In conjunction with the University's Meeting Minds Alumni weekend in Oxford, all Linacre Old Members, Fellows and their guests are invited to attend an after-hours visit to the wonderful Pitt Rivers Museum, followed by dinner in College.
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Following the enjoyable evening in October at La Tasca, the next BFL dinner will be held at High Timber, next to the river, on Tuesday 7th July. The Principal will be present, and looks forward to seeing many Linacre Old Members who work in the areas of business, finance, or law.
The 2015 Linacre Summer Gaudy was held in College the weekend of July 4th and 5th for the 2001-2011 matriculation cohort. Events included the Domus Prize competition, rowing for Old Boaties, a buffet supper in a marquee on the lawn, a Saturday night ceilidh, and the traditional Garden Party on the lawn.
All Linacre Old Members, students, Fellows and friends are warmly invited to attend the 2015 Domus Prize Presentations in the Tanner Room this Saturday, July 4, from 4.00 pm until about 6.00 pm.
Sezgi Goksan, DPhil Student in Clinical Neurosciences
Pain in newborn infants : Neural activity overlap between adult and infant pain
Simon E.V. Phillips, Director, Research Complex at Harwell (RCaH)
Professor Peter Singer
From Moral Neutrality to Effective Altruism: The Changing Scope and Significance of Moral Philosophy
Anna Hushlak, DPhil Student in Environmental Sciences and Geography
Survival of the Fittest? The Changing Nature of Environmental Non-Governmental Organizations, Citizens and Engagement in a Climate of Digital Activism
Jonathan Courtney, BPhil in Philosophy
Is Morality All Made-Up?: Addressing Moral Anti-Realism
Linacre College’s annual Summer Reception in London will be held at the Cinema Museum in Kennington on Tuesday 19th May, 6.30 – 9.00 pm.
Daniel Drummer, MBA Student
Crowdfunding, Peer-to-Peer lending and other dangers - the end of Banking as we know it?
Priscilla Corbett, MPhil Geography & the Environment
National policy, local context: A case study of policy translation and impact of India’s National Rural Employment Guarantee Act
Taiga Brahm, Professor for Higher Education Development, Univ. St. Gallen
How do students find their place in Higher Education?
Hannah Mosley, DPhil Student in Archaeology
Primate Archaeology: Monkeys, Rocks, and Animal Cultures