Kellogg will become the center of codebreaking history June 5 - June 9 with a week of activities, talks and displays in a collaboration with Bletchley Park. The full schedule of activities can be found here. Highlights include: Enigma machine demonstration Bletchley Park Coach Trip & Tour - more information and booking here Talk by Sir Dermot Turing, Bletchley Trustee and nephew of Bletchley codebreaker Alan Turin Talk by historical [...]
Can you think of a student at Kellogg who has made an outstanding contribution to college life this year? This could be for cultural, academic, sporting, social, welfare or other services. Do you think they deserve thanks and formal recognition for their achievements? Then why not nominate them for an Excellence Award, saying why you think their efforts have made a difference to students at Kellogg? All current students are [...]
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 [...]
Have deadline? Meet it with some positive peer pressure. The Academic Writing Group will meet twice a week in Trinity Term starting on 25 April. Tuesdays, 1:45-4:45 and Wednesdays, 9:30-12:30 in the Stopforth Metcalfe Room. Tea, Coffee and biscuits provided. The session is broken into two blocks. In each, set yourself a writing, reading or research goal that you can accomplish in 1h 15min, share it with your neighbour and [...]
We are looking for a female student who would like to participate in a speaker’s panel before the Guest Night Dinner on the 8th of March in honour of International Women’s Day. The panel discussion will be about the big issues and problems facing women today. If you are interested in joining this panel, please send a short email to the MCR VP, Claire Macht with a brief statement on [...]
The Kellogg is MCR is proud to support the Oxford Students Refugee Campaign! If you are a Kellogg student and want to support this great cause get in contact with the Charities and Campaigns Officer. Alternatively, you can also set up a direct donation to the Campaign here.
The MCR reading collection is now available in the MCR. True crime, modern literature, biography, classics and everything in between can already be found on the shelves. Books can be borrowed in good faith, with the expectation that they will be returned or another book donated to replace it. New donations will be accepted at any time. They can be left at reception, for the attention of the MCR Academic [...]
We're building an MCR reading collection! Donations of books you might otherwise be giving to charity shops, a favourite read you want to share, or books you don't want to haul back home with you at the end of the year can be left at reception for the attention of the MCR Academic Officer. Read more about the collection, its origins and where you can find it here.