Virginia McNally, Franklin Spring Semester 2011 alumna, has continued her working relationship with Dr. Nic Cheeseman, Hugh Price Fellow in African Politics at Jesus College, Oxford University. Dr. Cheeseman recently featurd and article by Virginia on his Democracy in Africa online resource. Toi read Virginia's article, please click here. Congratulations, Virginia!
We are happy to recognize that one of our recent alumna, Katherine Arnold, has written a piece that the Bodleian Library in Oxford has published on their Shakespeare First Folio digitization project blog. Katherine was a participant on the Franklin College Spring 2012 Semester Program and studied Shakespeare with Dr. Emma Smith in one of her tutorials. To read Katherine's work, have a look at the Bodleain Library's Sprint for Shakespeare page!
Congratulations Katherine, well-earned!
Mr Robert McGee, Associate Controller at UGA, is the 2013 recipient of the Friends of UGA at Oxford Award. The award is given yearly to the University faculty, staff, or administrative individual who has contributed the most time and energy to furthering the mission of the UGA at Oxford Program. For more information, please see the Office of International Education website, here.
The Program will host its annual Homecoming Tailgate on Saturday, Nov. 9th, on the Patio of Park Hall beginning three hours before kickoff. We invite all UGA at Oxford Alum to join us!
Joseph Netto, SPIA 2009 and Fall 2008 Alumn, has a featured interview in the Michaelmas 2008 issue of The Keble College newsletter, The Brick .
UGA at Oxford's Most Recent Debate:
UGA Versus Oxford Union Debate IV: 8 March 2011, UGA Chapel.
Resolved: China's economic and military rise threatens the interests of the United States and Great Britain in the 21st century.