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Green Templeton College | Oxford

Green Templeton's 'core' fellowship of 170 academics consists of Governing Body Fellows, Barclay Fellows, Research Fellows and Associate Fellows.

The members in these categories drive Green Templeton's contribution to the Collegiate University in terms of research, teaching, governance, pastoral care, development and outreach.

Download more information about the Green Templeton College senior membership structure.

Governing Body Fellows act as trustees of the charity (including by attending meetings), play an active role in the social and intellectual life of the College, to serve on Committees and undertake College duties such as advising students (and attending collections). This category includes Barclay Fellows. Election is for seven years and is renewable.

Senior Research Fellows demonstrate a research record of the highest order, comparable in distinction with that expected of professors appointed at Oxford and other major research universities. They play an active role in the social and intellectual life of the College, serve on Committees and undertake College duties including advising students (and attending collections). Election is for seven years and is renewable.The College may also elect Visiting Senior Research Fellows for specified periods up to seven years.

Research Fellows are engaging in independent, full-time research in the University of a very high calibre, at a level that appropriately reflects the current stage of their academic careers. They also play an active role in the social and intellectual life of the College, serve on Committees and undertake College duties such as advising students (and attending collections). Election is normally for three or four years and is renewable. The College may also elect Visiting Research Fellows for specified periods up to four years.

Junior Research Fellows are young researchers of exceptional intellectual calibre pursuing independent research in a first substantial paid academic or research appointment.

Associate Fellows are appointed by the Governing Body to help meet its objective by drawing on a measure of seniority and distinction in the different communities the College wishes to engage with (for example, the professions, business, the not-for-profit sector, public affairs) or by undertaking particular renumerated tasks. These include the Joan and Richard Doll Fellows, who contribute to medical teaching.

Election is for three years. The Governing Body may also elect Visiting Associate Fellows for specified periods. Both Associate and Visiting Associate Fellows may be asked to undertake College duties including advising students (and attending collections).

The GTC Fellowship is administered by , PA to the Principal.

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