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Congratulations to Andreas Birkbak (MSc Social Science of the Internet 2010) who has been awarded a prestigious 'elite researcher' travel grant worth 300.000 DKK (about £33,000) from the Danish government to support his PhD thesis research at Aalborg University in Copenhagen over the next two years.

Lord Walton (right) with Professor Sir Michael Rawlings

The Gold Medal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2014 has been presented to Lord Walton of Detchant by Professor Sir Michael Rawlins, President of the RSM, at the Society's House, London W1.

Following Dr Stuart Basten's recognition by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) for the outstanding economic and social impact of his research, an interview with him about his award-winning work - partly filmed at Green Templeton College - is live on the ESRC website.

GTC Principal Professor Sir David Watson calls for a new approach to higher education in a new Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) occasional paper, Only Connect: Is there still a higher education sector?, published today (Thursday 24 July 2014.)

Clinical Medicine student Rachel Carey has been awarded the Emanoel Lee Prize 2014 for her account of three months working at the Ndi Moyo Palliative Care Centre in Salima, near Lake Malawi in Malawi.

Green Templeton College is saddened to learn of the death of Professor Alan Rugman who passed away suddenly on Monday 7 July.

A newborn baby in Brazil has head circumference measured as part of the study

New-born babies born to healthy well-educated and well-nourished mothers are a remarkably similar size the world over, a new study co-authored by GTC Fellow Professor Stephen Kennedy has shown.

Professor Felix Reed-TsochasA new study suggests that Facebook users select apps on the basis of what their friends have recently adopted, rather than using Facebook's equivalent of a 'best-seller' list of apps.

The Global Health Research Process Map, the first digital toolkit designed to enable researchers anywhere in the world to conduct rigorous global health research, has been launched today (Tuesday 8 July) at the Wellcome Trust in London by the Global Health Network, whose Director Trudie Lang is a Research Fellow at Green Templeton College.

Professor Ingrid Lunt at the IAAP presentation in Paris

Professor Ingrid Lunt, Vice-Principal of Green Templeton College, has received the award for distinguished professional contributions to the international advancement of psychology 2014 from the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP).

Sam (left) and Seonsam (right) with the table tennis Cuppers trophyGreen Templeton College has won the table tennis Cuppers tournament after GTC students Sam Lin (MSc Water Science, Policy and Management) and Seonsam Na (DPhil Anthropology) overcame Mansfield College 3-1 in the final yesterday (Sunday 22 June).

Naultilus prizewinners

Twenty-two GTC students have received Nautilus Awards from Green Templeton in recognition of their exceptional achievements and contribution to the vibrant life of the student community over the last academic year.

Michale Pirie (right) recieves the Principal's PrizeThe Principal's Prize 2014 has been awarded to Green Templeton head gardener Michael Pirie in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the activities and development of the College.

Sven Jungmann (MSC Public Policy) has been awarded the Green Templeton Dame Ida Mann Essay Prize 2014 for his essay Disease Eradication Ventures as Drivers of Health Systems Innovation.

First prize in the GTC Photography Competition 2014 has been awarded to staff member Debbie Tolond (Fees Administrator) whose entry caught Food and Beverage Manager Gary Strivens in a quiet moment in the dining room checking tables before the lunch service.

GTC Research Fellow Dr Stuart Basten has been recognised by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) for the outstanding economic and social impact of his research in the second annual ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize.

The Ngo Human Welfare Prize 2014 has been awarded to Marsha Davison and Erik Burris of the School of Social Work, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (USA), for their paper Transitioning Foster Care Youth and Their Risk for Homelessness: Policy, Program, and Budgeting Shortcomings.

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