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The BBC Sky at Night team filmed their Review of the Year at Green Templeton, with the gardens, Rotunda and the Radcliffe Observatory all featured throughout. The crew of seven spent an entire day filming in order to create sufficient links and undertake an interview for the programme, that when edited, lasts a mere half an hour.

Green Templeton College student Johanna Koehler, Researcher for the Smith School of Enterprise Water Programme, was invited to join the Global Shapers Community at the World Economic Forum.

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At the 2016 National Dentistry Awards on 25 November, Green College Alumnus Jonathan Worton was awarded "Best Young Dentist". 

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Governing Body Fellow Professor Mary Daly was the keynote speaker at a meeting organised by the charity RESEC (Research in Specialist and Elderly Care) at the House of Lords on Monday November 25th.

GCR Christmas

The outgoing GCR Committee handed the baton over to the incoming Committe at the annual Changeover Dinner in the Observatory. The evening provided an the opportunity for the Principal and members of staff to offer thanks as well as guidance and encouragement for the hard work that the GCR Committee undertakes in enhancing life within the Green Templeton community.

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GTC Research Associate Dr Marco J Haenssgen (in collaboration with GTC Governing Body Fellow Professor Felix Reed-Tsochas) has won two research grants from the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to support socio-medical research in Southeast Asia. Photo: A drug card used in Northern Thailand to study people’s use of antibiotics (Ern Charoenboon)

PharmacyGreen Templeton alumnus, Dr Mahiben Maruthappu, is co-founder of the NHS Innovation Accelerator which has brought about a walk-in pharmacy test of whether somebody with a sore throat needs antibiotics.

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Last Sunday evening, GTC hosted a piano recital by Oxford- based Japanese pianist MAKI SEKIYA. She astonished a rapt audience with a virtuosic performance of music by Chopin and Schumann.

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Governing Body Fellow Professor Mary Daly has been made a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. Professor Daly’s work centres on the analysis of social policy with a particular focus on how different policy arrangements impact on inequality, poverty and welfare. She explores these topics especially from a comparative perspective, examining variations across countries and regions of the world. Family policy and parenting support are two of the fields she has recently written extensively on.

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The Principal of Green Templeton College, together with approximately 30 friends and colleagues of Lord John Walton’s, attended his Memorial Service in St Margaret’s Church, Westminster, on Thursday 3rd November. Lord Walton was the former Warden of Green College, Oxford from 1983-1989. He died aged 93.

Campaign clubfoot

Senior Research Fellow, Professor Chris Lavy, today launches an Oxford 4-week crowdfunding campaign for the Africa Clubfoot Training project. Green Templeton are pleased to support this campaign as part of our mission on human welfare and for pledges of £1,001 or more will host donors for a dinner in the Radcliffe Observatory with Professor Lavy, who is Africa Clubfoot's Training Director, to hear more about the project.

Cycleland1Agne Milukaite graduated from MSc in Migration Studies at GTC in 2013 and co-founded a bike-sharing startup, Cycle.land, launched in Oxford in April 2016, supported by Oxford University Innovation. They recently equity crowdfunded £100,000 to enable them to expand into Bristol, Brighton, Cambridge, Edinburgh and London.

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Mark Graham, Professor of Internet Geography at the Oxford Internet Institute and Research Fellow at Green Templeton, has been awarded a 2016 Philip Leverhulme Prize in Geography.

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Green Templeton Associate Fellow Geoffrey West and Visiting Associate Fellow Robert Glaze recently co-keynoted the European Nonwovens and Synthetic Materials Industry Conference in Madrid.
In their keynote addresses, Robert spoke on: 'The Rise of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Spaceship Earth' whilst Geoffrey spoke on: 'Why Cities Survive and Companies Die'.

Foundation Dinner

200 GTC members and guests gathered for the annual Foundation Dinner last Saturday to toast the Founders of the College, to hear of successes and achievements over the past year and to be enthralled by a fascinating speech from Dame Margaret Hodge on her tireless work as the former Chair of the Public Accounts Committee in calling the powerful to account for their responsibilities to society.

Oxford HalfAs the Oxford Half Marathon draws closer, we’re excited to see what our GTC team has in store. We have quite a few College members running on Sunday, five of whom will be representing GTC in the Oxford Half Marathon’s ‘University Challenge’. The University Challenge is a new category for the Oxford Half. All of the Oxford colleges are allowed to register college staff, students and fellows to represent the college. The four fastest times from the team are added together and the quickest time scoops the University Challenge prize! 

MirjamHow does a conference centred around informal interactions rather than formal presentations help the exchange of exciting ideas and new collaborations between participants?                    

The Oxford Residence Week for Entrepreneurship Scholars - a yearly gathering of leading figures in the field of entrepreneurship research – does conferences differently.               

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