25-Year Alumni Reunion
Kellogg College’s First Students – A Silver Anniversary worth Celebrating
It is now 25 years since we became Kellogg’s (then Rewley House’s) first students as well as the first ever cohort to study part-time at Oxford University. This silver anniversary is well worth celebrating and an ideal opportunity to do so would be at the Kellogg Gaudy Dinner on Saturday 16th September. Our Founding President, Dr Geoffrey Thomas, has agreed to be with us and we will also invite the other founding fellows to join us as well as any other former members of the Education Department or Kellogg that any of our fellow alumni think would like to be there.
Our aim is to contact all 26 Educational Studies master’s degrees students who matriculated in Michaelmas Term 1992 and to ask those who are able to join us to express their interest. You would, of course, be very welcome to bring a guest with you. Monica Popa, Kellogg’s Development and Alumni Relations Director, is forwarding this request to everyone for whom the College has an email or postal addresses. However, we would also like to make an effort to contact those with whom the College has lost touch so please do forward this message.
The Gaudy Dinner takes place during Oxford University Alumni Weekend so there will be lots of other events on in Oxford for those of you who would like to make a weekend of it.
Navlika Ramjee and Pauline Wainman
Please reply to us at the College on email@example.com
- Interest in attending the Gaudy Dinner
- Preferred means of contact
- Any member/former member of Kellogg/OUDES you would like an invitation to be extended to
- Anyone else in our cohort you can provide contact details for.
Please click to see details of the Gaudy Dinner, including how to book.
All members of Kellogg College and friends are welcome to join us as we celebrate the annual Alumni Weekend in Oxford with this special dinner.
Alumni Lecture – 10 years since the crash
All are welcome to join us for the annual Alumni Lecture entitled '10 years since the crash'. The speakers will be Professor Jonathan Michie, Dr Yasmin Khan and Dr Johanna Waters.