We welcomed nearly 1600 alumni and friends to Oxford for a stimulating Alumni Weekend.
The Meeting Minds timetable includes a handy map of Oxford, locations of all Meeting Minds events and other useful information for the Weekend.
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21 April - 4 may 2018
Take an Oxford Journey through Sri Lanka with zoologist Dr Andrew Kittle and ecologist Anjali Watson, research partners with Oxford's WildCRU
Applications are now open for all graduate courses starting in 2018-19. With a range of new courses and new part-time options available, there are over 320 masters’ and doctoral level courses on offer.
Explore how Rhodes Women have made a difference across different sectors and regions with a panel of notable alumnae chaired by Ngaire Woods (New Zealand & Balliol, 1987)
4pm, Saturday 16 September. Tickets are £10
Lionel Barber, speaker at the Meeting Minds: Alumni Weekend in Oxford, discusses the the impact of social media, and how the Financial Times continues to respond to the digital age.
Lionel Barber discusses the changing media landscape, the impact of social media, and how the award-winning Financial Times continues to respond to the digital age. The FT’s editor warns about fake news and refers to past propaganda – subjects he will address on Saturday 16 September 2017 at the Alumni Weekend in Oxford (book online to secure your place at this session).
Join Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, and Sir Nigel Shadbolt, leading artificial intelligence (AI) researcher, as they discuss how computer science has changed all our lives and what the future holds for the Web and AI.
9.30am, 16 September 2017, part of Meeting Minds in Oxford
Choose from more than 40 family events at Oxford’s gardens, libraries and museums this summer.
Don’t forget your Oxford Alumni Card to enjoy concessionary rates and discounts.
How do you mend broken organs? How do you make body armour out of silk? What are the challenges of a green economy?
These are just some of the questions you'll hear answered by Oxford researchers at Meeting Minds in Oxford, 15-17 September. All talks are £10