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The new issue of the Green Templeton Human Welfare: An International Journal of Graduate Research is now available online.

Volume Four features six papers with topics ranging from the relevance of patient mood and happiness to the doctor-patient relationship, to climate/environmental migration and the development benefits of integrating aid and trade policies.

Sheila KitzingerGreen Templeton College has launched a new five-year academic programme of events in honour of social anthropologist and feminist campaigner Sheila Kitzinger.

The Sheila Kitzinger Programme at Green Templeton will facilitate future research to build on Sheila's work, her many interests and the concerns she championed. Sheila was an energetic campaigner across a broad range of issues and saw her academic research as the evidence base for action to achieve social and medical change.  

ems2016Participants in the Emerging Markets Symposium 2016 on Young People and the Future of Emerging Markets concluded that governments' failure to understand the mind sets of young people, master intergenerational communications and take measures to preserve the planet for future generations is extremely short sighted.

The theme for the ninth annual Green Templeton Human Welfare Conference 2016 has been announced as 'Inequalities and Human Welfare' and the call for papers is now open.

Xiaolan FuProfessor Xiaolan Fu, a Green Templeton Governing Body Fellow, has been invited to join a group of advisors to the United Nations' new Technology Facilitation Mechanism (TFM).

Living by NumbersGreen Templeton College has announced that its 2016 lecture series will focus on the nature of developments associated with Big Data and the implications for core aspects of everyday life.

jellybeansHealthy men and women will be asked to consume sweets and fizzy drinks for a new University of Oxford study led by Professor Leanne Hodson, a Green Templeton Research Fellow.

Professor Bulstrode in AfghanisatnCongratulations to Professor Christopher Bulstrode, Emeritus Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Emeritus Fellow of Green Templeton College, who has been appointed Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for services to humanitarian medicine in the New Year's Honours list 2016.

Radcliffe Observatory sunset
Green Templeton College will be closed from 5pm on Tuesday 22 December 2015 until 8.30am on Monday 4 January 2016.

The Porter's Lodge will close at midday on Thursday 24 December and will reopen for business as usual 7am Monday 4 January 2016.

Green Templeton alumnus Louwai Muhammed (Clinical Medicine, 2011) has set up a website to support Syrian medical students.

Abe Bailey dinnerOn Wednesday 9 December, Green Templeton hosted a lively dinner in the Radcliffe Observatory for the 'Abes', 18 young South African students and junior academics who are part of the Abe Bailey Trust travel bursary scheme 2015.

landingacademicGreen Templeton College – in partnership with the Blavatnik School of Government – has announced a scholarship for a highly-ranked candidate on the Master of Public Policy.

Abhishek MittalCongratulations to Green Templeton MBA student Abhishek Mittal who has been elected to membership of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA).

Nic bluesvcroatiaIt's one of the highlights of the annual sporting calendar - and this year's clash between the Oxford and Cambridge rugby teams in the Varsity Match at Twickenham is highly likely to include a Green Templeton player, as five College members have been named in the Men's and Women's squads.

Stephen Robert Morse

In a blog for the Financial Times, Green Templeton MBA student Stephen Robert Morse (pictured above second right) from New York is chronicling his intensive year of study at the Saïd Business School, providing a personal perspective on the academic and extra-curricular activities that make up the 'Oxford experience'.

Teaching Awards 2015 recpetion at Rhodes House
Four Green Templeton College members have received awards in recognition of their excellent teaching.

Last year, Green Templeton College Emeritus Fellow Keith Frayn was awarded the 2014 British Nutrition Foundation Prize by HRH the Princess Royal, the Foundation’s Patron, for his ‘distinguished contributions to nutrition’.

This year he was asked to give the annual British Nutrition Foundation lecture, which was livestreamed and is now available to watch online.

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