Montana Butsch studied Education Research Methodology at St Edmund Hall, Oxford from 2002 to 2004. He's now an entrepreneur and has founded two organisations supporting teenagers from low-income families.
Hear from Asha de Vos, marine conservationist and part of the BBC 100 women 2018 list, about her time in Oxford and her career so far.
AI will greatly amplifies what humans can achieve, so will it be good or bad for our planet's sustainability? Professor Peter Dauvergne discusses.
Jason Arora (St John's, 2005) studied medicine at Oxford University and now works on developing a new system for value-based healthcare. We interviewed him for our online magazine, QUAD.
The University shop's Christmas card selection is available now. From colleges to iconic scenes, you can find a card to suit you.
We're heading to Japan for the next Meeting Minds alumni weekend, from 22-24 March 2019.
We spoke to alumna Asha de Vos (Lincoln College, 2003) about how a giant pile of floating whale poop inspired her to work in the conservation of blue whales in Sri Lanka.
"I think when you live somewhere beautiful it inspires creativity." We spoke to artist Emma Bennett about her new book: The Oxford Art Book.
Join Professor Roger Davies, who led the UK’s participation in the development of the twin 8m Gemini telescopes in Hawaii and Chile, for the 2020 total solar eclipse in Argentina. This two week tour starts in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, home of the tango. Fly south to the endless steppes, sparkling lakes, and wooded mountains of Welsh Patagonia, before experiencing the eclipse from the northern Argentine Lake District. Totality is at 13:05 on 14 December 2020, with high summer maximising the chance of clear skies.
Experience the spectacular Oberammergau Passion Play which is performed just once every ten years. Enhanced by lectures from our expert trip scholar, this is a rare chance to gain a deeper understanding of this very special event and the religious and historical events which led to the play’s first performance in 1634.
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