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The May mizzle brought out the vibrancy of the garden colours at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford this week for our lunchtime walk. ☔ 🌸

Meet the friendly LMH ducks who showed us around! 🦆🦆 ⬇️

The Oxford Union has hosted a vast array of speakers over the years, making it one of the most famous debating societies in the world! 🎤

Founded in 1823, the Union has promoted freedom of speech, hosted conversations that matter, and challenged public figures for nearly 200 years.

As the Union approaches its Bicentenary in 2023, they are looking forward to welcoming alumni Life Members to a series of special commemorative events that celebrate the Union’s past and look to its future.

Stay in touch by joining their alumni mailing list:➡️ https://oxford-union.org/alumni/
How many of these sustainable practices have you adopted in your garden?

🐞 Commit to organic pest control
♻️ Reuse resources
💧 Harvest water
🥕Grow vegetables

Next Tuesday, 17 May at 2pm, Trinity College, Oxford Head Gardener Kate Burtonwood will be offering tips for how you can easily introduce sustainable practices in your garden.

Register now for this free event hosted by Oxford Climate Alumni Network: ➡️ bit.ly/OxCANGardening

📷 Tejvan Pettinger, Trinity Wildflower meadow
‘The ongoing loss and degradation of nature and its biodiversity are amongst the greatest challenges of our time.’🍃

This week The Leverhulme Centre for Nature Recovery is formally launched. The £10 million Centre will tackle the challenge of halting and reversing this loss of biodiversity.

Read more about how the centre will support cross-disciplinary research: ➡️ bit.ly/LeverhulmeNature
Oxford is home to some of the greatest natural science collections in the world! 🎉

Oxford University Museum of Natural History holds over 7 MILLION historical and modern specimens including:

🐜 FIVE million insects
🦖 Megalosaurus bucklandii - the world's first scientifically described dinosaur
🙁 Oxford Dodo - and the only surviving remains of the extinct dodo.

Find out how state-of-the-art digitisation methods are ensuring the survival of these collections for future generations, and making them available to audiences all around the world! 🌎

Read full QUAD article: ➡️ bit.ly/OxDigitisation

📷 gnomonic, Flickr
QUAD: Russian invasion in Ukraine: an alumni perspective

Andriy Tymoshenko (Kellogg College, 2014), who works as Head of Management Consulting for KPMG and is the alumni leader of Oxford University Ukrainian Society, shares his experience of the atrocities happening in Ukraine.

Read how Andriy is helping with the evacuation of refugees: ➡️ bit.ly/OUSUkraine
📚Book of the week📚

It was a close vote this month but the summer read choice of our Book Club members is 'Gun Island' by Amitav Ghosh (St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford , 1978)

Goodreads says: 'It is the story of a world on the brink, of increasing displacement and unstoppable transition. But it is also a story of hope, of a man whose faith in the world and the future is restored by two remarkable women.'

The reading period starts on 27 May so join Book Club today ➡️ http://bit.ly/OxBookClub
Alumni stories: 'I created a resilience to bounce back when things didn't go according to plan.'

Following a spectacular win at this year's The Boat Race, Oxford Blue Boat champion and Olympian Angus Groom (St Catherine's College, Oxford, 2021) shares his journey from international athlete to blending academia with rowing. 🚣‍♂️

Which does Angus think is harder, training with Oxford University Boat Club or Team GB?

Read full interview to find out! bit.ly/QUADAngusGroom

📷 Row360 Benedict Tufnell
We are delighted that alumna Professor Irene Tracey (Merton, 1985) has been nominated as Oxford's next Vice-Chancellor.🎉

Currently Warden of Merton College, Oxford, Professor Tracey is a renowned neuroscientist whose research on the neuroscience of pain has contributed to a better understanding of pain perception and the representation of pain in the brain.

She was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to Medical Research by Her Majesty The Queen in 2022.

Professor Tracey said of her nomination:
'I am delighted that from next year, having already been an academic leader and college head at Oxford, I will have the chance to further give back to a university that I ardently believe in, and to my home city that I dearly love'

Read more ➡️https://bit.ly/IreneTraceyVC
The University of Oxford has launched a graduate scholarship scheme offering targeted support to refugees from Ukraine.

The Graduate Scholarship Scheme for Ukraine Refugees has been set up with the aim of providing further academic training for well-qualified graduates from Ukraine whose lives have been badly impacted by war and enable these refugee scholars to better contribute to the reconstruction of their country.

Find out more: https://bit.ly/3P7het5
Which do you think there are more of?

⭐Stars in the Milky Way galaxy, or
🌳Trees on Earth?

Today is and for fun you can find the answer over on our Instagram Stories.

To hear the latest space news from guests including John Zarnecki, Professor of Space Science who has taken part in high-profile space probe missions, register for the University of Oxford Astronomy For All Lecture 2022 series beginning on Thursday 12 May.

Register now for free: ➡️ bit.ly/AstronomyForAll22
How can a 400-year-old library help preserve the future of online information?💻

Find out on Tuesday 24 May when Richard Ovenden, Bodley's Librarian, explains why the Bodleian Libraries are more important than ever! 📖

Richard is in charge of Bodleian Libraries 13 MILLION volumes and is dedicated to making web archives more accessible for the public and researchers.

Book now for free to hear Richard's online talk 'Saving knowledge from the deluge: creating a digital ark'.

📷 John Cairns

Welcome to the official Oxford University Alumni page. All the latest from the Alumni Office includi

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QUAD: Vice Chancellor acts on homelessness

Tuesday 10 October will mark World Homeless Day, and two days later, on Thursday 12 October, the second edition of CEO Sleepout Oxford will take place.

Oxfordshire’s business and academic community will come together to show their support for and increase their understanding of, local people experiencing homelessness.

Find out how you can take part in the CEO Sleepout Oxford: ➡️

THE VICE-CHANCELLOR ACTS ON HOMELESSNESS Come October 12, Oxford’s CEO Sleepout will take place with the Vice-Chancellor taking part


📚Vote for the next Book Club read.

Which of these three books would you like to start reading next January?

📘 Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh
📗 Heresy by S.J Parris
📕 The Line of Beauty by Alan Hollinghurst

Join the free Oxford Alumni Book Club to vote: ➡️ bit.ly/OxAlumniBookClub

Photos from Oxford Alumni's post 25/09/2023

What an incredible weekend at Meeting Minds in Oxford! We were thrilled to welcome over 1500 alumni and their families and friends. 🤩

The weekend saw a vast range of events including academic lectures, tours, hands-on workshops, and career and networking opportunities.

Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating Oxford and its alumni, and here's to many more memorable meetings in the years to come! 🎉🎓🥂

📸 Ian Wallman


It's Day 2 of ! 🌟

If you're in Oxford today, we'd love to see you! 👋

There's still time to secure your spot and become a part of this incredible weekend. 🌟

You can still book onto talks including:

📖 The Dictionary People: the unsung heroes who created the Oxford English Dictionary

🔭A journey through the universe: from Halley and Hubble until today and beyond

💊AI transforming biochemistry research

🎬 Behind the wheel: documenting women’s stories in Central Asia

📣The power of free speech

👀 Take a look at our programme to book your place: ➡️ http://bit.ly/MMOxford2023


A warm Oxford welcome to all our alumni arriving today for . 🎓 🎉

With over 1500 alumni signed up and bookings still coming in, we're keeping online registration open all weekend.

We're looking forward to welcoming you.

Take a look at our programme to book your place: ⬇️



QUAD: Replanting forests benefits from diverse seedlings

🌲 Twenty-year study shows that replanting logged forests with diverse mixtures of seedlings accelerates restoration.

University of Oxford Professor Andy Hector set up the experiment over 20 years ago as part of the South East Asia Rainforest Research Partnership.

Read more about the project results: ➡️

REPLANTING FORESTS BENEFITS FROM DIVERSE SEEDLINGS Twenty-year study shows that replanting logged forests with diverse mixtures of seedlings accelerates restoration


⏰ Just one day to go! 🎉

We're looking forward to welcoming you at in Oxford.

There's still time to secure your spot and become a part of this incredible weekend. 🌟

We have over 100 talks, tours and workshops including:

📚Future of publishing with Rosie Talbot and David Wienir

💉Developing regenerative medicine to cure disease

♻️What role should petroleum and mining companies play in achieving net zero?

🌍 Can litigation solve the climate crisis?

🌳TOUR: Wytham Woods tour

👀 Take a look at our programme to book your place: ➡️ bit.ly/MMOxford2023


Return to Oxford in just two days! 🎉

🎟️Have you secured your spot for ?

Get your last-minute tickets, read our FAQs, see maps and travel information and claim your special offers around Oxford during the Meeting Minds weekend. 🌟

Book now: ➡️ bit.ly/MMOxford23


Cloudy skies over Oxford today. 🌨️

Check out all the great My Oxford Card offers at indoor museums, shops and theatres, including free entry to the Sheldonian Theatre, University of Oxford where you can climb to the cupola for this view!

Claim your My Oxford offers: ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxOffers

📷 Alumni Office / JW


"I think what motivates me most about it is how fundamental I feel stories are to our humanity and what makes us people."

Author Rosie Talbot (Harris Manchester College, 2019) will share her insights on the publishing world and its future this Friday.

👀 Have a look at our programme and book your tickets: ➡️ bit.ly/MMOxford2023


🎬Are you a budding filmmaker?

Put your questions to independent filmmaker Cat Haigh (Keble College, Oxford, 2014) at this Saturday.

Cat's recent film Women Behind the Wheel, made with Hannah Congdon (Pembroke College, Oxford, 2014), documents their road trip exploring women's issues in Central Asia.

Read their alumni story for film-making tips, and book tickets to hear Cat at Meeting Minds: ➡️ bit.ly/MM2023Programme


If you're quick, book one of the few remaining spaces on our Oxford tours.

🌲 Wytham Woods tour on Fri 22 Sept 4-5pm
Learn about the history of the woods and previous and current research.

🥌 Codes in stone: Hidden in plain sight on Fri 22 Sept 4-5pm
Explore carved stone faces, symbols and inscriptions abound in Oxford.

🔖 Bodleian Libraries printing workshop tour on Friday 22 Sept 2:30-3:15pm
Set type and print a keepsake on hand-operated printing presses

📖Duke Humfrey's Library tour on Sat 23 Sept 4-4:30pm
Discover the Bodleian Libraries’ medieval origins in the University of Oxford’s oldest reading room.

Search 'Tour' in the Meeting Minds Programme: ➡️ bit.ly/MM2023Programme


Oxford Entrepreneurs Network (OxEn) is an alumni network for everyone interested in entrepreneurship!✨

Whether you're an entrepreneur, investor or mentor, join OxEn events next week:

▶️OxEn Bootcamp on Tue 26 Sept 5 - 6pm: Founder from a non-traditional background
Rachel I. Abramowitz speaks on how her university teaching experience has shaped her leadership style.

▶️ OxEn Founder Pitch Night and Networking in London on Thu 28 Sep 6 - 9pm
Hear pitches from Oxford founded start-ups and network over drinks and nibbles.

Register now for these events: ➡️ bit.ly/OxAlumEvents

OXFORD ALUMNI GROUP NETWORK The main page for the Oxford Alumni groups, with an interactive map showing the location of groups, a calendar of activities, and links to other resources for alumni groups


Can you recognise where this photo was taken? 🌞

If you think you know Oxford pretty well and can still instantly recognise parts of the city, join us at Meeting Minds Pub Quiz on Friday 22 September to test your knowledge!

Search 'pub quiz' in the Meeting Minds programme and book your tickets today: ➡️ bit.ly/MM2023Programme

📷 Alumni Office


📚Book of the week📚

Smarter Investing: Simpler Decisions for Better Results by Tim Hale (Lincoln College Oxford, 1982)

What makes a good investor? 📈

Find out in this 4th edition updated book by much-followed Tim Hale.

Learn how to make better decisions to ensure your long-term security and discover more about sustainable investing and the challenges it poses in practice.

Start investing: ➡️ bit.ly/OffShelfSept


Alumni Stories: 'A career in sports journalism is an exciting life but not an easy life'

⚽On her return from Australia reporting on the , Jen O'Neill (Keble College, Oxford, Oxford School of Geography and the Environment, 1993) talks to us about her time at University of Oxford and gives her tips for a career in sports journalism.

Read her interview and book tickets for our talk 'Football on the brain': ➡️

ALUMNI STORIES: 'A CAREER IN SPORTS JOURNALISM IS AN EXCITING LIFE BUT NOT A LAZY OR EASY LIFE.' Jen O'Neill (Keble, 1993), Editor of Women's Football Magazine She Kicks gives tips for a career in sports journalism


Book now for the Ashmolean Museum exhibition 'Colour Revolution' opening on 21 September. 🏛️

Rediscover Victorian society as a vibrant colour-filled era – from dazzling dyes used in chic corsets, bold experiments by avant-garde painters, and the flamboyant use of nature's beauty in jewellery.

With your My Oxford Card you can claim 20% discount off the first year of your Ashmolean Membership.🎉

Ashmolean Members enjoy unlimited free entry to the exhibitions, discounts in the shops, café and restaurant, exclusive Members’ events, and much more.

Claim Ashmolean offers: ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxfordAshmolean

📷 Alumni Office / ZB


Looking down from Sheldonian Theatre, University of Oxford to Blackwell's Bookshop Oxford on Broad Street.

👀 Look across the photo to see the White Horse Pub, Trinity College, Oxford and Balliol College, Oxford.

Got your My Oxford Card?

With your card you can get free entry to Oxford Colleges and 15% discount in-store at Blackwells!

Claim My Oxford Card discounts: ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxBlackwells

📷 Alumni Office /ZB


Plenty of shade at Jesus College, Oxford 🌡️

Coming to Meeting Minds next week, 22 - 24 September?

Bring your My Oxford Card with you for free entry to all Oxford colleges: ➡️ bit.ly/AccessOxCollege

📷 Alumni Office / ZB


‘Since my illness I have been plagued by brain fog, concentration-induced fatigue, poor vocabulary, poor memory. I am unable to process the amount and scale of work that I would previously have done ‘stood on my head’.’

Sound familiar?

Scientists at University of Oxford have made big strides towards understanding the brain fog associated with long-COVID.

High levels of two proteins at the time of COVID-19 have been found in patients who later experienced cognitive problems, including ‘brain fog’, giving a major clue as to one cause of their symptoms: blood clots.

Read more about the research: ➡️

BLOOD CLOTS DURING COVID-19 MAY CAUSE ‘BRAIN FOG’ Scientists at the University have made big strides towards understanding the brain fog associated with long-COVID.


What are your fondest memories of Oxford's St Giles' Fair?🌟

The fair dates back to 1625 when it was a parish festival to celebrate the feast of the patron saint, St Giles.

In the 18th century it was a toy fair, then in the early 19th century it was a general children’s fair. The funfair grew during mid and late Victorian times.

Feeling nostalgic and need an excuse to return to Oxford?

We'd love to see you later this month at Meeting Minds 22-24 September!

👀Browse our programme with over 50 speakers and talks! ➡️ bit.ly/MM2023Programme

📷 lucies_oxford_camera Instagram


Which book will you read in the sunshine on ? 🌞

👀Take a look at some of the books by our speakers:

📘 The Dictionary People by Sarah Ogilvie
📗 The Art of Shortcut by Marcus du Sautoy
📙 Reading it Wrong by Abigail Williams
📘 Shattered Nation by Danny Dorling

Get your Meeting Minds tickets for 22-24 September to hear the stories behind the books: ➡️ bit.ly/MM2023Programme


Under the Hertford College Bridge of Sighs is the perfect place to find shade on a hot day! 🌞

📷 Alumni Office / ZB


Oxford is driving change both locally and globally.

Join our Meeting Minds talk, 'Oxford's impact locally and globally' on 22 September, to find out how Oxfordshire Inclusive Economy Partnership (OIEP) is working to create a more equal and sustainable region that benefits everyone.

Speakers include Jan Royall, Principal Somerville College, and Philippa Christoforou, Social Venture Lead Oxford University Innovation.

Search 'globally' in the Meeting Minds programme for more details: ➡️ bit.ly/MM2023Programme



An easy one today - which building is reflected in the window of the Bodleian Libraries?

Love a quiz?

We'd love to see you at our Meeting Minds Pub Quiz on Friday 22 September!

Get your tickets now: ➡️ bit.ly/MM2023Programme

📷 Alumni Office / ZB


If you're coming to Oxford for Meeting Minds in September, how about treating yourself to a stay at the Randolph Hotel with a My Oxford discount! 🎉

Alumni can claim 20% off room rates plus 20% off at The Morse Bar. The hotel’s beloved Morse Bar is an ode to Morse creator Colin Dexter, a regular who penned some of the Morse books from the bar.

Claim your discount: ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxfordRandolph

📷 Alumni Office / ZB


Alumni stories: 'I hope menopause will become an acceptable topic of conversation'

Rachel Weiss (Hertford College, 1985) talks about what inspired her to set up the Menopause Cafe charity.

Read Rachel's story and find your nearest Menopause cafe: ➡️

ALUMNI STORIES: 'I HOPE THE MENOPAUSE WILL BECOME AN ACCEPTABLE TOPIC OF CONVERSATION' Rachel Weiss (Hertford, 1985) talks about what inspired her to set up the Menopause Cafe charity

A SENSE OF DEJA VU 29/08/2023

📚 Book of the week 📚
'The Ruble A Political History' by Ekaterina Pravilova

Professor Pravilova sings the praises of Susan Ferber, her editor at Oxford University Press, who she says is the central reason why she published The Ruble A Political History with Oxford.

Read QUAD interview: ➡️

A SENSE OF DEJA VU Ekaterina Pravilova has published a timely history of the Russian currency, the rouble


Wow! Look at the view from the Sheldonian Theatre, University of Oxford cupola!

Looking left to right, how many University of Oxford buildings and colleges can you name?🤔

With your My Oxford Card you can visit the Sheldonian Theatre for FREE, and your guests receive concessionary rates too!

Claim your discount and check the Sheldonian opening times: ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxSheldonian

📷Oxford Alumni / ZB


Bag yourself a 30% discount at Blenheim Palace this bank holiday weekend! 😍

With your My Oxford Card get this great discount, convert your ticket to an Annual Pass plus get one free visit to the palace's new Adventure Play!

Claim your discount now: ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxBlenheim

📷 Blenheim


We had a wonderful lunchtime walk at Balliol College, Oxford yesterday and found a bench in the shade to have lunch. 🥪

Looking for a tranquil lunch spot away from the summer crowds?

Remember, with your My Oxford Card you can visit Oxford college gardens for free! 🎉

Check all college opening times and see how many guests you can bring with you: ➡️ bit.ly/AccessOxCollege

📷 Alumni Office /ZB


Such a wonderful warm light at New College, Oxford 🌙

Which Harry Potter films do you recognise this from?

Take a visit to New College in the daytime for FREE with your My Oxford Card: ➡️ bit.ly/AccessOxCollege

📷 linafromoxford Instagram


🏥 What causes congenital disease?

How can new treatment strategies replace and restore damaged tissues arising from birth defects or acquired adult disease?

Join the talk by the Institute of Developmental & Regenerative Medicine: 'Developing regenerative medicine to cure disease' on 22 September at 14:30.

IDRM is a unique flagship institute with cutting-edge facilities.

It provides a research base for 15-20 world-leading research groups comprising 240 cardiovascular, neuroscience and immunology scientists integrating their expertise to foster multidisciplinary collaborations.

Book your ticket now to hear from University of Oxford world-class researchers: ➡️ bit.ly/MM2023Programme


New College, Oxford enjoying the sunshine! 🌞

Visit New College gardens for free with your My Oxford Card: ➡️ bit.ly/AccessOxCollege

📷 Alumni Office / ZB


🚣‍♂️ Calling all Oxford Alumni 🚣‍♀️,

Ready to relive the glory days on the Isis River? Join us at to recreate your student rowing experiences on the upper stretch of the river. 🛶🎓

📍 Where: LMH/Trinity boathouse on Boathouse Island
🚣‍♀️ What: Rowing with Linacre boats
🎓 Who's Eligible: Alumni with at least one term of rowing at Oxford or afterwards. Coxes are welcome too.

Book your place now to secure your spot: bit.ly/MMOxford2023


Can you work out which University of Oxford college is casting shadows on the side of the Rad Cam? 🤔

Test your knowledge of all things Oxford, including the University and its alumni, at Pub Quiz on Friday 22 September!

Book your tickets now: ➡️ bit.ly/MM2023Programme

📷 Alumni Office / ZB


Congratulations if you get your today and you are ! 🎉⭐

We can't wait to welcome you to University of Oxford! 🎓

📷 University of Oxford Images / John Cairns Photography


So good to have blue skies back over Oxford! 😍

Visiting Oxford this summer?

Grab some great offers at Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Blenheim Palace and The Randolph Hotel by Graduate Hotels 🌟

See all offers that you can claim with your My Oxford Card: ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxOffers

📷 Alumni Office /ZB


Anticipation? Excitement? Nervous? 😲😧😞😍

What will be going through your mind as you watch the England v Australia Women's World Cup semi-final this morning (kick-off 11am)?

Join our interactive 'Football on the brain' talk at Meeting Minds on Saturday 23 September to examine the neuroscience of football - how your brain is involved when you play, teach, and watch football.🧠

Search 'football' in the programme and book your tickets now: ➡️ bit.ly/MM2023Programme

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We keep alumni of the University of Oxford connected to the University and to one another. This includes our Leavers’ Fair in June for graduating students, Meeting Minds events for alumni around the world, and our Oxford Alumni Community platform to help you find jobs, connections, and mentors.

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