Latest news from Balliol
Adam Nahum (Research Fellow in the Sciences at Balliol 2017-2020) has been awarded the Philippe Meyer Prize for Theoretical Physics 2020.
David Freeman Outreach Officer Pravahi Osman reports on the Virtual Open Days held in July and September.
A documentary film has been released on Professor Denis Noble (Emeritus Fellow) and his music group, The Oxford Trobadors.
We were very sorry to hear of the death of Professor Renée Fox (George Eastman Visiting Professor in Sociology 1996).
We warmly congratulate all the Balliol finalists who earned their undergraduate degrees this summer.
Professor John Tasioulas (Balliol 1989) will become the inaugural Director of Oxford University’s Institute for Ethics in AI.
Neurolytic Healthcare, started by two Balliol students and other Oxford DPhil students, and supported by the Balliol Interdisciplinary Institute, has won ‘Best Overall Idea’ in All-Innovate 2020, Oxford University’s flagship ideas competition.
Working with two colleagues, Adam Smyth (Professor of English Literature and the History of the Book, Clarendon University Lecturer, A.C. Bradley-J.C. Maxwell Fellow and Tutor in English Literature) has launched a new hard-copy journal for the study of material texts.
Over the Long Vacation the College has been working hard to prepare for the arrival of new and returning members in Michaelmas Term.
Balliol DPhil student Alice Evatt (2017 DPhil Climate Change Ethics) is leading the Oxford Climate Society team developing the Oxford Climate Alumni Network (OxCAN), which will launch on 8 September as a part of Meeting Minds Global.