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gtcperforms'GTC Performs!' enlivened an otherwise grey evening last Sunday 19 June with another inspirational and varied programme of music by members of the wider Green Templeton College community.


Green Templeton College will aim to become the fastest college in the Oxford Half Marathon's 'University Challenge'. Thus far, seven people have signed up to represent the College in the race this October.

Following a draw for four free spaces to run with the Green Templeton College team over the 13.2 mile course around the city students Kate Milne and Alistair Martin, fellow Alex Betts, and staff member Andy Phelps will be among these team members. 


We’d like to congratulate GTC alumnus, Philip Mosley (Clinical Medicine, 2004) for being awarded a $500,000 research grant from the Queensland state government.

residence week 2016Leading figures in the field of the economics of entrepreneurship and innovation are meeting for a week of research and discussion and to exchange exciting ideas at an 'informal' conference hosted at Green Templeton College from 4 to 8 July 2016.

siu recitalThe Common Room in the Radcliffe Observatory was filled with the sound of classical piano music last Sunday evening at a recital for College members and guests.

Twitter for academicsA new guide to social media platform Twitter and how academics can use it effectively for networking, outreach and profile raising has been published by Green Templeton alumna Dr Jojo Scoble (Zoology 2008).

GTBCStartThe 2016 Summer VIIIs was a stellar event for Green Templeton Boat Club, who had two racing women’s crews and one men’s crew.

Vijay Pam and Peter TufanoGreen Templeton MBA student Vijay Pamu has led the Saïd Business School MBA cricket team to first place in the prestigious annual MBA Tournament 2016 held at HEC Paris between 5 and 7 May.

A video podcast of a panel discussion, led by the distinguished economist Professor Avinash Dixit, which explored reasons behind the rapid growth of emerging market multinationals over the last three decades, is now available to download.

ems young peopleThe Emerging Markets Symposium at Green Templeton College is launching its report on Young People in Emerging Markets this morning (Tuesday 24 April) at the House of Lords.

The report sets out the findings and recommendations of the 2016 Symposium, which met last January in Oxford to consider the specific needs of young people in order to sustain economic growth, social cohesion and political stability.

Congratulations to Laura Lamont (MSc History of Science, Medicine and Technology) who won a commendation for her poem 'birdcalls' in the Oxford University Poetry Society Martin Starkie Awards 2016.

One of 20 poems on the shortlist for the annual Martin Starkie Prize, 'birdcalls' was one of six commended poems chosen by judge Jane Yeh.

A poem by Green Templeton Masters student Laura Lamont (MSc History of Science, Medicine and Technology) has been shortlisted for the Oxford University Poetry Society Martin Starkie Prize 2016.

TedxOxbridgeGreen Templeton MBA student Stephen Robert Morse is one of the speakers at a prestigious event which is set to explore novel and curious ideas in fields such as media, technology, social enterprise, sustainability, arts and more.

Felix Reed-TsochasCongratulations to Green Templeton Fellow Professor Felix Reed-Tsochas who has won an Oxford University Student Union Teaching Award 2016.

Felix (pictured above left at the awards ceremony) received the Outstanding Graduate Supervisor in Social Sciences Award which was presented at a ceremony on 3 May at Oxford Town Hall.

It is with great sadness that Green Templeton has learned of the death of Lord Walton of Detchant, Warden of the former Green College 1983-1989, on 21 April 2016 at the age of 93.

A free-thinking medical pioneer, who made major contributions to the medicine of his day and clocked up a number of 'firsts' in a remarkable career, is the subject of a new biography by Green Templeton alumnus and Common Room Member Professor Max Blythe.

Pioneering Physician: The Life of Charles Fletcher 1911-1995 (Words by Design, 2016) is based on a series of recorded interviews by Max in the early 1980s in which Fletcher recounted his life in detail.

Charles HandyThis year’s Rosemary Stewart Memorial Lecture is now available to watch on YouTube.

The lecture was held on 17 March at the Said Business School to honour of the late Rosemary Stewart, who was an avid researcher, writer, professor and a Green Templeton Honorary Fellow. The lecture was presented by Charles Handy, an old friend of Rosemary Stewart.

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