Univ Donor Day – virtual event
Featuring talks, presentations, conversations, and a chance to meet students and Fellows, Univ Donor Day is dedicated to showcasing the impact of philanthropy and recognising the generosity of all those who have made a gift to the College. Please click here to register.
Please find below a provisional schedule for the afternoon. This may change in the run-up to the event, and we will keep it as up-to-date as possible.
The day will involve small “breakout sessions”, where students and Fellows will update you on their research and their time at College, and then answer any questions you have.
1pm: Introduction and College update, with Baroness Valerie Amos, the Master, and Professor Caroline Terquem, Dean of Graduates
1.40pm: First breakout session, including:
Nyan San Lwin (2020, MPP), Oxford-Burma scholar
Katy Phipps (2019, DPhil History), Anderson scholar in History
Ruth Coughlan (2020, DPhil Law), Finnis scholar in Law
Jo Gamwell (2018, DPhil Medicine), War Memorial scholar in Medicine
2pm: A Univ North update, with Angela Unsworth, Domestic Bursar, and Dr Andrew Grant (1977, Chemistry), Finance Bursar
2.30pm: Second breakout session, including:
Dr Robin Darwall-Smith (1982, Classics), College archivist, with a history of legacy giving to Univ
Claas Mertens (2020, MPhil International Relations) and Sahra Ghalebikesabi (2019, DPhil Maths), Radcliffe scholars
American studies at Univ: Ashley Wright (2020, DPhil American Politics) and Nur Laiq (2020, DPhil American History), RAI scholars, and Gwion Jones (2020, DPhil History), Edward Orsborn scholar
Dr Ben Jackson, Leslie Mitchell Fellow in History
3pm: A tea break, with refreshments provided for those in the UK, and a short history of the College in five objects, presented by Robin Darwall-Smith
4pm: Third breakout session, including:
Eduard Krkoska (2019, DPhil Economics), Chellgren scholar in Economics
Dr Lisa Kallet, Cawkwell Fellow in Classics
Philip Pearcy (2020, DPhil Chemistry), Bob Thomas scholar in Chemistry
James Miller (2020, DPhil History), AHRC scholar in History
Margaret Siu (2020, MSc Oriental Studies), Marshall scholar, studying Global Governance and Diplomacy
4.30pm: An update on student life
5pm: Fourth and final breakout session, including:
Corinna Hartinger (2019, DPhil Bioscience), Leonardo Buizza (2017, DPhil Physics), and Matthew Bailey (2018, DPhil Chemistry), Radcliffe scholars
Marieke Oudelaar, Stevenson JRF in Biochemistry
Emily Rowland (2020, DPhil Medicine), Vidal Arroyo (2019, DPhil Maths), Dr Karima Chiuri (2017, DPhil Medicine), Dr Bahaaeddin Attaallah (2018, DPhil Medicine), and Mihika Poddar (2019, DPhil Law), Rhodes scholars
5.30pm: End of Donor Day — members of the Development team will be on hand to answer any outstanding questions
Please note that audio, photographs and video footage may be taken throughout our events. These may be used by the College for marketing and publicity in our publications, on our website and in social media or in any third party publication. Please contact the event organiser if you have any concerns or if you wish to be exempted from this activity.