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Professor Denise LievesleyDenise Lievesley CBE, Professor of Social Statistics and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy at King's College London, has been elected as the next Principal of Green Templeton College (GTC), Oxford University.

We are thrilled to annouce that GTBC's women's first eight have just beaten Wadham W1, this year's Torpid's Head of the River, in a time trial and will be representing Oxford University at the Henley Boat Races on 5 April! This is an incredible achievement and a dream for any rower.


The World's ChildPodcasts of Green Templeton College’s 2015 lecture series, “The World’s Child,” are now available to download on the GTC website.

Dr Paul Brankin (seated centre) with the MiM Steering Committee)Dr Paul Brankin, a Green Templeton College Associate Fellow, has been named a Distinguished Friend by the University of Oxford.

The Distinguished Friend of Oxford Award scheme was initiated in 1997 as a way to formally recognise individuals who have acted as exceptional volunteers for the benefit of the University, its colleges and departments.  

Lady Mary verneyThe College is sad to learn of the death of Lady Mary Verney, a Green Templeton College Radcliffe Common Room Member, who died peacefully on 20 February following some months of poor health.

Mary Verney (née Vestey), is the widow of Sir Ralph Bruce Verney, who was formerly the Chair of the Radcliffe Trust and Honorary Fellow of Green College.

Ever wondered about medical words, where they come from, what they mean, and how they've changed over time?

If so, help is at hand from GTC Emeritus Fellow Professor Jeff Aronson, who has launched a blog for the British Medical Journal (BMJ), looking at the history of medical words and phrases.

Professor Linda ScottGTC Fellow Linda Scott, who is the DP World Chair for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Saïd Business School, has been named one of the top 50 thinkers in the world by Prospect magazine.

Sir Douglas HagueThe College is sad to learn of the death of Professor Sir Douglas Hague CBE, Honorary Fellow of Green Templeton College, who passed away peacefully at home on Sunday 1 February, aged 88.

watson introIt is with immense sadness that Green Templeton College announces the death of its Principal, Professor Sir David Watson, who passed away on Sunday 8 February after a short illness.

Rebecca SurenderDr Rebecca Surender, a Green Templeton College Governing Body Fellow, has been appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor (without portfolio) and Advocate for Diversity of the University of Oxford from 1 February 2015.

Dr irvine LoudonIt is with sadness that Green Templeton has learned of the passing of Honorary Fellow Dr Irvine Loudon, a distinguished medical historian and artist, who died peacefully in Wantage Hospital on 7 January 2015.

Shuakat Aziz at the launch of EMS 2015Fifty leading international policy experts and practitioners gathered in Oxford last weekend (16-18 January) for the Emerging Markets Symposium (EMS) 2015 on Ageing in Emerging Markets.

They came from more than 20 emerging market and high income countries and included specialists in gerontology, economics, finance, sociology, anthropology, medicine, health policy and social policy, and senior figures from the worlds of politics, business and civil society.

Green Templeton has said a fond farewell to Freya Howe, the College's first apprentice, who has just landed an exciting new role at another Oxford college.

The World's ChildThe changing nature of childhood and the response of the 'adult world' to this is the focus of Green Templeton's 2015 flagship lecture series which begins on Monday 26 January.

The call for papers for the Green Templeton Human Welfare Conference 2015 - which takes place on 1 and 2 May 2015 - is now open.

The Green Templeton Christmas coffee morning and sale, and Fellows' Christmas dinner raffles have raised an amazing £1456 for the College Student Hardship Fund.

Dr Jeff Aronson (left) receives his awardGTC Emeritus Fellow Dr Jeffrey Aronson has been awarded an honorary fellowship by the British Pharmacological Society.

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