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The Antonian E-newsletter


March 2018


Dear Antonians,
 
Welcome to this, the e-newsletter for March 2018. Here you will find the latest news from the College, alumni updates, and upcoming events.

We are also bringing you news of our ongoing Telethon campaign. The Telethon is to raise funds for our Antonian Fund - a fund which is exclusively funded by alumni and members like yourself. We also include a list of awardees from Hilary Term. 


We would always appreciate feedback on this e-newsletter, or further updates which we would be happy to share and celebrate on our social media, or include in future bulletins. 

In this issue:
 
Best wishes from Woodstock Road,
 
Martyn Rush
Communications co-ordinator (and MPhil Modern Middle Eastern Studies, '15)
alumni.office@sant.ox.ac.uk

 
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Spring Telethon - an ongoing success

We are very excited to be running our annual Spring Telephone Campaign until 25th March.  We will be calling alumni all over the world to update them on the College’s news, hear about what they’ve been doing since they left College, and to talk to them about our current fundraising priorities.  We have a really keen team of student callers who are looking forward to speaking to as many of their predecessors as possible. 

This year we’re focusing on raising funds to support The Antonian Fund, The Malcolm Deas Fund, and St Antony’s Boat Club.  The Antonian Fund is the main source of student support in College, offering assistance to students for all aspects of their lives, be it by funding travel and research grants (essential when our students are studying places across the globe), through the Warden’s Scholarship, or by fostering new initiatives in College. 

We’re really proud that our students, unlike so many of their peers in other Colleges, have a direct source of funding to help them during their time here.  The Antonian Fund is only possible through the support of our alumni and friends, so we are extremely grateful to you all!  If you would like to consider donating, you can do so by visiting this website

Please accept a huge thank you from me and of course from all our callers, Stephanie, Yassin, Kgaugelo, Charles-Alexis, Hannah, Juliana, Nadia, Linda, and Shuranjeet, for taking the time to speak to us during the campaign!  If you’d like to receive a call but haven’t yet done so, just drop a message to development.officer@sant.ox.ac.uk.

 
Fellows Books

Dr Paul Chaisty, Associate Professor in Russian Government; Professor Nic Cheeseman; Professor Timothy Power, Course Director, Director of the Brazilian Studies Programme; Professor of Latin American Politics, Coalitional Presidentialism in Comparative Perspective

Professor Kalypso Nicolaidis, Professor in International Relations, The Greco-German Affair in the Euro Crisis

Professor Jan Zielonka (Ralf Dahrendorf Fellow, Professor of European Politics) Counter-Revolution: Liberal Europe in Retreat
 
       

Antonian Fund Hilary Term Grants


The College is pleased to announce the awarding of fifteen grants from the Antonian Fund to current members of St Antony's during HilaryTerm. Applicants received funding for projects that look to enhance life at St Antony's and for the creation of new academic initiatives. Grant winners include funding for panel events, conferences, community activism, Mental Health Awareness week, sports clubs and improvements to student life at the College.  
 
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Alumni Books

We are delighted to feature a number of Alumni Books, which have been published as of March 2018. Click here for the full list. 

We are always keen to hear about the fascinating writing our alumni are up to.

If you would like to suggest a publication for featuring in our next e-newsletter (Hilary 2018) or for consideration in our print newsletter (Michaelmas 2018), please email - alumni.office@sant.ox.ac.uk
Alumni Academic Roll of Honour

Our alumni continue to excel in academic pursuits - here is our Academic Roll of Honour as of March 2018.

We'd be delighted to hear of your appointments, elections and promotions.

We will publish another e-newsletter in Trinity 2018, and our next print newsletter of the Antonian arrives in Michaelmas 2018. Send us your updates to alumni.office@sant.ox.ac.uk
There's More In You - Career Updates

Our College motto is 'Plus Est En Vous' - there is more in you - and we always like to hear what great things our alumni have gone into in the world of business, social enterprise, start-ups, journalism, diplomacy and so much more. 

A full list of career updates we received is here
Send us updates from your own career successes here
Antonian Awards and Prizes

A number of our community received awards, prizes and honours this here. Please update us and help us to celebrate your success by letting us know - alumni.office@sant.ox.ac.uk

Please see here for the full list.
Antonians Worldwide 

This is the section for family news and other announcements from our community, as well as Antonian meet-ups and reunions across the globe. Click here for the full list.
Antonian events

Tokyo: 24 March
6.30-9.30pm and the costs are ¥5,000 per person - this will be connected at the dinner.
The Warden, Professor Roger Goodman, will be in attendance. Details.

Seoul: 27 March
7pm-9.30pm and the costs are 38,000 KRW – this will be collected at the dinner.
The dinner venue is: JinJinBaRa at Seocho (진진바라 서초점). Details.

Taipei: 30 March:
7pm-9.30pm and the costs are NY$1500(USD50) per person - this will be collected at the dinner;
At the dinner, the Warden, Professor Roger Goodman, will discuss ‘How Oxford University Restructured for the Twenty-First Century and its Implications for Colleges’. Details.

Beijing: 1 April
7pm-9.30pm and the costs are NY$1500(USD50) per person - this will be collected at the dinner;
At the dinner, the Warden, Professor Roger Goodman, will discuss ‘How Oxford University Restructured for the Twenty-First Century and its Implications for Colleges’. Details.

London: 3 May (House of Lords):
Further details will be announced shortly.

 

St Antony's Boat Club dinners:
Summer Eights Regatta: Wednesday 23 May - Saturday 26 May, with formal dinner on Saturday

 

2018 Oxford University events - Meeting Minds

16 - 18 March: Rome

6-7 April: San Francisco

14-16 September: Oxford

Click here for more information
Antonian Podcasts

Many of our events are recorded and are available as podcasts. 

Some highlights from this term include some excellent talks from our Centres this term. Weekly seminars, conferences and panel events are online, with more being added during the vacation.

Full list of podcasts available here.
Legacy - A gift in your Will
 
By leaving a gift in your Will to St Antony’s , you will allow the College to create scholarships, support our academic activities and maintain and improve our buildings and environment. We have set up the Deakin Society for those who have let us know of their intention to leave a legacy in their will. If you would like to join the Society, receive further information or have a conversation about including St Antony’s in your will, please contact the Development Director at: legacy@sant.ox.ac.uk

Update your Details

We would also like to ensure that we have the right contact details for you in the St Antony's Alumni database so that we can send you The Antonian newsletter, invitations to events and news and activities from the college, as well as to update you on our current fundraising initiatives from time to time.

It would therefore be appreciated if you could take a few minutes to complete our update survey. 

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Privacy and Data

St Antony’s College seeks to maintain a lifelong association with its Antonians. Information on the College’s Alumni database is held securely and confidentially by the Alumni & Development Office for the purpose of effective contact between the College and its Alumni.

It will be used by the Development Office for mailing of College publications, the organisation of events and informing you of fundraising initiatives.  St Antony’s College does not sell or give out data to any third party. If another Antonian wants to contact you we require your consent to pass on your contact details (without consent we will, however, offer to forward single pieces of post or e-mail to you).

However, Alumni email addresses may be given to recognised Alumni societies (Liaison Officers) associated with St Antony's College, so that they can forward you event and reunion invitations. The provision of this data is subject to a confidentiality agreement, signed by St Antony’s Liaison Officers. If you would rather not have your email address shared with St Antony’s Liaison Officers, please write an email to helen.mccombie@sant.ox.ac.uk