Kellogg College runs a number of social and academic-related events throughout the year. There are usually several events each week. During the ongoing pandemic and given the changing social distances restrictions College events are likely to look different in the 2020-21 academic year. We hope to offer a number of virtual events, including Welcome Weeks, during Michaelmas Term as well as College events if the restrictions allow.
As well as the emails from the College Communication Team (sent weekly during term time), a list of the events being offered at College can be found www.kellogg.ox.ac.uk/latest/events/
While the events might vary from previous years, we hope you will enjoy them, find stimulating discussion, and make new friends. Suggestions for new events are always welcome. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to provide feedback or ideas.
A number of College seminars take place during term time over the course of the academic year. Details of seminars are circulated to College members by email and published on the College website. The number of such seminars may be very limited or exclusively online only during Michaelmas term 2020. This will be reviewed during the term and members updated via emails and/or College website.
There may be opportunities for students to present and discuss their research at informal seminar series held at Kellogg College. These sessions are usually themed, with College researchers presenting their work to a non-expert audience. They allow an insight into the wide variety of research that is being conducted at Kellogg College and provide an open and informal forum to learn about new topics, from education to genetics, anthropology to social policy.
In 2018-19 Kellogg hosted its inaugural graduate symposium which was a great success and we hope to offer this again in Trinity Term 2021 so do look out for this.
You will sometimes notice the Kellogg flag or other flags flying. This happens on designated days, which may be celebratory days such as the College’s Foundation Day, or to show the College’s support for the community such as flying the Rainbow flag, or to mark the Queen’s Birthday, or to mark respect on more solemn occasions. The flying of these flags is determined by College policy and flags may only be flown by the Facilities Team in accordance with this policy.