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Join us at the Alumni Weekend in North America

23 February 2016

Join the President, Professor Jonathan Michie for a special Kellogg College celebration in Washington, DC during the 2016 Alumni Weekend in North America

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Honorary Fellow Umberto Eco dies

22 February 2016

We are sorry to announce that our Honorary Fellow Umberto Eco has died aged 84.

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Medicine safety ‘needs international coordination’

09 February 2016

How quickly should a drug be withdrawn from the market if it causes harm? It sounds like a simple question, but the answer depends on where you live.

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Flying the Rainbow flag for LGBT History Month

02 February 2016

Kellogg College is joining the celebration of LGBT History Month by flying the Rainbow flag.

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British Council UK Alumni Awards – Kellogg Finalist

29 January 2016

Kellogg alumnus shortlisted as a finalist in the Entrepreneurial Award category of The Education UK Alumni Awards

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Making headlines in architectural history magazine

27 January 2016

A feature by Kellogg Fellow Steven Parissien  is the cover story in a new architectural…

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Kellogg Library Expansion

25 January 2016

There have been significant developments in the Library since last term.

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Phase-one drug trials under scrutiny

18 January 2016

Carl Heneghan, Senior Tutor and Professor of Evidence-based Medicine, has said phase-one trials posed “significant practical and ethical issues” in an article for the Financial Times.

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Fellow appointed to senior University post

07 January 2016

Our congratulations go to Fellow Emma Potts, formerly Director of Student Administration and Services, who has been appointed as Academic Registrar.

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NHS challenged over new treatments

07 December 2015

Carl Heneghan responds to new recommendations for the NHS

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