On Thursday the 15th of September, Somerville College and the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development hosted Indian Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan, and his delegation as part of his visit to the UK.
Current President of the Oxford University Brass Band, Nathan Mattock (Chemistry, 2013) reports on their recent tour across Europe.
On the last day of August, we marked the end of a six month project to photograph, catalogue and re-curate the Amelia Edwards Pots Collection with a visit by our benefactor Dr John Wells and a pop-up exhibition of the collection in its new boxing.
Somerville’s Fellow and Tutor in English Literature, Professor Fiona Stafford, has published a widely acclaimed new book titled The Long Long Life of Trees.
Somerville’s Lecturer in Music and Philosophy, Dr Toby Young, has been awarded a Knowledge Exchange Fellowship at The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) for his project titled Transforming the Operatic Voice.
Baroness Shriti Vadera (PPE, 1981), Chairman of Santander UK and Somerville alumna, is said to be leading the way in post Brexit Banking – the Financial Times labelling her ‘Baroness Brexit’ and ‘the queen of the City’s Brexit response effort.’
Somerville’s Professor of Conservation Biology and Director of the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development, Alex Rogers, has received national media coverage for his most recent expeditions to deep-sea Burmuda and West Scotland.
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