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See a round-up of recent COVID-19 research, news and publications by Balliol people.
Dr Vicky Neale (Whitehead Lecturer in Mathematics and Supernumerary Fellow) has been awarded a PGCert Prize 2020 as part of the Vice-Chancellor of Oxford’s new Education Awards scheme.
Balliol has responded to a request by students for action against their experience of racism and discrimination in the College, in the wake of the recent Black Lives Matter protests and Rhodes Must Fall campaign.
On the 80th anniversary of de Gaulle’s Appel du 18 Juin, Sudhir Hazareesingh (Fellow and Tutor in Politics, and Senior Fellow) was interviewed on the French channel Arte on de Gaulle and his myth.
We have been greatly saddened to learn of the death of Professor Oladipo Akinkugbe CON, MD London, DPhil Oxf, FRCP (Edinburgh), FWACP, FAS (Balliol 1962 and Honorary Fellow from 2009) on 15 June 2020.
Balliol seeks applications for organ scholars, for entry in 2021 and 2022. The organ scholars form a central part of Chapel and musical life in the College, as the Senior Organ Scholar explains, and we would be grateful if the Balliol community would share the details with anyone (from any background) who might be interested in applying.
A round-up of recent COVID-19 research, news and publications by Balliol people.
Outgoing MCR President Thomas Hancock reflects on lockdown life for Balliol’s graduate students.
The latest drone photography and timelapse video show how work is progressing on the second phase of the building project.
The Hon Bob Rae PC QC (Balliol 1969) has been awarded the Confederation Centre of the Arts’ Symons Medal – one of Canada’s most prestigious honours.