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Neuroscientist talks about the impact of digital technologies and her student days at Oxford
As President of OUS Shenzhen and Oxford Education Society’s Country Champion for Southern China, I was invited by the Shajing Sub-district Teaching Research Centre of Bao'an District Shenzhen to talk about my experiences at Oxford and the UK as a whole.
More than 300 teachers from public and private schools in Shajing, government officials and representatives from different industries attended the event earlier this month.
There are a growing number of Oxford Alumni from Kazakhstan and, as an Area Representative for the Oxford Alumni Society, I organised an informal dinner in one of the popular cafes of Almaty over the summer.
Despite people's busy schedules, three alumni attended. All of us had a wonderful time reminiscing moments of joy and enlightenment at Oxford and I hope that with the further growth of alumni in the country, I will be able to register as a full Alumni Society branch sometime in future.
More than 300 people attended a public lecture at the University of Swinburne to hear Roger Davies, Oxford’s Philip Wetton Professor of Astrophysics and Director of the Centre for Astrophysical Surveys, on the evening of Friday, 4 September.
The general lecture was entitled 'Galaxies and Black Holes', and gave an overview of the properties of galaxies and black holes. The abstract is below. The appreciative audience ranged in age from a retired Vice Chancellor in his eighties, to university students and school children as young as ten.
British flair from Windsor Castle in Munich. The Queen’s Six Concert at the Theatinerkirche at the end of August was the crowning finale of the British Ensemble’s successful Germany Tour. Oxford Alumni Society Members and their guests were delighted to be there. From the front rows of a spectacularly crowded church, we could fully engage in a both captivating and sophisticated musical performance.
Book now for our political sessions on the Eurozone, coalition governments and the keynote lecture from the Chancellor
On 27 August 2015 we once again gave our ‘Farewell to Freshers’ in honour of the latest generation of Victorians going up to Oxford. The generous hospitality of the Boston Consulting Group not only provided us with a fine setting, refreshments, and a beautiful 52nd floor view: it also reminded us all of the exciting career opportunities that await those with the Oxford advantage. Some 40 alumni and freshers were in attendance.
Book now for sessions covering medical breakthroughs, technological innovation and combating disease
Register now to attend a panel session discussing the critical role of scientific research in conservation