Publications

We produce several publications each year to keep Univ Old Members and friends up-to-date with College life. These include The Martlet, our magazine with news from the College and articles from students, Old Members and Fellows; the University College Record – our annual publication including, amongst other things, academic results and details of Governing Body, and our regular Univ E-news updates.

If you have any suggestions for future publications, or you do not already receive our regular publications and would like to do so, please email The Development Team here.

The most recent issues of The Martlet can be found immediately below. For additional information on our other publications, please select from one of the following to jump to that section of this page: Univ Record, Univ E-News

 

The Martlet

The Martlet is Univ's magazine, featuring news from the College and feature articles from students, Old Members and Fellows. There are several features in this publication that you would have traditionally found in the Record, and it is hoped that you will find them more enjoyable to read in this new format. Both the current and previous issue can be read in digital format below. Back issues can be requested from the Development Team via email here.

 

The Martlet Issue 5

Welcome to issue 5 of The Martlet. We hope that you will enjoy all that it has to offer. In the digital version of the magazine below, you will find the first in a new series of 'Univ Conversations', featuring father and son Sandy Nairne CBE (1971), former Director of the National Portrait Gallery, and Christopher Nairne (2002).

DPhil graduate Dr Mandy Rojek (2013) shares her experience in the contaminated zones during the Ebola and Zika outbreaks and Dr Philip Mosley (2001) discusses his groundbreaking research into Deep Brain Stimulation for people with Parkinson's Disease.

We catch up with medical student Jess Macready (2012) four years on from her cover story in The Times and meet Univ's Radcliffe Medical Tutorial Fellow in Neuroscience, Professor Trevor Sharp. We also meet Univ's new Senior Tutor, Old Member Dr Andrew Bell (1993), Domestic Bursar, Angela Unsworth MBE, and Head Chef Rob Mercer.

Univ Archivist Dr Robin Darwall-Smith (1982) investigates Univ's links to William Shakespeare and Emeritus Fellow in Earth Sciences (and former Dean) Dr David Bell examines the origins of The Sollas society.

You can also catch up on the recent exploits of Univ's clubs and societies and read announcements from our community worldwide.

 

 

 

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The Martlet Issue 4

Welcome to issue 4 of The Martlet. We hope that you will enjoy all that it has to offer.

In the digital version of the magazine below Vanni Treves CBE (1958) looks back on his early years spent hiding from the Nazis in Italy during the Second World War, as a scholar at Univ and his subsequent careers in the law, insurance and as a trustee of various charities, we catch up with The Hon Josh Frydenberg MP (1996), Australia’s new Minister for Resources, Energy and Northern Australia, during his first term in office and Robert Kibble (1962) interviews siblings Andrew (1995) and Catriona Chambers (1999) about their work in California sending rockets to Mars with space exploration company SpaceX.

You will also find out about the cutting-edge research in which some of our current scholars are engaged. Julian Moehlen (2014) recounts his contribution to the Human Connectome Project in the lab of Dr Franco Pestilli in Indiana and Jeffrey Hawke (2013) discusses the future of self-driving cars.We meet current Radcliffe Scholars: Francesco Reina (2014), Olivia Ashton (2015), Jonathan Hadida (2013) and Hongbae Jeong (2014) who are observing immune cells and organ cells in unprecedented detail, improving solar cell efficiency, creating a model of a ‘blank’ mind and researching Magnetic Resonance Imaging safety respectively.

You will also meet our new Physics Fellow Professor Caroline Terquem, whose research interests include the dynamics of extrasolar planets and astrophysical fluids, Elizabeth Adams, College Librarian, reveals one of the greatest rarities of astronomical literature in Univ’s collection and we celebrate the rededication of the Goodhart Building.

You can also catch up on the recent exploits of our clubs and societies and read announcements from the wider Univ community.

 

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The Martlet Issue 3

Welcome to issue 3 of The MartletIn the digital version of the magazine below Gabriela Caldwell-Jones (2013, PPE) interviews Leigh Innes (1994, Maths), at one time one of only 7% of female fund managers in the City. Veteran political analyst Sir Ivor Crewe shares his thoughts on the UK General Election and Higher Education. We report on the celebrations for George Cawkwell's 95th birthday and his 65th year as a Fellow of University College Oxford, and highlight some of the exciting research in which our Organic Chemists, Life Scientists and Synthetic Biologists are engaged. Plus all the latest news from the Archives, Common Rooms, College sports and societies, Development Office and our Old Members worldwide.

 

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Extended versions of the interviews with Sir Ivor Crewe and Elizabeth Crawford can be read in PDF format (opens in new window) here: Sir Ivor Crewe - Elizabeth Crawford

 

Univ Record

The annual University College Record provides details of the Governing Body, news about Fellows and staff, academic results, reports from the Common Rooms and departments across Univ, and obituaries of Old Members and Fellows. Back copies of the Univ Record can be requested from the Development Team via email here.

The 2016 University College Record is available to read online below, or to download as a PDF here (opens in new window.)

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Univ E-News

A regular e-newsletter to keep you up-to-date with the College's latest news and events, including stories about Univ students, Fellows, Old Members and topical news from Oxford University. There are links to the latest details and attendee lists for forthcoming Univ events and you can book online. We also keep you updated with the progress of our worldwide Annual Fund. Read the latest e-news here: Part One and Part Two.