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The Ngo Human Welfare Prize 2014 has been awarded to Marsha Davison and Erik Burris of the School of Social Work, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (USA), for their paper Transitioning Foster Care Youth and Their Risk for Homelessness: Policy, Program, and Budgeting Shortcomings.

Paul KrugmanVideo and audio podcasts of a panel discussion on the current economic issue of stagnation led by Nobel prize-winning economist Professor Paul Krugman are now available to download.

Professor Fiona PowrieProfessor Fiona Powrie, Sidney Truelove Professor of Gastroenterology, University of Oxford, and a Governing Body Fellow at Green Templeton College, has been elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences.

Viv McWatersNewly-appointed Praxis Visitor Viv McWaters is spending two weeks at Green Templeton exploring how the principles that underpin theatrical improvisation can be translated to business, organisational, community, and academic contexts.

The MiM team at GTCGreen Templeton's Management in Medicine (MiM) Programme was announced as a runner up, narrowly missing out on a prestigious British Medical Journal Award at a ceremony in London last night (Thursday 8 May).

Jacob Almagro-Garcia's winning poster designJacob Almagro-Garcia (DPhil Clinical Medicine) has won the GTC Human Welfare Conference (HWC) 2014 poster competition.

Professor Paul Krugman (Photo courtesy New York Times)Since the mid-1990s, advanced economies have felt prosperous only when experiencing large asset bubbles while real interest rates were trending down. This suggests that the old idea of secular - or economic - stagnation, aggravated by slowing population growth and technological progress, has again become relevant.

Registration is now open for the seventh annual Green Templeton Human Welfare Conference (HWC) on 23 and 24 May.

Green Templeton College members raised over 80kgs in textile donations in just three weeks last month as part of Aspire Oxford's Textile Recycling Challenge.

Professor Sharon BrownieA research project - led by a GTC Visiting Research Associate under the auspices of Green Templeton College's Oxford Praxis Forum initiative - aims to bring new understanding to the complex issue of supporting the reduction of diabetes in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Professor James Lovelock, Senior Visiting Research Fellow at Green Templeton College, has been appointed an Honorary Fellow of the Marine Biological Association (MBA).

Dave Colcutt (right) with Professor Sir David WatsonDave Colcutt, Green Templeton's much-loved Lodge Manager, spent his last day overseeing business in the Porters' Lodge on Friday 28 March, before heading off to a well-deserved retirement.

Seonsam Na (far right) and other members of the Oxford Men's 1st team with the trophyCongratulations to Seonsam Na (DPhil Anthropology) who led the Oxford Men's table tennis team to victory in the 2014 Town v Gown challenge earlier this week.

It was the first time in six years that the Men's 1st team has claimed the trophy over the Town, winning by a score of 7-3.

Dr Kariem Ezzat Ahmed and Dr Jyothis George have been appointed Robert Turner Research Associates at Green Templeton College.

Professor Sir David Watson. Photo: Mim SaxlAs reputation becomes ever more important to universities, higher education institutions should be on the cutting edge of reducing corruption, with a view to eliminating it.

Adam Mars-Jones, novelist, delivered the first Green Templeton lecture 2014Podcasts of three lectures in the recent Green Templeton Tyranny of the Normal lecture series are now available to download from the College website.

The Green Templeton Lectures 2014 welcomed four prominent experts in their fields to explore the notion of ‘normality’ or conformity to certain parameters of behaviour and appearance.

Dr Sian ReesDr Sian Rees has been appointed Director of the Oxford Health Experiences Institute (HEXI).

A joint initiative between Green Templeton College and Oxford University's Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, HEXI is a unique, interdisciplinary research institute dedicated to the understanding of experiences of health, illness and healthcare, and it aims to use this understanding to transform care by influencing healthcare policy, practice and education.

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