A Linacre College Dinner will be held in Washington DC on Saturday 9th April during the Oxford University North American Reunion, held for the first time in that city over the weekend of Friday 8th to Sunday 10th April.
Iliana Cardenes Trujillo, DPhil Student in Geography and the Environment
Drops of Energy: Understanding the relationship
between our water and energy systems in a changing world
Taryn McKenzie-Mohr, MPhil Candidate in Politics
Shrinking Civil Society Space in the Middle East and North
Richard Collins, DPhil Student in Inorganic Chemistry
Catalyst design for industrial polymerisation: Are two metal sites better than one?
Tomas Martin, Dept of Materials & Linacre JRF
Atom Probe Tomography at Oxford:
Understanding the properties of materials one atom at a time
Giulia Liberatore, COMPAS/ISCA, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow & Linacre JRF
Piety and urban mobility among young Somali women in multicultural London
Diana Maddison, MSt Student in History of Art
Gustave Caillebotte’s The Floorscrapers: Impressionism and Life’s Fleeting Nature
Lottie Field, DPhil Student in Ethnomusicology
Sound, Ethics and the Failure of the Avant-Garde
Megan Bushnell, DPhil Student in English
Defining a Nation Through Translation:
How Gavin Douglas Defines Scots Through the 'Eneados'
Ashlee Stetser, MSt in Diplomatic Studies with the Foreign Service Programme
Human Rights, Heroin, and HIV: The Link to Jade Extraction in Northern Myanmar
Frank Fredericks, MBA Student
Ending Religious Violence
All welcome! Join us in the Tanner Room where wine, cheese and nibbles will be served.
All students are invited to join Dr Chandrika Nath, from the Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology, for a tray supper on Friday 20th November.
This is the first meeting of the Green Society, and I've heard a rumour there may be ethical/sustainable snacks present. We'll be brainstorming any ideas you have for what the Green Society should be doing this year, organising the events for Michaelmas Term, and having a generally jolly green time!
Claire Sexton, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences & Linacre Junior Research Fellow
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Ageing Brain
Peter Holmes, DPhil Student in Biochemistry
Tol-Tol interactions: Weak but crucial associations in bacterial cell division
Kazuya Ishida, Linacre's Artist in Residence, will deliver his seminar: Traditional Japanese Arts and Ceramics: Creating Ideas with New Materials in the UK. All Members of College are welcome to attend.