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Why do the Social Sciences matter?

9 February 2015 - 0 comments - President Post

All readers are warmly invited to a free book launch event in London on Thursday February 19th 2015 – but spaces are limited and being allocated on a first-come first-served…

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Our Silver Anniversary! 25 Years of Kellogg College…

27 January 2015 - 0 comments - President Post

My wife Carolyn is born and bred Manchester. Her dad’s idea of sharing the childcare was to take her and her sister to Old Trafford for every Manchester United home…

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From our President: The importance of innovation

19 January 2015 - 0 comments - President Post

Even the University of Oxford now recognises the importance of innovation. Of course, the University has long been innovative and innovating in the sense of creating inventions and academic breakthroughs.…

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Kellogg College Design Week: Cultural Capital and Commercial Enterprise

18 November 2014 - 0 comments - Student post

Kellogg student Melena Meese writes about her research trip to Paris, for Kellogg's first Design Week (1-4 December), to discover the archives of the French fabric company Pierre Frey.  On a…

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The annual Vincent Strudwick Lecture – Seeing Visions and Hearing Voices

6 November 2014 - 0 comments - Fellow post

On Thursday 30th October, the third annual Vincent Strudwick Lecture on an aspect of religion in public life was given by Dr Richard Holloway, author of Leaving Alexandria, former Bishop of Edinburgh and…

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Kellogg College Design Week – Visiting the Pierre Frey Archive

4 November 2014 - 0 comments - Student post

Kellogg College's inaugural Design Week is taking place in College from Monday 1st to Thursday 4th December. In the first of our Design Week blog posts, DPhil student and Junior…

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“I’m not in Kansas anymore, but I feel at home”

13 October 2014 - 1 comment - Student post

Kellogg student Amanda Shriwise is studying for a DPhil in Social Policy. In this article, Amanda shares her experiences of life in Oxford and what it means to her to…

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The best lunch in Oxford…

29 September 2014 - 0 comments - Fellow post

Carolyne Culver, Kellogg fellow and Head of Communications in the Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division, reminds us of the need for effective and timely communication in order to ensure that…

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“The biggest difference between those that attend Oxford and those that don’t ….”

26 September 2014 - 2 comments - Student post

Kellogg alumna Amy Price tells us about her experience studying for the MSc in Evidence Based Healthcare and also what it means to her to be a part of Kellogg College. To…

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From our President – Two Contradictory Principles

25 September 2014 - 0 comments - President Post

I try to live by two contradictory principles, firstly to say what you do and do what you say, but also to over-deliver, so I’m pleased to say I accomplished…

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