The College is organising a Memorial event to celebrate the life of much loved Fellow and Tutor Dan Lunn, who sadly passed away on 17th February 2019.
A dinner for all those who read Engineering. Personal invitations will be mailed out.
Luke Grenfell-Shaw (2018, Water Science, Policy and Management) had exciting dreams for his future after following his undergraduate degree at Durham: teaching in Russia, embarking on a professional career, and even competing at a high level in triathlons. Everything changed in June of 2018, when he was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cancer than had already spread to his lungs. Luke chose to pursue a one-year Masters degree at Worcester during his treatments, during which he re-evaluated what was most important in life.
All Old Members and their guests are invited to a dinner at the Oxford and Cambridge Club, Pall Mall, London SW1Y.
Gaudy for those who matriculated in 1977, 1978, 1979, and 1962 and earlier.
Eligible recent graduates are invited back to College to take their MA at a special degree ceremony held in the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, followed by lunch in the recently refurbished Hall.
A programme of lectures and presentations will be held over the weekend in Oxford. For more details please visit www.alumni.ox.ac.uk. Our last University Alumni weekend in Oxford in 2018 had more than 100 speakers and over 1,400 guests.
A drinks reception and black-tie Dinner in Hall for those who matriculated in 1969. Accommodation for the night is provided if required at a cost of £48.50, including breakfast in Hall. Personal invitations have been mailed out.
Gardens Day is now fully booked.
Join us for a guided tour of the College Gardens, starting at 11am with coffee in Hall on your arrival. The tour of the gardens will be from 11.30am-12.30pm, followed by drinks on the Nuffield Lawn and lunch in Hall. The event costs £30 per head. Please contact the Development Office to book your place at firstname.lastname@example.org
To mark the Steven Isenberg Junior Research Fellowship, Professor Sir Christopher Ricks will give a talk about Norman Mailer’s literary achievements. This free event in the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre will start at 5pm.
Professor Sir Christopher Ricks will give a presentation on Norman Mailer’s rhythms: his novels and higher journalism – the ways in which great prose, particularly as it attends to heroism, accommodates the cadences of the English heroic line.