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Students shortlist five Fellows for teaching awards

18 April 2016

This year, five Fellows from Kellogg College are among the academics from across the University to make the shortlist.

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Challenging the grudging consensus behind the REF

29 March 2016

In an article for Times Higher Education Supplement online Kellogg Fellow and recently admitted Pro-Proctor Alis Oancea, writes about research assessment exercises and the introduction of impact assessment.

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Kellogg student represents Oxford in Boat Race

29 March 2016

Leo Carrington (MSc History of Science, Medicine and Technology) rowed in the number 5 seat for Oxford in this year's Boat Race which took place on Sunday 27th March.

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Proctors Admission Ceremony in pictures

29 March 2016

More than 100 members of Kellogg came together to celebrate the admission of our first Proctor.

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Kellogg’s first Proctor is admitted

17 March 2016

From left to right: Jeremy Gibbons, Elizabeth Gemmill, Alis Oancea and Jonathan Michie. Photo: John…

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Junior Research Fellow awarded a John Fell Fund award

11 March 2016

Junior Research Fellow Jenny Chan has received an award from the John Fell OUP Research Fund for her project, 'Learning for Jobs: Internship, Vocational Education, and the Law in China'.

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Dying for an iPhone: The Lives of Chinese Workers

08 March 2016

Junior Research Fellow Jenny Chan delivered the Social Sciences Seminar, Dying for an iPhone: The Lives of Chinese Workers; an in-depth study of the most powerful electronics contractor and the lives of its 1.4 million workers. Watch the seminar here.

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Kellogg Fellows appointed to Academy of Social Sciences

08 March 2016

Two Kellogg Fellows have been awarded Academy of Social Sciences Fellowship status.

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Planning permission granted for new building

29 February 2016

Kellogg has appointed the award-winning architect Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios for a new, ultra-low energy building in the heart of our grounds.

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Kate Walton wins the Critchley Prize

25 February 2016

Kate Walton (MSc English Local History, 2015) has been awarded the Critchley Prize for the best MSc in English Local History dissertation by a Kellogg student

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