“One of my long-term personal goals is to make an impact on people’s lives and the planet…”
Kellogg part-time student Marvin Lagonera was fascinated by the culturally diverse city he grew up in the Philippines. The strong historical, religious and political influences affecting the city's growth sparked an interest in urban development and climate change, and led to him applying for the MSc in Sustainable Urban Development programme.
A Crowd-sourced Ventilator: It’s not possible... is it?
Kellogg Fellow Rob Collins describes how he was motivated to set up the Ventilator Crowd project, and use his skills as a Systems Engineer to help in the fight against Coronavirus.
Post Covid quest for better work
How should we reform our economies and bring people back to better work, aligned with major social, political and economic challenges, notably climate change?
What's happening in English courts during lockdown?
English civil courts have been using video and audio technology to conduct trials for a while now, but how would it translate to criminal courts during lockdown?
An homage to the extraordinary city of Oxford
In this blog, Kellogg Common Room Member, Tony Morris explains why he founded the non-profit website morrisoxford.co.uk, an homage to the extraordinary city of Oxford.
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.