College Bulletin 18 December 2020

 

News and events this week

Lunches

Lunches will be available in College from Monday 4 January and bookings for this will open on Wednesday 30 December. Takeaway options are available, and if you need to self-isolate, please remember you can book a takeaway lunch and ask a friend to collect this for you.

The Hilary Term 2021 Calendar is now available here - of course, these events may be subject to change. 

The Master's Founders' Speech 2020
Choir collection - Singing for Syrians

Ordinarily we’d have enjoyed our traditional Carole Service in Pusey Chapel, but of course, sadly this could not take place. At this event each year there is always a charitable collection, and despite the Service not going ahead, we’d still like to give our members the opportunity to contribute to this collection. Once again, the chosen charity is Singing for Syrians. This campaign, run by the Hands Up Foundation since 2014, raises money for some of Syria's most vulnerable people - projects funded include paying wages for doctors in the Aleppo region, funding a prosthetic limb clinic and medical training programmes. To make a donation, please use the following details to make a bank transfer and the College will channel your gift to the campaign.

Account Number: 50889199 
Sort Code: 20-65-46 
Account Name: University of Oxford, St Cross 
SWIFTBIC: BARCGB22 
IBAN GB14BARC20654650889199 

Please mark your donation: Singing for Syrians

College News:

On Monday 14 December the BBC aired an episode of Panorama telling the story of the development of the Oxford vaccine, interviewing our Vice-Master Professor Andy Pollard and his team. Many of the interviews were filmed at St Cross College.
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Student Yuping Shi has published a paper in Advanced Functional Materials, showcasing the St Cross crest
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Fellow Professor Chris Adam has received a Research Development Award from AfOx, for his project "Understanding the impacts of development policies in fragile contexts: the case of South Sudan"
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Alumna Katie Grabowski has been awarded the Alfred Russel Wallace dissertation prize for her work on mesocarnivore activity in Mozambique.
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