Kellogg student helps to evacuate over 7,000 people
Kellogg student Brooks Newmark is currently in Ukraine working with colleagues to evacuate people. He tells us why he decided to drop everything and go to help with the evacuation effort.
DPhil student receives prestigious early-career award
DPhil student Danial Qureshi awarded a highly-competitive Doctoral Research Award from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). The award is one of the most prestigious scholarships available for Canadian doctoral students.
Street Voice: GCHU team sets up Citizens’ Jury on Oxford transport proposals
A team led by Kellogg researchers is organising a Citizens’ Jury to help answer important questions about how people can travel where they need to in Oxford in a climate-friendly way that promotes health.
Senior Tutor Yasmin Khan releases her debut novel 'Edgware Road'
"A gripping mixture of mystery, family drama and insights into the immigrant experience" Waterstones
Kellogg launches inaugural creative writing competition
Kellogg students, Fellows, Research Members of Common Room, Common Room Members and staff are invited to submit entries for the inaugural Kellogg College Creative Writing Competition.
A video message from President Michie for the start of Trinity term
A video message from Kellogg President, Professor Jonathan Michie, welcoming students back to Trinity term.
Professor Jonathan Michie asks, can Government trust universities to deliver?
As we emerge from the Covid-19 crisis, Government should require universities to provide community learning strategies, says Professor Jonathan Michie.
Founding Fellow pays tribute to NHS after Coronavirus Treatment
Kellogg Founding Fellow Professor Malcolm Airs OBE gives thanks to NHS staff at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital, as well as family and friends.