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It is with great sadness that Green Templeton College has learned of the death of Emeritus Fellow Dr Wattie Fletcher who passed away on 17 September at the age 82 after a period of ill health.

D3S 8140The third weekend of September saw 29 alumni and their guests returning to College from as far afield as Australia to renew old friendships and make new friends at the annual Alumni Reunion. 


bubblenutwash_logo.pngGTC student, Irina Fedorenko and alumnus, Manas Nanda have co-founded a company which to its very core reflects the human welfare ethos of Green Templeton College.

Aase VilladsenGreen Templeton is saying a big 'thank you' to Aase Villadsen (DPhil Social Intervention) who has stepped down from her role as Junior Dean after almost three years.

It is with sadness that Green Templeton College has learned of the death of Associate Fellow Professor Paul Robertson on 26 July 2016 at the age of 63 after a period of ill health.

beingabeastA best-selling book by Green Templeton College Associate Fellow Dr Charles Foster is set to be adapted for the big screen, as the global film rights have been acquired by Sovereign Films.

Being A Beast - published earlier this year to rave reviews - details Charles Foster's brave and attempt to find out what is was really like to be a beast and to explore the life of animals in order to better understand their world and also our own.

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Green Templeton College Clinical Medicine students have won more than half of this year’s eight Hobson Mann Lovel Scholarships. 

Fellows at Green Templeton College shared their latest ideas and research focus at the most recent GTC symposium.

Fifteen fellows in all came together to present on a variety of topics, demonstrating the breadth of GTC's academic interests, from management studies, to medicine and healthcare, and social sciences.

NdukanaGreen Templeton student Ndakuna Fonso Amidou has been named the UK's top black student in the Rare Rising Star awards 2016.

Professor Mark GrahamGreen Templeton warmly congratulates Research Fellow Mark Graham who has been conferred the title of Professor of Internet Geography at the University of Oxford following the University's recent recognition of distinction exercise.

As Andy Murray celebrates his second Wimbledon singles title, a Green Templeton alumnus is hoping that the allure of the world-famous grass court tournament will help boost sales of his invention that aims to teach the perfect topspin, one of the most difficult but most effective shots in tennis.

The shock decision to leave the EU following the UK referendum last month means that Brexit has provided one certainty - and that is uncertainty.

Green Templeton Research Fellow Professor Alexander Betts is one of the winners of the first University of Oxford Vice Chancellor's Awards for Public Engagement with Research.

Gary FordGreen Templeton College has elected a number of academics and experts to the ranks of its fellowship.

The College's academic mission focuses on understanding and enhancing human welfare in the contemporary world, with core scholarly strengths based in medicine and healthcare, management and a range of social sciences.

The recent referendum on the UK's membership of the EU has revealed a country profoundly divided in opinion and to proceed with leaving Europe risks creating permanent division between different generations and social classes, says a Green Templeton College Emeritus Fellow.

Nautilus Award winners 2016Twenty-one Green Templeton students have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to College and University life with Nautilus Awards.

Nautilus Awards are given to students for exceptional achievement in their academic studies, sport and in the life of the College.

Ruth LosebyThe Green Templeton Principal's Prize has been awarded to Ruth Loseby, Academic Projects Manager, in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the activities and development of the College.

Ruth was presented with the Prize at the College Summer Garden Party today (Saturday 25 June) by the Principal Professor Denise Lievesley.

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