Faculty

Our academic faculty is specially chosen among teachers and researchers in the world’s leading universities, including Oxford and Cambridge, St Andrews, Yale, Harvard, Columbia, UCLA, the Sorbonne, Salamanca, and Pompeu Fabra. In 2016 our teaching staff in Oxford and Cambridge alone consisted of more than 28 Rhodes, Gates, Marshall and Fulbright Scholars, making Oxbridge one of the biggest employers of elite scholars in the world.

Our creative and workshop courses, meanwhile, are taught by fully-fledged professionals – acclaimed writers and poets, filmmakers, photographers, and actors and directors – all selected for their talent, their varied experiences in their disciplines, their enthusiasm, and above all their ability to inspire our students.

Led by these outstanding individuals, whose work is thoroughly evaluated after every summer, and operating in small, seminar-style classes, our courses immerse students in subjects about which they are passionate while helping them uncover the spectacular sites and cultures in which they are living.

The Oxford Tradition

  • MPhil University of Oxford, BA Rhodes University

  • BEng National University of Scuence & Technology, Pakistan

    Syed is a Rhodes Scholar conducting doctoral research at the University of Oxford. He works as part of a machine-learning research group. He is particularly interested in financial time series forecasting and volatility prediction. Syed is a decorated scholar. In addition to the Rhodes, he holds an Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance Scholarship; was selected as a Microsoft Student Partner; and won a Gold Medal for the highest GPA in his year at the University of Sciences and Technology in Pakistan. Outside academia, Syed is active in development, instrumentation, and training for Engro Fertilizers Ltd.

  • BSc Imperial College London, MSt University of Oxford

    Tes Noah is a writer. He worked for several years as a journalist, first for The Columbus Dispatch and later The Independent. He has written, produced and directed for TV, including projects for PBS in the U.S. and Channel 4 in the UK. He is also the author of several screenplays.

  • BA, Post-Baccalaureate, University of Pennsylvania, MA University of St Andrews

    Alex brings diverse expertise into the classroom, with specialist knowledge ranging from ranging from terrorism and Eastern European security to medicine. After completing her MA at St Andrews, she completed her premedical studies in the United States. She is currently completing her medical training in Australia at the University of Queensland. Alex has also worked in support of clinical drug trials and lung transplant research. In addition to her work in medicine she remains connected to the world of security studies as a researcher on a government-funded University of Pennsylvania project investigating relationships between emerging terrorist groups and analyzing attacks. She maintains an ongoing private consultancy practice in the biotech and security fields.

  • BA Newcastle University, Diploma in journalism City University

  • BA Newcastle University, MA City University in London

    Flora is a journalist specializing in international news and current affairs. She currently works in Thailand, where she reports for the "Christian Science Monitor" and "The Sunday Times." She also produces films for "Channel 4 News," one of Britain’s leading daily news shows. Before moving to Thailand, Flora was stationed in Kenya, the United States, and China. In 2009 she was shortlisted for the Young Journalist of the Year at the British Press Awards.

  • MA Université de Genève, ML Universität Bern

    Anna is a Berrow Foundation Scholar at Lincoln College. Her doctoral research focuses on state responsibility and international organizations. Before coming to Oxford, Anna worked for a public law chamber in Zurich and for the Swiss Federal Office for Migration.

  • BA American University in Bulgaria, MPhil University of Oxford

    Arian has recently completed his Master of Philosophy degree, where he focused on mathematics and applied mathematics and their roles in Economics.

  • BA University of Oxford, MA Boston University, PhD King’s College London

    Luke's doctoral thesis was on Wagner in the Third Reich. He currently lectures on Musicology at Sidney Sussex College. He specializes in Wagner, Messaien, Elgar, and Stockhausen. He also performs regularly and has an extensive solo repertoire that ranges from Scarlatti to Stockhausen. His concerto repertoire includes major works by Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky and many others

  • MSt Univeristy of Oxford, BA Yale University

  • BA Alma College, MA King's College London

  • BA Alma College, MA King's College London

    Julie is a 2005 Truman Scholar. Today she works as a poet, essayist, teacher, oil painter, and Kripalu yogini. She holds a BA in English from Alma College, and a master's degree in Literature and Medicine from King's College London. She has been featured on Cambridge University's "Bodies of Work" website, and has won several awards in poetry - among them the first prize in the 2007 Leaf Books Poetry contest. She has been published in a variety of literary journals. Her essays have featured in "Punchnel's," "Vegan Life" magazine, and "The Oxford Medical School Gazette." Julie is also an experienced pedagogue. She is the writer-in-residence at Cheney School in Oxford for First Story, and teaches undergraduate writing courses at St. Clare's College with a special focus on dystopia, fantasy, and travel.

  • BA Paris Conservatoire, Post Graduate Drama Centre London, Post Graduate Vahktangov Institue Moscow

  • Diplôme Conservatoire de Paris, MFA Drama Centre London

    A trained dancer, choreographer, and movement director, Francesca has traveled the world perfecting her acting craft. Some of her most impressive credits include Rosalind in As You Like It at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Studios and at the Stratford-Upon-Avon summer Shakespeare festival, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet at the Globe Theatre in London, Sonya in Uncle Vanya at the Vahktangov Studio Theatre in Moscow, and Woman #1 in Samuel Beckett's Play at The White Box Project.

  • BA Mississippi State University, MPhil University of Oxford

    Field is a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, where he is researching modern British and European history. In the past he has held research scholarships at Stanford University and the University of Iowa. Field has addressed a variety of unions and organizations as a keynote speaker in both Europe and the United States. Outside of academia he is an elite athlete who played varsity football at Mississippi State University.

  • MPhil University of Oxford, BA Mississippi State University

  • BA Australian National University, BA of teaching University of Melbourne, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BA Australian National University, BA University of Melbourne, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Co-taught with Johana Musalkova

  • BA Ecole International Realization Audiovisuelle, Paris

  • BA Ecole International Realization Audiovisuelle, Paris

    Antonio is a screenwriter and filmmaker. During his time at university, he won the prestigious EICAR Student Choice Award, which is given to the best student film, for his short project "Le Mirage." He is currently working on a feature film entitled "Mind Over Matter." In addition to his directorial skills, Antonio is also an experienced videographer, editor, and producer. He is a polyglot and regularly writes material for film in French, Italian, and English.

  • BSc Aberystwyth University, MPhil, DPhil University of Oxford

    Dr. Chan completed his doctorate at the University of Oxford as the Sir John Swire Scholar at St. Antony's College. His thesis was on the evolution of developing country coalitions in international climate change negotiations. He is currently investigating North-South relations, developing countries in the post-Cold War era, climate change negotiations, global environmental governance, inequality in world politics, and the power and roles of norms and ideas in international relations. Dr. Chan is also an active practitioner, having advised the delegations of several countries at international climate conferences, and having worked for Members of Parliament in the U.K.

  • BSc University of Wales, Aberystwyth, MPhil University of Oxford, DPhil University of Oxford

  • BSc University of Toronto, MSc Bournemouth University, MPhil, MSc University of Oxford

  • DPhil, MSc, MPhil University of Oxford, MSc Bournemouth University, BSc University of Toronto

  • BSc University of Otago, MSc University of Otago, PhD University of Queensland

  • BA University of Sydney, MA University of Technology Sydney

  • BA Rhodes University, LLB Rhodes University, BCL University of Oxford

    Ingrid began her studies in law at Oxford as a Mandela Rhodes Scholar. For her outstanding work in comparative human rights law she was awarded the Ralph Chiles CBE Prize. As a Commonwealth Scholar she has continued her research into liability for historic mining pollution in South Africa. She also serves as the Deputy Chairperson of Oxford Pro Bono Publico. Ingrid won the 2010 African Human Rights Moot, as well as the Pan-African Debating Tournament in 2009.

  • BA University of Toronto; MS York University; MPA Cornell University

    Christopher is a doctoral researcher, in Geography, at Oxford. He researches quantitative models for food security. He has worked on environmental and development-related projects in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, India, and Nepal, including work with World Vision and the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development.

  • BA, MFA National Autonomous University of Mexico, MA Oxford Brookes University

    =Veronica is an artist and art historian. Her doctoral research and practice in Contemporary Arts explores live performance art practices and theories of affect. She has carried out extensive research in the prestigious Depart of Art History at the University of Barcelona. Veronica is firmly established in Oxford’s unique art scene, having held posts in both the Ashmolean Museum and Oxford Modern Art.

  • BA Camberwell College of Arts, BSc University Aberdeen, Foundation in Graphic Design London College of Communication

    Jennifer has a unique background in which the arts and sciences merge together. She is currently the Artist in Residence at the UCL Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging. In this role, she collaborates with scientists on the development of workshops and artworks that explore and communicate the concepts being researched. She also serves as a tutor in anatomical drawing at Central Saint Martins College in the University of Arts London. Her diverse portfolio includes a visiting lectureship on the illustration of science fiction, the creation of artworks for use on the film set of "Paddington Bear," and the delivery of community workshops in Reitir, Iceland.

  • BA Open University

  • BA University of Oxford, MSt University of Oxford

    A Clarendon Scholar at Oxford, Robert studies Modern Languages. His doctoral research focuses on early Soviet literary culture, with particular emphasis on the intersections between literature and literary theory. Before returning to Oxford to take up graduate work, Robert spent a year at P.G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University in Russia studying literature and language.

  • BA IIT Bombay

  • BS Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, MS Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

    Priyanka is a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, where she is conducting research into environmental change and management. Her writing is published on a regular basis, including in the "Hindustan Times." Her current work focuses on energy technologies in India. She is leading a team on behalf of the government, consolidating ideas about energy technologies that would be best-suited to the nation's future. UNEP also employed her as a consultant on the design team that fabricated their low-cost air quality monitor. Priyanka is closely involved with the Rhodes Scholars' Southern African Forum, an important grant-giving body in Oxford.

  • BFA École Internationale de Création Audiovisuelle et de Réalisation

    Luar wrote and directed five short films and participated in over 30 productions while a student at EICAR in Paris, and discovered a love for editing and set design in the process. One of her films went on to win an award in the Women Filmmakers category in the “Best Shorts Competition” at La Jolla. Since graduating she has worked in the art departments of two feature films, and on many other films as an editor, videographer, and assistant producer.

  • BFA Marymount Manhattan College

  • BFA Marymount Manhattan College

    Tanner is a dramaturge whose career has involved an array of directorships across Europe and the United States. He is Co-Director of the famously funny Oxford Imps. In addition to performing and directing, Tanner has significant experience devising and leading acting workshops for aspiring young actors. He has also written, directed, and edited a number of video productions, and has published work on a wide range of topics in various magazines and journals.

  • J.D. (Erste Juristische Pruefung) from Humboldt University, Berlin; MSc from the University of Oxford

  • J.D. (Erste Juristische Pruefung) from Humboldt University, Berlin; MSc from the University of Oxford

    Co-taught with David Ehmke

  • JD Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, MSc University of Oxford

    David is a doctoral researcher at Humboldt University in Germany. He is currently conducting research on private ordering contractual procedures for corporate debt restructuring; and he also has expertise in corporate insolvency, the methodological approach of law and economics, comparative law, and the philosophy of law. He obtained his master's degree in Law and Finance from the University of Oxford, where he studied as a Clarendon Fund and Cyril and Phillis Long Scholar, at the Faculty of Law and the Saïd Business School. David has held a number of visiting-scholar positions at prestigious institutions around the world, including Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania.

  • MSc University of Oxford, BS University of Tennessee, Chattanooga

  • BA University of Oxford

  • BA University of Oxford

    Christina is a doctoral candidate and graduate tutor in the Department of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford. She is currently researching the role of student friendships and interactions in situations of inter-ethnic tension. She also works as a Waynflete Intern in Psychology at Magdalen College School. This involves giving classes about researching and writing extended essays on a variety of subjects related to psychology.

  • BA State São Paulo University, MA Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

  • BA State São Paulo University, MA Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

    Rodrigo is a doctoral researcher in International Relations at the University of Oxford. He has a particular interest in transnational civil society and arms control policies. He is a decorated scholar and was awarded a prize for his master’s dissertation by the Ministry of Defense in Brazil. In the past he has worked for the Institute for Applied Economic Research - a Brazilian government-led think-tank whose mission is to improve the country’s public policies through research activities. Rodrigo served in the Brazilian Army as a First Lieutenant. He has published widely and is routinely cited as an authority on civil and social issues in the South American press.

  • BA American University in Bulgaria

  • BA, MA, DPhil University of Oxford

    Dr. Garas is a medical researcher. He departed the hospital for the laboratory after completing the initial phase of his clinical medical training, and gained a doctorate in pharmacology at the University of Oxford as a Clarendon Scholar. Recently he held a postdoctoral Fellowship at the MRC Brain Networks Dynamics Unit. He has since returned to his clinical work in order to qualify for practice as a medical doctor.

  • DPhil, MA, BA University of Oxford

  • BA University of British Columbia

  • MChem University of Oxford

  • BA Boston University, MSc London School of Economics, LLM Erasmus University Hamburg

  • BA Boston University, MSc London School of Economics, LLM Erasmus University Hamburg

    Tom is conducting doctoral research at the University of Oxford. He is a specialist in financial geography. His work concentrates on the development of financial centers in Central and Eastern Europe, with a particular focus on Poland. He also has expertise in EU-Russian relations and Central and Eastern European integration. His findings have been published in the "Journal of Contemporary European Research" and the "International Journal of Energy Security and Environmental Research." Tom is an experienced lecturer, and currently teaches at Vistala University in Poland. He has held similar posts across the world at institutions including the University of Massachusetts, the Albanian Institute for International Studies, and the Center for Social and Economic Research in Warsaw.

  • BA Boston University, MSc London School of Economics, LLM Erasmus University Rotterdam, LLM University of Hamburg, Fellow of Higher Education Academy (UK)

  • BSc University of Sussex, MSc University of Oxford

    Lauren is investigating the psychophysiology of adolescent anxiety at the University of Oxford. She has also founded co-founded an international, multi-disciplinary research group at the University. It is exploring the cognitive and clinical bases of pediatric chronic pain. In the past, Lauren has worked for the BBC "Horizon" series of scientific television documentaries.

  • BSc Duke University

  • BA Duke University

    Kenneth is a doctoral researcher in Genomic Medicine and Statistics. He is currently working on evolutionary approaches to understanding HIV infection. His previous research projects, both in academic and industrial settings, have included cancer genetics and drug sensitivity, the loss of gene function in evolution, the effects of chromosomal inversions on gene flow, sex-determining genes in coffin flies, fruit-fly mating habits, and the mass extinctions of mollusks. He is a Marshall, Goldwater, A.B. Duke, and Robert Byrd scholar.

  • BM University of Southern California, MPhil University of Oxford

    After completing undergraduate studies in music performance and philosophy, Lyndsey spent a year in Finland as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Helsinki, studying Finnish folk music, musicology and semiotics. At Oxford, Lyndsey researches popular music, politics, and identity in modern West Africa.

  • BA University of Leeds

    Hereward is a foreign correspondent reporting from across Asia and Africa. He contributes regularly to international media outlets including National Geographic, Al Jazeera, and the BBC. His most recent work has focused on the economic and social changes sweeping through Myanmar as it staggers from being a hermetic police state toward being a more open and democratic society. Previously he was employed by Reuters in conflict zones across the African continent.

  • BA Jacobs University Bremen, MPhil University of Cambridge

    A Romanian Gates Scholar, Sonia is a doctoral student at Queens' College Cambridge, undertaking research on educational leadership and students' academic achievement in secondary schools in the Faculty of Education. For the past three years she has also been working with the Faculty's student association, organizing a variety of events, including international conferences, research seminars and workshops. Outside her academic endeavors, Sonia is currently working as a research assistant on a therapy and counseling research project, is a volunteer at Kettle's Yard art gallery in Cambridge and a keen member of her college's graduate choir.

  • BSC, MSc Eötvös Loránd University, MSc, PhD Université Claude Bernard Lyon

    Dr. Ivanyi-Nagy is a postdoctoral researcher at the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine of the University of Oxford, where he works in the Molecular Parasitology Group, investigating various aspects of the molecular biology related to the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Before transitioning into parasitology, Dr. Ivanyi-Nagy conducted research and published on diverse medically important human pathogens, including hepatitis C virus, West Nile virus, HIV, and the prion protein. He holds advanced degrees in virology, biochemistry and immunology. Prior to his current work, he served as a postdoctoral researcher at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon.

  • BA University of Oxford, BPhil University of Oxford

  • BA, BPhil University of Oxford

    William is conducting doctoral research at the University of Oxford, where he is based in Balliol College. His thesis focuses on ethics, political philosophy, and the role of empathy in morality. He is also interested in the possibility of blame-free morality; the connections between philosophy and meditation; the idea of learning through experience; and the potential roles for philosophy in social activism. Before taking up his current post at Oxford, William was employed as a management consultant. He routinely conducted mindful empathy workshops with groups such as Giving What We Can, World at Play, and the Kibera School for Girls in Nairobi, Kenya. Outside of academia, William enjoys tennis and yoga.

  • BA Carleton University, MPhil University of Oxford

    Kritika is currently completing her doctoral degree at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the use of force by police officers in England and Wales. In particular she is examining the underlying causes of violence by scrutinizing police decision-making processes in various contexts. She has taught classes in criminology and social theory at Canterbury Christ Church University and Anglia Ruskin University. Kritika won a University of Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholarship and a Wakefield Scholarship for studies in criminology.

  • BA University College Dublin, PhD University College Dublin

  • BA University College Dublin, PhD University College Dublin

    Dr. Jordan completed his doctorate in 17th-century British History at University College, Dublin, and at Hertford College, Oxford, where he was a Visiting Scholar. His thesis was the first study of the life and career of Thomas Butler, Earl of Ossory. His research interests include the social history of the British aristocracy and the history of material and court culture. He publishes and presents at conferences on a regular basis. Dr. Jordan is also a seasoned educator. He has taught both undergraduates and high school students, and has held teaching appointments in Dublin, Oxford, and London, including at St. Paul’s Girls’ School. He is currently the Head of Arts and Humanities at the Oxford Tutorial College.

  • MA University of Kragujevac, MPhil University of Oxford

  • MA Universitet y Kraguyevac, MJur, MPhil University of Oxford

    Marija is a doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. Her thesis explores the role of Human Rights law in addressing human trafficking, with a particular focus on trafficking victims and their legal position with respect to the state as well as their traffickers. She completed her previous degrees with support from the Open Society Foundation, and from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the form of a Chevening Scholarship. She currently serves as a legal expert for the AIRE Centre, a London-based NGO whose mission is to promote awareness of European law rights. She is also a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Human Rights Law at the University's Faculty of Law.

  • LLB University of Zambia, PG-Cert Institute of Advanced Legal Education Zambia, MSc University of Oxford

    Arnold is a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford. He studies global governance and diplomacy in the Department of International Development. His initial training was in Law, and he remains a member of the bar as an Advocate of the High Court for Zambia. Arnold has experience in a wide range of legal practice including in banking, corporate advisory, energy mining and infrastructure, finance, litigation, and tax.

  • BSc, MB BCh BaO Queen’s University Belfast, MA King’s College London

    Dr. King is a physician at St. Peter’s hospital in the UK who has presented at several conferences, including the Psychiatric Liaison Accreditation Network conference “Improving Mental Health Care in General Hospitals”. She has also taught at Methodist College Belfast, Oakwood School and Assessment Centre, and Harberton Special School in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

  • BFA École Internationale de Création Audiovisuelle et de Réalisation

    While a student at EICAR in Paris, Luar wrote and directed five short films and participated in over 30 productions, discovering a love for editing and set design in the process. One of her films went on to win an award in the Women Filmmakers category in the “Best Shorts Competition” at La Jolla. Since graduating she has worked in the art departments of two feature films and on many other films as an editor, videographer, and assistant producer.

  • BFA The International Film School of Paris

  • BA University of Winnipeg, RIBA Part 1 and Part 2 Architectural Association School of Architecture

    Conrad is currently completing his RIBA Part 2 at the diploma school of the Architectural Association in London. During his studies he received numerous awards, including the Nicolas Boas Scholarship to the British School in Rome. His third year project, involving the scavenging and regurgitation of architectural waste, earned him a President's Medal nomination, while a fascination with industrial architecture and ruination is the basis for his current work.

  • BA National Institute of Fashion Technology, MA University for the Creative Arts

  • BA National Institute of Fashion Technology, MA University for the Creative Arts

    Vikram is a professional photographer. His projects convey romantic visions, surrealist ideas, and strong narratives inspired by the uncanny nature of dreams and the distortion of fact in memory. As a student Vikram gained a BA in fashion design, a number of postgraduate diplomas in photography, and ultimately a master's degree in the discipline. Today he works as a commercial and art photographer in London. His images routinely appear in global publications like "Vogue Italia," "Harper's Bazaar," and "The Independent." Saatchi Art recently named Vikram as "an important artist to watch."

  • BA Haverford College, MSt University of Oxford, MLitt University of Oxford

    Andrew is a doctoral researcher in American Literature at Yale University. He began his graduate studies in literature as a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford. His current project examines the ways in which authors incorporate individuals into communities, with a special focus on works by Cormac McCarthy, Michael Ondaatje, and Toni Morrison. He is a Contributing Editor to "Land That I Live," and was the Co-Founder of the Rhodes Creative Writing Workshop.

  • BA University of St. Andrews

  • BSc Imperial College London

  • BSc Imperial College London

    Co-teaching with Pirada Trongwongsa

  • BSc Imperial College London

    Min-Ho is a Wellcome Trust Scholar at the University of Oxford. He is conducting doctoral research in Clinical Neuroscience, and divides his time between Green Templeton College and Imperial College London. He is currently investigating the potential use of safe, non-invasive methods such as MRIs in both diagnosis and research into various neurological conditions; and the utilization of ultra-high field functional MRIs in conjunction with non-invasive treatment options for chronic pain. Outside of the academic world, he is an accomplished athlete and rows in Oxford for Green Templeton.

  • BA Santa Clara University, BPhi, DPhill University of Oxford

    Dr. Lopez held a coveted Rhodes Scholarship at the University of Oxford. She completed a doctoral thesis on the art of love in Plato's "Symposium," while simultaneously supervising undergraduates and teaching classes in moral philosophy. Today she is furthering her work in the philosophy of love as a postdoctoral researcher at Harvard University. Beyond academia, Dr. Lopez is a certified yoga teacher and an author of creative fiction, poetry, and pieces for screen and stage. Her works have been performed across America and the U.K.

  • MSt Univeristy of Oxford, BA Rutgers University

  • BA, Pontifical University of Chile, MSt University of Oxford, PhD, Pontifical University of Chile

    Dr. Maltrana is a research physicist. His early research focused on the study of income distribution using mathematical models and analogies borrowed from statistical mechanisms and thermodynamics. More recently his work has taken him to the CERN Large Hadron Collider, where he has been investigating high-energy physics and the Higgs Boson particle.

  • DPhil University of Oxford, MSc Imperial College London, BSc University of Zambia

  • BFA Rhode Island School of Design

    Elizabeth is an artist who specializes in design and illustration. Her works, in several media, have been published widely and for many purposes, from children's literature to greeting cards and toys to works for political campaigns.

  • BA Università degli Studi di Padova, MA Scuola Galileiana di Studi Superiori, DPhil University of Oxford

  • BA Università degli Studi di Padova, MA Scuola Galileiana di Studi Superiori, DPhil University of Oxford

  • BA, MA

    Stefano is currently conducting geopolitical research in Rome with the prestigious SIOI (Società Italiana Organizzazione Internazionale). His principal areas of interest are the cultural, military, and political environment in which the collaboration between Italy and Britain developed during the First World War, stretching from diplomatic to financial relations, military cooperation, and propaganda; and Italy's role in NATO cyber-defense and Mediterranean strategy. He has published widely on a range of military and cultural subjects. He has also taught undergraduate courses at the University of Oxford.

  • BA University of Oxford, BPhil University of Oxford, DPhil University of Oxford

  • BA University of Oxford, BPhil University of Oxford, DPhil University of Oxford

    Dr. Marsh is a former Fellow of Magdalene College in the University of Cambridge. He gained his undergraduate from the University of Oxford with a rare first-class honors degree in Classics. He went on to obtain a BPhil and DPhil in Philosophy before teaching at the University, ultimately moving to its famous rival across the Fens. Dr. Marsh is well-traveled and today serves as the Head of Classics at the Kamuzu Academy in Malawi.

  • MS Columbia University, PD, BA University of Toronto

  • BSc Experimental Psychology, University of Toronto

  • BSc University of Toronto, MSc University of Oxford

    Bora researches language processing at the Oxford Study of Children’s Communication Impairments. This work carries on from her previous work, focused on emotional language, at the University of Toronto’s Affect and Cognition Laboratory. Other research interests include language disturbance in schizophrenia. Combining her interests in psychology with a love of theatre, Bora will travel to India in September, where she will use theatre as a means of raising mental health awareness.

  • MArch University of Novi Sad, MEi:CogSci University of Vienna, MSc University of Vienna

  • AB Harvard University, MPhil University of Oxford

    Matthews is a graduate of the International Development program at Oxford, which he attended as a Rhodes Scholar. His focus was on development economics and political economy of India. Before coming to Oxford Matthews worked as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, specializing in Sub-Sahara and South Asia. He currently works as the Executive Director of an international NGO, the Youth Alliance for Leadership and Development in Africa.

  • BA The College of Wooster, MPhil University of Oxford

    Anders is a graduate of the Development Studies program at the University of Oxford. His research is focused on foreign investment and sustainable development. He completed a case study project in this area on the country of Bhutan.

  • MPhil University of Oxford, BA College of Wooster

  • BA Charles University Prague, MA University of Aberdeen, MSc University of Amsterdam

  • BA Charles University Prague, MA University of Aberdeen, MSc University of Amsterdam

    Johana is a doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. She is based in the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, where she is currently investigating issues of identity, memory, and region in Silesia. Her past projects have focused on the personal narratives of women living under Communism, and the relationship between language and power. Johana is also an expert on NGOs, and is experienced in development and fundraising - having once worked for the Forum 2000 Foundation.

  • BA University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, MPhil University of Oxford

    Rachel is carrying out research in International Relations at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. Her work is wide ranging, and past research projects include studies on the contribution of small neighborhoods to regime changes, the effects of material power on multilateralism and international rule-making, and reputation and international politics. She is a decorated scholar and in the past has won a Morehead-Cain Scholarship, an L. Richardson Preyer Award, and a Shepard Jones Award. Her work is widely published and she serves on a number of leadership committees in Oxford.

  • BA Smarthmore College, MSc University of Oxford

    Nicole studies migration at the University of Oxford. Prior to coming to Oxford, Nicole conducted qualitative research and a collaborative visual ethnography with sub-Saharan African immigrant men living in Madrid. She paid particular attention to the integration of African migrants in the city. Nicole also has a wide range of experiences outside of academia. She has served as a project coordinator for the Draper Consulting Group, as a legal team support specialist for Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen, and Loewy in Los Angeles, and as an education associate for Seva Mandir in Rajasthan. She is an alumna of the Oxford Tradition.

  • BA Yerevan State Linguistic University, MBA American University of Armenia

  • BA Yerevan Brusov State University of Language and Social Sciences, MBA American University of Armenia, MSc University of Oxford

    A recent graduate of Oxford’s Russian & East European Studies department, Levon has worked as a senior translator and interpreter at the Translation Center of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia, and continues to work as a freelance interpreter and translator for organizations such as the United Nations and the US Embassy in Armenia. Levon has also translated Machiavelli’s Prince into Armenian and has lectured about legal English and other related topics in Yerevan.

  • MBA Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, LLM, JD Duke University, BA University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth

  • BA Haverford College, Teacher Certification Bryn Mawr, MA Middlebury College

  • BA Haverford College, MA Middlebury College, MSt University of Oxford

    Hayley is a recent graduate of the University of Oxford’s Film Aesthetics program. Her work concentrated on Shakespeare, performance, and gender studies, and resulted in a thesis on two recent adaptations of the Bard's plays in cinema. Her current research deals with the representation of girlhood in Hitchcock films. Before coming to Oxford, Hayley taught English and Social Studies in Philadelphia.

  • BSc, MBChB University of Birmingham

  • BA, MA University of British Columbia, DPhil Univeristy of Oxford

    Dr. Palermo completed her doctorate at the University of Oxford as a Cawkwell Graduate Scholar. Her specialism is Greek Archaeology. Her research focuses on the impact of the new technology of iron on economic development in the ancient Mediterranean.

  • MSc Oxford Brookes University, BSc University of Stirling

  • BSc University of Derby, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Dominique is a researcher at the University of Oxford working towards a doctorate. She is particularly interested in nanotechnology, and her multi-disciplinary skills have led to specialisms in the surface functionalization of nanomaterials, lipid membrane self-assembly, and various analytical devices. She is also the Head of Communications for UPROSA Ltd., a tech and design start-up company, which focuses on unique products that tell the story of breakthrough scientific research.

  • DPhil University of Oxford, MA New York University, BA Boston College

  • BA Maastricht University, MSc University of Oxford

  • BA Maastricht University, MSc University of Oxford

    Angela is completing her doctorate in the department of International Development at Oxford. Her research focuses on the role and influence of knowledge actors in policy networks and processes that seek to create normative structures around environmental displacement. She also works as a research assistant for the Oxford Diasporas Program. Before coming to Oxford, Angela lectured at the University of Nijmegen, coordinating the United Nations and Multilateral Diplomacy: Theory and Practice program.

  • MA Queen Mary, University of London, BA University of York

  • BA University of Athens, MA University of Athens, MA University College London

  • BA University of Athens, MA University of Athens, MA University College London

    Marilou is a doctoral researcher in the University of Oxford's Faculty of Music. Her work is being funded by a coveted award from the State Scholarships Foundation in Greece. Her thesis is on digital music creativity. The research for this is diverse and cutting-edge. She is currently looking into fields including aesthetics, anthropology, cyber-cultural theory, ethnomusicology, materiality, and music technology. She is also a composer and arts journalist, and works as a music teacher in Oxford's Department for Continuing Education.

  • MEng University of Oxford

  • MEng University of Oxford

    Ilija is a doctoral researcher in the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford. He is currently investigating fullerene-based nanotechnologies for diagnostic and therapeutic applications in medicine. This work is building upon his earlier projects involving molecular machines. Ilija supervises undergraduates in materials sciences, and focuses particularly on the polymers course. He has also worked for Land Rover and Jaguar to develop crash test models to ensure vehicle safety. He is passionate about science education and communication and has served in various roles at Oxford as a STEM ambassador. He has received numerous commendations for his efforts to inspire others and share his love of science.

  • BS University of Bordeaux, MS University of Poitius, PhD Université Paris Diderot, Paris VII

    Dr. Récalde is a postdoctoral researcher in cell culture, molecular biology, and immunostaining at the University of Oxford, where she works in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine. Her work has been published in a wide range of journals, and she regularly presents her findings at academic conferences across the world. Dr. Récalde has extensive teaching experience, and has supervised students up to PhD level at the University of Oxford.

  • BS University of Bordeux, MS University of Poitius, PhD University of Paris VII

    ..Alice is a postdoctoral researcher in cell culture, molecular biology, and immunostaining at the University of Oxford, where she works in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine. Her work has been published in a wide range of journals, and she regularly presents her findings at academic conferences worldwide. Alice has extensive teaching experience, and has supervised students up to PhD level. She is also an accomplished kick-boxer.

  • LLB Queen Mary University of London, BCL University of Oxford

    Michael is an experienced speaker and a decorated academic. During his time in university, he gained an array of awards and distinctions, including the Leverhulme Prize, the Oxford University Press Prize, and the Longman Property Prize. He was recognized as the Best Advocate in several rounds of the London University Moot Shield in 2014. He also has a wide range of experience in the legal sector, having spoken in the Blackstone Chambers, XXIV Chambers, South Square Chambers, and several others besides. Michael has conducted legal research for the Farlam Commission in South Africa and he gained a placement with Sherrards Solicitors.

  • PhD London School of Economics

  • BSc University of the Basque Country, MSc Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Ibon is currently conducting doctoral research at the University of Oxford, where he specializes in condensed matter physics. His most recent projects in the Clarendon Laboratory have been moving toward programmable, motile, and responsive nanodevices in which DNA is used as a building block. He has extensive experience in ultra-high vacuum procedures, advanced laser technology, and optical setups. Ibon’s research work has taken him to Harvard University, the University of Würzburg, and CERN in Switzerland, where he conducted experiments at the Large Hadron Collider. He is widely published and has taught students up to graduate level.

  • BA University of Georgia, MA University of Oxford

    A literary scholar who has been researching the role of popular and high literature in colonialism, Matthew is putting his doctoral work in literature on hold to pursue law at Stanford Law School.

  • BA Manchester University

    A passionate and prolific filmmaker, Oscar established himself with the short film Sign Language. In 2010 Sign Language won top prize at the Reed Recruitment Short Film Competition, Virgina Media Shorts and Workplace Short Film Competition. Oscar's most recent film, The Kármán Line has enjoyed even greater success, including showings at the New York Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, and South by Southwest, as well as the Best Comedy award at the Aspen Shortsfest. Oscar has hosted webcasts from the Cannes Film Festival, is very active in London and New York film cultures. He has taught hundreds of students film for the BBC, the Barbican, and Cineclub, and is perhaps one of the most exciting young talents working in film today. Oscar is currently completing graduate work in film on a Fulbright Scholarship at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

  • BA, MA University of Oxford

    Robert is the Artistic Director of Shakespeare in Schools, an organization that demystifies Shakespeare for young people through active interpretation and performance. He has visited over 1,500 schools in the UK, the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Poland and elsewhere throughout the world, and began teaching on The Oxford Tradition in 1991. He recently directed Much Ado About Nothing, The Tempest, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, and A Midsummer Night's Dream, and he has performed in many lead roles, including Hamlet, King Lear, Henry V, Romeo, Macbeth, and Prospero.

  • BA University of Victoria, MA University of Victoria

    Karen is a Research Assistant at the Institute of Criminology at Cambridge. Her research on the psychology of imprisonment, forensic mental health, and restorative justice has been widely published. She currently serves as a Teaching Fellow at the City University London. She previously taught at Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Victoria.

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  • BSc and MSc Imperial College London

  • BSc Imperial College London, MSc Imperial College London

    Pirada is reading for a doctorate in biomedical engineering at Oxford. She previously worked in the Division of Molecular Biosciences at Imperial College London. She is also a member of the steering committee of Health Challenge Thailand, which organizes conferences focused on health issues in Thailand and networking events for Thai scientists and researchers in the UK. Pirada received a scholarship from the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST) for her undergraduate and doctoral studies.

  • BA University of Virginia, MSt University of Oxford

    Charlie is a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, where he is conducting research into empathy and the ethics of art in the Victorian period. He has won many accolades, including a Beinecke Scholarship and a Robert Kent Gooch Scholarship. In the past he has worked as a reporting intern for "Inside Higher Ed." He has also served as a research assistant on projects focusing on everything from the relationships between women and gay men, to the syllabus of a new program on political and social thought. Outside academia Charlie is a keen sportsman who serves on the board of the Balliol College Boat Club.

  • MSt University of Oxford, BA University of Virginia

  • LL.B King’s College London Law School, LL.M Georgetown University, MSc University of Oxford

  • LLB King’s College London, MA Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, MA Université de Paris II Panthéon-Assas, LLM Georgetown University, MSc University of Oxford

    Marion is currently pursuing doctoral research in Criminology at the University of Oxford, where she is a Paris Bar Scholar, a Rotary Scholar, and a French Educational Trust Fund Scholar. She is also a lawyer and member of both the Paris and New York Bar Associations. Her current research focuses on life without parole in California. She is investigating how and why this practice emerged and became normalized, rather than being challenged and amended. Marion is also an editorial assistant for "Theoretical Criminology."

  • BA Brown University, MPhil University of Oxford

  • BA Brown University, MPhil University of Oxford

    Claire is a doctoral candidate in International Relations at Oxford. She is researching the history of the legal concept of an "enemy of mankind" - the harbinger of modern International Criminal Law. In addition to her academic pursuits, Claire is working with the United Nations on a defense team before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.

  • BS Middle Tennessee State University, PhD Cornell University

    Dr. Wallace is a researcher at the Ludwig Cancer Institute at the University of Oxford. She works on functional and inherited genomics for application in the prediction and treatment of human disease. Dr. Wallace obtained a PhD in genetics and genomics focusing on somatic alterations that drive cancer. She has significant experience teaching laboratory and cell biology, incorporating cutting-edge research, new biotechnologies, and emerging issues such as genetic testing, personalized medicine, and bioethics.

  • PhD Cornell University, BS Middle Tennessee State University

  • BS University of Cape Town, LLB University of Cape Town, BCL University of Oxford

    Emma is a Commonwealth Scholar reading for an MPhil in Law at the University of Oxford. Prior to her current degree, she served as a clerk at the South African Constitutional Court. Emma is an accomplished debater and expert coach in rhetoric. She worked with the South African National Development team, which went on to take second place at the World Championships.

  • BA University of St Gallen Switzerland, MSt University of Cambridge

    Nikolaus is an entrepreneur working in the e-commerce, app development, and biotech sectors, and uses his experience in software to optimize supply, performance, and management. Since concluding his research at the University of Cambridge, he has gone on to co-found two start-up companies, UPROSA Ltd. and APPY Ltd. Prior to this he held positions with several major firms, including Pfizer, Goodshine Ag, and OWF 21 Ag, all of which used his skills in data analysis and commerce. As well as working extensively across Europe he has conducted research and development work in Australia.

  • DPhil, MSt University of Oxford, MA Claremont Graduate University, BA University of Southern California

  • BA Stanford University

    Meredith holds a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship at the University of Oxford, where she is conducting research for an MPhil in Modern Middle Eastern Studies. She was once a Harry S. Truman Scholar, and mastered Arabic in Amman, Cairo, and Tangier as a U.S. State Department National Security Scholar. She has also held a Research Fellowship at the Brookings Institution Doha Center. Meredith's early work, which was conducted at Stanford University, came to national attention when "The Atlantic" published her findings in 2014. Today her investigations center on political disengagement in contemporary Egypt, where she lived and worked between 2009 and 2010.

  • MPhil University of Oxford, BA Stanford University

  • BA Trinity College Dublin, MA University College London

    Fiona is a doctoral candidate in Medieval History at Wolfson College, Oxford. Fiona has held research posts with the Royal Academy of Arts, London, and the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin. She has also worked as a librarian and private genealogist.

  • BA University of Cambridge, MPhil University of Cambridge

    In 2006 and 2008 Toby was named Young Composer of the Year by The Guardian/ BBC Proms. His works have been performed at the Royal Albert Hall, Sadlers Wells, and Cadogan Hall, by ensembles that include the London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Academy of Ancient Music, and the choirs of King's and Sidney Sussex Colleges, Cambridge. In 2009 and 2010 Toby was a visiting lecturer and composer-in-residence at the University of Perugia. He is currently a visiting lecturer at Goldsmiths College, University of London. He is the Artistic Director and Composer for the Delphian Singers and the Assistant Artistic Director for the Brandenburg Festival. He is completing his doctorate in music at New College, Oxford.

  • LLM University of Cambridge, LLB University of Chile

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  • BSc Lahore University of Management Sciences, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BSc Lahore University of Management Sciences, MSc University of Reading, MPhil University of Cambridge

    A doctoral candidate in the Economics faculty at Cambridge, Muhammad focuses on the impact of commodity prices on macroeconomic variables. Before coming to Cambridge he worked at KPMG in London as a senior audit associate. Before that he worked as a teaching fellow at Lahore University, where he introduced a Time Series economics course and taught graduate classes in Microeconomic analysis and Econometrics.

  • BSc University College London, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Renata graduated with 1st class honors from UCL and has since worked with several technology and medical start-ups. Outside of her experience in project management in the start-up sphere, Renata has worked in intellectual property consultancy. Her research at Cambridge focused on innovation and firm networks.

  • BSc University of Aberdeen and University of British Columbia, MPhil University of Cambridge, PhD University of Cambridge

  • BSc University of Aberdeen and University of British Columbia, MPhil University of Cambridge, PhD University of Cambridge

    Graham is often to be found in the Tanjung Puting National Park, in Indonesia, where he conducts molecular and ecological studies of the Park’s population of Bornean orangutans. He is presently a Guest Scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, in Leipzig, a Fellow of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai, an Adjunct Professor in the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Research Associate at the nearby Henry Vilas Zoo. His book, The Kingfisher Encyclopedia of Life, was nominated in Austria and Germany for Science Book of the Year.

  • BA University of Florida, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • LLB Queen Mary, University of London, LLM Harvard Law School

    Camilla is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford. She earned an LLM at Harvard Law School, where she was both a Fulbright Scholar and Teaching Fellow. She has held appointments at the NYU School of Law and the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian affairs. Camilla is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

  • LLB Queen Mary, University of London, LLM Harvard Law School

    Camilla is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford. She earned an LLM at Harvard Law School, where she was both a Fulbright Scholar and Teaching Fellow. She has held appointments at the NYU School of Law and the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian affairs. She is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

  • MPhil University of Cambridge, MA University of Kent, BA Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

  • BS University of Otago, MPH University of Otago

  • BS University of Otago, MPH University of Otago

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  • BS, MPH University of Otago, MPhil, PhD University of Cambridge

    James is a medical researcher based in the Department of Non-communicable Disease Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. His doctoral thesis focused on the optimization of treatments in populations with Type 2 diabetes. Past projects have included an effort to manage child obesity with the National Health Service, and the creation of model injury recovery profiles for the WHO Global Burden of Disease study. James is also a seasoned pedagogue. He supervises medical students at both undergraduate and graduate level, and has significant experience leading workshops and training for fellow health professionals.

  • BA University of Arizona, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BSBA University of Arizona, MPhil University of Cambridge

    A recent Cambridge graduate, Stephen is in the process of becoming a consultant in Germany. His work in financial consulting has taken him to China, where he worked at the Henkel Asia Pacific Headquarters. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, Stephen worked as a student teacher in local schools and at the university.

  • BSBA University of Arizona, MPhil University of Cambridge

    A recent Cambridge graduate, Stephen is in the process of becoming a consultant in Germany. His work in financial consulting has taken him to China, where he worked at the Henkel Asia Pacific Headquarters. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, Stephen worked as a student teacher in local schools and at the university.

  • BSBA University of Arizona, MPhil University of Cambridge

    A recent Cambridge graduate, Stephen is in the process of becoming a consultant in Germany. His work in financial consulting has taken him to China, where he worked at the Henkel Asia Pacific Headquarters. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, Stephen worked as a student teacher in local schools and at the university.

  • BA University of Arizona, MPhil University of Cambridge

    A recent Cambridge graduate, Stephen is in the process of becoming a consultant in Germany. His work in financial consulting has taken him to China, where he worked at the Henkel Asia Pacific Headquarters. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, Stephen worked as a student teacher in local schools and at the university.

  • PhD, MPhil University of Cambridge, BEd University of Melbourne, BMus Australian National University

  • BA Trinity College Dublin, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Maurice is conducting doctoral research at the University of Oxford with a full scholarship from Jesus College. He is based in the Faculty of History, and his principal area of expertise is the history of revolution and radicalism. He is currently investigating Irish radicals' navigation of global networks during the 1920s and 1930s, stretching from New York to Moscow. Maurice's other recent projects have focused on diverse historical topics, including the influences of socialism, feminism, and militant republicanism in the Irish movement for gay rights; and the letters and diaries of Irish visitors to the Soviet Union during the 1930s.

  • MPhil University of Cambridge, BA (Hons) Trinity College Dublin

  • BA Webster University, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Iva research investigates the implicit association test and how it can be used to minimize lying and personality assessments within work settings. She co-teaches workshops on adaptive testing and supervises Cambridge undergraduates in Social Psychology and Research Methods.

  • MA, LLB, DBA Chulalongkorn University, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Dr. Chokesuwattanaskul is currently completing a second doctorate, this one in economics, at the University of Cambridge. He is based in the famous Center of Development Studies. His research seeks to expose the role of export cartels in economic development by combining game theory with historical analyses. Before beginning this project, Dr. Chokesuwattanaskul had been a practicing lawyer for several years. He has also served as a lecturer and academic supervisor in subjects including business management, economics, and statistics at several universities in his native Thailand, and at the University of Cambridge.

  • MEng, PhD University of Glasgow

    Dr. Colquhoun is an expert in biomaterials engineering, and is a sought-after industry figure. Recent projects include an innovative collaboration between the University of Glasgow and Giltech Ltd. to develop degradable phosphate glass fiber composites for regenerative orthopedic applications. His research interests include biomaterials, glass manufacturing, orthopedics, inorganic chemistry, and vibrational spectroscopy. Dr. Colquhoun has also worked with ClydeUnion Pumps to investigate the failure mechanisms of hydraulic artificial lift systems.

  • BA University of California Santa Barbara, MA Royal Holloway, University of London, MPhil University of Cambridge, PhD University of Cambridge

  • BA University of California Santa Barbara, MA Royal Holloway, University of London, MPhil, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Cooke completed her doctoral studies in the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge. Her ongoing work explores the effects of prison-based training and rehabilitation programs on both the participants and the institutions. In addition to her own research, she is expert in the evaluation of government and non-profit social programs, particularly in the area of criminology.

  • MBioch University of Oxford, PhD University of Cambridge

    Jack's doctorate in molecular biology explored the assembly and disassembly of mRNA nuclear export complexes. He is completing his medical degree as a graduate-entry student at Birmingham University.

  • BS University of Toronto, MA University of Victoria

  • BS University of Toronto, MA University of Victoria

    Sarah-Louise is a doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge, where she is working on biological anthropology and human anatomy. The objective of her current research is to provide an osteological perspective on the biomechanical complexity of childbirth. This will contribute to tracking and quantifying the uniquely human obstetric dilemma. She is an experienced public speaker, having presented her work at conferences across Canada and the UK. Sarah-Louise supervises undergraduates at the University of Cambridge and has also taught several anthropology courses at the University of Victoria in British Columbia.

  • BA Pennsylvania State University, MPhil University of Cambridge, PhD University of Cambridge

    Gillean has a background in sustainable grass-roots architecture and theater production design. After graduating top of her class at Penn State she went on to complete an MPhil and PhD in Environmental Design in Architecture at Cambridge. As a Gates Scholar of Jesus College she sought to determine the affects of urban densification and fresh produce consumption on UK CO2e emissions. She is currently working on several design initiatives globally, both on the stage and off, and works as an advocate for sustainable urban planning and the thoughtful integration of urban agriculture.

  • BA Cambridge School of Art

    Anthony is a professional commercial photographer with a first-class degree in the discipline. His large portfolio of clients includes Vogue.com, Paralympics GB, the National Health Service, British Telecom, and the National Trust. His career has taken him overseas to work on multiple documentary and editorial projects. He has a particular interest in documenting the rhino poaching trade in India and sub-Saharan Africa. Anthony is a veteran educator who teaches photography and related software across the Cambridgeshire area.

  • BA Cambridge School of Art

  • BA Indiana University, MA Latin American School of Social Science, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Isabel is a doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge, where she works as both a Cambridge Trust Scholar and a Trinity Hall Graduate Scholar. She has particular expertise in development studies and in international trade. Her academic interests center on economic development, global political economy, and the globalization of production. She is a sought-after figure in politics, having served as a senior consultant in Ecuador's National Development Plan, and as a senior adviser to the Ecuadorian Minister for Education, Science, Technology, and Innovation.

  • MPhil University of Cambridge, MA Latin American School of Social Science, BA Indiana University

  • BA (Hons), MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BA, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Christina is a specialist in Tudor and Stuart material and visual culture. Her most recent work has focused on clocks in Tudor portraits. Her research interests are diverse, and she also pursues post-classical Latin and sixteenth-century Paleography. She is a decorated scholar who has won several prizes from the University of Cambridge, including the Whytehead Scholarship, the Larmor Award, and the George Daniels Educational Trust Award. Christina is committed to the arts outside of the university sector, and has previously held posts at the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Lebrecht Music and Arts Photo Library, and the Fitzwilliam Museum. As a teacher she has extensive experience of supervising undergraduates in the History of Art at the University of Cambridge.

  • BMaths Queensland University of Technology

    Brody is a Rhodes Scholar and doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. He is based in the Department of Computer Science, and is an expert in the application of mathematics and technology to tackle problems within science and medicine. At present he is investigating the potential of computational techniques to model respiratory disease processes such as emphysema. Outside academia, Brody has a keen interest in mental health issues and youth engagement. He has served as a logistics manager for a mental health charity, and as a director a policy think-tank. He also designs mathematics engagement workshops for high schools.

  • BMaths, Queensland University of Technology

  • BA, MS National School of Political Studies and Public Administration (Bucharest); Ph.D. Academy of Economics, Univeristy of Bucharest

  • BA Universitatea din Bucuresti, MS Universitatea din Bucuresti, PhD Academia de Studii Economice din Bucuresti

    Dr. Galalae is a Lecturer in Business Studies at Coventry University, and a Marketing Coordinator for TEDxFulbright. She has a PhD in Economics and International Business, and as a student she held a Fulbright Scholarship at the University of Texas at Austin. Her current projects center on issues in migration studies and consumer culture theory. Her research takes her across Europe and the United States. In addition to her vibrant academic career, Dr. Galalae has worked as a Marketing Expert for international corporations such as GDF SUEZ and Betafence.

  • BT IIIT-Delhi

  • BSc (Hons) University of York

    Nikoletta is a doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge. She has particular expertise in epidermal stem cell and cancer biology, and is based in the University's famous Stem Cell Institute. Her interests also include bioinformatics, cell biology, and genetics. She is currently investigating RNA methylation and responses to stress in cancer, skin, and stem cells. Nicole is also passionate about science communication and outreach. She works with Cambridge Hands on Science to create workshops for primary and secondary school students. In the past she has also worked at The Genome Analysis Center in Norwich, England.

  • BA Fine Art, Middlesex University, MA Fine Art, Camberwell College of Art

    Rosanna is a practicing artist whose recent exhibitions include, The Rotation of the Earth Drags the Atmosphere Around With It, a solo show at the Brixton Windmill in London, and a Temporary Residence at the Kettles Yard, Cambridge. She has lectured in Fine Art at the Cambridge School of Art since 2005.

  • BA University of Cambridge

  • BA University of Cambridge

    Emma’s doctoral research in Classics focuses on the ancient epic and its reception. She received the prestigious Hugo de Balsham prize from Peterhouse for her exceptional undergraduate work as well as, among other accolades, a travel grant from the Classics Faculty. Alongside researching, she tutors students in Latin, English literature, and creative writing.

  • BSc University of Nottingham, MSc University of Nottingham, PhD University of Cambridge

  • BSc, MSc University of Nottingham, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Gundry is a Fellow of Darwin College in the University of Cambridge where he supervises undergraduates in Zoology. He also maintains an active photography practice. He acquired a love of wildlife having been raised in the Solomon Islands in the Pacific Ocean, and in Dartmoor in England. He went on to pursue a Master's degree in Biological Photography and Imaging at Nottingham University before coming to Cambridge, where he gained a doctorate on insect flight. As part of his research he developed a range of imaging technology and techniques. To date he has created high-quality imagery of about 700 of the University Museum of Zoology's specimens for the use of researchers around the world. His photography work also takes him to locations across Britain and Europe to capture charismatic wildlife, from puffins in Pembrokeshire to white-tailed eagles Norway.

  • BA Durham, MPhil Cambridge

    Christoph Haar is an international student with German and Czech roots, who studied History and Politics in Durham, earning First Class Honors. He is currently completing his doctorate in intellectual history at Cambridge. His research topic is Household, Community and Power in Jesuit Political Thought between 1593 and 1643. Deeply interested in intellectual history and philosophy, Christoph completed an MPhil in Political Thought and Intellectual History, also in Cambridge, before beginning his doctoral research. Beyond the confines of the library Christoph is an avid sportsman. He earned a full Blue as a member of the University varsity basketball team.

  • BA Carleton College, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BA Carleton College, MPhil, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Hammond studied at Cambridge as both a Gates Cambridge Scholar and a Commonwealth Scholar. Her doctoral research explored the use and regulation of assistive and reproductive technologies in Canada. She led the initial Cambridge Global Scholars Symposia during her time at Cambridge. Dr. Hammond now studies law at McGill University.

  • B.ASc University of Toronto

    A PhD student at the University of Cambridge studying blast-absorbing materials, Jonathan is primarily interested in spacecraft and aircraft design, areas in which he has gained considerable experience from working on a variety of civilian and military aircraft projects. Beyond the confines of the laboratory, Jonathan has studied Mandarin and participated in international courses on human rights through the Asper Foundation and March of the Living.

  • BA La Trobe University, LLB La Trobe University, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Liane studied International Relations as a Cambridge Australia Scholar. Before that she worked in legal, policy, and research roles for the government of Victoria. She was admitted to practice as a solicitor and barrister of the Supreme Court of Victoria. She is Deputy Managing Editor of e-International Relations, an online journal, and a Research Associate at the think-tank Theos.

  • BA (Hons) University of Essex, MA Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London

  • BA (Hons) University of Essex, MA Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London

    Eamon is an actor, director, and pedagogue. He currently serves as a Senior Lecturer in Voice at Bath Spa University. He regularly coaches actors in the Royal Shakespeare Company, and has previously held posts at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, the American Musical Theatre Academy, and the Hampstead Academy of Acting and Drama. He also served as the lead voice coach for the West End production of "Matilda."

  • BA University of Cambridge, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BA University of Cambridge, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Luke’s PhD is focused on the financial system in the post-crisis context, while his major philosophical interests are in social and political theory. His varied teaching experience in Cambridge includes supervising undergraduates in the Sociology Department and teaching the Modern Capitalism course.

  • BArch Pune University, SMArchS Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • BSc Newcastle University; MSc University of Glasgow; PhD King's College London

    Katerina is a researcher at University College London, specializing in the generation of patient-specific tracheas for transplantation. Her doctorate was on the differentiation of human embryonic stem cells for lung regeneration. Previously she specialized in human embryonic stem cell biology and differentiation, the human placental implantation and embryonic development in normal and pre-eclamptic conditions, as well as the analysis of inheritance of genetic diseases. She teaches histology and molecular techniques to undergraduate and supervises graduate laboratory research.

  • BS International Business & Chinese Enterprise Programme

  • BSc Kiev National Taras Schevchenko University

    A Gates Scholar at the University of Cambridge, Anastasiia is pursuing a PhD in Biochemistry, investigating the mechanisms of translational control of gene expression. At Cambridge, she served as a Social Officer of Gates Scholars Council, cox of the Men's and Women's First VIII of Wolfson College Boat Club and a member of Biochemistry's postgraduate committee. She received a number of grants and awards, including a scholarship from the President of Ukraine for winning the bronze medal at the International Biology Olympiad.

  • BSc University of St Andrews

  • BA Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, MDiv Covenant Theological Seminary

    Arthur is a doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge, where he is currently investigating hermeneutical functions in the Book of Proverbs. He is a decorated scholar, and has won several travel and research funds from the University of Cambridge, in addition to the R. Laird Harris Prize in Exegesis and the Ministry Leadership Award. Arthur has also published his work extensively. His most recent pieces have examined women’s ordination in the church, and the first chapter of Proverbs.

  • BS, MSc University in Sofia (Bulgaria), PhD University of Lleida (Spain)

  • MSc Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, PhD University of Lleida

    Having completed his doctoral research in Molecular Neuropathy, Anton focused his research on the characterization of the underlying physiological mechanisms in Alzheimer’s disease. His continued research examines the molecular mechanisms of neonatal brain injury, Argyrophilic grain disease, and Pick disease. He has taught Molecular Biology to Biomedical Engineering students at Kings College London, and currently supervises and advises bachelor, master and doctoral students. Anton has been published most recently in The Journal of Biological Chemistry and Neurology Research International.

  • BA University of Cambridge, MSc University of York

    After graduating from Cambridge, David worked for former prime-minister Tony Blair before returning to his studies in development economics and emerging markets. He now works as an economist in the UK Government's Department for International Development (DFID) where his focus is on supporting the institutional arrangements that facilitate growth, particularly in fragile states.

  • BA Hamburg School of Business Administration, MSc University of St Andrews

  • BA Trinity College Dublin, MASt University of Cambridge

  • BA Trinity College Dublin, MASt University of Cambridge

    Anna is a scholar with a wide variety of research experience, including projects at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and various Senior Sophister Projects. Among her many achievements are the Carl Max Hammond Award, the FitzGerald Medal and Prize, and the Robert Gardiner Memorial Scholarship. She has taught Classical Mechanics, Linear Algebra, and Analysis to undergraduates at Trinity College Dublin. Anna has also worked as a question writer for Adaptemy, and as a mediator in Dublin's Science Gallery.

  • BA University of Western Ontario, MS London School of Economics and Political Science

  • BA University of Western Ontario, MSc London School of Economics

    A graduate of the London School of Economics, Cindy applied her expertise in media, information, and techno-culture, to analyzing identity formation and representations of race in online media. She currently works with Debate Mate, an after school debate program which helps students in under-privileged areas develop crucial communication and leadership skills.

  • MSc McGill University, BMSc Univeristy of Western Ontario

  • AB University of Pennsylvania, MLitt University of St Andrews, MPhil, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Mackowiak is a lecturer, Director of Studies, and sometime Praelector of Robinson College at the University of Cambridge. His diverse interests include the literature of Victorian scientific materialism, literature about university life, “badness” in poetry, the English Tripos Tragedy paper, and comedy. He received his first degree Phi Beta Kappa summa cum laude from University of Pennsylvania in English and Physics. After that he spent a year at the University of Virginia as the President's Fellow in English language and Literature. At Cambridge he has played in the University's Gold squad for five years, twice captaining teams; has served as Captain of graduate rowing at Trinity College; and is a member of The Hawk's Club.

  • AB University of Pennsylvania, MLitt University of St Andrews, PhD University of Cambridge

  • BSc University of Teeside, MA University of Leeds, PhD University of Cambridge

  • BSc University of Teeside, MA University of Leeds, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Marshall completed his doctorate on the role of youth justice practitioners in England and Wales. Previously a police officer, Dr. Marshall is now a social entrepreneur and researcher, passionate about working with young people. He is currently involved in projects working on a range of issues which affect young people and recognizing the gaps in support services provided to them. Dr. Marshall has taught classes in criminology, criminal justice, law, psychology and sociology at the University of York, Leeds Metropolitan University and Anglia Ruskin University. He has also worked in Her Majesty’s Government with the UK Ministry of Justice. In 2013 and 2014 Dr. Marshall was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology. In 2013, he founded 81 Dots, an organization that provides tailored support to professionals and organizations working with young people.

  • BA University of St Andrews, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Conor is a professional actor, researcher, and web designer and animator. He is currently pursuing his doctorate at the University of Glasgow, where he explores how digital technologies and videogames in particular might help further environmental consciousness. While at Cambridge, Conor facilitated graduate workshops in digital media and aesthetics. He has taught classes on acting, filmmaking and film editing throughout the UK. As an actor, Conor’s most recent performance was in the Highland Shakespeare Company’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, reinterpreted as The Dream, for the 68th Edinburgh Festival.

  • BS Université Saint Joseph (Lebanon); MPhil Univeristy of Cambridge; MS, DPhil University of Oxford

  • BS Université Saint Joseph, MPhil University of Cambridge, MSc, DPhil University of Oxford

    Dr. Menassa teaches biological science, medical science, and neuroscience at the University of Oxford, where he serves as a postdoctoral researcher in neuroimmunology in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences. He wrote his doctoral thesis at the University. Dr. Menassa's current projects focus on multimodal approaches to the study of autism spectrum disorders and post-mortem stereology, neuropathology, magnetoencephalography, and in-vitro methods.

  • MD University of Dar es salaam, MPH Harvard University

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  • MD University of Dar es salaam, MPH Harvard University

    Dr. Mgomella holds a Gates Scholarship at the University of Cambridge. He is working in Public Health and Primary Care as part of the International Health Care Research Group. His current research project centers on HCV epidemiology and co-infection with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa. In the past Dr. Mgomella has worked as a primary care physician and as a medical school instructor.

  • BSc Northeastern University, Diploma Architectural Association

    Shaelena is a Junior Designer at Sasaki Associates. In this role, she designs for concept schemes, collaborates with consultants, and tracks every phase of a project through schematic, design development, and construction documents. She has a wide range of experience in the professional world, having previously held positions with Squire and Partners, Ann Beha Architects, and Leers Weinzapfle Associates. Shaelena is also an experienced tertiary supervisor, and has guided students at Boston Architectural College and Northeastern University.

  • BSc University of Arizona, MSc Arizona State University, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Morris is a bioinformatician at Cambridge Epigenetix. She is currently developing tools to enable research in the fast-moving field of epigenetics. Prior to returning to Cambridge to take on this role, Dr. Morris was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at University College London; and prior to that, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Molecular Oncology and Imaging at Barts' Institute of Cancer in London. Her doctoral thesis investigated the molecular mechanisms of metabolic syndrome, and specifically the effects of under-nutrition during pregnancy. Her research background is diverse, and includes two years as a Rainforest Research Specialist at Columbia University's Biosphere 2 Center in Arizona.

  • BA Brown University, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Nungari is conducting doctoral research at the University of Cambridge in The Centre of Development Studies. Her current investigations revolve around institutions and development, development economics, business and globalization, and justice and development. One past project, for which she was awarded the coveted Samuel L. Lamport Prize, exposed the ideologies in the leaderships of East African political intellectuals, and their legacy in the development of the region. She has held a number of prestigious fellowships. They include the Humanity in Action Senior Fellowship, and the International Institute for Political and Economic Studies Fellowship in Crete. Nungari is also active in industry, and has worked as an analyst and associate consultant for Dalberg Global Development Advisors.

  • MB, BS, BMedSci The University of Melbourne, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Dr. Neoh is an endocrinologist at Endocrinology Melbourne. Among her many qualifications are an MPhil in Translational Medicine from the University of Cambridge, which she undertook with a prestigious Gates Scholarship. Among the many notable awards she has won are the Vernon Collins Prize in pediatrics and the Herbert Bower Memorial Prize for psychiatry. Dr. Neoh has extensive experience working in hospitals, and in the past has served as as a clinical research fellow. She is widely published and has tutored many medical students and trainee physicians.

  • BSc University of Plymouth, MBChB Peninsula Medical School, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Dr. Noor is a medical doctor practicing in the Intensive Care Department of the renowned Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge. In addition to his own medical practice, Dr. Noor teaches medical students and junior doctors at Addenbrooke’s, the teaching hospital of the University of Cambridge Medical School. He is a Clinical Supervisor at the Medical School, and an Associate Research Fellow for Medicine at Homerton College, Cambridge. He is a Member of the Royal College of Physicians.

  • MPhil Univeristy of Cambridge, MBChB Peninsula Medical School, BSc (Hons) University of Plymouth

  • MSc Universidad de los Andes

  • BSc Lahore University of Management Sciences, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BS, BA Michigan State University

  • BSc University of Edinburgh

  • BSc University of Edinburgh

    Veselina is a doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge, where she holds a prestigious Gates Scholarship. She is based in the University's Department of Clinical Neurosciences. Her current research focuses on strategies to repair the damage done to nerve cells by spinal cord injuries. She aspires to enhance our understanding of the neurodegenerative and regenerative processes in the brain; and to improve diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life for affected individuals and their families.

  • BSc University College Utrecht, MSc University College London

    Samuel is a specialist in areas such as visual consciousness, neural networks, movement and attention, and auditory perception. He is currently conducting research at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris. His project focuses on relations between infra-slow visceral oscillations and spontaneous fluctuations in visual perception. In the past he has worked as a junior researcher in the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, and as a data analyst in the Erasmus Medical Centre in Rotterdam. Outside of academia Samuel is a keen rower and musician.

  • BSc Jacobs University Bremen

  • BS University of Edinburgh, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Popis is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Cambridge Stem Cell Institute. Her current work revolves around stem cells and how they repair skin after injury, and the various molecular mechanisms involved in the process. She completed a PhD in Stem Cell Biology at the University of Cambridge. She is interested in outreach and industry, and has previously worked with Cambridge-based groups such as The Innovation Forum and The Equality Challenge Unit. Dr. Popis is also a polyglot and has translated educational materials from English into Polish for EuroStemCell.

  • PhD University of Cambridge, BSc University of Edinburgh

  • LLB Keele University, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Charlotte is an Associate Tenant in the Mansfield Chambers in London, and she is also pursuing doctoral research in the Law Faculty and Department of Sociology at the University of Cambridge. Her current project is an examination of the legal approaches in England and Wales to female genital mutilation. As part of this she is conducting in-depth, semi-structured interviews with survivors and stakeholders. The project has received generous support from the Economic and Social Research Council. Outside of academia, Charlotte has deep experience of the courts, and in 2013 was awarded the prestigious Human Rights Barrister of the Year Award by Acquisition International. Her principal areas of practice include international human rights, judicial review, and family law. In 2015 she was a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School. Charlotte currently serves as a family law barrister at The Chambers of Michael Mansfield QC.

  • BA University of Cambridge, MA Courtauld Institute of Art

  • BA University of Cambridge, MA Courtland Institute of Art

    Bella is an art historian specializing in the Byzantine. She is currently working on gothic ivories held in museums in Russia, Ukraine, and Lithuania. A frequent lecturer, she recently addressed the Institute of Mediaeval Studies Conference at St Andrews University and the Byzantine Graduate Conference at Oxford University. In 2011 she studied mediaeval Georgian culture as a Summer Scholar at the National Manuscript Institute in Tbilisi.

  • BA Cambridge School of Art, MFA Cambridge School of Art

  • BFA, MFA Anglia Ruskin University

    Patsy is a professional artist who manages her own business in interior design. In her work, she explores the home as a site for art production, and utilizes embedded meaning and people's historical connections to household objects. She also lectures at Cambridge Regional College, and has experience of supervising undergraduate students in Fine Art. Her creations have received many awards, including the Dr. Supanee Gazeley Fine Art Prize, which is given for the best body of work displayed at the Cambridge School of Art degree show.

  • PhD London School of Economics

  • BS University of Florida, MD University of South Florida

    Matthew is a medical consultant. He also serves as a patient advocate at Tampa Veterans Hospital, and a coach to physicians of several sports teams. Aside from medicine, Matthew also has a background in finance and served in the USA Freedom Corps Office of the White House. He has led several humanitarian outreach programs, including in Costa Rica and Panama.

  • BGS Ohio University, MFA University of Iowa

  • BGS Ohio University, MFA University of Iowa

    Michael is a professor, writer, poet, and editor who has led numerous creative writing workshops throughout the United States and Europe, and whose most recent book, "American Sign," received the Antonio Machado Prize in Poetry. He has also been awarded the Sean Christopher Britton Prize, the Chancellor's Medallion, and a NISOD National Award for Teaching Excellence. Michael teaches Literature and Creative Writing at both high-school and university level in Houston, Texas.

  • BA University of Chicago, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BA Bryn Mawr College

  • MA University of Oxford, PhD University of Liverpool

    Nigel is an Egyptologist who has served as a Visiting Professor at the Institute of Egyptian Art and Archeology at the University of Memphis, the Assistant Keeper of the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan at the British Museum in London, and as the Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung Fellow at the University of Heidelberg in Germany. He has also been a member of Trinity College, Cambridge University, where he supervised and lectured in Egyptology for the Faculty of Oriental Studies. He has curated exhibits throughout Europe, North America, and Asia; has led excavations in Egypt; and has authored such books as The Hieroglyph Detective, Thebes in Egypt, and Masterpieces in Egypt, as well as numerous articles and book reviews.

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  • MPhil University of Cambridge, LLM Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

  • BA University of Cambridge, MSc University of Cambridge

    Richard's doctoral research at University College London is a study of star formations in the earliest known galaxies. At Cambridge Richard was extensively involved in physics outreach activities, including producing resources for the Cambridge HE+ project and working with local schools through the STIMULUS program.

  • BA DePauw University

  • BA DePauw University

    Mohammad is conducting doctoral research as Cambridge University, where he holds a coveted Gates Scholarship. His current project focuses on undocumented migrants and informal housing allocation processes in New York City. He is an active executive member of the Gates Scholars Council, and is the founder of the Cambridge Homeless Outreach program - an organization working to help the most vulnerable members of the town. Mohammed also has experience in industry, having held leadership positions with several major advocacy and non-profit organizations. Among them are spells as a Special Assistant for the Community Legal Resource Network at the City University of New York School of Law; an Operations Manager for Common Law; and a Development Officer for Project Remain – Nos Quedamos. Each of these roles revolved around issues related to access in justice and housing.

  • BSc, MSc London School of Economics, MSc University of Birmingham

  • BSc, MSc London School of Economics, MSc University of Birmingham

    Ben is a doctoral researcher in Criminology at the University of Cambridge. He is currently conducting the first major examination of prosecutorial decision-making in the Crown Prosecution Service since the mid-1990s. The project pays particular attention to the balance between prosecutorial discretion and public interest factors. Outside of academia, Ben has worked extensively in the legal and judicial sectors. In the past he has consulted with the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit in Ten Downing Street, the Cabinet Office, and the Ministry of Justice.

  • BA University of Chicago, MA Johns Hopkins University, MPhil London School of Economics

  • BA University of Chicago, MA Johns Hopkins University

    Joanne is a PhD candidate at the London School of Economics, exploring why and how international institutions managing trans-boundary rivers were created and how they evolved. She is also an editor of Millennium: Journal of International Studies. Before taking up her doctoral studies, Joanne worked as a consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton for the US Government and for the NGO CARE International in the Republic of Georgia, for whom she is a retained consultant.

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  • BA American University of Cairo, MSc Oxford University

  • MPhil University of Oxford, MEd University of Melbourne, BA (Hons) Australian National University

  • BA University of Oxford, MA University of Oxford

  • MA University of Oxford

    David is a former Judith E. Wilson Visiting Fellow in Creative Writing at the University of Cambridge, and has authored twenty-five books. One of his most recent publications is "Return to the Hundred Acre Wood," the newest volume of the classic "Winnie the Pooh" series. He has been widely involved in film and television as a director and producer, and has worked with the BBC and Francis Ford Coppola. He won an International Emmy for "Porterhouse Blue," the comical tale of a fictitious Cambridge college, as the Commissioning Editor for Drama at Channel 4 in the UK. David has written widely in the British media and has taught at the Oxford School of Drama and at Putney High School in London.

  • BA King’s College, MEng King’s College, MSc. University of Oxford

  • AKC King’s College London, MEng King’s College London, MSc University of Oxford

    Fabio is a biomedical engineering graduate at the University of Oxford, studying tissue engineering. A regular presenter at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, he has also participated in ESPRC (Engineering and Physical Science Research Council) work on robotic locomotion at King’s College London, where he was awarded the Engineering Society Prize for outstanding achievement during his final year.

  • MD University of Belgrade, MSc University of London

    Dr. Bjelogrlic is the Principal Teaching Fellow in Clinical Medicine at the St Andrews University School of Medicine. After graduating in Medicine from the University of Belgrade, he moved to the UK and completed a number of internships before reading for an MSc in Histopathology in London. Since 1997 he has been teaching full-time at St Andrews where he is a tutor and supervisor as well as the Objective Structured Clinical Examination Manager and the Clinical Medicine Skills Program Coordinator.

  • BA, MSc, University of Oxford

    Robert is a doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford, where he holds an Economic and Social Research Council studentship. He is an award-winning scholar. Among his many accolades are the Routledge Prize and the Gibbs Prize, both of which are given by the University of Oxford for outstanding achievement. He is currently based in the University's Centre for Criminology, where he is investigating lay perceptions of criminal behavior - particularly public views of neuroscientific explanations of criminality. Robert also works in the Saïd Business School, where he facilitates psychology studies. Outside of academia he serves as an Independent Monitoring Board Member at Her Majesty's Prison Bullingdon.

  • BA, MSc, University of Oxford

    Robert is a doctoral researcher in the University of Oxford Centre for Criminology, where his work is supported by an Economic and Social Research Council studentship. Robert is an award winning scholar. He received the Routledge Prize and the Gibbs Prize at Oxford for outstanding scholarship for his early research and scholarship. His current research is concerned with lay perceptions of criminal behavior, in particular public views of neuroscientific explanations of criminality. In addition to his own research, works in the Saïd Business School facilitating psychology studies, and serves as an Independent Monitoring Board Member at Her Majesty's Prison Bullingdon.

  • BSc University of Malta, MSc Edinburgh Napier University

    Joanna's current projects focus on the structural, biochemical, and cellular analyses of specific proteins, and she also trains junior members of the laboratory in the use of specialist scientific equipment. Prior to joining the Department of Chemistry, she was based at the University’s Molecular Hematology Unit in the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine. Here she carried out studies of fetal hematopoiesis and leukemia. She publishes frequently and has many years or teaching experience.

  • BA University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BS University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and she has MPhil from the University of Cambridge

  • BA University of North Carolina, MPhil University of Cambridge

    The recipient, as an undergraduate, of a prestigious Udall Scholarship, Marion’s graduate dissertation focused on the role of social and ethical values in scientific reasoning and was funded by an award from the Arts and Humanities Research Council and a Knox Studentship. Between her undergraduate and graduate studies she worked as a research associate at the Environmental Law Institute in Washington, D.C.

  • DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama

  • BFA Dublin Institute of Technology

    Rachel is the artistic director of the Red Beast Theatre in Oxford, a multi art-form company that brings artists of different backgrounds together to produce dynamic new work. She also works as a drama coach, preparing students to earn places in drama schools through monologue and interview training.

  • BA Harvard University, GDL University of Sheffield

  • AB Harvard College, GDL University of Sheffield

    Erica studies International Law at Oxford Brookes University, with a focus on public and Human Rights law, and is currently writing her dissertation on indigenous peoples’ rights. She has worked for several rights-based charities and NGOs, most recently focusing on organ trafficking. She also works as a mentor at Debate Mate at Hurlingham and Chelsea Academy, teaching speech and academic debate skills to 12 to 15 year-olds.

  • MSc Binary University, BSc University of Zambia

  • MSc, BSc University of Leicester

  • BSc University of Otago, MSc University of Otago, PhD University of Queensland

  • BSc University of Otago, MSc University of Otago, PhD University of Queensland

    A widely published researcher, Dr. Clark is an Anatomy Demonstrator at the University of Oxford and, over the course of her career, has received several prestigious awards, including the Australian Postgraduate Award from 2007 to 2011. Dr. Clark served as a committee member for the Australian Society for Medical Research in 2009.

  • BSc University of Otago, MSc University of Otago, PhD University of Queensland

    Dr. Clark is a professional anatomist. She works as a Tutor and Demonstrator at the University of Oxford, and as a Teaching Fellow and Lab Manager at Imperial College London. Her research is widely-published, and she has received several prestigious accolades over the course of her career. Among them are the Australian Postgraduate Award, which she held from 2007 until 2011. Dr. Clark has also served as a committee member for the Australian Society for Medical Research.

  • B.Sc. American University in Cairo, M.Phys. École Polytechnique

  • BSc American University in Cairo, MPhys École Polytechnique

    A Weidenfeld doctoral fellow in Physical and Theoretical chemistry, John is interested in the bio-physical understanding of life science, and has worked as a researcher in several bio-physics groups in France and the United Kingdom. As a Weidenfield scholar, John is using high resolution microscopy to understand the nanoscale dynamics of membrane order and its effect on membrane protein function. Upon completion of his doctoral work he plans to return to Egypt to shape the Egyptian educational system at a time of political realignment.

  • MPhil University of Oxford, BA Bard College Berlin

  • BSc London School of Economics, MPhil University of Cambridge, MA, UC Berkeley

    A PhD candidate at Berkeley, where he is writing a political theory dissertation on the thinking of Thucydides and Plato, Mark taught philosophy at MUWCI, in the Western Ghats of India, and played collegiate baseball for a year at the University of North Carolina.

  • Licentiate Leinster School of Music and Drama, MA National University of Ireland

  • Licentiate Leinster School of Music and Drama, MA National University of Ireland

    Joy is a professional director and performer with over twenty years of drama teaching experience. She started her stage career with a three-year tenure at the Abbey Theatre Dublin. She then became a freelance actor, and performed in all the major theaters in Ireland before becoming the Director, Acting Coach, and Principal of the Irish Academy of Dramatic Arts. She served in this role for a decade between 2000 and 2010. She has now directed over a hundred theater performances in Ireland and the U.K.

  • BA Brown University, MSc University of Oxford

    Alexander is carrying out doctoral research at the University of Oxford in the field of politics. He also works as a research assistant at the University, and is part of a team in the Department of Politics and International Relations looking at conflict and democratization in developing countries. Alexander previously held research and policy positions with the New England Complex Systems Institute and several politicians.

  • BSc Ethiraj College for Women

  • BSc, MSc University of Chicago

    Samuel is a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford. He is currently pursuing an MSc in Chemistry. As part of his research, he is building computer models that use quantum mechanics to calculate the rates of chemical reactions from first principles – without experimental data. Samuel has a keen interest in addressing climate change, and has published work using computer models to study methane emissions from lakes in Alaska.

  • BA University of Toronto, MS University of Oxford

  • BA University of Toronto, MS University of Oxford

    A recent graduate in Refugee and Forced Migration studies, Chelsea was awarded the prestigious Bram Stoker Gold Medal, by the President of Ireland, as the international winner for the best undergraduate essay in Business and Economics. She has since been awarded scholarships from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Government of Ontario, and the Mackenzie King Scholarship Trust.

  • BSc University of the West Indies, MSc, MBA University of Oxford

    Timar holds an MBA and an MSc in Applied Statistics from the University of Oxford, where he worked as a Rhodes Scholar. Prior to his arrival in Oxford, Timar served an actuary for Ernst and Young and later for Sagicor Life Jamaica Limited. In addition to the Rhodes Scholarship, Timar was awarded the Prime Minister of Jamaica Youth Award for excellence in academics. Timar is dedicated to education and economic empowerment, and created the "Count Down" mathematics outreach project at Vauxhall High School.

  • MBA, MPhil University of Oxford, BSc University of the West Indies

  • BSc, MSc École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

    Céline is a doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. She is working in the cutting-edge field of bionanotechnology. Her project focuses on the use of DNA as a building block for structures that interact with biological membranes using chemical functionalization. The systems she designs serve as simplified models for the study of biological ones, and as starting points toward the construction of more sophisticated molecular machinery. Before taking up her current post she investigated molecular and biological chemistry at the University of Cambridge.

  • MSc, BSc Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

  • MSc University of Novi Sad, MEiCogSci University of Vienna

  • MSc University of Novi Sad, MEiCogSci University of Vienna

    Luka is conducting doctoral research at the University of Oxford. He is based in the University's Department of Experimental Psychology, where he is focusing on cognitive neuroscience. His principal areas of interest include conformity, decision-making, neuroethics, moral psychology, philosophy of the mind, terror theory, and effective altruism. He has held visiting research positions at several major institutions, most recently at Trinity College Dublin, where he conducted research on spatial cognition in virtual environments.

  • BA Leipzig University, MA University of Sheffield

  • BA Universität Leipzig, MA University of Sheffield

    Franziska is a doctoral candidate in English Literature and Assistant Dean of St. Anne's College, Oxford. Her dissertation focuses on the connectedness of the sciences of the mind and the portrayal of alternative states of consciousness in literary fantasy during the Victorian era. A committee member of the Lewis Carroll Society, Franziska has been interviewed by national and international media about the life and work of Lewis Carroll. As a trained journalist, Franziska writes features and reviews for various papers and works as a translator for MARVEL Comics.

  • BA (Hons) University of Cambridge, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Deepali is currently conducting doctoral research at the University of Oxford, where she holds a full scholarship from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. She has also done extensive work in the field. Most recently she served as a Political Officer at NATO in Brussels. In this role she wrote speeches for several senior officials, and prepared input for the Secretary General’s bilateral meetings with Heads of State. She has a particular interest in global intelligence agencies.

  • BA National Institute of Fashion Technology, MA University for the Creative Arts

    Vikram's photography is characterized by a whimsical break from traditional photo narrative. His work has appeared in publications like Vogue Italia, Harper's Bazaar, and The Independent. It has been featured in exhibitions throughout Europe.

  • BA University of St. Andrews

  • MA University of St Andrews, MSt University at Oxford

    Dr. Lau is the JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Hitotsubashi University Institute of Economic Research. He is currently composing a comprehensive study of the reign of the Byzantine Emperor John II Komnenos. He gained his doctorate from the University of Oxford. His thesis analyzed the political and social history of the Komnenos era. Dr. Lau is a seasoned pedagogue, having served as a Tutor at the University of Oxford. He also edited and contributed to "Landscapes of Power," a volume of essays on Byzantine history.

  • MA University of St. Andrews, MSc University of Oxford

  • MA University of St Andrews, MSc University of Oxford

    Funded by a prestigious grant from the Economic Social Research Council, Diletta studies anti-deportation campaigns in the United Kingdom. Her Master’s thesis was awarded the Best Dissertation Prize in 2013 and her undergraduate thesis the Matt Howell Prize. She will be presenting to the European Consortium for Political Research General Conference on non-citizenship and the arguments of anti-deportation campaigns.

  • BA Cardiff University, MA Cardiff University

  • BA Cardiff University, MA Cardiff University, DPhil University of Oxford

    Dr. Lewis is an historian and an expert on the crusades and crusading knights. His doctoral thesis focused on rule and identity in the county of Tripoli in the twelfth century. His work required fluency in Arabic, which he acquired in Jordan, thanks to a British Institute Intensive Arabic Programme Scholarship. Dr. Lewis has published widely, including a piece entitled “Medieval diglossia: the use of written and spoken Arabic in the County of Tripoli,” which appeared in 2014 in "Al-Masaq: Islam and the Medieval Mediterranean."

  • BA McGill University

  • MBChB University of Cape Town, MSc University of Oxford

    Dr. Mabaso is currently conducting research at the University of Oxford, where she holds a coveted Rhodes Scholarship. Her project focuses on the assessment of health facilities in South Africa. Dr. Mabaso has received several awards for her work, including a Desmond Tutu Fellowship and an Aspen New Voice Fellowship. She is also the Founder and Director of the Transitions Foundation, an organization that provides support for high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

  • BFA Rhode Island School of Design

  • BFA Rhode Island School of Design

    Lia is an professional illustrator and designer based in Somerville, Massachusetts. She employs a vibrant blend of traditional watercolor and digital media to tell stories through pictures and words. Lia's commissioned projects have ranged from nursery designs to magazine covers to children’s books. Her many recent clients have included Bay Magazine, several departments of the Hasbro Company, and Studio IGo.

  • BSc Universitat de València, MSc Universitat Politècnica de València

    Hector is a doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. He is based in the University's Computer Science Department, where he is a member of the Computational Cardiovascular Science Group. He is creating mathematical models of cardiac activity that can simulate the behavior of the human heart. Ultimately this will provide powerful tools for developing new diagnoses and treatments. His previous degree, during which he specialized in augmented and virtual reality, was in Multimedia Engineering.

  • MSc Universitat Politècnica de València, BSc Universitat de València, MMus Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Valencia

  • BA, LLB Rhodes University, BCL, MPhil University of Oxford

    Chris is a Rhodes Scholar reading for a doctorate in Law. His research explores discrimination since the end of Apartheid, focusing on the Unfair Discrimination Jurisprudence of the South African Constitutional Court. He is an accomplished debater. He represented the Oxford Union at the 2011 World Debating Championships and, in 2009, won the South African National Universities Debating Championship.

  • MPhil University of Oxford, BA University of Toronto

  • LLB University of Mumbai, BCL, MPhil University of Oxford

    A Rhodes Scholar from India, Dhvani studies forest conversation legislation at Magdalen College, where she serves as editor of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal and Chair of Oxford Pro Bono Publico. She is also a convener of the Environmental Law Discussion Group and teaches Environmental and Human Rights law to undergraduates.

  • MBChB University of Cape Town

    Dr. Mhlomi is a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford. He is researching ways to make pregnancy safer for women suffering from cardiovascular disease. Dr. Mhlomi practiced medicine for several years in his native South Africa before coming to Oxford, during which time he also regularly published and presented his own research. He was recognized as one of the Top 200 Young South Africans by the Mail & Guardian newspaper, is a member of the World Economic Forum Global Shaper cohort, and is an Oxford Global Leadership Initiative Fellow.

  • BA University of Texas at Austin, MSc University of Oxford

    Jenna is a doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. She is based in the University's Faculty of Law and the Centre for Criminology. Her research focuses on public perceptions of police brutality in both the United States and the United Kingdom. As a New Orleans native, she first became interested in how and why the public continue to support the police despite reports of violence after Hurricane Katrina. Having graduated with honors in History and Government from the University of Texas at Austin, Jenna moved to Oxford to pursue master's level work. There she received the "Proxime Accessit" to the Roger Hood Prize for the second-best performance in the MSc.

  • MSc University of Oxford, BA University of Texas, Austin

  • BSc London School of Economics, MPhil University of Oxford

    Sarah balances her academic projects at the University of Oxford with a career as a researcher for Pacific Resolutions. Her work for Pacific focuses on resolving international political conflicts over natural resources and other environmental issues. Her most recent projects have been sponsored by the World Bank and the UN. In the past, she held posts at Columbia University and the Canadian International Council.

  • BA Azusa Pacific University, MSt University of Oxford

    Jonathan has a master’s degree in the Study of Religion from the University of Oxford, where he was a Clarendon Scholar. His most recent work focuses on postmodern thought in Judaism and Christianity, and specifically the philosophy and religious elements of secular movements. In past research projects, he has explored religion through psychology, sociology, and philosophy.

  • HND Edinburgh Telford College, PGCE, Oxford Brookes University LMPA, AMPA Master Photographers Association

    Becky is an award-winning professional photographer. In addition to both fine art and commercial practices, she shares her love of photography through teaching, working with university and secondary school students, as well as workshops with leading museums and galleries across the UK. Her current work includes a photography study illustrating British traditions.

  • PGCE Oxford Brookes University, LMPA, AMPA Master Photographers Association, HND Edinburgh College

  • BA Ivane Javaxishvilis saxelobis Tbilisis saxelmts'ipo universit'et'i, MA Universiteit Leiden, MSc University of Oxford

    Mariam worked as a producer and correspondent for BBC and France 24 in South Caucasus and central Asia for two years. She has also worked with various international media organization including the New York Times, France Press, Al-Jazeera, ARTE, and local papers.

  • MPhil University of Cambridge, BA Fordham University

  • BA University of KwaZulu-Natal, LLB University of KwaZulu-Natal

  • BA, LLB University of KwaZulu-Natal, MSc University of Oxford

    Kameel studied International Relations and Education Policy at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. Today he works as an attorney in South Africa, where he is also an admitted Advocate of the High Court, a Special Advisor to a number of South African leaders, and a staff writer for the Helen Suzman Foundation. His writing has been widely published by the "Mail & Guardian" and "The South African."

  • BA, Harvard College, MArch, MDes Harvard University, PhD University of Cambridge

    Mike is an architectural historian, specializing in the history of English architecture. His research focuses on the design process and adaptations that architects introduce in the context of the historical forces at play in a given period. He has taught undergraduates and graduate students at the University of Cambridge and Harvard University in art history and architecture.

  • BA, Harvard College; MDes, Harvard University; PhD, University of Cambridge

  • BS Cornell University

  • BS Cornell University, MS University of Oxford

  • BA University of Cambridge, MPhil University of Oxford

    Emma Riley is a researcher in Economics at the University of Oxford. She has a special interest in the impact of mobile technology on poverty in the developing world. After completing her first degree at Cambridge, Emma began her career in consulting at A.T. Kearney. Since arriving at Oxford, she has been running a consultancy project for a microfinance charity in Brazil. This has involved taking a team of students to Brazil to advise the company on how to expand its loan program.

  • BA Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, MA Seattle University

  • BA Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, MA Seattle University

    A doctoral candidate in the Department of International Development at Oxford, Felipe studies rural policy and rural development. He serves as a graduate teaching coordinator, finding, helping to select, and mentoring postgraduate instructors, and as a research assistant at the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative. He is the Executive Director of Smard Synergies, an agency that provides consulting to local governments, non-profits, and other organizations working in developing countries.

  • BA Queen’s University, BEd Queen’s University, MSt University of Oxford

    Matthew’s research focuses on depictions of the supernatural in medieval northern literature. He has particular interests in Old Norse-Icelandic, Old English, Middle English, and Anglo-Latin texts. He is currently considering accounts of sorcery and undeath as social commentaries on gender identity, sexuality, and defamation in the Íslendingasogur, a thirteenth- and fourteenth-century collection of Icelandic sagas.

  • BA University College Utrecht, MS University of Oxford

  • BA University College Utrecht, MSc University of Oxford

    A doctoral candidate in Visual Anthropology and a teaching assistant, Maria presented her Masters dissertation on the commercialization of ethnographic photographs at the “Lives of Objects” conference at Oxford. She is also the founder of ROOM.ROEM, a Students in Free Enterprise project which organized multiple photo exhibitions under the heading “Room for Romanian artists in Dutch galleries.”

  • BA Free University Berlin, MPhil University of Oxford

    Leonie was born in New York and raised in Germany. She received a BA in English Philology and Journalism at the Free University Berlin, and completed an MPhil in General Linguistics and Comparative Philology at the University of Oxford. She has a special interest in sociolinguistic and linguistic anthropology. Her work focuses on bilingualism and multilingualism in urban spaces, language attitudes and ideologies, and language and sociocultural identity. She is currently conducting research on language testing and citizenship in Germany at Oxford’s Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology.

  • BA Queen’s University, MA University of St Andrew’s, MPhil University of Oxford

    Robert holds an MPhil in Economics from the University of Oxford. He has particular expertise in macroeconomic policy, the economics of higher education, and behavioral economics. During his time in academia he won several distinctions, including the prestigious Miller Prize - given by the University of St Andrews to the most outstanding student in the Faculty of Arts. Today he works for the Bank of England as a specialist in Financial Stability. Outside the economic world, Robert has appeared in the famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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  • BA University of Zambia, MSc City University London, MSc University of Oxford

    Maka studied at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He earned several awards and distinctions during his time in academia, including a City Bank Scholarship. His current research interests include international monetary policy, the economics of regulation, corporate finance, and the role of knowledge and evidence in policymaking. He focuses on how these issues and concepts may be used to alleviate poverty.

  • BFA University of Oxford, MSt University of Oxford

  • BA, MA Stanford University

    Miles is conducting doctoral research in political theory at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. Before taking up his current post, he worked as a Policy Associate for the Frontier Group - a think-tank that specializes in campaign finance reform. Miles routinely authors and contributes to reports cited by national media outlets such as "The New York Times," "The Wall Street Journal," and CNN. He is a keen distance runner, and was an All-American athlete during his time at Stanford.

  • MPhil University of Oxford, MA, BA Stanford University

  • BA Bogaziçi Üniversitesi, MA University of Oxford

    Funda's research ranges from the labor market attainments of low-educated, low-income migrants in Europe and Turkey to the role of globalization on cultural consumption patterns. Her doctorate explores the opportunities and challenges that informal labor markets present disadvantaged women with. She has served as a Research Assistant at Oxford's European Studies Centre and in the Department of International Development. She currently teaches at Oxford Brookes University.

  • BA University of Cambridge, MA King's College London

  • MPhil University of Oxford, BA Université du Québec à Montréal

  • BMgt University of Alberta, MPhil University of Oxford

    Alexandra holds a master's degree from the University of Oxford in Russian and East European Studies. She also has a bachelor's qualification in Business Economics from the University of Alberta. Today she works in the non-profit sector as the Executive Assistant for The Association of Science & Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET). Alexandra has particular expertise on scarcity economics, marketing campaigns, and management strategies.

  • MPhil University of Oxford, BMgt University of Alberta

  • BS Cornell University, MSc University of Oxford, JD University of Pennsylvania

    Rachel is a doctoral candidate in Criminology at the University of Oxford, conducting research into victims of human trafficking in the Netherlands. Prior to coming to Oxford, Rachel was a litigation associate at Latham & Watkins LLP in New York, where she led the Pro Bono Asylum Program. She also served as a Legal Intern at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague.

  • BA (Hons) University of Kent, LLM Oxford Brookes University

    Ian is a teacher and legal researcher. His research interests focus on the authorship of authoritative legal documents, political theory, and the history of interaction between nations. He has worked extensively in the field of human rights, especially in Malaysia, where he has held posts with the Chow Kit Foundation, the Dignity for Children Foundation, and UNICEF.

  • MClinRes Universitat de Barcelona, BA University of Rochester

  • BA, MA Stanford University, MSt Oxford

    Matt is a graduate student at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University, and his primary academic interests involve British and German humanitarian, imperial, and labor history during the 19th-century. At Stanford, his Honors thesis explored convict transportation to Australia and, as an Undergraduate Research Fellow at Stanford's Humanities Center, he compiled a series of visual narratives describing the architectural development of the Shanghai Bund during the period of European occupation. At Oxford, Matt represents the university in the Modern Pentathlon and serves as Social Secretary for Lady Margaret Hall's graduate student community.

The Cambridge Prep Experience

  • BA Oxford University, MPhysPhil Oxford University

  • BA University of Ghana, MPhil, PhD University of Cambridge

    Thomas is a researcher at the Institute of Criminology, working on penology and young offender rehabilitation. His early research focused on the attitudes of members of the public and criminals justice personnel towards the rehabilitation of offenders in his home country, Ghana. Thomas is a member of the STARR project team within the Institute that conducts research on how to reduce reoffending in Europe. His current research takes this work a step further to include those key members in offender rehabilitation who are often overlooked: prison officers.

  • BA Politics and MSc Public Policy Queen Mary College University of London, PhD St Bart's School of Medicine and Dentistry University of London

    Katherine is a researcher at the University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology. Her research focuses on family factors and the intergenerational transmission of psychopathy, personality disorders and criminal offending in delinquent development.

  • PhD, Forensic Psychiatry (Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry); MSc, Public Policy (Queen Mary College, University of London); BA (Hons), Politics (Queen Mary College)

  • MA University of Oxford, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • MA University of Oxford, MPhil University of Cambridge

    A distinguished graduate of both Oxford and Cambridge Universities, Gavin earned an MA in English Literature from Oxford and then an MPhil in Intellectual History from Cambridge. A former British champion in public speaking, Gavin is a keen athlete, pop group leader, charity fundraiser, former Student Admissions Officer at Oxford, and experienced tutor. Gavin brings his talents to the program for his eleventh year.

  • MA University of Edinburgh, MSt University of Oxford

  • MA University of Edinburgh, MSt University of Oxford

    A PhD candidate at King’s College, Alice focuses on Modernist literature and the philosophy of mathematics. Beyond her research, she supervises undergraduates in English literature and is the organizer of the English Faculty’s literary theory seminar. Alice’s most recent publications were with the Cambridge History and Philosophy of Science Departmental Seminar.

  • BA University College Utrecht, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BA University College Utrecht, MPhil, PhD University of Cambridge

  • MA University of St. Andrews

  • MPhil Univeristy of Cambridge, BA University of California, Berkeley

  • JD University of the Philippines, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Francesse is an environmental and child’s rights lawyer. In addition to her own studies in environmental policy at the University of Cambridge, Francesse served as an Associate Fellow at the Cambridge Center for International Sustainable Development Law, where she was charged with the publication of several law journals and conferences. Francesse has served as a consultant and lawyer at the Asian Development Bank, where she handled projects on environmental justice, wildlife crime, and natural resources. She is a member of the Philippine Bar.

  • MPhil University of Cambridge, JD, BSc University of the Philippines

  • BA Monash University, MA King's College London, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Kathryn is a Gates Scholar in English Literature at Jesus College, Cambridge. Her research examines the reception of the Middle Ages in English Renaissance texts. Beyond her research she is an avid writer of poetry, much of which has been published.

  • BA Amherst College, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Terry completed his MPhil at the University of Cambridge as a Gates Cambridge Scholar. The winner of the Frederick King Turgeon Prize, a Folger Shakespeare Library Research Fellowship, and the H. Axel Schupf Scholarship, he has also been a Visiting Scholar at the Université de Fribourg.

  • BS Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, MPhil University of Cambridge, PhD University of Cambridge

  • BS Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, MPhil, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Garcia holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge. Today he works as an engineer with a specialization in nanotechnology. He has held a number of major research appointments, including at the Los Alamos National Research Laboratory in the United States where he worked on carbon nanotube characterization. For many years he has supervised undergraduate and graduate students in engineering. He is active in the technology startup community in Cambridge, which is commonly known as the Silicon Fen.

  • BA (Hons) University of Leeds

  • PhD, MPhil, BA (Hons) University of Cambridge

  • BA Williams College, MASM, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Jerry is a dedicated teacher and researcher with a keen interest in statistical models which investigate the efficiency of alliances in the pharmaceutical industry for new drug development. His passion for studying statistics began early and led Jerry to his first degree in Maths and Physics, specializing in Statistical Physics. Jerry carried on his research in England while working on his master's degree and now, while undertaking his doctoral studies at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, he is focusing on probability modeling, stochastic analysis and statistical inference. At Cambridge, Jerry has also picked up several new interests, including rowing and punting.

  • BA Williams College, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BA Williams College, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Jerry is a dedicated teacher and researcher with a keen interest in statistical models which investigate the efficiency of alliances in the pharmaceutical industry for new drug development. His passion for studying statistics began early and led Jerry to his first degree in Maths and Physics, specializing in Statistical Physics. Jerry carried on his research in England while working on his master's degree and now, while undertaking his doctoral studies at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, he is focusing on probability modeling, stochastic analysis and statistical inference. At Cambridge, Jerry has also picked up several new interests, including rowing and punting.

  • BA University of Texas, Austin, MPP University of Cambridge

    Holly completed her Masters in Public Policy as part of the first class of MPP students at the University of Cambridge. As part of her MPP research Holly held a placement in the International Energy Agency in Paris. Holly has significant experience in government, including positions working for the White House Council on Environmental Quality and several positions in the Texas Legislature in Austin, Texas. In 2013, Business Insider named her one of the Seventeen Most Impressive Students at the University of Texas at Austin.

  • BMus Victoria University of Wellington, MSS Victoria University of Wellington

  • BA Victoria University of Wellington, MA Victoria University of Wellington

    Ross is conducting doctoral research at the University of Cambridge with a prestigious Wakefield Scholarship. He is based at the Cambridge Institute of Criminology, where he is researching conflict-resolution techniques used by unarmed police officers in England, Norway, and New Zealand. Ross is also active as a pedagogue, and supervises Criminology students at the University. Before entering academia he worked as a police constable for several years in Wellington, New Zealand.

  • BA Durham University, MA King’s College London, MA Drama Centre London, MA Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

  • BA Durham University, MA King’s College London, MA Drama Centre London, MA Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

    Sarah is a Lecturer in Voice at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She also holds visiting positions across the U.K. at institutions including Manchester School of Theater, The Hampstead Academy of Acting and Drama, and the Identity Drama School. She trained as an actor at the Drama Center London and the Vakhtangov Theatre Academy in Moscow. Sarah is also active in the academic sphere, and holds a master's degree in Shakespeare Studies from King's College London.

  • BSc University of Bristol, MSc University of Oxford, PhD University of Groningen

    Dr. Horrocks is a Marie Curie Intra-European Research Fellow in Zoology at the University of Cambridge. His research investigates the causes and consequences of variation in immune defenses. He is particularly interested in trying to relate variation in immunity to differences in disease pressures between environments. Dr. Horrocks has reviewed manuscripts for prestigious scholarly journals including "Functional Ecology," "Journal of Animal Ecology," and "Proceedings of the Royal Society B."

  • BArch Pune University, SMArchS Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Aftab is a doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge. He holds a coveted Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholarship and is based in the Department of Architecture. He has special expertise on Nari Gandhi’s stunning craft-led, anti-industrial aesthetic. His cutting-edge work is often presented through a unique blend of cinema and scholarly writing. Aftab is also an active industry figure. He has represented the Aga Khan Trust for Culture at public events across India, and had the rare distinction of leading the Canadian Prime Minister and several other dignitaries during their visit to Humayun’s Tomb in 2012.

  • MPhil University of Cambridge, BA Yale University

  • BA Hons, Media Design (LCC, University of the Arts); MA, Photography & Urban Cultures (Goldsmiths, University of London)

  • BSc, MSc University of Leicester

    Eyemen is pursuing his doctorate in Molecular Cell Biology at Darwin College, Cambridge. His early research focused on Cancer Cell and Molecular Biology, as well as Medical Genetics. His laboratory is investigating the replication of chromosomal DNC in proliferating human somatic cells. At Cambridge he has served as a demonstrator and supervisor for undergraduates in Molecular Biology.

  • BSc, MSc University of Leicester, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Kheir is a specialist in the replication of chromosomal DNA in proliferating human somatic cells. He holds a doctorate in Molecular Cell Biology at from the University of Cambridge, where he studied at Darwin College. His early research focused on Cancer Cell and Molecular Biology, as well as Medical Genetics. Today Dr. Kheir regularly serves as a demonstrator and supervisor for undergraduates in Molecular Biology at the University.

  • BA, Wimbledon School of Art, MA Camberwell College of Art

  • BFA Wimbledon School of Arts, MFA Camberwell College of Arts

  • BFA Wimbledon School of Arts, MFA Camberwell College of Arts

    An accomplished artist, whose recent Half the City Is Built On These Mistakes was included in the Art Angel Open 100. CJ was featured in the Catlin Guide 2012: New Artists in the UK, and was a finalist for the Royal Society of British Sculptors Sculpture Shock (Subterranean) commission. Her artistic practice “explores stability, impermanence, and space via the distinction between sculptural object and immersive environment.”

  • MA Hons University of Cambridge, MEng University of Cambridge

  • MA Hons University of Cambridge, MEng University of Cambridge

    Tafara is a doctoral researcher in Engineering at the University of Cambridge, where she investigates the intakes of jet engines. Her current projects are being supported by both Rolls Royce and the EPSRC, the UK government’s main engineering research council. She is a decorated scholar and in the past has won the Amelia Earhart Fellowship, an Elizabeth Acton Scholarship, and a Royal Academy of Engineering Leadership Standard Award. Her academic work has been published by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Outside of the laboratory she is an avid ice hockey player, and has won a Blue from the University of Cambridge for her performance on the Women’s Varsity Ice Hockey team.

  • BCom University of Otago

  • BCom University of Otago

    James is an entrepreneur working at the intersection of cosmetics and sport. He is currently bringing several products for athletes to market. He consults for other start-up firms too, and routinely presents to stakeholders at executive level. In the past James has held a Managing Associateship with the Auriemma Consulting Group; a post in the finance division of Piran Partners; and roles with The Royal Bank of Scotland. He is a Registered Salesperson with the New Zealand Real Estate Agents Authority, and carries a National Certificate in Real Estate from the Open Polytechnic of New Zealand.

  • PhD Royal Veterinary College, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, MSc Utrecht University, BVSc University of Pretoria

  • MS University of Navarra, PhD University of Cambridge

  • Certificate in Education, Media (Bedford University)

  • Nikolay Murashkin (CP) BA St. Petersburg University, MA Institut d'études politiques, Paris, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Murashkin is an analyst at Asia Vector, where he specializes in the monitoring and analysis of Japanese and Australian politics and economics. He gained a doctorate from the University of Cambridge, where he was based in the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. In the past he has worked as a financial analyst, focusing on the financing of commodity operations in Central Asia and Russia for a London-based bank. Dr. Murashkin is also a member of the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council.

  • BA Colby College, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Uzoma is training at Yale Law School with a view to pursuing a career in constitutional law and criminal justice reform. He gained an MPhil from the University of Cambridge, where he was both a Gates Scholars and a Truman Scholar. He was based in the University's world-renowned Institute of Criminology. In the past he has held a research post in the United States Senate.

  • MPhil University of Cambridge, BA Colby College

  • BA (Hons) University of Cambridge

  • BA University of Cambridge

    Stephanie is a doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge. She is a specialist in biological anthropology, and is currently working to identify the unique physiological adaptations of high altitude communities. This will enable a better understanding of how to treat low oxygen levels in critically ill patients in intensive care hospital units. Her work is multidisciplinary and spans physiology, molecular biology, anthropology and medicine. Stephanie holds a rare starred first-class undergraduate degree in Natural Science from the University of Cambridge.

  • MBBS Newcastle University, MRES Newcastle University

    Dr. Peasley is currently based in the medical department at Kettering General Hospital. Her research interests focus on acute medicine, emergency medicine, and surgery. During the course of her career she has worked in accident and emergency departments, gastroenterology departments, and colorectal surgery departments.

  • MA, BA University of Ottawa

  • MEng University of Manchester, PhD University College London

    Dr. Quinn is a structural engineer at Momentum Consulting Engineers. She is currently working on projects to assess the seismic performance of historic buildings in Peru, and to recommend appropriate strengthening solutions where required. She has carried out extended fieldwork in Peru to gather data on geometry and materials, and has collaborated with many architects and local stakeholders as part of the process. Dr. Quinn gained her PhD in Civil Engineering from University College London. She is a committed teacher and has supervised architecture students up to graduate level. Outside of academia, she has contributed to poverty alleviation and disaster relief projects run by groups like Engineers Without Borders and Pisco Sin Fronteras.

  • BA, MA London Metropolitan University

  • BA, MA London Metropolitan University

    Jesse has experience of directing and writing in every genre, including feature films, television, documentaries, and stage theatre. His debut feature film, Calloused Hands, starred several prominent actors, including Andre Royo (HBO’s The Wire) and Hans Howes (There Will Be Blood). The filn premiered at the Miami International Film Festival, and went on to screen across North America and over twenty festivals around the world. It won numerous awards in the process. Jesse is currently busily working on a several projects, including his next feature film.

  • MPhil University of Cambridge, BSc University of Cape Town

  • MFA University of Chicago, CPS College of DuPage, BFA Nothern Illinois University

  • BA University of Pennsylvania, BSc Wharton School of Business

    Rob is an investment analyst based in Prague. He acts as a principal for an international team of investors establishing a $100-million mezzanine fund focused on Central European real estate. His career began in the Real Estate Group of Salomon Smith Barney's New York Investment Banking Division. There he helped to lead several IPOs, raising over $7.5 billion in the process. Later Rob relocated to Europe to take on senior positions in venture capital. He worked first in Dublin and then in the Czech Republic. Most recently, Rob has consulted with The Gem Group, a London-based private equity fund.

  • BA University of Pennsylvania, BSc Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania

  • BSc Manchester University, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Monika is a doctoral researcher in Physics. Her work as a member of the Optoelectronics Group at the University of Cambridge Cavendish Laboratory focuses on the thermoelectric properties of semiconducting polymers. Outside of her research, Monika supervises Cambridge undergraduates in Physics.

  • BA University of Manchester, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BA University of Manchester, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Nikodem’s doctorate addresses the financial implications of energy efficiency improvements in real estate, a topic on which he has published in the International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management. Alongside his research, Nikodem supervises undergraduates at Cambridge. He was the recipient of a Fitzwilliam College Graduate award for highest performing PhD students.

  • MBBS Universitatea de Medicina si Farmacie din Craiova, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Co-Teaching with Alice Peasley

  • MBBS University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania, MPhil, University of Cambridge

  • MBBS Universitatea de Medicina si Farmacie din Craiova, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Dr. Tabassum works in the University of Cambridge Pharmacology Department, where she holds a prestigious Gates Scholarship. She has already qualified as a medical doctor and is now researching new ways to fight disease. Her particular areas of expertise include cell biology and signalling, and inositol phosphates and lipids. She is currently focusing on the mechanisms involved in Adenylyl Cyclase type VIII trafficking and targeting to cholesterol-rich domains. She also serves as an undergraduate supervisor at the University.

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  • BSc, Hons, Genetics (Newcastle University); MSc, Medical Genetics (University of Glasgow); PhD, Developmental Biology (King's College London)

  • BA University of Cambridge, MA King's College London

  • BA University of Cambridge, MA King’s College London, PhD University of Cambridge

    Dr. Varley-Winter is a lecturer in English Literature at Keble College in the University of Oxford. Her current research focuses on topics including literary fragments and fragmentation, lyric poetry, and war literature; and writers such as Emily Dickinson, Mina Loy, and Stevie Smith. She is also active as a poet. Her work has appeared in "Obsessed with Pipework," "Gadabout," "Varsity," and "Pomegranate." She was awarded the Brewer Hall Poetry Prize in 2013. Outside of academia, Dr. Varley-Winter has worked as an Editorial Assistant at the Natural History Museum in London.

  • BS Creighton University, MD, PhD University of Arizona

    Dr. Vesely is Professor of Medicine, Molecular Pharmacology, and Physiology at the University of South Florida Medical School in Tampa. He is the author of 328 peer-reviewed scientific publications and three books. Dr. Vesely discovered three hormones made by the heart which, in healthy individuals, help control blood pressure and sodium and water metabolism. He is a decorated scientist and has been awarded the Service to America Career Achievement Medal for the most significant research over a 25-year period. He has also simultaneously been the Chief of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism at the Tampa Veterans' Administration (VA) hospital.

  • BA University of Toronto, MA Royal Holloway, University of London

    A graduate of the University of East Anglia's prestigious creative writing course, Ross was included in The Times' list of The Top Ten Literary Stars of 2008 and works as a playwright, journalist, poet and tutor. He co-founded the performance poetry collective Aisle16, with whom he still performs today, has appeared at the Glastonbury and Latitude Festivals, and has produced work with the British Council in Athens, Switzerland and Germany. Ross has written nine theater productions, including 2005's Poetry Boyband, which won Time Out's Critics' Choice of the Year. His debut poetry collection, Things To Do Before You Leave Town, was published in 2009 and his first screenplay is currently in development with Warp Films.

  • B.Eng Wuhan University, MSc University of Waterloo

  • BA Wuhan University, MA University of Waterloo

    Yan’s doctorate addresses computational neuroscience and machine learning. Alongside working as a teaching assistant and undergraduate demonstrator, he is an undergraduate supervisor in Signal and Pattern Processing and Signals and Systems. His exceptional prowess earned him the China Scholarship Council – Cambridge Overseas Trust PhD Scholarship in 2012.

  • BA, BSc University of British Columbia, MPH, CHFM, CPHI Johns Hopkins University

    Justin is conducting doctoral research at the University of Cambridge. He is based in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care. His current project draws on epidemiology, econometrics, and applied policy analysis to interrogate government responses to macroeconomic shocks in European countries and their impact on population health. Prior to taking up his current position, he worked as a Senior Associate for Avalere Health. In this role he helped Fortune 500 life science companies and charitable foundations solve coverage, coding, payment, and patient access problems.

  • MPH, CHFM, CPHI Johns Hopkins University, BA, BSc University of British Columbia

L'Académie de Paris

  • BS, University of Buenos Aires, MS Ecole Normale Superieur, L'Universite Paris Descartes

  • BA, MA University of East Anglia, DPhil, University College London

  • BA, MA University of East Anglia, DPhil, University College London

    A published author, Elise has been teaching at University College London for five years, specializing in French language and translation seminars. She completed her PhD on the creative and ludic translation of surrealist poetry. Her most recent publication is a translation of Delphine Grass's poem "Coming to London With No Ears".

  • BA, MA University of East Anglia, PhD, University College London

    Dr. Aru has taught French language and translation seminars at University College London for five years. She has particular expertise in the creative and ludic translation of surrealist poetry. Dr. Aru is also a published author. Her most recent work is a translation of Delphine Grass's poem "Coming to London With No Ears."

  • BA, MA, École Normale Supérieure, MA Université de Paris-IV Sorbonne, Agrégation de philosophie

    Raphael studies history and philosophy. He is completing a doctorate on German philosophy in the 19th and 20th centuries. He spent the past year as a lecturer in French at Clare College, Cambridge.

  • BA, MA, École Normale Supérieure, MA Université de Paris-IV Sorbonne, Agrégation de philosophie.

    Raphael studies history and philosophy. He is completing a doctorate on German philosophy of the 19th and 20th Centuries. He spent the past year as lecturer in French at Clare College, Cambridge.

  • BA Université François Rabelais, MA, PhD Université Paris Descartes Paris 5, Ecole Normale Supérieure

    Dr. Bastien is an Assistant Professor at the University François Rabelais, in Tours, France. He currently teaches courses on Linguistics, Cognitive Psychology, and Statistics, while conducting his own research on sustained attention and consciousness. Dr. Bastien is the winner of numerous awards and grants, including the Arthur Sachs Fellowship award from Harvard University.

  • Ph.D. in Cognitive Sciences, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

    Mikael is an Assistant Professor at the University François Rabelais, in Tours, France. He currently teaches courses on Linguistics, Cognitive Psychology, and Statistics, while conducting his own research on sustained attention and consciousness. Mikael is the winner of numerous awards and grants including the Arthur Sachs Fellowship award from Harvard University.

  • BA L’université de Paris I, MA L’universite de Paris I

  • BA Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, MA Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

    Baptiste is completing a doctorate in French history which addresses the issues arising from slavery during the Great Revolution. Prior to starting on his doctorate, he studied philosophy in Paris and Berlin. As a teacher, he focuses on different topics in European history and Information Technology.

  • BA Ecole du Louvre, MA Ecole du Louvre, MA Université Paris 7, Denis Diderot, PhD Université Paris 7, Denis Diderot

  • BA Ecole du Louvre, MA Ecole du Louvre, MA Université Paris 7, Denis Diderot, PhD Université Paris 7, Denis Diderot

    Dr. Cariou completed her PhD at the Université Paris-Diderot on the history of museums in the United States, especially museums devoted to African-Americans. She has degrees in art history, museology and the history of museums from the Ecole du Louvre, and in American civilization from the Université Paris-Diderot. She teaches American history and art history for several universities, including Paris-Diderot, the Institut Catholique, and the Université de Versailles. She is also an art lecturer on museums and monuments, and has worked with a number of museum and galleries.

  • BA Ecole du Louvre, MA Université Paris

  • BA Ecole du Louvre, MA Ecole du Louvre, MA Université Paris 7, Denis Diderot, PhD Université Paris 7, Denis Diderot

    Dr. Cariou completed her PhD at the Université Paris-Diderot on the history of museums in the United States, especially museums devoted to African-Americans. She has degrees in art history, museology, and the history of museums from the Ecole du Louvre and in American civilization from the Université Paris-Diderot. She teaches American history and art history for several universities, including Paris-Diderot, the Institut Catholique, and the Université de Versailles. She is also an art lecturer and has worked with a number of museums and galleries.

  • BA Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, MA, DEA Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, MPhil New York University, PhD Université de Paris VII

  • BA Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, MA, DEA Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, MPhil New York University, PhD Université de Paris VII

    An experienced French teacher and an accomplished academic, Marie-Hélène has taught at l'Académie de Paris for many years, as well as teaching for programs operated by EDUCO, CIEE, Sweet Briar College, and EAB, The Victor Hugo School.

  • BA Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, MA, DEA Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, MPhil New York University, PhD Université de Paris VII

    Dr. Carpentier is an experienced French pedagogue and an accomplished academic. She has taught for many prestigious institutions, including EDUCO, the Council on International Educational Exchange, Sweet Briar College, and École Internationale Bilingue – The Victor Hugo School.

  • BA, MA Université de Lyon 2

    Stéphane is a multi-talented teacher, researcher, and reviewer well-versed in the Classics, French Literature and Drama. He teaches at the Université de Lyon, and he is also the theater and dance critic of a monthly newspaper in Lyon. Stéphane continues to pursue his passion for theater and is now a doctoral candidate working on the political aspects of American theater in the 80s and 90s.

  • BA, MA Université de Lyon 2

    Stéphane is conducting doctoral research on the political aspects of American theater in the 1980s and 1990s at the Université de Lyon, where he also serves as a teacher. His academic interests are wide-ranging, and orbit around the Classics, French Literature, and Drama. Outside the university sphere he is the theater and dance critic of a monthly newspaper in Lyon.

  • BA Boston University, MA Yale University, MA University of Pennsylvania

  • BA Boston University, MA Yale University, MA University of Pennsylvania

    Elizabeth is a doctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. Her current project focuses on literary and theological perspectives of marriage in medieval France. She is a lifelong Francophile, and has devoted several summers in Paris to the pursuit of research fellowships at the Bibliothèque Nationale. Elizabeth regularly teaches university courses on topics including religion and literature, spiritual autobiography, and world religions.

  • BA Boston University, MA Yale University, MA University of Pennsylvania

    Elizabeth is currently in the final stages of her doctoral program at the University of Pennsylvania, where she specializes in literary and theological perspectives on marriage in medieval France. A lifelong francophile and professional library nerd, she has spent the last several summers in Paris pursuing research fellowships at the Bibliothèque Nationale, as well as mastering all of the French recipes her tiny Parisian kitchen will accommodate. In the past she has taught university courses on religion and literature, spiritual autobiography, and world religions.

  • BA, DESS Université de Nice

    Julie began her career by studying Political Science, before moving on to graduate studies in Culinary Arts, which involved training as a chef at the celebrated Paul Augier Hotel School. She then spent a year in Mauritius, working at l'Aventure du Sucre, a museum dedicated to sugar cane, and immersing herself in local Creole and Indo-Mauritian cuisines. Upon returning to France she trained under Alain Passard in his famous restaurant, l'Arpège. There she worked her way up the kitchen ranks while also assisting him, as a sous-chef, on his international cooking tours. Julie now travels the world creating menus and cooking for private clients ranging from small dinner parties to major functions.

  • BA, MA Université Montpellier II, PhD, MD Université de Montpellier

    Dr. Creyssels is a neuroscientist based in the thoracic and vascular surgery ward of Arnaud de Villeneuve Hospital in Montpellier. She has particular expertise on intracellular trafficking in neurons. Dr. Creyssels is also an experienced pedagogue, and has taught courses on biology and on consulting and treating patients in psychiatric clinics.

  • PhD in Biology, Institut de Génétique Moléculaire de Montpellier, Ecole doctorale des Sciences Chimiques et Biologiques pour la Santé

    Sophie is a researcher who specializes in Neuroscience. She completed her training in Montpellier, France, where her PhD thesis focused on intracellular trafficking in neurons. Sophie has experience teaching biology as well as in consulting and treating patients in psychiatric clinics.

  • B.A. Paris I – Sorbonne, MBA HEC, Jouy-en-Josas, MPhil Paris I – Sorbonne

  • Email: Hey guys, we had a bit of a teacher meltdown that resulted in the loss of a minor class. We’ve had to move all of the students from the Architecture minor into different classes. Here is the list of students and what minors they have now moved into. Would you mind updating it in the DB? I guess you can also deactivate the Architecture minor, if that’s something we do." From Tucker, 7/20/2015 -PGS

  • BA Architecture and Urbanism College of University of São Paulo, MA Architecture and Urbanism College of University of São Paulo, PhD Architecture and Urbanism College of University of São Paulo

  • BA Université Paris-IV Sorbonne, MA L'Institut d'études politiques de Paris

  • BA Université Paris-IV Sorbonne, MA L'Institut d'études politiques de Paris

    Virgile is the Assistant to the Europe Bureau Chief for "The Washington Post." His academic background is in international affairs, and he is an expert in sustainable development and environmental risk management. In the past he has worked as the Social Media Manager of Citroën Argentina , and as a sustainability specialist for the French utility Suez Environment.

  • BA Université Paris Dauphine, MA, PhD Sciences Po, Paris

    Dr. Dumesnil teaches anthropology at the Paris Institute of Political Studies, and serves as a legal consultant on the Commission for the Abolition of Female Sexual Mutilation. She has particular expertise on intellectual property law, violence towards women in different societies, and on gender stereotyping and its detrimental impact on daily life. Dr. Dumesnil's research has taken her all over the world – from rural India to the yards of Harvard University.

  • PhD in Law, Sciences Politiques Paris

    Choralyne is a practicing lawyer based in Paris. Her research has taken her all over the world -- to India and to Harvard for her research. The focus of her career has been in fighting against sexual violence and also intellectual property law.

  • BA University of London, Institute in Paris, MA Université de Genève

    Annie is doctoral candidate in the Department of Comparative Literatures and Cinema Studies at the University of Washington. Her research interests include the history of the specialist film press, female fandom, and the explosion of French cinéphile culture between 1918 and 1929. In 2011 she was awarded an Entente Cordiale Scholarship to pursue her dissertation research in Paris as an associate researcher for the Cinémathèque française in affiliation with the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

  • MSc International University College of Turin, Italy, LLM, University of Torino Law School

    Tomaso is Associate Editor of the Global Jurist law journal and is completing his PhD at the Sciences Politiques Law School in Paris. His research focuses on land reforms, land grabbing, agriculture, and international aid. In 2014 he was chosen to be a resident fellow at Harvard Law School’s Institute for Global Law and Policy where his work focused on the financialization of the global food chain.

  • BA Université Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne, BA, MA Ecole du Louvre

  • BA Université Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne, BA, MA Ecole du Louvre

    Marie's research focuses on the 19th and 20th centuries as well as the history of photography. She is a professionally certified art lecturer and guide in Paris for all of the city’s major museums, historic neighborhoods, and exhibitions.

  • BA University of Bologna, DPhil University of Oxford, MSt University of Oxford

    Dr. Gosetti is the Kathleen Bourne Junior Research Fellow in French and Comparative Literature at St. Anne's College in the University of Oxford. Her research interests include nineteenth-century French poetry and the development of prose poetry; and the transnational press, especially French-language periodicals published in London during the 1800s. Dr. Gosetti is also an expert on contemporary women poets and poetry translation, particularly into Italian minority languages. In addition to her work at Oxford she is the Communication and Media Officer for the Society of Dix-Neuviémistes (SDN).

  • Master du Français Langue Étrangère, Université de Grenoble

  • BA, Film Studies (University of Pittsburgh)

  • Master Didactique du Français Langue Étrangère, Université Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle

  • BA Paris IV Sorbonne, BA Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, MPhil University of Cambridge

  • BA Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, BA Sciences Po, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Lucas has studied history, economics, and, most intensively, classics and philosophy. A thorough anglophile, he spent the 2012-2013 academic year in the United States as a visiting student at Rutgers University before moving to Cambridge as a lecturer. His own research focuses on Platonism in antiquity.

  • BA, MA Ecole Normale Supérieure/Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

    Following a BA and an MA in Art History Morgan spent a year teaching at Columbia University in New York. Upon returning to France he began work on a doctorate in Contemporary Art History - his research focuses on Conceptual and Minimal Art - at the Ecole Normale Supérieure. He has worked for the Centre Pompidou-Metz and is currently carrying out his research in Berlin.

  • BA Université de Nice, DEA, MA Université de Paris X

    Camille was born in Berkeley, California, raised in Provence, and spent ten years in New York working as a correspondent for French Vogue before returning to Paris. She's the author of the guidebook New York Confidential and has contributed to various culinary guidebooks and food shows. Camille is currently a freelance food editor and a gastronomical tour guide in Paris, and is working on a culinary documentary for TV as well as a cookbook about her mother's cuisine provençale.

  • Diplôme de Recherche Plastique Université de Genève, Diplôme d'Art Visuel Université de Lausanne

  • Diplôme de Recherche Plastique Université de Genève, Diplôme d'Art Visuel Université de Lausanne

    Educated in Switzerland, Paul has lived and worked in Paris since 1998. A professional artist and art teacher, his studio is in an old cookie factory that our students visit. He has taught at art colleges in Geneva, Amsterdam, and Lausanne, and has held exhibitions of his work in Lausanne, Amsterdam, and Paris.

  • Diplôme de Recherche Plastique Université de Genève, Diplôme d'Art Visuel Université de Lausanne

    Paul is a professional artist based in Paris. He holds degrees in the visual arts from Geneva University of Art and Design, Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne, and Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. He also has the rare distinction of having studied with the famous lithographer Raynald Métraux. In the past, he has worked at Michael Woolworth Publications in Paris as a printer and an editor. He regularly contributes to contemporary art fairs around Europe, including ArtBasel, ARCOmadrid, and FIAC Paris. Paul's recent projects have taken him around the world - from the Taizé communities in the slums of Bangladesh, to the wild western deserts of New Mexico.

  • BA American University of Paris, MPhil University of Cambridge

    Caroline Laurent is a doctoral researcher at Harvard University, where she is based in the Romance Languages and Literature department.. Her current project is focused on literary representations of genocide. Caroline has received numerous awards for her work, including the Romance Language and Literature Teaching Prize from Harvard, and a Certificate of Distinction from the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning.

  • BA Université Paul Verlaine, Metz MA Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

    Julien has been obsessed with cinema, fiction as well as documentary, since childhood and earned a Masters in scene-writing, directing and production. He has since worked as a cinematographer on various projects, and directed four short movies. He is currently working for Critikat.com as a journalist, writing film reviews, interviewing famous directors (Francis Ford Coppola, Abel Ferrara, Frederick Wiseman...) as well as working as a correspondent during the Cannes and Berlin Film Festival. For three years he ran a Cine-club, taking charge of the programing and moderating the debates after screenings.

  • BS, MS Université de Paris V

    Luc is a qualified clinical psychologist, researcher, and teacher of psychology living in Paris. He conducts research on personality and environmental factors that determine intelligence. He is also a practicing psychotherapist.

  • MSc Aston Business School, MA Toulouse Business School

    Marina holds a double master’s degree in Business Administration from Toulouse Business School and in Social Responsibility & Sustainability from Aston Business School. She has extensive experience in project management, stakeholder engagement for social innovation, and CSR initiatives, and she has worked with Enactus France, Yunus Social Business, MakeSense, and MindSpace to help young entrepreneurs strategize and develop their projects, networks, and international partnerships.

  • MSc EDHEC Business School

    Pauline is a lecturer in Fashion and Business at the renowned Istituto Marangoni in Paris, where she teaches both graduates and undergraduates. She has particular expertise on brand content and strategy, and on digital marketing. In the past she has worked in finance for groups including Natixis and Deutsche Bank. Later she honed her skills as a strategic planner, and consulted on advertising for international brands such as Elsa Schiaparelli, TODDS, FNAC, and Comptoir des Cotonniers. Outside of academia she works with the Parisian DJ agency Tête d'Affiche, and regularly plays for international fashion events.

  • BA, MA University of Oslo

    Joakim is a doctoral candidate at the University of Washington, Seattle, where his research investigates the politics of Exceptional Law in Egypt and Turkey during the second half of the 20th Century. He has taught undergraduates at the University of Oslo and the University of Washington, Seattle.

  • BA Université Paris III, MA University of Cambridge, MA University of Sussex

  • BA University of New South Wales, BPhil University of Oxford, MPhil University of Oxford

  • MA, Ecole de recherche en psychanalyse, Denis Diderot, Paris Université VII

    Claire is an award-winning writer and poet who lives in London. In 2006, she won an Australian Young Poet’s Fellowship and published her first chapbook, "In Front of a Comma." In 2010, a full-length collection entitled "Swallow" was published and short-listed for five Premier’s Literary Awards. Her work has been translated and awarded numerous prizes, the most recent being first place in the Tom Collins Poetry Prize 2015. Claire has taught critical theory, creative writing, and literature, and led poetry workshops in France, the U.K., and Australia.

  • MA, Ecole de recherche en psychanalyse, Denis Diderot, Paris Université VII

    Claire is an award-winning writer and poet who lives in London. In 2006, she won an Australian Young Poet’s Fellowship and published her first collection, In Front of a Comma. In 2010, her first full-length collection Swallow was published and short-listed for five Premier’s Literary Awards. Her work has been translated and and awarded numerous literary prizes, the most recent being first prize in the Tom Collins Poetry Prize 2015. Claire has taught critical theory, creative writing, and literature, and led poetry workshops in France, the UK and Australia.

  • Master Sciences Humaines, expertise en FLE, CFOAD Dijon

  • BA Université Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne), MA 1, MA 2 Université Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne)

  • B.S. Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay, MSc Ecole Normale Superieur, Paris

  • BA L’université de Toulouse, MA L’université Toulouse

  • BA, MA Université Lumière Lyon 2

    Bastien is a published author who studied Anthropology and 20th-century French Literature in Lyon. After completing his studies with high honors, he taught in a high school in southern Italy and published a short story, "A Zonzo," which he also illustrated. Currently living in Paris, Bastien teaches French and French Literature. His interests include cinema, theater, literary criticism, and silkscreen art.

  • MA, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, PhD Candidate at Sciences Politiques, Paris

  • B.A. University of Pennsylvania, M.A. New York University, Ph.D New York University

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  • BA Université Paris Dauphine, MA Ecole des Métiers de la Communication (EFAP)

  • BA Université Paris Dauphine, MA Ecole des Métiers de la Communication (EFAP)

    Eve graduated in economics and PR in Paris, and had a first career as a financial PR consultant. Her love of cooking led her to change her career and move into high-end catering and food design. After interning with several great French chefs, she started her company in 1997 and has had many cooking adventures since then. She believes that cooking is an adventure and that one should always explore new tastes and not repeat a recipe twice. Eve is a published author of cookbooks and recipes for magazines, and has worked on many culinary performances associating visual arts and cooking.

  • BA Université Paris Dauphine, MA Ecole des Métiers de la Communication (EFAP)

    Eve earned degrees in Economics and PR in Paris and worked as a financial PR consultant. Her love of cooking led her to move into high-end catering and food design. After interning with several great French chefs, she started her company, "Le festin d'Eve," in 1997. She believes that cooking is an adventure and that one should always explore new tastes and not repeat a recipe twice. Eve is a published author of cookbooks and recipes for magazines and has worked on many culinary performances that combine the visual arts with cooking.

  • BA University of South Florida, MA University of South Florida, DPhil University of South Florida

  • BS Creighton University, MD, PhD University of Arizona

    Dr. Vesely is Professor of Medicine, Molecular Pharmacology, and Physiology at the University of South Florida Medical School in Tampa. He is the author of 328 peer-reviewed scientific publications and three books. Dr. Vesely discovered three hormones made by the heart which, in healthy individuals, help control blood pressure and sodium and water metabolism. He is a decorated scientist and has been awarded the Service to America Career Achievement Medal for the most significant research over a 25-year period. He has also simultaneously been the Chief of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism at the Tampa Veterans' Administration (VA) hospital.

  • BA, MA Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp

    Pierre-Antoine is a womenswear designer. He trained at the Royal Academy in Antwerp and has worked with a variety of well-known designers including most recently Zac Posen in New York. Pierre-Antoine specializes in woven garments and embellishments, and regularly gives lectures on fashion history in museums throughout Europe.

  • BA, MA Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp

    Pierre-Antoine manages and designs for his own fashion label. His garments seek to mix precision and creativity, poetry and drama. "Vice" magazine has praised them for their "intriguing peeks into a fantastical world." He trained at the Royal Academy in Antwerp and has worked with an array of famous designers, including Zac Posen in New York. Pierre-Antoine regularly gives lectures on fashion history in museums across Europe.

  • BS DePaul University, Chicago, BacPro Ecole Supérieure de Photographie et d'Audiovisuel (EFET), Paris

  • BS DePaul University, Chicago, BacPro Ecole Supérieure de Photographie et d'Audiovisuel (EFET), Paris

    Danielle is a professional photographer. She holds degrees in psychology from DePaul University, and in photography from Columbia Collage Chicago and EFET in Paris, where she is currently based. She shoots interiors, travel, and editorial projects, as well as portrait commissions. Artist residencies have taken her to Halsnoy, Norway, The Full Moon Theater in the south of France, and 59 rue de Rivoli in Paris. She has exhibited in solo and group shows in Buenos Aires, Paris, Venice, New York, Norway, Michigan, and Ohio.

  • BA University of Cambridge, MA Royal College of Art, London

    Tom grew up in Oxford and studied Architecture at the University of Cambridge and the Royal College of Art in London. He gained work experience at the European Commission’s Heritage Office in Brussels, the Royal Opera House set design room in London, and at Zaha Hadid’s London office. Tom has worked for a number of architecture practices in Oxford and London, where he honed his skills in exhibition and set design, residential, commercial, and retail projects, as well as on several BBC television programs as a design researcher.

  • MA in Architecture, Royal College of Art, London, BA, University of Cambridge

    Tom grew up in Oxford and studied Architecture at the University of Cambridge and the Royal College of Art in London. He gained work experience at the European Commission’s Heritage Office in Brussels, the Royal Opera House set design room in London, and at Zaha Hadid’s London office. Tom has worked for a number of architecture practices in Oxford and London, where he honed his skills in exhibition and set design, residential, commercial, and retail projects, as well as on several BBC television programmes as a design researcher.

L'Académie de France

  • MA Professionnel Français Langue Étrangère, Université Lumière Lyon II

  • BA, MA, PhD Université de Montpellier III

    Dr. Cassanas works as a consultant for Linguistique du Marketing. In this role she identifies target consumers by analyzing their online talk about products, and their online behaviors linked to products. By applying models and tools of sociolinguistics to the digital sphere, she is able to give insights into consumer trends. She also creates brand names, branding strategies, and communication models. She holds a doctoral degree from Université de Montpellier III in Language Sciences. In the past she has worked as the French Cultural Representative at the Epcot Center in Florida, and as a teacher of French in New Zealand.

  • BA Université de Montpellier, EAT, CAT in Dance and Drama from the Nîmes Conservatory, MA Université de Montpellier, DE Professor in Contemporary Dance

    Aude is a professional dancer, choreographer, writer, and actor. Her poetry has been published by Sansouire Editions, and she has contributed pieces to several literary journals. She also works as a dance and theater reviewer for "Inferno" magazine. Aude frequently collaborates with other artists, on everything from digital editions to academic conferences. Her scholarly interests center on representations of the body in art and literature. corresponding dance theater journalist for the magazine INFERNO Her performances play on the relationship between dance, dramatic text, and acting.

  • BA Haute Ecole de Commerce

  • BA Haute Ecole de Commerce

    Cléophée is a professional journalist and producer. During her vibrant career, she has worked as a Local Producer for Vice Media, and as a Fixer and video journalist for "The Washington Post." She has also contributed to NGO projects in Tanzania, and regularly collaborates on a variety of arts projects in Paris. During her time at Haute Ecole de Commerce in Montréal, Cléophée took part in several United Nations summits and World Trade Organization simulations. She has lived in eight countries in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, North America, and South America. She is a polyglot and speaks fluent French, English, and Spanish.

  • BA Haute Ecole de Commerce

  • BA, MA Université Paul­Valéry Montpellier

  • BA, MA Université Paul­-Valéry Montpellier

    Ana Maria’s research focuses on the preponderance of feminine figures in chivalric literature of the Middle Ages (queens, fairies, damsels in distress). She teaches French and French Literature at the university level and enjoys reading history and studying comparative literature in her spare time.

  • BA Paris Diderot, MA Paris Descartes

  • MA Ingénierie des Langues, Mention Français Langue Étrangère, Université de la Réunion, MA Langues et Affaires Internationales, Université de Perpignan

  • BA Université de Montpellier, MD Université de Montpellier

    Dr. Gomez practices medicine in Montpellier. In the past he has taught cellular biology, clinical psychology, and social sciences at the medical school of the Université de Montpellier. He is a polyglot and speaks fluent French, Spanish, and English.

  • MA, History of Art, Université Paul Valéry Montpellier III

  • BA École Normale Supérieure de Paris, MA École Normale Supérieure de Paris /Paris Diderot, Agrégé de Lettres modernes

  • BA École Normale Supérieure de Paris, MA École Normale Supérieure de Paris /Paris Diderot, Agrégé de Lettres modernes

    Samuel is a PhD candidate in French Contemporary literature at the Université Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle. He has taught French language and literature in a variety of institutions, most recently at Harvard University. In 2014, he has been a jury member of the literary prize France Culture-Télérama.

  • BA École Normale Supérieure de Paris, MA École Normale Supérieure de Paris /Paris Diderot, Agrégé de Lettres modernes

    Samuel is conducting doctoral research in French Contemporary literature at the Université Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle. He has taught French language and literature in a variety of institutions, most recently at Harvard University. In 2014, he was a jury member of the literary prize France Culture-Télérama.

  • BA, MA Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier

    A lecturer in Cinema at Paul Valéry University of Montpellier, Christophe previously taught various aspects of film at l'École Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques. He has produced and directed institutional and documentary shorts. A frequent writer and co-writer, he specializes in assisting writers (script doctoring).

  • BA Université de Paul Valéry, MA Université Panthéon-Sorbonne

    A native of Montpellier, Frédérique is passionate about educational development in third-world countries. After having traveled to countries around the world as a French and literacy teacher, working with such agencies as Schools Without Borders, Frédérique returned to Montpellier where she is pursuing her second Master’s degree in French Language Studies and Pedagogy.

  • BA Université de Paul Valéry, MA Université Panthéon-Sorbonne

    Frédérique is currently pursuing a second Master’s degree in French Language Studies and Pedagogy. She is a native of Montpellier, and is passionate about educational development in third-world countries. Her work as a French and literacy expert has taken her to countries around the world to consult with agencies such as Schools Without Borders.

  • BA Université de Paul Valéry, MA Université Panthéon-Sorbonne

  • MFA École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts Nîmes

    Florence is a professional artist and photographer. Her career began in set and art design for cinema, a role that took her all over the world for an array of projects. Today her work is much sought after. Recent exhibitions have included "La glaçiere & La cave à bierre," which was selected as part of an international project entitled "Are you experiencing?'" in Le Havre; "L'autopista," mounted by Barcelona's renowned TPK Art i Pensament Contemporani; and "Érosion," shown in Château d'Assas in Le Vigan, and supported by the Conseil Général du Gard. The Musée d'art contemporain le Carré d'Art in Nîmes has recently purchased a collection of Florence's photographs.

  • MS in Marine Biology, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, MD candidate at the Université de Montpellier

  • MS Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris

    Theo began his career in Marine Biology. His master’s thesis took him to Australia to research coral reef ecosystems. Now back in France, and in his fourth year of medical school, Theo is studying to become a physician in Montpellier. He enjoys the parallels between marine and human biology and in sharing this unique perspective with his students.

  • BA Université Paul Valéry, MA Université Paul Valéry, PhD Université Paul Valéry, MA Universidad Complutense

    A much published expert on Spanish literature, whose doctorate focused on Agustín Fernandez Mallo and Vicente Luis Mora, Alice taught undergraduates at the Université Paul Valéry for several years before moving on to teach literature in Spain.

  • BA, MA Université de Montpellier III, PhD Universite de Montpellier

  • BA, MA Université de Montpellier III, PhD Universite de Montpellier

    Barthelemy teaches Cinema and Media Studies at the Université de Montpellier. His doctoral research investigates mountain films and their relationship to the Occident.

  • BA, PhD Université de Montpellier III

    Barthelemy teaches Cinema and Media Studies at the Université de Montpellier. His doctoral research investigates mountain films and their relationship to the Occident.

  • MA Université Paul Valery

  • BA Université de Rouen, MA Université de Rouen

  • BA Université de Rouen, MA Université de Rouen

    Dorothée has been teaching French as a foreign language for over ten years both in France and abroad. While teaching at the University of Medan in Indonesia, Dorothée created cultural events between the language and music departments. She also spent time in Togo teaching other language teachers how to use theatre games as educational tools in the classroom.

  • BA Université de Rouen, MA Université de Rouen

    Dorothée has been teaching French as a foreign language for over ten years both in France and abroad. While lecturing at the University of Medan in Indonesia, Dorothée designed and managed cultural events that brought the language and music departments together. She has also spent time in Togo, coaching language teachers in the use of theater games as educational tools in the classroom.

  • BA, MA Université de Provence

    Gregoire has lived in many different countries exploring the diversity of cultures from Canada to Russia and Mexico to Mongolia. He teaches French language and culture and also works with immigrants to France on a specialized language acquisition project.

  • DNAP Ecole des Beaux-arts de Nîmes, DNSEP Ecole des Beaux-arts d'Avignon

  • DNAP Ecole des Beaux-arts de Nîmes, DNSEP Ecole des Beaux-arts d'Avignon

    Christelle is an art lecturer at the Université Paul Valery in Montpellier. She is also a professional artist who runs her own gallery in Nîmes. Since achieving a Diplôme National d'Art Plastique in 1991 and a Diplôme National Supérieur d'Expression Plastique in 1993, Christelle has mounted exhibitions of her work and conducted workshops throughout France, Spain, and elsewhere in Europe.

  • DNAP Ecole des Beaux-arts de Nîmes, DNSEP Ecole des Beaux-arts d'Avignon

    Christelle manages to combine the full life of the practicing artist with the equally demanding life of teaching at the Université Paul Valery in Montpellier and running a gallery in Nîmes. Since achieving a Diplôme National d'Art Plastique in 1991 and a Diplôme National Supérieur d'Expression Plastique in 1993, she has mounted exhibitions of her work and conducted workshops throughout France, Spain, and elsewhere in Europe.

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  • BA, MA Université de Montpellier III; MA IUFM (University Institute for Teachers Training) de Montpellier

  • BA, MA Université de Montpellier III; MA IUFM (University Institute for Teachers Training) de Montpellier

    Marion serves as a specialist in Spanish language in the Ministère de l'Education nationale, de la jeunesse et de la vie associative Education. In the past, she has taught French language in Colombia at the University of Villavicencio, as well as French literature across the south of France. Outside the Ministère de l'Education she regularly works with immigrants to facilitate language and culture acquisition.

  • BA, MA Université de Montpellier III; MA IUFM (University Institute for Teachers Training) de Montpellier

    Marion taught French language in Colombia, at the University of Villavicencio. She has also taught French Literature throughout the south of France. Outside the classroom she works with immigrants to facilitate language and culture acquisition.

  • BA, MA Université de Montpellier III

    Maude is a doctoral researcher at Université de Montpellier III. She has particular expertise in French as a second language, and in techniques for helping new immigrants to integrate through language acquisition. She is a seasoned pedagogue, and has taught at all levels in both Montpellier and Lyon.

  • BA, MA Université de Montpellier III

    Claire is a Learner Management Adviser for Learnlight. In this role she helps businesses with the acquisition of English language. She also works with ACB-ILO Languages, training people from a variety of backgrounds in French and other languages. Claire's diverse teaching career has taken her across the globe, from Spain to Australia. Her expertise have also been sought out by French politicians. She contributed to a government program designed to improve the expertise and competencies of French teachers in the south of Morocco. She has also been stationed at the French Embassy in Athens, where she consulted with the Franco-Greek bilingual schools of the city, assisted other schools with various educational projects, and organized cultural events at the Athens' French Institute.

La Academia de Barcelona

  • MA Universidad de las Palamas de Gran Canaria

    Rafael is a professional photographer based in Barcelona. To date he has published five collections of his work. They include "Medianoche," a prize-winner at XIV Bienal de Fotografía de Córdoba; and "No Caption," which was awarded the Private Space prize at the Fedrigoni Awards. Solo exhibitions of his work have recently been mounted in The Folio Club gallery in Barcelona, and in the Osten Gallery in Macedonia. Meanwhile his images have appeared in group exhibitions in galleries across Europe, from Derby to Madrid to Palermo. Rafael has a particular interest in harnessing photography to express abstract thought processes such as doubt, intellect, and memory.

  • MA Universidad de las Palamas de Gran Canaria

  • BA Universidad de Santiago de Compostela and Universitat de Barcelona, PhD Universitat Pompeu Fabra

    Following undergraduate studies in Journalism and History, Dr. Barreiro completed a doctorate in Social Communication, specializing in the Avant-garde cinema of the 1920s. She currently teaches Cinema, Communication and Arts at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Hispanic and European Studies Program) and at the EUTM of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Over the years she has been the recipient of a number of prestigious research fellowships, most recently a joint award by the CNRS, Sorbonne III, École Normale Superiéure to conduct research with the Atelier de Recherche sur l'Intermédiation et les Arts du Spectacle in Paris. She is widely published on Avant-garde cinema and modern culture.

  • BA Universidad de Barcelona, MA Universidad de Barcelona

  • BA Autonomous University of Barcelona

  • BA Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

    Gabriel has been working in the field of global health for the past seven years. He is co-founder and advocacy coordinator of Planeta Salud, an NGO that advocates for the research and development of new health tools for the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. He is charged with implementing an advocacy strategy to raise awareness of research and development for global health concerns with the objective of incorporating the awareness into Spanish policies. Prior to founding Plenta Salud he worked as a journalist and health advocate in Mexico.

  • BA Università dell'Insubria, DEA, PhD Universitat de Barcelona

    Dr. Bucci is a marine biologist. She works for Environmental Consulting Enterprises as a specialist in conservation and education. Her research focuses in particular on small-scale fisheries, IUU fishing, benthic ecology, microalgae diversity and dynamics, and biogeochemical cycles. She is also active with the Marimurtra Botanic Garden, where she helps to raise awareness about plants, their adaptations to the environment, and their habitats. Dr. Bucci is also the co-founder of "La Casa del Mar," an Environmental Interpretive Center based in Costa Brava and managed by the NGO Xatrac. The institution helps spread scientific knowledge and conservation awareness. In this role she is responsible for project design, fund raising, engagement with private stakeholders, budget management, and media communications.

  • BA Università dell'Insubria, PhD Universitat de Barcelona

  • BA Università dell'Insubria, PhD Universitat de Barcelona

  • BS, MS Belorussian National Technical University

    Vera is an Associate Professor and doctoral researcher at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Her current project focuses on integrated marketing communications, particularly customer behavior, multichannel marketing synergy, and statistical analysis. In her role as an AP at the University, she has recently given courses on cost accounting and marketing plans. Vera also has experience in industry, and in the past has worked as a marketing consultant and as a deputy marketing director.

  • MS in Economics, Belorussian National Technical University, PhD Candidate and Associate Professor in Business, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

    Vera hails from Belarus where she began her career in Economics. The focus of her research is in marketing, business strategy, segmentation, and entrepreneurship. Vera enjoys working with her students on business models and case studies based on ventures that are found in Barcelona so that they can conduct interviews and market research in real time.

  • BA Guilford College, MFA Vermont College of Fine Arts

    Sion is a widely published writer. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Utne Reader, Hunger Mountain, Numero Cinq, and several anthologies, including Strangers in Paris and Seek It: Artists and Writers Do Sleep. She has published award winning fiction. Her novel was shortlisted for the Faulkner-Wisdom Competition and she previously won a Barbara Deming Award for Fiction.

  • BA University of Barcelona, MA University of Barcelona, MA Holmes Institute of Sydney

  • BA University of Barcelona, MA University of Barcelona, MA Holmes Institute of Sydney

  • MA, PhD Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona

    Dr. Demurtas is a lawyer and business consultant. He specializes in all areas of civil, criminal, and labor law. He often works as a mediator too. Dr. Demurtas is also active as a pedagogue, and currently teaches courses in security, conflict resolution, and peace negotiations at graduate level at the Instituto de Barcelona de Estudios Internacionales.

  • PhD, MA, in International Relations, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

    Alessandro is Italian and began his studies in Bologna. He is an expert in International Relations and currently teaches courses in security, conflict resolution, and peace negotiations at the graduate level at the Instituto de Barcelona de Estudios Internacionales.

  • BA, PhD University of Salamanca

    Dr. Gomez is an Associate Professor at the University of Salamanca. She speaks eight languages, which beyond her native Spanish include, English, Italian, French, and Arabic. Dr. Gomez teaches a number of courses at the University, from sociolinguistics, to translation, to grammar intensives.

  • PhD in Linguistics, University of Salamanca

    Dr. Gomez is an Associate Professor at the University of Salamanca. She speaks eight languages, which beyond her native Spanish include, English, Italian, French, and Arabic. Dr. Gomez teaches a number of courses at the university from Socio-linguistics, to translation, to grammar intensives.

  • BS, MS Universidad Pompeu Fabra Barcelona a

    Xavier is an expert in cognitive science. He has published articles on a variety of topics including second language comprehension, vocabulary processing, and semantic word-knowledge integration. Xavier currently works as a researcher, clinical trial coordinator, and as a supervisor for students working on their graduate theses at the University of Barcelona.

  • MS in Neuroscience, Universidad Pompeu Fabra Barcelona

    Xavier is an expert in cognitive science. He has published articles on a variety of topics including second language comprehension, vocabulary processing, and semantic word-knowledge integration. Xavier currently works as a researcher, clinical trial coordinator, and as a supervisor for students working on their graduate theses at the University of Barcelona.

  • BA, MA Universitat de Barcelona

  • BA, MA Universitat de Barcelona

    Mireia is an expert language instructor. She is fluent in Spanish, Catalan, French, Chinese, and English. Her academic background is in philosophy and architecture.

  • BA Universidad de Los Andes, MA University of East Anglia

  • BA Universidad de los Andes, MA University of East Anglia

    Matías is a professional writer and translator. He has published novels, children's books, travelogues, and poetry collections - most recently "Los sapos de mis estanquesin" (2014). He has also completed several major literary translations. Matías is originally from Buenos Aires and is currently based in Barcelona.

  • BA Universidad Simón Bolívar, MA Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona

  • BA Universidad Simón Bolívar, MA Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona

    Andrés is a professional architect based in Barcelona. He divides his time between doctoral research and his professional practice. He has collaborated with architectural offices in Barcelona to develop a wide range of building and remodeling projects and to design furniture.

  • BS Universidad de Buenos Aires, MS Universitat de Barcelona

    Winner of a prestigious Marie Curie Research Fellowship from the European Union, Ximena is a research consultant and clinical psychologist at the Universitat de Barcelona, where she is also completing her doctoral thesis on the relative contribution of genes and environment on neurocognitive traits. Originally from Argentina, she has been a visiting researcher at the Institute of Psychology at King's College, London, and in the departments of Psychiatry and Neurology at Washington University in St. Louis.

  • BA Universidad de Santiago de Compostela and Universitat de Barcelona, PhD Universitat Pompeu Fabra

    Following undergraduate studies in Journalism and History, Dr. Barreiro completed a doctorate in Social Communication, specializing in the Avant-garde cinema of the 1920s. She currently teaches Cinema, Communication and Arts at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Hispanic and European Studies Program) and at the EUTM of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Over the years she has been the recipient of a number of prestigious research fellowships, most recently a joint award by the CNRS, Sorbonne III, Ecole Normale Superieure to conduct research with the Atelier de Recherche sur l’Intermédialité et les Arts du Spectacle in Paris. She is widely published on Avant-garde cinema and modern culture.

  • BA Universidad de Sevilla, MA Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, MA University of Vigo

    Roi is a filmmaker. He was worked in a wide variety of capacities within the film world, not least as a cameraman and editor for multiple documentaries and news report. Two of his documentaries, one on human rights and another on environmental degradation, won multiple film festival awards.

  • BA Universitat Pompeu Fabra, MA University of Amsterdam and London School of Economics

    Andreu is a policy analyst with experience in both the public and private sector. He has worked as a consultant for, among others, the World Health Organization and the Spanish Red Cross, where he advised on labor and organization issues. More recently he has focused on organizational change, as well as international human resources management, providing him with insights into the incentives driving the behavior of stakeholders in businesses operating global supply chains.

  • BA Universitat de Barcelona, BA Universitat Pompeu Fabra

  • BA Universidad de Sevilla, MA Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, MA University of Vigo

  • BA Universidad de Sevilla, MA Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, MA University of Vigo

    Albert is currently completing a doctorate on contemporary Hispanic poetry at the Universitat de Barcelona. He has taught French and Spanish Literature at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra and is founder of the journal Forma as well as a member of the Editorial Board of 452f.

  • BA Universitat Pompeu Fabra, MA Universitat Pompeu Fabra

    Albert is a doctoral researcher at the Universitat de Barcelona, where he holds a coveted FPI scholarship from the Ministerio de Economia y Competitividad. His current project focuses on Hispanic literature. He has particular expertise in lyrical discourses between the 17th and the 20th centuries, the phenomena of "obscuritas" and unintelligibility, and aesthetics and ideology in poetry. Albert is a widely-published writer, and has recently released articles in journals including "Ínsula" and "Iberoamericana." He worked as an editor for "Forma," and was part of the Organizing Committee of the International Congress for Young Researchers in the Humanities. Today he sits on the Editorial Board of "452f," a literary journal.

  • BA, MFA University of Seville

  • BA, MFA University of Seville

    María is a doctoral researcher and teacher at the Universitat de Barcelona. She is based in the Paleontology Department, where she is an expert in drawing. She also holds an MFA in Fine Arts with a specialty in painting from the University of Seville. María's work has been exhibited in art galleries across Spain and the US. She is currently collaborating with a number of galleries, including Traç D’Art and Nando Argüelles.

  • BFA, PhD Universitat de Barcelona

    Since Completing her doctorate on early photography and it's repercssions on the concept of the artist, Susana has divided her time between producing her own works of art and organizing cultural events. She has exhibited in major centers including the PhotoArte Komite in Bibao, the Letzter Aufruf in Berlin, and the photo Exhibition in the Chinatown Manpower Project in New York.

  • BA Universitat de Barcelona, MA Escola de Cinema de Barcelona

    Sílvia is an award-winning documentary filmmaker based in Barcelona. She has worked as a screenwriter, photographer, and camerawoman for television, film, and documentaries, and she is also a teacher at both the Escola Projecte and the avant-garde audiovisual cooperative, Connectats. Sílvia's background includes Economics and Literary Theory, and she speaks fluent Spanish, Catalan, English, Portuguese and French.

  • BA Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

    Laia is the Community Engagement and Institutional Development Officer at Planeta Salud, an NGO based in Spain. The organization advocates for the research and development of new health tools for poverty-related diseases and promotes ethical clinical trials. She is also part of the Community Research Advisors Group of the Tuberculosis Trials Consortium for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States. Laia promotes the revitalization of community participation in clinical trials and performs qualitative research about community engagement impact in global health.

  • BA Universitat de València, MA Universidad Valencia

  • BA Universitat Pompeu Fabra, MA, PhD University of Edinburgh

    An award-winning scholar of Literature, Philosophy, and History, Carles has taught in Italy and Scotland as well as Spain. He currently teaches undergraduate Spanish and Cinema at CEA in Barcelona. Beyond the academic world, Carles has worked in radio broadcasting, editing, translation, sports reporting, and on-line marketing and public relations. Carles is a passionate cinephile and gastronome.

  • BA Universitat de Barcelona, MA University of Greenwich

    Ariadna teaches undergraduate Cinema and Art History for the CEA Global Campus in Barcelona. Originally from Spain, she spent five years in London where she worked at the British Museum while obtaining her MA in Museum Management. Back in Barcelona she worked as a researcher and project manager organizing historical exhibitions. Ariadna's hobbies include backpacking around the world and singing.

  • BA Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, MA Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Universitat de Barcelona

  • BA Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, MA Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Universitat de Barcelona

    Pilar is a professor of Human Resources at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. She leads a varied career at the intersection of industry and academia, in which she combines teaching with the responsibilities of high-profile business posts. For several years she ran the internal organization of The Eat Out Group before moving on to run human resources for Primark in Spain. She is currently both a company director and the President of Spin-off Arts. Pilar holds a degree in economics as well as three master's degrees - in business, human resources, and the management of cultural heritage.

  • BA Universitat de València, MA Universidad de Jaén

  • BA Universitat de Valencia, MA Universidad de Jaen

  • BA Universitat de València, MA Universidad de Jaén

    Andrés is a specialist in language, linguistics, and computer-assisted language learning. He studied in València and Laén, and spent a year at the Università degli studi di Pisa as an Erasmus Scholar. Since then he has worked as a language educator in schools, businesses, and universities. His many appointments include professorships in Spanish and Catalan at the Université Michel de Montaigne – Bordeaux 3, and at the Escuela Oficial de Idiomas de València.

  • BA Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, MA Universitat de Barcelona, PhD Universitat Pompeu Fabra

    Dr. Rodríguez Cuadrado is a Researcher specializing in dyslexia and dyscalculia at Edge Hill University, and an Associate Tutor at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, where she supervises graduate theses. Her many areas of expertise include bilingualism, language production, language disorders, emotional processing, multisensory integration, and learning projects. Dr. Rodríguez Cuadrado is a decorated academic who was awarded postdoctoral positions to investigate the detection and treatment of learning disabilities at both the Universitat de Barcelona and the Hospital Sant Joan de Déu.

  • BS Southern Connecticut State University, JS Loyola Univeristy School of Law, MS Columbia University

  • BA Autonomous University of Barcelona

  • BA Universitat de Barcelona, MA Escola de Cinema de Barcelona

    Sílvia is an award-winning documentary filmmaker based in Barcelona. She has worked as a screenwriter, photographer, and camerawoman for television, film, and documentaries, and she is also a teacher at both the Escola Projecte and the avant-garde audiovisual cooperative, Connectats. Sílvia's background includes Economics and Literary Theory, and she speaks fluent Spanish, Catalan, English, Portuguese and French.

  • BA, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, MSc, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

    A widely published expert on public health issues specializing in HIV, Malaria, and TB in the developing world, Joan has spent the past eight years juggling academia - he is a frequent lecturer at the Universitat de Barcelona - and working with NGOs in the field. He was Director of the HIV Treatment Working Group in Barcelona from 1997 to 2007.

  • BA Applied Science, Food Science, RMIT University, Australia

  • BSc Universidad de Oviedo, MSc Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, MA, PhD Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

    Dr. Vara gained his PhD with distinction in Humanities. His thesis investigated the philosophical and neuroscientific foundations of temporality during aesthetic perception, with a special focus on the video installations of contemporary artist Bill Viola. Dr. Vara studied biology as an undergraduate. Later he was awarded a prestigious "La Caixa" fellowship to pursue an MSc in neuroscience and then switched disciplines to a master's course on Comparative Studies of Literature, Art, and Thought. He is a member of the Research Group of the Bibliotheca Mystica et Philosophica Alois M. Haas.

  • BSc Universidad de Oviedo, MSc Universidad Santiago de Compostela, MA Universitat Pompeu Fabra

  • BSc Universidad de Oviedo, MSc Universidad Santiago de Compostela, MA Universitat Pompeu Fabra

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  • BA Universidad de Salamanca, MA Universidad de Salamanca

  • BA, PhD University of Salamanca, MLitt University of Saint Andrews

    Dr. Andres-Perez is a Tutor at the University of Salamanca. As a teacher he works principally with graduate-level students conducting research into cultural heritage. His own areas of expertise include art history, iconography, museum curation, and the Roman empire. He regularly conducts field work in archaeological excavations across the world, acts as a consultant for exhibitions and fine art collectors, and edits texts for academic journals. Recently Dr. Andres-Perez won a prestigious FormARTE Fellowship which allowed him to collaborate with the Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, on the mounting and management of several major exhibitions.

  • PhD in History, University of Salamanca, Master in Museum Studies, University of Saint Andrews, Scotland

    Dr. Andres-Perez is an expert in history and history of art, having studied at Saint Andrews and at Oxford in the UK, and in his native home of Salamanca, Spain. He researches late antiquity, iconography, and architecture from the Roman Empire

  • BA Universidad de Sevilla, MA Universidad de Salamanca

    Juan teaches for the Universidad de Salamanc