Brasenose College Honorary Fellows 11 03 17 15Last term, Brasenose College recognised two Old Members, Professor Michael Kosterlitz (1966) and Mr Mohamed Amersi (2014), by electing them to the prestigious rank of Honorary Fellow. 

EducationSympLast month Brasenose held a Symposium on Child Learning and Raising Attainment, to mark the arrival of two new Tutors in Education, Professors Sonali Nag and Charles Hulme.

Ball2017One evening in May, every other year, Brasenose’s quads are magically transformed as the biennial College Ball arrives. This year was no different, as on Saturday 6th May we explored the delights of Odyssey: A Journey into the Unknown.

Chris McKennaFor the first installment of our series of interviews with the Tutors of Brasenose College, Professor Chris McKenna, Fellow in Management Studies and Reader in Business History and Strategy at SaÏd Business School, sat down with Richard Lofthouse, editor of Oxford Today, to share thoughts from his forthcoming history of white-collar crime.

AleVersesEvery year, on Shrove Tuesday, Brasenose College’s staff and students gather to celebrate a unique tradition: Ale Verses.

MannishEveryone knows that at Oxford academic work can be a challenge. To help deal with this, sometimes we need to put down our pens, close our laptops, and leave the library.

ACS dayThis February Half Term week Brasenose College was delighted to be involved in two outreach projects aimed to encourage and excite students from backgrounds that tend to be underrepresented at the University of Oxford.

IMG 20170128 WA0014In January every year, Brasenose College celebrates the life and work of the famous 18th century Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Burns Night is a traditional annual celebration involving poetry, speeches and laughter.

 

CassKennedyimperialThis summer I followed the well-trodden footsteps of many past Brasenostrils and migrated from Oxford to the big lights of London. However, I was not stepping into the customary well-respected graduate job but embarking on another four whole years of university: this time as a post-graduate at Imperial College.

HunterHunter Doughty, a Brasenose College doctoral student in the Department of Zoology and the Department of Social Policy and Intervention, has recently published a children’s book entitled Abigail Ann in the Bike Path Predicament.

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