Dear Frosted Wheats,
We are coming into the home stretch, with Week 7 bringing us opportunities for intense study as well as relaxation. The first Virtual Academic Writing Group, specifically for students at a distance from Oxford, will take place this Sunday 2-5pm. Stay tuned for further information about how to join that.
The Christ Church Regatta is happening this week. Come down to the Isis Wednesday to Saturday to cheer on the men and women’s novice crews.
And in the midst of your studies, keep the creativity alive and submit a work of art, in any medium, to the Arts Week MCR Exhibition. The exhibition has the theme “Serial: Creativity in Process” and I look forward to seeing the myriad ways in which Kellogg students interpret this. The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, November 22.
Your MCR President,
DPhil lunch Thursday 23rd November – Hall 12:45-1:45pm
Come along and meet your fellow Kellogg DPhil students! No sign up is required, just show up!
DPhil/PhD Application Help Session – Thursday 23rd November, 5pm-6:30pm, Hub
Fellow David Mills will give a talk about what a good DPhil/PhD proposal looks like followed by a Q&A with fellows from various disciplines. There will also be the opportunity to get individual feedback from fellows and fellow students on your application so bring your draft research proposal/statement of purpose/CV along.
Liquid Lounge at Magdalen – Friday 24th November – Meet at Kellogg 8:30pm
This is an opportunity to explore the beautiful Magdalen MCR, located in the medieval cloisters and is a great opportunity for meeting other students. Sign up is required and can be done^( Sign up will close Wednesday 22nd November at 5pm and you will be emailed if you have been allocated a place.
Oxmas Party at Pembroke – Saturday 25th November – Meet at Kellogg 8:30pm
Join us as we celebrate Christmas in style with a proper Oxmas party at Pembroke College together with their MCR and the St John’s MCR. This will be loads of fun and include glühwein, hot chocolate, mince pies, gingerbread and other winter-y yummies! Sign up is required and can be done^( Sign up will close Wednesday 22nd November at 5pm and you will be emailed if you have been allocated a place.
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Theme: “Serial: Creativity in Process”
Proposals Deadline: Wednesday, 22nd November Exhibition Dates: Tuesday, 28th November – Friday, 1st December
The Kellogg College MCR Committee invites you to submit your work to an MCR-run exhibition celebrating the creators of Kellogg College during Arts and Culture Week!
“Serial: Creativity in Process” will highlight creativity as an iterative process, something you have to come back to over time in order to improve. As such, we encourage artists to consider submitting works in progress, work that relates to their research, work that interrogates the creative process, and work that shows their progress as an artist.
We welcome art in any medium that speaks to you: graphic design, photography, painting, video, sculpture, spoken-word, or musical performance. Works will be displayed on easels in the Kellogg College Hub from Tuesday, 28th November to Friday, 1st December. A closing drinks reception will be held on 1st December from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. to allow artists to interact with visitors to the exhibition.
To apply, please send a brief proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org including the medium, a brief description of the piece, and any display needs (easel, projector, floor space, etc.).
Please send questions or concerns to email@example.com.
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Summer Teaching Opportunities
Oxford Summer Courses have now opened applications for Summer 2018! We have both on-course staff and teacher/tutor availability, you can follow this link^( to view the specific job roles and then if you wish, apply for your preferred position. Returning staff will be directed to an email where they just need to register their interest.
If you have any questions please email Hannah the Programme Support,^(
Oxbridge Academic Programmes
Oxbridge Academic Programs leads well-established (est. 1985) academic summer programs for advanced secondary school students in Oxford – the Oxford Tradition, Oxford Prep, and Oxford Seminar. The programs are based in Corpus Christi, Oriel, and Pembroke Colleges. Oxbridge invites applications for teaching positions in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and creative arts. Further information, including a complete list of courses is available online: firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to apply is 15 January 2018.^( . Applicants should be well-qualified graduates who either have obtained or are working towards an appropriate postgraduate qualification (MSc, MPhil, DPhil). To apply email a CV and a brief cover letter to: Justin Bangs, Associate Director of Faculty,