Mental Health Awareness Week: A 'pandemic of kindness', Dr Jeremy Howick
As part of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, Kellogg Fellow Dr Jeremy Howick writes about this year’s theme, kindness, and how it can help during the current COVID-19 period of social isolation.
Climate finance: Financing the great transition
Kellogg EMBA student Sebastian Petric, and co-writer Merja Laakso, discuss climate finance and the role of incentives in mobilising private finance.
What did you do during the war? Professor Michie reflects on the role played by his father at Bletchley Park
As we mark the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, Kellogg President Professor Jonathan Michie reflects on the important role played by his father, Donald Michie, at Bletchley Park, during World War II.
Not just a Dining Hall Manager...
During the current Coronavirus lockdown, we are discovering our staffs' hidden talents. Kellogg Dining Hall Manager, Stephane Lisner, shares his passion for photography and the countryside.
Viva versus the Virus – Examinations in the time of Corona
Worried about exams during Covid-19? DPhil student Claire Macht talks us through her online Viva Voce experience and shares the tips that made it a positive experience for her.
How my Kellogg Research Support Grant helped me
Lur Alghurabi explains how she has benefited from her Kellogg College Research Support Grant.
Reflections on hosting a Quick-fire Q&A for Emerging Writers
Mariah Whelan is an alumna of Kellogg College graduating from the MSt in Creative Writing in 2013. In this blog she reflects on one of her passions: running cross-community professional development events for writers.
Kellogg has made graduate study more open and accessible... and feels like it was created for me and others like me
Steve Hocking is studying part-time for a DPhil in Global and Imperial History at Kellogg. We wanted to find out what it was that brought Steve back to the world of academia, and to Kellogg in particular.