In June Oxford10 hosted our Annual Boat Party on the Thames with the Ivy League young alumni association. The evening was a great success, we even had nice weather for it! In case you haven’t seen them photos can be found here. For those of you who attended try and spot yourselves, and for those who couldn’t make it, this is a good way to see what it was like if you would like to attend next year!
We were honoured to team up with the Department of Physics to run an event marking the Neutrinos exhibition at the sumptuous and Maple Leaf adorned Canada House in Trafalgar Square. Amongst the senior members of the Department present, we were delighted to have a member of the team behind the Physics Nobel Prize 2015 winning discovery of neutrino oscillations.
On Friday 23rd September, join Oxford10 at Bavarian Beerhouse in Old Street for our very own take on one of the world’s great festivals!
Join us for a lovely evening taking in the views over the Thames at our own private bar and terrace at Blackfriars on Saturday 20th August.
End the working week with Oxford10 on 1st July over some delicious food and drink at Ping Pong, St. Paul’s.
The University of Oxford Dept of Physics and Oxford10 invite you on 14th July to a reception featuring those involved in the discovery that earned the Nobel Prize in Physics 2015.
Join us for our next speaker event on 18th May, a talk and discussion with Prof Mungo Wilson of the Said Business School.
On 4th June, Oxford10 and the young alumni organisations of Princeton, Yale, Columbia, Brown, UPenn, Cornell, Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins, Stanford and Cambridge are excited to invite you to a joint Boat Party on board the Golden Jubilee.