Being a fellow of Green Templeton College

The college brings together an exciting network of internationally-renowned practitioners and researchers across multiple disciplines, with particular emphasis on the areas outlined in our academic profile and strategic plan.

Our Fellows are integral to college life and to the successful delivery of our strategy.

The college has strong links with many university departments; through these links we aim to promote interdisciplinary connections within our community.

We warmly welcome and encourage our Fellows to contribute to college life.

Our fellows

  • Help to raise the public profile of college
  • Serve on standing committees or forums to support the governance and management of the college
  • Act as College Advisers to a small number of graduate students
  • Enhance the college’s networks, including furthering its social, scholarly and fundraising objectives
  • Participate in college activities and flagship events, such as the Green Templeton Lectures
  • Are supported by, and are expected to adhere to, the college’s Code of Conduct.

Benefits of Green Templeton fellowship include

  • Regular academic, social, and networking events
  • College lunches and dinners
  • Access to the Common Room in the historic Radcliffe Observatory, including the adjunct Fellows’ Room
  • The use of a communal Fellows’ workspace
  • Music and other cultural activities
  • Sporting clubs and facilities
  • Eligibility to apply for limited funding to run activities in college through the Academic Small Grants scheme
  • Discounted hire of onsite meeting rooms and accommodation
  • Discounted use of the college punt

All fellowships are conferred by the college’s Governing Body on the recommendation of its Fellowship Committee.


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