Students take to the streets of Oxford for charity15 May 2018
An energetic group of Kellogg students participated in the 37th annual Town and Gown race on Sunday morning (13th May). Almost 4,500 people dashed around Oxford’s streets completing the 10k course winding past the city centre’s historic sites, all in an effort to raise money for the charity Muscular Dystrophy UK.
The Kellogg runners were: Sander Tromp (MSc Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation), Noe Michalon (MSc African Studies), Carla Fuentes Lopez (MSc Nanotechnology for Medicine and Health Care), Daniel Lozano (MSc Software Engineering), JS Lemay (DPhil Computer Science), Jessie Dorfmann (MSc Migration Studies), Florian Klimm (Systems Approaches to Biomedical Science – Mathematics), and Juan Montero Espinosa Reina. Vendela Gambill (MSc Sustainable Urban Development) and Ashley Parham (DPhil History) also ran the race but are not in the photograph.