The Catz Writing Center is hosting (almost) daily SHUT UP & WRITE! sessions. Join us if you’re looking to get some work done and socialize at the same time.
Here’s the link to the session:
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/96003587098?pwd=NVVSQlczbkZ2UHlWUFdNbGNpV0FuZz09
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Professor Christopher Bishop will be giving a lecture entitled ‘The Mathematics behind the AI Revolution’ in the Bernard Sunley Theatre on Monday 19 November 2018 5.00pm.
All are very welcome to attend and there is no need to RSVP. Tea and coffee will be served from 4.15pm.
More information: AlanTaylerLecture-19Nov
Wow, what a night! Being in my first year at Catz, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but the Catz Graduate Symposium showed me that our MCR members are pretty awesome, and this annual event is a well deserved celebration of that.
Ambassador Peter Galbraith (Catz, PPE 1973) has had a key role as a US diplomat in Foreign Affairs and gave an engaging talk to a nearly full Bernard Sunley Lecture theatre at Catz today. As a medical student, with a former life as a chemist, who had no huge interest in politics until Brexit, I am probably the least qualified … Read more →
Congratulations to all new Graduates in St Catz! You not only survived Freshers’ week, but are now also official students of the University of Oxford – something to be very proud of.
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Our annual Catz Graduate Dinner was a hugely successful pairing of all good things: the intellectual with the social, the humanities with the sciences, conversation with wine … and peanut ice cream with chocolate.
2016 saw for the first time a panel of Scholars’ Talks and a Poster Competition. Organised by … Read more →
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