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1 QUADcast episode 2: Admissions - an interview with Tilly Rose, Oxford alumna, blogger and social media influencer. This month on QUADcast, we’ve interviewed alumna Tilly Rose (Jesus, 2011) about her work widening access to Oxford University, and her life as a blogger and social media influencer. Tilly Rose 16 Jan 2019
2 Creative Commons Thomas Harriot: Elizabethan man of Science Sermon delivered by Dr Michael Spivey (Fellow and Tutor in Computer Science) on 21st October 2012, in Oriel College Chapel, about Thomas Harriot (1560-1621) for the Commemoration of Benefactors. Dr Michael Spivey 21 Dec 2012
3 On Stage and Screen: Defining Moments in Entertainment Since 1962 As St Catherine's was being built, in July 1962, the Telstar satellite was making history as the first to relay television pictures through space. A year later, Mary Whitehouse would launch her 'Clean Up TV' campaign. Michael Billington, Sara Ramsden, Libby Purves, Thelma Holt 09 Oct 2012
4 Renewable Energies in a Green Economy: Defining Developments It was with the chance of making 'a special contribution to the urgent national need for more scientists' that St Catherine's College was first contemplated. Nicholas Stern, Vivienne Cox, Erica Hope, Steve Groves 09 Oct 2012
5 After the Crash: Restoring Economic Growth Founding St Catherine's College in the 1960s required extensive appeals to industry to secure adequate funding to build and endow the new College. Tracy Corrigan, Clive Maxwell, Martin Heipertz, Paul Betts 05 Oct 2012
6 Sir Humphry Davy: Natural Philosopher, Discoverer, Inventor, Poet, Man of Action When St Catherine's College was first being envisaged, creating an undergraduate body with an equal number of science and arts students was at the forefront of our Founder's minds. John Meurig Thomas 05 Oct 2012
7 Defining Moments in International Relations Since 1962 The world of our Founders was one in which the space race heated up, and the Cold War froze over. In October 1962, as the College's first cohort of undergraduates arrived, Cuba was bringing the world to the brink of nuclear war. Marshall Cloyd, Jens Tholstrup, Clark Ervin, James Rodgers 05 Oct 2012
8 Creative Commons How God Became King Professor Tom Wright gives a lecture in Mansfield College Chapel. Tom Wright 22 May 2012
9 Trusting the News This lecture series seeks to explore and explain the sources and forms of uncertainty in key aspects of contemporary life. Stephen Coleman 24 Mar 2010
10 What's all the fuss about? When individual risks meet policy uncertainties in health This lecture series seeks to explore and explain the sources and forms of uncertainty in key aspects of contemporary life. David Spiegelhalter 24 Mar 2010
11 Is there a healthy future for Big Pharma? Dr Patterson will review the background to the pharmaceutical crisis and the different ways that companies are approaching the issues. The lecture will review both the research and development and business issues facing the industry and its investors. John Patterson, Sophia Tickell 04 Feb 2010
12 Is there a healthy future for Big Pharma? Dr Patterson will review the background to the pharmaceutical crisis and the different ways that companies are approaching the issues. The lecture will review both the research and development and business issues facing the industry and its investors. John Patterson, Sophia Tickell 04 Feb 2010
13 A Pharma perspective on healthcare needs and innovation in drug discovery The third Green Templeton Lecture 2009 explores how, by harnessing innovation to meet unmet medical needs, pharma companies can deliver significant value to patients, payers and shareholders. Patrick Vallance, Philip Bloomer 09 Jun 2009
14 A Pharma perspective on healthcare needs and innovation in drug discovery The third Green Templeton Lecture 2009 explores how, by harnessing innovation to meet unmet medical needs, pharma companies can deliver significant value to patients, payers and shareholders. Patrick Vallance, Philip Bloomer 09 Jun 2009
15 Pharmaceutical Companies, Government and Society This lecture will explore, from a historical perspective, the relationship between an emerging pharmaceutical industry, the establishment of drug regulatory authorities, and - most recently - the development of health technology assessment. Sir Michael Rawlins 04 Jun 2009
16 Pharmaceutical Companies, Government and Society This lecture will explore, from a historical perspective, the relationship between an emerging pharmaceutical industry, the establishment of drug regulatory authorities, and - most recently - the development of health technology assessment. Sir Michael Rawlins 04 Jun 2009
17 Interview with Andrew Goudie, Master of St Cross College Author of more than 30 books on global warming, Andrew Goudie charts the way forward in present crisis and explains how university research and advice can contribute to solving the problems that face our planet. Andrew Goudie 28 May 2009
18 Interview with Frances Cairncross, Rector of Exeter College Frances Cairncross, Rector of Exeter College and former managing editor of The Economist talks about the role of a College in teaching and research. Frances Cairncross, Denis Noble 26 May 2009
19 Interview with Frances Cairncross, Rector of Exeter College Frances Cairncross, Rector of Exeter College and former managing editor of The Economist talks about the role of a College in teaching and research. Frances Cairncross, Denis Noble 26 May 2009
20 Pharmaceutical Industry: Origin and Evolution Tilli Tansey, Professor of History of Modern Medical Sciences, University College London traces the evolution of the modern pharmaceutical industry from the mid nineteenth century to the final decades of the twentieth century. Tilli Tansey 19 May 2009
21 Pharmaceutical Industry: Origin and Evolution Tilli Tansey, Professor of History of Modern Medical Sciences, University College London traces the evolution of the modern pharmaceutical industry from the mid nineteenth century to the final decades of the twentieth century. Tilli Tansey 19 May 2009
22 Tutor view: Louise Gullifer Louise is a tutor of Law at Harris Manchester College, in this interview she talks about the application process and her experiences at the college. Louise Gullifer, Carolyne Culver 20 Oct 2008
23 Student view: Ewan Monaghan Ewan is a student at Harris Manchester College, in this interview he talks about his application process and his experiences at the college. Ewan Monaghan, Carolyne Culver 17 Oct 2008
24 Student view: Joshua Tomalin Joshua is a student at Harris Manchester College, in this interview he talks about his application process and his experiences at the college. Joshua Tomalin, Carolyne Culver 17 Oct 2008