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  • GTC Human Welfare Conference 2012: call for papers

    Crisis? What Crisis? Human Welfare in the Balance is the theme of Green Templeton's Human Welfare Conference on Friday 11 and Saturday 12 May 2012. ...
  • States in Crisis announced as theme for GT Lectures 2012

    What are the pressures affecting the state in different parts of the world in the 21st century?This question is the focus of the Green Templeton Lectures 2012 which take as their theme 'States in Crisis'. ...
  • Professor Sir David Watson delivers SRHE Presidential Address

    Professor Sir David Watson, Principal of Green Templeton College and Honorary President of the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE), gave the Presidential Address at the Society's Annual Conference 2011 last night (7 December) at Celtic Manor...
  • Cheerful stores drive away stressed-out Christmas shoppers

    In the weeks before Christmas, many shoppers will be feeling unduly stressed by the preparations of the approaching holiday season. New research by Nancy Puccinelli, GTC Visiting Fellow and Associate Fellow at the Saïd Business School, shows that this st...
  • FT webchat with Linda Scott at 1pm Thursday 8 December

    GTC Fellow Professor Linda Scott is doing a webchat on the Financial Times's Women in Business Education pages tomorrow, Thursday 8 December, at 1pm GMT. ...
  • What now for the media in Libya?

    Professor Robert G Picard, GTC Research Fellow and Director of Research at the Reuter's Institute for the Study of Journalism, has been asked to provide advice the Libyan National Transitional Council on restructuring the country's media system, media reg...
  • Research grant for innovative project to improve patient care

    Dr Louise Locock, GTC Research Fellow based in the University of Oxford's Department of Primary Health Care Sciences, has been awarded a research grant of just over £300,000 by the National Institute for Health Research. ...
  • Friday deadline for GTC Research Fellowships' applications

    The deadline for applications for a series of new Research Fellowships and Senior Research Fellowships at Oxford's newest graduate college is fast approaching. ...
  • New lecture podcasts available to download

    If you missed the opportunity to hear two high-profile speakers in person when they visited Green Templeton recently, you can now download podcasts of their lectures from the GTC website. ...
  • 'First Night' of the GTC Proms

    An appreciative audience of College members packed the Common Room in the Radcliffe Observatory to enjoy a varied programme of music by Handel, Brahms and Schumann, amongst others at the inaugural GTC Proms concert on Sunday night. ...
  • GTC student elected to Oxford University Students Union

    Suzanne Holsomback (MPhil Social and Cultural Anthropology) has been elected as Vice President (Women) of the Oxford University Student Union (OUSU). This is the first time that a Green Templeton student has been elected to this important Oxford student ...
  • New GCR Committee 2011-2012 takes office

    The new Green Templeton GCR Committee for 2011- 2012 has been announced, following the election. Succeeding Aaron Krolikowski as GCR President is Ouleye Ndoye (MSc Migration Studies). ...
  • Future of Work prize 2011 awarded to Melanie Bunce

    Green Templeton DPhil student Melanie Bunce (Politics and International Relations) has been awarded the second annual Ngo Future of Work Prize 2011. ...
  • A question of morale: GTC hosts Church of England workshop

    Green Templeton played host to seven bishops from the Church of England today (Wednesday 9 November) when they attended a seminar to discuss institutional morale led by Professor Sir David Watson, Principal of the College. ...
  • Diana Forsythe Award for innovation study

    Green Templeton alum Dr Maja Korica, and Dr Eamonn Molloy, an Associate Fellow of the Saïd Business School and former GTC Fellow, have won the prestigious 2011 Diana Forsythe Award . ...
  • Lindy Castell to present inaugural Eric Newsholme Memorial Lecture

    Green Templeton College Visiting Research Fellow Lindy Castell is presenting the first Eric Newsholme Memorial Lecture, on Saturday 19 November in Morristown, New Jersey. ...
  • Oxford Preservation Trust Award for Rewley Abbey restoration project

    The restoration by Green Templeton College of Rewley Abbey wall and watergate, which was overgrown and falling down, has been recognised by an award by the Oxford Preservation Trust (OPT). ...
  • Successful international rowing debut for GTBC

    The GTC men's coxed four which took part in the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, USA, finished 21st out of 50 competitors and completed the 3.2 miles upstream course in 18 minutes and 31.33 seconds. ...
  • GTC welcomes new practitioner in residence

    Dr Sue Colley is the new 2011 Praxis Visiting Research Associate and this term's practitioner in residence under the Templeton Education and Charity Trust (TECT)/Oxford Praxis Forum initiatives. ...
  • Bids please! Contemporary glass up for charity auction

    Two stunning pieces of original contemporary glass, specially commissioned for the GTC Charity Dinner, are to be auctioned at the College this Friday 28 October. ...

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