Kellogg alumnus, Richard Hefford-Hobbs, is finding the positives in a time of Crisis
After answering the Government's call in March for help designing and producing ventilators for UK hospitals, Kellogg Alumnus Richard Hefford-Hobbs' company is now collaborating on the development of a new Oxygen concentrator for use in low and middle-income countries.
Kellogg Scholar, Genevieve Cain, wins MSc Dissertation Prize
Genevieve receives the annual Cambrian Archaeological Association senior prize for the best undergraduate or master’s dissertation on the archaeology of Wales and the Marches.
Kellogg alumna and Paralympic rower Grace Clough to take part in first inclusive Virtual Boat Race
Kellogg alumna and Paralympic rower Grace Clough will be taking part in the inclusive Virtual Boat Race, with fellow Paralympians, Olympians, and club rowers representing Oxford and Cambridge, in aid of Power2Inspire.
College President lends his voice to stand against systemic racism
Professor Jonathan Michie has joined with other heads of house from Oxford Colleges to express how important it is that black voices be heard.
Rising to the Covid-19 challenge in our community
Though the current global pandemic sets the College many challenges, we’ll be working harder than ever to ensure that both new and returning students continue to receive the guidance and support they need, and benefit from the unique Oxford experience.
Kellogg student awarded Colin Franklin Prize by Bodleian Libraries
Congratulations to Kellogg student Sylee Gore on being awarded the Colin Franklin Prize for Book-collecting 2019-20 by the Bodleian Libraries.
Kellogg President elected chair of the Universities Association of Lifelong Learning
Congratulations to Kellogg President Professor Jonathan Michie, who was elected Chair of the Universities Association of Lifelong Learning (UALL) at their recent AGM.
Kellogg Fellow Shreya Atrey asks, "The future is here, but are we ready for Online Universities?"
Read Kellogg Fellow and Associate Professor of International Human Rights Law, Shreya Atrey's full article, previously published in The Guardian under the title "Universities beware: shifting classes online so quickly is a double-edged sword".