffrey Thomas and Gerald Bowen Thomas, remember their associate Founding Fellow Edward Coker, who died on 29th November 2018. Ed Coker, who died in November 2018, was a Founding…

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Student Insights: James Tufnell

1 November 2018 - 0 comments - College News - Student post

Over the coming months we will running a series of Kellogg student profiles. We start with James Tufnell, a part-time MSc student studying Applied Landscape Archaeology, who is not only juggling his studies with a career as a management consultant, he is also a reservist in the British Army.

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Afternoon Tea with the Vice-Chancellor

10 October 2018 - 0 comments - Student post

We hear from Cathy Jewison (DPhil Literature and Arts) who writes about her experience last term of taking tea with the Vice-Chancellor.

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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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Remembering Jimmy Thirsk (1914-2018)

5 July 2018 - 0 comments - Bletchley Park Week - Fellow post

Kellogg Fellow Michael Smith remembers Jimmy Thirsk who died on 2nd June 2018. Jimmy was husband to Kellogg Honorary Fellow Joan Thirsk (1922-2013) and, along with Joan, was an analyst…

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