Faculty

Our faculty is comprised of Rhodes, Gates, Marshall, and Fulbright scholars; top academics from local universities and acclaimed institutions such as Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, and Columbia; and creative professionals and performers. Each has been chosen for their qualifications and experience, and especially for their love of teaching young people.

Andrea Artz
Studio Art

BS City University of New York, MFA University of Leeds

Andrea is a multimedia artist and writer who lives in London. Her recent solo exhibition, The Forest of Query, was shown at the University of Leeds; and it built on successful solo exhibitions in London, Germany, and Austria. She was recently selected to be a resident artist in 2020 at the prestigious Yucca Valley Material Lab in California. Andrea teaches Oxbridge students Studio Art in Oxford during our academic summer program.

Dr. Jasmine Jagger

BA Cambridge University, MST Oxford University, PHD Cambridge University

Dr. Jasmine Jagger is a former Postdoctoral Researcher and current Stipendiary Lecturer at the Faculty of English and Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. Her research is interested in the energetic bodies of verse and how they behave. She has published articles concerning the overlooked medical contexts of Romantic poetry; lyric poetry in relation to light verse and nonsense; nostalgia in Victorian writing for children; and disorderly modernist verse styles.

Joseph McAulay
Criminology

LLB University of Edinburgh, MSc University of Oxford

Joseph is a doctoral researcher in Criminology at the University of Oxford. He has worked on a number of research projects for the University of Oxford’s Pro Bono Publico free law research clinic as a research assistant. Prior to beginning his doctorate, Joseph completed an MSc in Criminology & Criminal Justice at the Centre for Criminology in Oxford, achieving a rare Distinction. He was also awarded the McClintock Prize in Criminology for achieving the highest mark in a criminological subject.

Lora Uhlig

MA University of Edinburgh - International Relations

Lora Uhlig is currently pursuing an MPhil in Russian and East European Studies at St. Antony's College, Oxford. She is interested in looking at issues of national identity in Russian foreign policy. Lora has also attended The Oxbridge Tradition summer program as a student as part of her academic career.