Meet our new MCR President for 2021/22
Sheetal Jain tells us about herself and what she hopes to achieve during her time as Kellogg MCR President.
Kellogg at COP26
We hear from Visiting Fellow Katherine Maxwell who spent time at COP26 in Glasgow
Alumna wins prestigious literary prize
Jesse Sutanto (Mst Creative Writing, 2007) has won the 2021 Comedy Women in Print Prize for her novel Dial A for Aunties.
Courtier, Scholar and Man of the Sword
A new book by Emerita Fellow Dr Christine Jackson examines the life and writings of Lord Herbert of Cherbury
Kellogg MCR Committee elections - voting now open!
Being elected to the MCR is a great privilege and opportunity to participate in College life as well as to shape the College’s activities!
Profile: Pierre Lucien (DPhil Education)
Pierre Lucien is in his first year of a DPhil in Education, he talks to us about his experience of being an Oxford student.
Kellogg student's film forms basis of UN's Global Migrant's Day Event
Kubilay Ahmet Küçük's documentary 'Our Only Home' focuses on the long-lasting social issues of migration caused by limited integration policies and persistent racial discrimination.
Dr Katherine Maxwell appointed as a Visiting Fellow
Dr Katherine Maxwell has been appointed as a Visiting Fellow and will be based at the Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation