THSC Upcoming Events
Hilary Term 2018
Saturday 24 February, Wolfson College, Haldane Room, from 7pm: Join us for Losar - the Tibetan New Year Party with Tibetan live music, dancing, and traditional Tibetan food. All are welcome!
Michaelmas Term 2017
Friday 20 October, 7:30pm, Wolfson College, LWA: Film screening of Akong - a Remarkable Life. For information on the film see https://www.facebook.com/AKONGaremarkablelife/
Thursday 2 November, 5pm, Oriental Institute (Pusey Lane): Dr Barbara Gerke will give a presentation on Tibetan medicine
Thursday 9 November, 5pm, Oriental Institute (Puesy Lane): book author Thomas Shor will present his latest book
Thursday 16 November, 6:00pm, Wolfson College, LWA: Aris Lecture in Tibetan and Himalayan Studies. Prof. Per Kvaerne (Oslo): Teach me how to be Gesar's Daughter - Voices of young Tibetan intellectuals in the diaspora. For further information see https://www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/annual-aris-lectures
11 January 2018Journey to Mars
A couple of months ago Akash Trivedi was selected to take part in a two-week expedition as an analogue astronaut to the...6 December 2017Tri-innovate Launch 2018
Got a bright idea? Want to know how to be an innovator and become an entrepreneur? Come to the launch of Tri-Innovate 2018 on Tuesday 23 January...29 November 2017College Auditions
College members who would like to sing, dance, play music, or otherwise perform at Tim Hitchens’ first day as President of Wolfson College are...
Clubs & Societies16 - 16Jan JanAmref Termy MeetingTuesday 16 January -12:30pm to 1:30pm
The Wolfson AMREF Group is informal and friendly, and does not require a great commitment. If you are interested, then please come along to one of their meetings. Meetings are held at 1.30pm on Tuesday of Week 1 each term.Lectures and Seminars16 - 16Jan JanWhat counts as evidence in the Social Sciences?Tuesday 16 January -5:30pm to 6:30pm
Professor Mark Casson (University of Reading) and Professor Marc Ventresca (Wolfson College, Oxford) Social scientists study phenomena in which people play a fundamental role: the economy, law, the internet, Brexit, and so on. People can generally do whatever they like, and so their behaviour is not governed by rules in the same way as the phenomena studied by physicists and chemists. Given this, what kinds of questions can social scientists answer, and how do they do it?Networking16 - 16Jan JanScience Table DinnerTuesday 16 January -6:30pm to 7:30pm
Put away your lab coat and safety specs and come to Wolfson for dinner to meet other Wolfson scientists.