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  • 7 Dec 2021 18:30 | Anonymous

    Oxford University Society in Paris - Annual Carol Singing at “The Travellers”

    Annual Carol Singing  - Oxford and Cambridge 7th December

    Please join us for vin chaud and mince pies before singing Christmas Carols in the Travellers' Club on the Champs Elysées, from 18h30.

    Strictly limited tickets, 'first come first served', so sign up early

  • 14 Oct 2021 11:48 | Charles Tatham (Administrator)

    Meet and mingle at Vapiano Bercy Village Thursday 21 October

    Oxford Alumni are warmly invited to take part in a food and drinks evening organized by the UK Alumni Network in Paris.

    Come and join us for food and drinks at this Italian concept restaurant in the heart of Bercy Village.

    Address: Vapiano Bercy, 60 Cour Saint-Emilion, 75012 Paris

    Time: From 7 PM

    As you enter the restaurant, you will be given a card which will allow you to pay as you go. We will save some tables in a semi-secluded area at the back of the restaurant

    It would be helpful to have an idea of numbers attending so any would-be participants are encouraged to contact UKAN Oxford coordinator, Andrew Lloyd (


    United Kingdom Alumni Network (UKAN) is an informal network that       provides events for France-based graduates of universities from the British Isles. UKAN is driven by and dependent on an enthusiastic group of coordinators from different universities (including Oxford), as well as on input from the alumni community in France. Support also comes from the British Council and links to the British Embassy, as well as from universities in the UK and Ireland.

  • 15 Mar 2021 19:00 | Anonymous

    David Willetts will speak to members of the Cambridge and Oxford Societies in Paris on Monday 15th March 2021 at 7pm on Zoom

    The Rt Hon. Lord Willetts FRS is the President of the Resolution Foundation. He served as the Member of Parliament for Havant (1992-2015), as Minister for Universities and Science (2010-2014) and previously worked at HM Treasury and the No. 10 Policy Unit.

    Lord Willetts is a visiting Professor at King’s College London, a Board member of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), a Board member of Surrey Satellites and of the Biotech Growth Trust. He is Chair of The Foundation for Science and Technology, an Honorary Fellow of Nuffield College, an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society and the Chancellor of the University of Leicester.

    Lord Willetts has written widely on economic and social policy. His book “A University Education” is published by Oxford University Press. A second edition of his book on the Boomers and the young generation “The Pinch” was published in November 2019.

    This event will be hosted on Zoom. A meeting link will be sent to all registered attendees two or three days in advance of the event. Since numbers will be limited to 20, you are encouraged to register early by booking your place in the events section of the CamSoc website.

    We look forward to seeing you then.

  • 12 Jan 2021 19:00 | Anonymous


    One of France's leading biologists, Professor Cossart is Secrétaire perpétuel de l' Académie des sciences for Sciences chimiques, biologiques et médicales, et leurs applications and a Foreign Member of the Royal Society of London. 

    Click here to sign up on the CamSoc website

  • 6 Jan 2021 19:00 | Anonymous

    Developing the theme of the Play Readings that were organised for the enjoyment of members of both the Oxford and Cambridge Societies in Paris, we have organised a Poetry or Prose reading evening, on Wednesday 6th January 2021 at 7pm.

    This date has been chosen both as it coincides with the First Wednesday in 2021, and so we hope will help compensate for the continued absence of Monthly Drinks evenings, and also it is Epiphany which might offer a theme, if you choose to adopt it, for your reading.

    Each participant will be invited to select their choice of readings, in English, ideally each up to three minutes long. For the more adventurous, you can of course write your own. We expect you will have the opportunity of reading at least twice.

    This event will be hosted on Zoom. A meeting link will be sent to all registered attendees two or three days in advance of the event. Since numbers will be limited to 20, you are encouraged to register early by booking your place in the events section of the CamSoc website.

  • 3 Dec 2020 14:00 | Anonymous


    by Timothy Walker

    PADFAS (The Arts Society Paris) invite you to their Live online Zoom lecture Thursday 3rd December 2020 at 2.00 p.m.

    In 1888 Gertrude Jekyll wrote a short but seminal article in The Garden in which she urged the readers to “remember that in a garden we are painting a picture”. As an accomplished watercolour artist, Miss Jekyll was familiar with the principles of using colours, but she felt that in gardens these principles “had been greatly neglected”. This talk looks at how to apply these principles in designing a border, but it also looks at the ways in which a border is different from a painting. However, it goes further than this and looks at how contemporary work of the likes of Turner, Monet, Rothko, Jackson Pollack, and Hockney evolved in parallel with ideas about what a garden or border should look like.

    Since 1986 Timothy Walker has given 1,500 public lectures. This was originally part of his work as director of the Oxford University Botanic Garden from 1988 to 2014. Botanic gardens are often described as living museums, and garden curators lecture about them in the same way as museum curators talk about their collections. Since 2014 he has been a college lecturer and tutor at Somerville College Oxford. Gardens are often thought of a place where science and art meet on equal terms. Timothy Walker’s lectures investigate this relationship.

    Click here to register for Timothy Walker's online Zoom Lecture

    You will receive a link to connect the lecture on Wednesday 2nd December.

    The zoom meeting "room" will be open from 13:30 to allow time for you to join the meeting, and chat to other members, within the limits of zoom capabilities.
    At 14:00 all microphones will be put on mute while the lecture is in progress.
    Please note that muting is necessary to avoid interruption to the lecture.

  • 7 Sep 2020 09:00 | Bethan Meadowcroft (Administrator)

    Meeting Minds goes global - and digital

    Whilst it is disappointing we can't invite alumni to join us in Oxford this year, we are thrilled to bring Meeting Minds to the world virtually in 2020, and all for FREE!

    Our usual alumni weekend has grown into an alumni week, as going digital allows us to bring you an engaging programme of events from 7-12 September 2020. Each day of Meeting Minds Global will bring you a wide range of content from all around the University including panel discussions, Q&As, virtual tours, musical performances and much more!

    You only need to register once to access all content throughout the week and you can find full registration details at the bottom of this email. Most importantly you will need your Oxford Number to register.


    World-class speakers and topical themes

    Meeting Minds Global will offer the usual line-up of expert and engaging academic and alumni speakers. Our line-up so far includes:

    • Professor Sir John Bell giving an insight into Oxford’s Covid-19 research
    • Professor Bernie Hogan discussing how to manage your social media presence
    • A panel of distinguished alumni celebrating the 100th anniversary of the PPE degree
    • Dr Lena Fritsch taking you behind the scenes of her exhibition at the Ashmolean
    • An audience with the Vice-Chancellor who will be taking your questions

    And as always, we will hear from our venerable Chancellor who, with the help of distinguished guests, will examine the role of Britain’s soft power.

  • 21 May 2020 14:00 | Bethan Meadowcroft (Administrator)

    Join Vice-Chancellor Louise Richardson in conversation with Professor Richard Cornall

    Join us this Friday 22 May, 1-2pm (BST), for a webinar featuring Oxford’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Louise Richardson and the Head of the Nuffield Department of Medicine, Professor Richard Cornall, to talk about the University's research into the COVID-19 virus.

    Professor Cornall will discuss Oxford’s contribution to the management of this crisis through the work of our researchers, particularly the pioneering work on a potential vaccine, developing therapeutics to treat the disease.

    Join the webinar

  • 21 May 2020 12:45 | Bethan Meadowcroft (Administrator)

    Thursday 21 May (11.45am-12.15pm BST)

    Join our weekly online talks from several of the University's leading academics. You can hear short presentations on their work, and have a chance to ask questions.


  • 26 Apr 2020 20:30 | Anonymous

    Sunday Stargazing with Chris Lintott

    We don't want people to stop learning... and so we've created Meeting Minds Online.

    Our Meeting Minds events bring together alumni from all over the world and we want to continue that with a selection of curated online webinars to keep you and your families learning through this time.


    Reach for the stars - from your living room!

    Join Chris Lintott, Professor of Astrophysics and lead of the project at Oxford’s Department of Physics, for a live ramble around the night sky.

    No telescope will be necessary, just head into the garden, onto the balcony, or look out of the window to follow along.

    The session will include plenty of time for Q&A, so come equipped with space-related questions.

    Date: Sunday 26 April

    Time: 8.30-9.30pm BST


    Find out how to join

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