Kellogg Colloquium is now accepting presentation proposals from all Kellogg College fellows. We invite scholars, researchers, PhD and MSc students to talk about their research in front of wider academic community.
The Colloquium is an informal seminar series held every term at Kellogg College. In each session, College members present their work, under the heading of a particular theme, to a non-expert audience. The Colloquium allows insight into the wide variety of research that is being conducted at the university and at Kellogg College, and is a fun and relaxed way to learn about a range of new topics – from Education to Genetics, Anthropology to Social Policy.
To present your research during this Trinity Term, please submit your proposal (title and no more than a 100 word abstract, along with a short bio to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Sunday the 28th of May. This term we are planning to organise two or three Colloquia sessions.
The person responsible for Colloquia is Magdalena Góralska, Kellogg scholar, and a student at the Oxford Internet Institute.