Dr Arlene Holmes-Henderson features in a new film about policy engagement in the Arts and Humanities
Oxford University’s Policy Engagement team followed Dr Holmes-Henderson to Parliament, interviewing the policy colleagues she works with and the impact her research and engagement is making in real world educational decision-making circles.
In The Press: Christ Church’s Meadow Regeneration Project
Christ Church’s floodplain meadow regeneration project has been featured in the Financial Times. In the piece by gardener and garden writer Jim Cable, Christ Church’s head gardener discusses the process of introducing wildflower species to the Meadow.
The American Friends of Christ Church Graduate Scholarship winners announced
The American Friends (the association of Christ Church Old Members resident in the US) have generously established a scholarship fund to provide financial assistance for postgraduate students who are currently enrolled at Christ Church.
Two Christ Church academics awarded prestigious Future Leaders Fellowships
Professor Laurence Brassart will investigate the mechanical and degradation behaviour of biodegradable polymers in load-bearing applications. Dr Neil Hart is working to develop the predictions of rainfall season characteristics necessary to managing a growing climate risk.
McDonald Postdoctoral Fellow to become Assistant Professor of Medical Ethics at Columbia University
Dr Ashley Moyse, the McDonald Postdoctoral Fellow in Christian Ethics and Public Life, has been appointed as an Assistant Professor of Medical Ethics in the Department of Medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Centre, New York.
Christ Church and Dr Martyn Percy: Our Response
In the past three years, Christ Church has held back from offering commentary on a series of damaging reports regarding its relationship with the former Dean, Dr Martyn Percy.
The campaign by Dr Percy and his supporters has been fuelled by information, some selective, some false and some appropriated from leaked documents, letters and emails, and knitted into a narrative that has been at best, distorted and one-sided and, at worst, untrue.