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Donations allow a Fine Art student to flourish

Celebrating the fifth anniversary of Balliol’s Historic Collections Centre

Financial performance Capital expenditure Donations towards capital projects

Graduate scholar helps to keep planes in the air



From the Master This is the third year of our Annual Report, and the format we hope is settling down in a way that complements Floreat Domus and the Annual Record. Only a little older than the Report is our Historic Collections Centre, but that as I hope you will agree from the feature is blooming. College finances are stable and our Norrington trend could also be described as stable – both we hope receive useful explanations here. Next year we hope to have exciting news on our plans for more student accommodation around the Master’s Field. Last but certainly not least we highlight the activities of our students, and the ways in which your generosity has helped them. Floreat Domus. Sir Drummond Bone (1968)

Balliol People Indigo in her studio

Your gifts allow a Fine Art student to flourish ‘The JCR feeds my art,’ says Fine Art undergraduate Indigo Wilde. Indigo applied from a state school and, being unfamiliar with Oxford, chose Balliol because of its reputation for being inclusive. People are her inspiration, she says, and the diversity of Balliol students, as well as the hugely active nature of the JCR, drives her art. Indigo describes her work as political art, but all her pieces are very different: usually she bases her art on a theme and allows the theme to guide her. Her focus is primarily on collective and collaborative art (made with multiple artists). Indigo feels that the best thing she has learned at Oxford is that ‘it’s OK to be wrong, as long as you’re willing to try again’, and this has stopped her from being afraid to try new things. Indigo is thriving at Balliol, but would have been ‘living very uncomfortably’, as she puts it, without financial assistance from the College, as her family is not in a position to help her. The help she receives makes all the difference: it gives her the reassurance that she can buy food, books, and the materials necessary for her art and ultimately the completion of her degree. Last year Indigo was LGBT rep; this year she is an Entz Officer. She has set up a film club and tries to involve the JCR in her art by offering art seminars, her way of giving back for all that Oxford and the Balliol community have given her. ‘I’d like to say thank you to all the Old Members who give to Balliol. But it’s more than a thank you: it’s knowing that not only I but also some of my friends simply wouldn’t be here without the donations of alumni – I can’t put it into words.’ Indigo Wilde (2014) Fine Art, Ruskin School of Art


Rajdeep in his lab

‘Rajdeep’s research has the potential for real impact, making embedded software in the everyday technology products that surround us safer and more reliable. I am delighted that he has forged such strong links with industry and has already begun to publish his results. We are fortunate indeed to have had the resources to attract such a talented young computer scientist to Balliol.’ Professor Tom Melham Tutorial Fellow in Computer Science

Graduate scholar helps to keep planes in the air

From top to bottom: Wearing it All Keltoume’s Rooms Love is Not That Hard to Understand

‘Iggy brings a lot to the Ruskin. Her sense of humour and irreverence are valuable assets and it’s a pleasure to talk through her various social experiments. Playing with the structures of the collegiate university, she adopts the various roles of prankster, publisher and project manager to offer projects involving, and examining, the group and the individual and their potential for action. She is always looking for new ways to sneak her activities into the public realm, rather than hiding them in a studio or gallery. I look forward to seeing how her work develops.’ Tom Woolner, Lecturer, The Ruskin School of Art

How do planes stay in the air or cars stay on the road? It’s thanks to the work of people like Rajdeep Mukherjee. For his DPhil in Computer Science, Rajdeep uses mathematics and logic to verify safety-critical systems such as automotive control systems used in cars or aircraft and various traffic control systems. He’s already working with Intel, IBM, and Toyota; when he’s completed his DPhil he hopes to continue to combine academic life with working in industry.

They are enthusiastic, take their studies very seriously but find the time to be involved in a multitude of activities,’ he says. From his interactions with them and the ‘huge exchange of ideas’ he has gained ‘a much more well-rounded knowledge base’ and the confidence to get involved. He represents Balliol on the cricket team; he is the MCR’s IT officer; and he teaches undergraduates and graduates at his department.

Rajdeep wanted to come to Oxford because of the opportunity to pursue a very practical, applied DPhil project that Oxford offered – and because throughout his first degrees at the University of Calcutta and the India Institute of Technology he had been following the work of Professor Tom Melham, Tutorial Fellow in Computer Science at Balliol, and Professor Daniel Kroening of Magdalen College, who are now his supervisors. But Rajdeep’s family could not afford to help him pay the high fees for international students, so life at Oxford would have been very stressful for him, if not impossible – had Balliol not offered him a Jason Hu Scholarship.

‘Attending Balliol would have been next to impossible for me, especially as an international student. But thanks to this scholarship, I’m in the best place in Oxford. Thank you wholeheartedly to the Old Members who have given me this opportunity.’

The scholarship means that without having to worry about money Rajdeep can focus on his studies and put in his best effort. He also benefits from Balliol’s vibrant graduate community. ‘Sitting down for dinner and being surrounded by such a variety of people is immensely stimulating.

Rajdeep Mukherjee (2013) DPhil Computer Science ‘Dr Samuel Yin, a great friend of mine, helped to establish this scholarship. Balliol has been doing a wonderful job administering it. All recipients over the years have made the scholarship alive and meaningful. Mr Mukherjee, the current scholar in particular, makes me exceptionally grateful, as he has been so successful in his work contributing to the safety of land and air travel.’ Jason Hu (1977)




Celebrating the fifth Anniversary of Balliol’s Historic Collections Centre Balliol’s Historic Collections Centre at St Cross Church allows the College to collect, to preserve and to promote its intellectual heritage. It houses many of the College’s special collections: personal papers, College Archives, rare books and medieval manuscripts. Building on the inspiration and dedication of John Jones (1961), the Centre was made possible thanks to the generosity of Balliol alumni and friends, led by the Shirley Foundation and Jon Moynihan (1967). Since it opened in 2011 it has been a hive of activity across many aspects of College life. Drummond Bone (1968) Master

TEACHING & RESEARCH As well as supporting the research of individual students and Fellows, St Cross has increasingly become the place for Tutors to add depth to their teaching. Balliol’s Archivist and Librarians also help researchers visiting from around the world to consult the College’s collections, supporting projects on subjects as diverse as the posthumous reputation of Edward IV and Richard III, polo playing in India, and humorous indexes in 18th-century travel guides. Dr Daniel Tyler, Lecturer in English Classes at St Cross have become a fixture in the teaching calendar for English students. One of the most exciting artefacts is the book of written testimonies to a 17th-century Italian murder trial that inspired Browning’s long dramatic poem The Ring and the Book (1868–9). Browning asks his reader, ‘Do you see this square old yellow Book, I toss | I’ the air, and catch again, and twirl about | By the crumpled vellum covers...?’ Balliol students are uniquely able to answer in the affirmative, though they are exhorted to handle the book with more care than that professed by the poet. Lucy Rayfield (2013), DPhil Medieval and Modern Languages The Historic Collections Centre is one of my favourite things about Balliol. I mainly work on Renaissance theatre in France and Italy, and despite being rather a niche subject, there is abundant material at the Centre which greatly benefits my research. I was, for instance, able to consult a rare 1582 edition of Giordano Bruno’s Il Candelaio, which ended up forming a central part of my first thesis chapter. Without access to this manuscript, I would never have been able to make the same discoveries!

THE COLLECTIONS Professor Seamus Perry, Professor of English Literature, Chair of English Faculty, Massey Fellow, Tutor in English and Fellow Librarian Balliol has long cared for a truly remarkable collection of rare and early printed books, manuscripts, and other papers. Most of the large medieval holding within our collections is what remains of the original College Library. The more modern papers are typically here thanks to a specifically Balliol connection: we hold the most important gathering of verse manuscripts by the Victorian poet Robert Browning because Browning loved the College. Such gifts have been supplemented by strategic purchases, but I always think it is moving that so many of the extraordinary items for which we care are themselves the remnants of our extremely long history as an institution and place of learning.




Anna Sander, Archivist Archives and library staff now welcome about 100 researchers and close to 1,000 visitors to St Cross each year, but its success is not in numbers alone: the collections are better housed, cared for, and used by Balliol people and wider audiences, in person and remotely, than ever.

Kate Kettle (2007), The David Freeman Outreach and Student Support Officer I regularly invite visiting school groups to use the collections at St Cross, as the Centre offers prospective applicants the chance to see and handle original sources and manuscripts, as well as an insight into what academic research is, and how they can share in it.

In addition to improving core functions of collection care and supporting teaching and research in the College, University and beyond, St Cross provides a space to extend opportunities to school groups through access and outreach activities, and to the wider community through public talks, open days and exhibitions. Staff also offer work experience to students exploring careers in academia, archives and libraries. St Cross has become the home of a unique service, providing and supporting research, education and inspiration under one roof.

School groups love coming to St Cross. As one impressed 10-year-old wrote: “It is like a myth library”.

DID YOU KNOW? St Cross hosts two major public exhibitions each year and two public talks on the collections each term.

A DONOR’S VIEW Neil Record (1972) I can’t believe it is five years since Balliol celebrated the opening of the Balliol Historic Collections Centre. I was impressed by the quality and beauty of the conversion of the church to an archive centre – sensitive and delicate but undoubtedly modern.

Climate-controlled storage in the church allows the College to continue to build its collections knowing that they can be curated for posterity.

I was inspired to make two gifts to the Centre. The first was to the physical refurbishment of St Cross. The second was to help Balliol acquire a substantial collection of personal letters and other historical artefacts from the estate of Josephine Reid, Graham Greene’s long-term secretary. This is now called the Cherry Record Collection – named after my mother, a literary type and long-time teacher of Greene’s books to A-level students!

THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS Our immense gratitude goes to the donors who made this project possible. Long years of devoted custodianship have come to a flourishing in this handsome building, at once ancient and modern, like the College of which it is proudly a part. The St Cross Centre has transformed the sort of things we can do with the collections in its first five years, and promises to continue to enable great work for the years to come. Thank you. Seamus Perry

I take immense personal and professional pride in the enjoyment of learning that I see in the diverse groups that visit Balliol’s Historic Collections Centre. I would like to thank all those who contributed to the St Cross project. Your generosity has made possible this magnificent contribution to College life. Naomi Tiley, Librarian




The Difference you Made The gifts and bequests of Old Members and friends have an impact in the College each day. Only with your help can Balliol continue to invest so widely in student support, providing scholarships and bursaries to the most talented students, regardless of their backgrounds, and an outstanding academic environment with leading tutors to guide and challenge them. It is also thanks to the generosity of so many of you that we can provide for sports and other extra-curricular activities which enrich College life and foster our ethos of social responsibility, all while maintaining our beautiful historic buildings and grounds and improving our facilities for future generations. Here are some highlights from the past year from across the major areas of College life which you support.

1 graduate won

1 graduate was part of

the Newdigate Prize for Poetry

the Oxford Women’s handball team which won bronze in British University Handball Clubs championships

2 plays and

1 garden party


1 graduate rowed

Anniversary of the MCR

stroke in the first women’s boat race held on the Tideway, in which Oxford beat Cambridge



of new graduate scholarship awards made



of graduate bursaries awarded


1,203 research enquiries


graduate led Oxford to victory in the 126th Varsity golf match

1,467 visitors

750 letters and



other archival items printed and books by and about Graham Greene acquired




Tutorial Fellows won Recognition of Distinction awards to the title of Professor

12 concerts 1 boxer named

by more than leading performers

1 Fellow won


the Philip Leverhulme Prize

the BUCS Boxing Novice Woman’s Champion


and staff from BCWBC won Blades at Torpids


one of ten New Generation Thinkers 2015 by the BBC R3 and AHRC



undergraduates were awarded First Class degrees

Most Acclaimed Lecturer category at the OUSU Teaching Awards

1 JRF was announced

Musical Society

8 students

1 lecturer won the



books donated

3rd most popular college


outreach events

11 applications to Balliol from the English Taster Day

new books purchased



increase in applications



Oxford Preservation Trust Award for the cleaning of the stone work on Magdalen Street

5 staircases, 76 rooms, 1 student bar, 3 disabled loos


and disabled room refurbished

Student facilities

Scholarships, bursaries and grants




visitors came to Open Days

Hardship Loans allocated

600 wireless


access points installed

57 Junior

Maintenance Grants provided

Graduate Bursaries given


Hardship Grants distributed


Graduate Scholarships awarded




College Finances 2014/15 Financial performance Total income Endowment, including income from past endowment gifts and bequests 14% Donations & legacies


Student fees


College residential






Total expenditure Tuition & research


College residential & catering


Conferences residential & catering


Alumni relationships & fundraising




The outcome for 2014/15 represents a tenth successive surplus for the College and reflects the strategy to build new sources of operating income. Total income from all activities including donations was £12.45m. Expenditure, at £10.81m, reflected our typical composition of costs, with increased expenditure for the Kitchen renovations and other investment in infrastructure. New capital donations of £2.2m are to be transferred to the endowment. Overall expenditure has been carefully managed. The critical test for Balliol’s financial stability is the relationship between the patterns of income and expenditure, and these are currently in satisfactory balance. The figures in the charts to the left are extracted from the College’s statutory audited financial statements for the year 2014/15, which were approved by Governing Body on 7 December 2015. They show that the ongoing generous support of Balliol’s donors is crucial if the College is to continue to build its endowment whilst achieving many of its academic and operational objectives now and in the future.

Endowment update The value of the College’s endowment funds stood at £91.9m as at 31 July 2015, up £11.7m from one year ago on a like-for-like basis. Over the 12 months to 31 July 2015 the investments performed well in excess of benchmark returns, with a total return after expenses of 12.3%.

Portfolio breakdown by asset class Listed equity




Fixed income




Absolute return


Hedge funds




Several of our holdings made positive contributions. Our diversified asset managers, Oxford University Endowment Management and Partners Capital, provided solid returns with reduced market risks. Private equity holdings have also been a key feature of the College’s investment returns in recent years. As these positions are continuing to mature we anticipate further positive returns in the coming years. Our property investments in the Charities Property Fund returned 15.6% and as the College has no external property portfolio, this holding provides us with exposure to this asset class. Balliol’s exposure to US and developed market equities, and a modest exposure to unhedged US dollar positions, also added to the investment performance.

The improvements in Balliol’s underlying financial condition have provided scope to be more prudent with expenditure taken from the endowment, and the College has reduced its spending rule, based on a four-year rolling average of endowment value, to a drawdown of 3.75%. We believe this will promote sustainability and intergenerational equity for future students and Fellows. In 2014 Balliol commissioned a review of its investment strategy, portfolio allocation, and fund manager performance by Lane Clark & Peacock, a leading charity investment consulting firm. Their advice was to continue our risk-averse posture, and to build further the College’s exposure to property, diversified assets and absolute return positions. The Investment Committee believes that an independent review of College’s investment policy will promote informed decisions when investing Balliol’s assets, and plans to hold such reviews every 3–4 years.


Donations towards capital projects enable Balliol to invest in its future In 2014 a major refurbishment was undertaken of the College Kitchen, last upgraded during the 1960s, a project completed on time and to our budget of £3.8m. This investment has delivered a modern facility for the College that will allow us to serve our students, Fellows and Old Members well for many decades, and which has become a safer, more productive and creative environment. The project has reduced cooking times, has improved

Over the last decade the College has invested gifts and bequests from Old Members towards capital projects and refurbishments which provide for the future of our academic community. Increasingly, the College has sought to make the most of these investments, especially during the long vacation, by growing our income from conferences, functions and banqueting. During the last ten years, these new sources of income have increased by over 400%.

‘Although Balliol has achieved a series of improved financial out-turns, together with retention of surpluses in the reserves and transferred to the endowment, it has significant future capital commitments to support teaching and research and a programme of expenditure to maintain and renew its buildings. Academic and student support expenditure are our most significant costs and far exceed the income the College receives from student fees. Notwithstanding these challenges, the College will continue to manage its sources of income effectively, invest its endowment carefully and manage its costs efficiently in order to generate the positive long-term cash flows needed to ensure its pre-eminent position.’ Dick Collier, Finance Bursar

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efficiency and consistency when cooking for large groups of people, and has provided a lift for disabled access into the Hall. All surplus income from conferences and banqueting is invested for the benefit of our students and Fellows, making the most of support from Old Members whose gifts have helped us to maintain and improve our estates and facilities.

‘In 2009, Balliol’s income from conferences stood at 26th amongst all colleges; in the current year we are 7th and have been in the top 10 for the last four years. Credit for this huge improvement must go to our housekeeping, lodge and catering teams, the Conference and Events Manager, and of course our Domestic Bursar, who have worked exceptionally hard to deliver this significant new income to Balliol; they have made the most of the College’s investments in capital projects and refurbishment of our facilities, which benefit our students and Fellows first and foremost.’ Dick Collier, Finance Bursar

Norrington Table success In 2015 Balliol had its best set of exam results for seven years, putting us in fourth place in the Norrington Table, a comparative ranking of all the colleges’ exam performance. In recent years the strongest exam results have usually been obtained by the colleges with the greatest financial resources, so it’s very good news that we’ve managed to do so well. We shouldn’t rest on our laurels: the Norrington Table can fluctuate a lot from year to year, and more importantly, our goal is academic excellence across the board and can’t be too focused on a single number. But last year’s results are a real triumph for our students – helped, we like to think, by great teaching through the unique tutorial system – and we hope they’re a sign of things to come. Professor David Wallace, Clarendon University Lecturer and Tutor in Philosophy, Professor of the Philosophy of Physics and Vice-Master (Academic)



Balliol’s Benefactors We extend our most profound gratitude to alumni and friends of Balliol who have made donations and given generously of their time throughout the year. We also thank those of you who wish to remain anonymous. We are particularly grateful to our most loyal benefactors, who choose to support us on a regular basis. Below are listed all donors who have made gifts of all sizes during the period 1 January to 31 December 2015. The percentages indicate the proportion of regular supporters in the year. *indicates deceased

1938–1949 (72% regular)

Alan Brown Evan Cameron John Davey David Dell Professor Norman Doenges John Dunbar Lord Elgin Sir Matthew Farrer Otto Fisher David Foster Norman Franklin Professor John Fraser The Revd David Gardner Edward Gelles Colin Haines William Haines Peter Higgins Thomas Huxley Richard Jameson Sir Charles Jessel Bt Leon Kitchen John Lee Jim Lindars Kenneth Matthews Sir Ronald McIntosh James Michelmore * Professor Donald Michie * Emeritus Professor Leonard Minkes Gordon J Munro Derek Nightingale Michael Pilch Neil Rees Professor Melvin Richter Professor Ivan Roitt Warren Rovetch Leslie Russell John Sands Lionel Scott Harold Seaman Ronald Siddons John Sparrow Keith Stephens Emeritus Professor John Stewart Sir Jack Stewart-Clark Bt The Rt Hon the Lord Taverne Jasper Tomlinson Michael Walker The Revd Canon Raymond Walters The Revd Canon Whittam

John Williams J. Trevor Wilson And 2 anonymous donors

1950 (67% regular) Peter Eggington The Rt Hon Lord Hutton Trevor Knight John Mallet Weland Stone And 1 anonymous donor

1951 (90% regular) David Boll Peter Cornall Philip Creighton Alan Dowding Fred Fishburn Martin Foley John Graham Michael Hell Mr Justice James Hugessen OC Brian Knox David Miller Colonel Andrew Remson Jr Professor Don Sherburne John Smith His Honour Clive Tayler Barry Taylor James Taylor Raymond Wirth Stephen Younger And 1 anonymous donor

1952 (73% regular) Hugh Barber Professor Michael Bennett David Burditt Kenneth Cavander Diarmid Cross Michael Crump Brian Davidson Nick Dewey Derek Dominey James Fairfax James Jensen Rodney Leach Sir Richard Lloyd Jones

Professor Ian Macdonald Sir Geoffrey Owen John Poole Colin Simpson Alan Spencer Professor Charles Taylor Sir Keith Thomas And 2 anonymous donors

1953 (68% regular) Lord Brooke of Sutton Mandeville Derek Clements Tom Devas Richard Jackson Robert Kernohan Angus McDougall Neville McFarlane James Miller Francis Nichols * Donald Rickerd Professor Sir Christopher Ricks FBA Gavin Scott Stephen Stamas Professor John Stephenson John Stoker David Watson And 3 anonymous donors

1954 (71% regular) Robin Benson David Brooks Professor David Chandler Colin Clements Eric Crook Ray Downing Rob English Jeremy Eyre Colin Finn Ralph Homer Sir Colin Imray Denis Langton Peter LeVay Lawrence John Littler Brian Marshall Leif Mills The Revd John Morris Norman Pilkington Senator Paul Sarbanes Geoffrey Slater John Watt Christopher White

John Wilson And 1 anonymous donor

1955 (86% regular) Nigel Bacon Denis Cross Professor Jack Dennis Christopher Fildes Frank Foster Sir Peter Gregson * Eric Hopkinson Alexander HopkinsonWoolley David Killick Professor Sir Anthony Leggett Joseph Lehrer Alan Mayhook Professor John Pratt His Honour Edward Slinger Hedrick Smith Professor Paul Smith Jeffrey Stanyer Robin Sternberg Professor Gilbert Strang William Wilkie

1956 (70% regular) Professor Sir George Alberti John Cochrane Malcolm Fluendy Nicholas Hughes Bryan Lincoln Nigel May Professor Ved Mehta Steffen Riisager Christopher Riley John Sankey Peter Scott Mansel Squire John Stabler Jeremy Syers Richard Sykes Tom Ulrich Professor Michael Warren Roger Waterhouse And 2 anonymous donors

1957 (76% regular) John Bazalgette Gerald Bevan Iain Brash

Sir Henry Brooke Ninian Eadie Tony Hillier Anthony Hodson Roger Jefferies David Kingston Patrick Montague Robert Morris Robin Newson David Pharoah Ronald Pritchard Robert Sheehan Jeffery Sherwin Stuart Spence Martin Vasey Professor Peter Wiseman Jack Wofford Paul Zador And 4 anonymous donors

1958 (72% regular) Richard Abbott Colin Alexander Jonathan Allison Kamal Uddin Azfar Martin Biggs David Blakely Richard Cann John Crow Philip Danby Philip Daubeney Howard Davies Tony Dignum Rodney Donaldson Emeritus Professor Ian Douglas Diarmaid DouglasHamilton Peter Evans Professor Alexander Fetter Christopher Gomm Laurence Gretton Stewart Hawkins Ray Jennings Clive Jordan The Revd Paul King Nicholas Kuhn Tony Lane Henry Lloyd Kerin Lloyd Sir Bruce MacPhail Professor Euan Macphail Moni Malhoutra Donald Marshall Professor Roderick Martin

Dermot McDermott Gary Noble Geoffrey RedmanBrown David Robson Robert Shaw Professor Jarle Simensen John Smith Mark Smith Peter Snow Professor Christopher Taylor Charles Tyzack Peter Usborne Barry Winkleman And 2 anonymous donors

1959 (81% regular) Mark Bewsher Martin Brett Peter Buckman David Davies Roy Dennett Rodney George Lord Gowrie Frederick Herlihy David Hutton Christopher Jones The Rt Hon Sir David Keene Jeremy Minns Howard Northam Professor John Peel * Professor Richard Rubenstein Donald Shaw Stuart Swift Colin Wyman And 3 anonymous donors

1960 (66% regular) Timothy Ades Professor Robert Ashman Peter Bleasby Peter Brice John Colligan Professor Derrick Crothers Robert Dyson Professor David Evans Les Fixter Mike Fox Edward Fremantle David Gordon


Professor Keith Griffin Chris Gutch Trevor Hanslip George Herrick Stephen Hodge John Kentleton Peter Lawton John Lewis Bill Miller Matthew Nimetz Michael Parsons Professor Thomas PlattsMills Peter Read The Revd John Tarrant Nick Vanston Lawrence Warwick-Evans Ian Watson Robert Wilson And 2 anonymous donors

1961 (87% regular) Aslam Aziz Professor Gregory Brandt Robin Briggs Professor Des ClarkWalker Geoffrey Clements Bruce Coller Thomas Cookson Lord Selkirk of Douglas Professor Mark Franklin Andrew Hallan David Jonathan Christopher Joseph Professor David Kirk Frederic Kreisler Sir Gordon Langley Lachie Mackintosh James Macmillan Neil McQueen David Mills Professor Patrick Minford Richard Morris Sir Adam Ridley Doug Rosenthal Nick Scholfield Robert Sleeper Peter Smith Ray Thorp David Wickham Noel Younger And 1 anonymous donor

1962 (88% regular) John Adams Professor John Beckman Hugh Beevor Roger Betts Alexander Bierrum Eric Bodger Reid Chambers John Cookson Alan Fender Paul Findlay Robert Guy Geoffrey Harrison

Professor Alan Henrikson Peter Hirst Alan James Chris Jelley Gordon Jenkins Professor Sir Andrew Likierman Edward Lindsell John Mallinson Graham Massey Eamon McKeown Anthony Metcalfe Ed Miller Peter Miller Derek Minor Humphrey Morison Mike Morris Edward Mortimer Jeremy Oliver Richard Parker David Pugsley Philip Spender Euan Sutherland Jim Townend Clive Tucker Roger Whitehouse Professor the Hon Robin Wilson Professor Gerald Wright And 2 anonymous donors

1963 (74% regular) Philip Bishop The Hon David Boren Professor Russell Bryant David Chalmers Professor Brian Cosgrove Mohamad Fazal Richard Fletcher Robin Gilbert John Hamwee Charles Hope Gordon Howie Muhammad Ishaq Sir Richard Lambert Roger Lewis Jan Libourel John Nicoll Ian Nimmo-Smith George Peterson Professor Michael Player Walter Slocombe Harley Smyth Paul Swain Michael Swanwick Richard Tatlow Major General Charles Vyvyan Dave Wiltshire Joe Wood And 4 anonymous donors

1964 (87% regular) Jeffrey Branch Donald Brand Professor Alexander Broadie

Philip Burns Professor Charles Burroughs Colonel Michael Craster Stephen Crew Bowman Cutter Jonathan Davies Professor Matthew Dickie Richard Fildes The Revd Hamish Fullerton Sandy Gray Professor Edwin Hartman Timothy Heyman Morton Kahan Tony Kahane David Long Professor David Lutzer Andrew Mayes Christopher Moxon Sean Neill Kenneth Picton Paul Pressly The Hon Jed Rakoff Jim Rogers Charles Thacker Bruce Thomas Richard Weyman And 2 anonymous donors

1965 (71% regular) Guy Aston Professor Roger Cashmore Emeritus Professor Paul Crittenden Demosthenes Dirmikis Bill Drayton Professor Anthony Dugdale Ron Fairweather Alan Gayer Phillip Gordon Richard Harrison Robin Hartley Roy Hay Stan Hogg Nicholas Hope Alan Kaye Geoff King Michael Levene Gordon Littlewood Stephen McCarthy Ian Mertling-Blake Professor Robert Munford Hubert Murray Malcolm Naylor Michael Orr Michael Paling Richard Raeburn Bill Rawlinson Berel Rodal Peter Smith Charles Young And 1 anonymous donor

1966 (60% regular) Professor Graham Anderson Professor Charles Baden-Fuller James Bayliss Ronald Berenbeim Stephen Bergman Sir David Bostock Charles Brookes Graham Cooper Stephen Cooper Christopher Currie Irving Epstein Aidan Foster-Carter Ian Glick David Griffith Richard Heller Professor José Hierro Roger Holmes Simon Humphries Martin Kaufman Philip Kendall Stephen Lewis Michael Ling Trevor Milne-Day Philip Minor Professor Akbar Noman Peter Röper Robin Shawyer Nicholas Shrimpton Professor Charles Stewart Jonathan Sunshine Professor Bernard Wasserstein Michael Wylde And 3 anonymous donors

1967 (65% regular) Peter Bastow Paul Brown Philip Budgell Pierluigi Ciocca Professor Paul Corner Nigel de Rivaz Professor Alan Forrest Oliver Franklin David Gowan Christopher Grayson David Hooper Brendan Horton Ian Ibbotson Bob Kennedy Julian Le Fanu Jonathan Long Anthony Lynch Daniel McNamee Jon Moynihan Stuart Murray Roy Pinkerton Professor Todd Rakoff Steve Schaffran Professor Daniel Shapiro Anthony Sheppard Martin Smith Richard Stones Eddie Teo

Nicholas Thacher Charles White And 1 anonymous donor

1968 (77% regular) Robin Ashton Jonathan Bayly Sir William Blair Sir Drummond Bone Nicholas Burnett Professor Terrell Carver Peter Cooper Michael Crane James Crawford Roger Digby Chris Dunabin Miles Emley Professor James Fawcett Paul Frith David Gartside Professor David Gowland Roger Harrison Professor Peter Hayes Professor John Horne Peter Hutchinson Philip Kay David Keane David Lowe Alan MacDermot David Merrick William Outhwaite Peter Pope Karel Riha David Satter Michael Shea David Sheraton Philip Simison The Hon Richard Stearns Julian Stubbs Nicola Tee Professor Nigel Thomas Professor David Ulph Thomas Williamson Peter Yearwood And 4 anonymous donors

1969 (65% regular) Tom Brown Patrick Casement Ian Clark Professor N. John Cooper Gérard Coulombe Ian Davis John Dewhurst Michael Donithorn Robert Eales Geoffrey Ellis Professor Joseph Femia Paul Futcher Ian Gass Peter Gavan Sir Josslyn GoreBooth Bt Charles Harmon Professor Richard Healey

Sir John Holmes Daniel Jessel Murat Kudat Robert Lucas Mark MacDermot Professor John Maier Nicholas Mansergh Keith McGeoch Sir Julian Priestley The Hon Bob Rae Professor Peter Skegg CNZM Mohssen Sobhani Michael Stewart Peter Taylor François Thérien John Turnbull Fred West Professor David Williams And 5 anonymous donors

1970 (85% regular) Robin Aaronson Professor Hagan Bayley Richard Boohan Alan Bramley Robert Brown Gordon Cockburn Professor Russell Davies Logan Delany Neil Ellwood Roger Fellows Professor Martin Gibling Judge Francis Goddard Peter Grebenik Eric Hanson Sir Launcelot Henderson Michael Hodges Andrew Johnson David Jones Edward Jones Professor Craig Joyce Professor Ronald King Julian Lewis Andrew Lincoln Malcolm Livingstone John Lund Philip Mansel Paul McCormick HE Philip McDonagh Anthony Millard Richard Parry Michael Reid Richard Salter Peter Stacey David Vernon-Jones Paul Viita Professor Michael Watson Caleb Watts Mark Whitlock Blundell And 2 anonymous donors

1971 (72% regular) Désiré Basset Guy Chapman Andrew Chedburn Peter Clarke Douglas Clinton


Andrew Craig Simon Davies John Dear Andrew Foster Charles Gordon Chris Hardy John Harper Robin Illingworth Oliver Moore John Nicholson Professor Philip Nord Mark Orkin The Hon Timothy Palmer Paddy Payne Lincoln Rathnam David Rawlings Professor George Rosa Patrick Salisbury John Scott Harbajan Singh Vikram Tanna Emeritus Professor Richard Whitaker Ian Wilson And 1 anonymous donor

1972 (59% regular) Tim Allen John Bowler Stuart Brant Christopher Brickhill Nigel Bryant Stephen Bury Douglas Carter Anthony Chapman John Clark Nigel Clark Anthony Coombs Philip Cubeta Julian Daley Peter Dauncey John Finsaas Martin Fisher Richard Grant Robert Haar Eddie Jenkyns Stanley Jones John Kahn Clifton Leonhardt Peter Lewy Benjamin Lopata HE Bobby McDonagh Robert Mellors Patrick Nealon Kirtikumar Patel Gareth Pearce Dejan Rataj Neil Record Jens Roesner Gerald Sauer Edward Sawbridge Sam Schulman Richard Shaw Sir Nigel Sheinwald Gary Sibley David Simms Anselm Snodgrass Greg Spanier Peter Stephens Andrew Thompson

Andrew Watson And 2 anonymous donors

1973 (94% regular) Arthur Aufses III Hakeem Belo-Osagie Michael Berrisford Brian Blood Andrew Burnham Leo Cahalan Norton Cutler Nicholas Demery Brian Doctor Peter Grant Iain Gray Brian Groom Lawrence Hutter Alan Jones Stephen S Jones Stephen W Jones * Tim Middleton Roy Niven Tom Palley John Scampion Matthew Simon Peter Sowden Neil Stuart Kevin Tibble The Revd Nigel Warner Laurence Weeks Stephen West Neil Williamson Philip Wood James Yorke Douglas Young

1974 (69% regular) Michael Betterton Professor Hugh Bradlow John Brook Miles Burgess Howard Cook John Foley Professor Graeme Forbes Michael Gough * John Hamilton Tim Hardy Martin Harris Duncan Harvey Professor John Helliwell Peter Holdsworth Neville Jennings Rudi Kalveks Professor David Kennedy Martin Kochanski Mark Little Anthony Markham Professor David Murray Richard Pardy Tony Pullinger Sir Sebastian Roberts Mark Roe Andrew Sharp Professor Ramaswamy Sudarshan Simon Ward And 1 anonymous donor

1975 (74% regular) Tim Boardman The Revd Michael Cullinan Andrew Easdale Paul Edwards John Firth Alban Gordon Edward Gore Roger Gray Stephen Grosz Stuart Jamieson Mark Jones Bernard Keating Professor Michael Landesmann Stephen Moss David Norman Raymond Petit Julian Powe David Railton John Ralfe Professor Michael Sandel Alvise Sartori Anthony Teasdale Paul Thompson Carson Wen Mike Williams Peter Wood And 1 anonymous donor

1976 (63% regular) Peter Andrews Gordon Barthos Ian Bird Stephen Bradley Gary Calder Russell Campbell Professor William Ewald Jeremy Fish Professor Jeremy Frey Robert Griffiths Russell Harris Dimitri Kullmann Guy Marley Alan Murdoch James Ogilvie David Rossington Professor Tom Schwartz Stephen Shuttleworth Bill Tonks Tjalling Ypma And 4 anonymous donors

1977 (80% regular) Philip Baker James Barker Professor Andrew Black Phil Boydell David Christie Charles Cory-Wright David Crook Professor Huw Dixon Francis Dodds John Dunleavy Andrew Exley Richard Gillis Jim Hawkins

Professor Kevin Hoover Mark Hopwood Jason Hu Neil Johnston Richard Jones Jeremy Kimber William Lobb Christopher Lord Neil Macdonald Jeremy Mayhew Anthony Mbewu Stephen Minter David Nelson Simon Orme Ian Pearson Chris Start Simon Taylor David Torrens Stuart Urban Ernst von Weyhausen Michael Wainwright Martin Walker Richard Walker John Whiston Professor Stephen White Ian Williams John Winters And 4 anonymous donors

1978 (73% regular) Witek Biskupski Roger Bleaney Carter Brandon Marty Burn Charles Collyns Andrew Curry Tom David HE Christopher Dell Tom Elliott Graham Fife Richard Fisher Nick Gillham Walter Greenblatt Kenneth Greig Harald Hamley Phil Hare Professor Stephen Harrison Richard Hooker Robert Lewton Mark Mainwaring Edward McCabe Nicholas Prettejohn Dominic Prior The Rt Hon Lord Reed Tom Reid James Shaffery Barney Wainwright Robert Wardle Christopher Whitehouse Michael Wilcockson The Rt Revd Alan Wilson And 2 anonymous donors

1979 (80% regular) Simon Auerbach Rod Batchelor Clive Baxter Margaret Biswas

Nigel Brady Nicholas Brann Roger Burkhardt Louise Collins Robert Crocker Catharine Driver Andrew Evans Warwick Fairfax Nigel Hall Ian Harnett Nicola Horlick Helen Lawrence Jost Leuschner Professor Philip Maini Tim Masterton Drummond Miles Tom Minney Daniel Nanavati Hilali Noordeen Katy Ricks Paul Shotton David Small Debbie Smith The Revd Dr Stephen Spencer Josh Windsor Professor Martin Zirnbauer And 5 anonymous donors

Professor Arthur Burns Martin Dale Joy Digan Professor Daniel Esty David Foster Lucy Fox Andrew Freeman Peter Gulliford Brian Hall Wayne Henderson Mark Hume Paul Jenkins Professor Dame Frances Kirwan Anna-Rose Landes Beverly Lemire Shawn Lockery Matthew Lynn Howard Marriage Glenn Moramarco Andrew Mosely Christian Roby Mark Storey Peter Tron Jonathan Vernon David Waller Richard Williams Gordon Willoughby And 3 anonymous donors

1980 (74% regular)

1982 (75% regular)

Alison Bertlin Raji Davenport Professor Peter Donnelly Rory Durkin Sally Fabre Christopher Gallop Ian Gambles Matthew Hamlyn Sara Harnett Mark Hudson Timon Hughes-Davies Samantha KazarinovHawk Philip Kolvin Ronald Lee Cha-May Loh Stephen Maher Paul Mason Andrew Morgan James Nye Stephen Pan Julius Parker Professor Denise RĂŠaume David Reid Catherine Roe Jonathan Scherer Professor Adam Schulman Adam Shuttleworth Professor Duncan Tate Duncan Taylor Peter Telford And 5 anonymous donors

Peter Batty Jeremy Cohn Susan Cooksley Piers Daubeney Richard Davey David Drysdale Robert Fraser Timothy Galpin Professor Olav Gjelsvik Lucy Goodhart Lawrence Gray Abigail Hafer Hilary Haworth Rupert Holderness Yolanda Holderness Andrew Keyser Yung Kong Andrew Marshall Hazel Mills Clare Moriarty David Mottershead Mitch Preston Michael Reed Justin Rushbrooke Flash Sheridan Matthew Taylor Dunstan Vavasour And 5 anonymous donors

1981 (67% regular) Richard Barnett Matthew Barrett Susan Billington Harper

1983 (80% regular) Anna Armitage Christopher Armitage Professor David Bakhurst Donald Bollella Thomas Cabot Justin Carter Ravindra Chetty Daniel Cohen


Charles Conn Douglas Craig Julia Daly Timothy Davenport Michele Deitch Professor Michèle Flournoy David Footitt Bridget Fox Paul Fox Liz Gaere Charles Garland John Griffiths David Hawkins Sophie Jackson John James Boris Johnson John Lazar Brian Lewis Barney Mayhew Toby Miller Alexander Morris Gunthard Mueller Mark Peters Professor Murray Pittock Stephen Rabinowitz Beverley Robertson Professor Richard Susskind Professor Christine Sypnowich Stuart Weeks David Witty Fiona Witty And 1 anonymous donor

Stuart Shilson Richard Stamper Simon Stevens Martin Thoma Amanda Tilney-Bassett George Vayakis And 2 anonymous donors

1984 (85% regular)

1986 (79% regular)

Nada Al-Nashif Leon Bennun Phil Bird HE Donald Bobiash Jonathan Brooke Jane Crossley Nora Cutcliffe Professor Owen Darbishire Tom de Waal Richard Dewdney Lance Ellison Claire Foster-Gilbert John Friedman Anthony Frieze John Gardner Gary Gibbon Alastair Giffin Daniel Gordon William Guttman Thomas Hirschfeld Christina Janoszka Reyahn King Kenneth Lapatin Alex Mason Professor Cheryl Misak Hunter Monroe Yoshi Nishio Nicola Peters Bernard Robinson Professor Steven Schneider David Shaw Christopher Shell

Eleanor Baker Alastair Bellany Charles Benett Sebastian Boyd Clare Brown Adam Bruce Kyren Burns Michelle Cale Alasdair Cross Andrew Davis Adam Deacock Jasmine Dellal Adam Duthie Ian Fox David France Duncan Greatwood Neil Gregory Caroline Hampstead Jonathan Histed Emma Hollick Michael Jones Janet Kentridge Alex King Professor Peter Kronheimer Professor Matthew Leigh Gillian Marshall Ian Metcalf Edward Morgan Mark Neale Alistair Orr Martin Rackstraw Jeffrey Rosen Michael Sarbanes

1985 (84% regular) Jonathan Allis Vaughan Clark Adrian Darbishire Jacques Fade William Gnam Kenneth Hamilton Jason Hubert Karlsefne Huggett Professor Ahuvia Kahane Anne Kiltie Geoffrey Klineberg Halik Kochanski James Leach Giuseppe Liscio Richard Locke Lisa Lodwick Ned Mersey Hugh Powell Ajax Scott Philip Sterling Wah-Piow Tan Ronald Tenpas Daniel Terkla And 2 anonymous donors

Giles Slinger Simon Smart Andy Smith Luke Walton Chris Ward Jeremy Watson David Zilkha And 2 anonymous donors

1987 (76% regular) Ignacio Barandiaran Patrick Blakesley Nick Brooke Adam Brown Simon Chapman Stephen Cotter Professor Michele Gamburd Carl Garland Gregory Jones Helen Kenny Ramani Langley Bill Lipscomb Arthur Moore Julian Mylchreest Zia Haider Rahman Vicki Reeve Stuart Reynolds Stephen Smith Chris Tomlinson Andrew Wallace Lucy Ward Paul Williams And 3 anonymous donors

1988 (86% regular) Nolis Arkoulakis Kit Bingham Georgia Cerillo Leonard Cohen Alexander Dreier Simon Fuge Ann Gerrard Matthew Jones Chesters Adam Joy Henry King Russ Muirhead Fiona Mylchreest Paul Nix Sam Pearson James Rattue Matthew Saal Shukri Souri Terry Stiastny Christy Swords Richard Thompson Lucinda Turck Ralph Walmsley Julian Wellesley And 5 anonymous donors

1989 (76% regular) Siân Alexander George Alexandrakis Vicky Buffery Nigel Butterworth Rebecca Crouch

Andrew Forbes Price Kerfoot Peter Levine David Lewis Clarence Liu Nuria Martinez-Alier Michael McCullough Anthony McReavy Rory Pope Piers Ricketts Justin Scott Despo Speel John Taylor The Hon Jonathan Walker Ed Welsh Paul Ziche And 4 anonymous donors

1990 (68% regular) Andrew Aldwinckle Bristi Basu Joanne Benbrook Christopher Brown Anna Chilczuk Adrian Elliott Robin Francis Nicholas Greenacre Sean Houlihane Laura Hoyano Emmanuel Kattan Barry MacEvoy Anne Mackenzie Stephen Preece Nicole Sandells Peter Sarris Adam Schussheim Howard Smith Sara Smith Kitty Stewart Andrew York And 1 anonymous donor

1991 (76% regular) Khairoun Abji Jonathan Adkin Tina Bennett Rod Burns Lindy Cameron Adam Constable Alexander Cooper Michael Etherton Mark Falcon Christopher Fermor Christian Gantz Chris Harris Michael Holmes Alex Johnson John Masters William McDonnell Andy Morris Roland Nash Eleanor Naughten Ewan Nettleton Paul Newman Reuben Pandey Todd Peterson Gerard Russell John Sandhu

Say Beng Tan Dusan Uhrin Vanessa Welsh Adam Zoia Rashid Zuberi And 4 anonymous donors

1992 (77% regular) Mark Bearn Philip Carney Danny Chapman Benjamin Dalby Melanie Davis Mike Doherty Ben Ebert Lucy Grierson Simon Holloway Alisdair Hope Julian Howarth Abdur-Rehman Ismael Mia Paulo Karat Robert Keane Henrik Klagges David Laurie Dan Leedham-Green Raymond Leung Jonathan Lewin Pei-Ji Liang Felix Martin Barnaby Maunder Taylor Christian Mehnert Beatrix Nagyova Sachin Oza Adrian Pay Oliver Pooley Chris Sanders Jonathan Savidge Nick Seccombe William Stenhouse Kurt Strovink Huma Syed Paola Tinti Gareth White And 4 anonymous donors

1993 (85% regular) Rebecca Armstrong Judith Butler Jim Crawfurd Sean CroninNowakowski John Dyke Moritz Freyland John Gillespie Alasdair Hamblin Luke Hatter Jayne Herrick Chris Hooley Suresh Kanwar Annemarie Lellouch Andrew Nicholls Andrew Robertson Robert Sackin John Sargent John Sayers Alison Spencer Stephens Ruju Srivastava Derek Stanwell

Jonathan Tudor Victoria Whitford Robert Wilkinson James Windle And 1 anonymous donor

1994 (91% regular) Jonathan Bays Daniel Bor Mark Chamberlain Jay Dacey Michael d’Arcy Adam Dixon Josh Harlan James Henderson Ali Husain Dennis Kehrberg Edmund King Louise Hutton Stephen O’Brien Andrew Oliver Sneha Patel Rubel Quader Alastair Qualtrough Mathan Satchithananthan Catherine Shaw Richard Smith Torfi Thorhallsson Lucy Toop Josep Turro-Bassols Barnaby Wilson And 8 anonymous donors

1995 (77% regular) Becky Ashton Richard Ashton Luke Bradley-Jones Carolyn Campbell Paul Denning Guy Edsall Ben Evans Philip Haines Neil Herring Barbara Jeffery Sarah Keogh Daniel Magnowski Luke Mansfield Carol McQueen John Oberdiek Fionn Pilbrow Saritha Pilbrow Abigail Purrington Mike Purrington Eugenie Reich Eleanor Richardson Douglas Rogers Matteo Rossetti Mithran Samuel Alexander Samwer Richard Sanderson Alan Thein Roopa Unnikrishnan Jack Walsh Philip Wood Caleb Wright And 4 anonymous donors


1996 (74% regular) Chris Becher James Bickford Smith Oli Bird Marianne Brun-Rovet Michael Campbell Sam Carr Philip Clayton Hugh Clements-Jewery Mark Embree Neeru Garg Charles Goldsmith Iain Gray Eleanor Greenwood Vincent Lim Ben Lynch Adrian McGowan Duncan Randall David Reich David Riseley Saskia Roberts Jenny Robinson Matthew Robinson Simon Robinson Matthew Santer And 3 anonymous donors

1997 (88% regular) Judith Allen Aleksander Askeland The Hon Rosemary Bailey David Buttery Stella Campbell Andrew Chrisomalis David Coulling Neville Eisenberg Thomas Havelock Shashi Jayakumar Sarah Johnson Kirtee Kapoor Aamir Khan Alia Knight Michael Kontaratos Charlotte Leslie Andrej Machacek Barnaby Martin Christopher Nattrass Jade Newburn James Paterson Contessa Dr Letizia PoliPalladini The Hon Robin Walker MP Dominik Zaum And 2 anonymous donors

1998 (81% regular) Michael Birshan Deborah Buttery Victor Campbell Ross Crooke Paul Durban Tom Ford James Gilbert Stuart Hanbury Benjamin Harding Piers Horne

Bojana Ignjatovic Daniel Klusmann Chris Knowland Tomila Lankina Emma Lindsay Sarah Longair Dorota LyszkowskaBecher Dave Pollard Elizabeth Prescott Vanessa Regester Justin Reid Micah Schwartzman Richard Scullion Luke Shepherd Dan Snow Ronald Sofer Peter Trotter Ben Tuppen Rama Veeraragoo And 3 anonymous donors

1999 (72% regular) Mark Annear Anthony Ash Thomas Baranga Christian Barby Laura Birch Chris Davenport Adam Killeya Katharine King Thomas Maloney Johan Martens Sarah Moore Gavin Orde Veronica RodriguezBlanco Beth Shapiro Siddhartha Sivaramakrishnan Edward Swann Mark Thakkar Marina Vickers Vicky Wells Harry Westall Emma Whale Paul Williams And 3 anonymous donors

2000 (69% regular) Rohin Chada Nat Charlton Yahonnes Cleary Shelley Cook Jess Dale Gillian Dow Emma Eckered Julia Finch Matt Galloway Luke Gribbon Claire Harris Ed Hatton Katy Islip Kristin Javaras Suched Likitlersuang Asim Mahmood Susanna Mierau Dara Price Vincenzo Rampulla

Katie Rowbottom James Sherwin-Smith Edward Skidelsky Andrew Sutton Helen Turnbull Matt Widdop Andy Wongsaroj And 3 anonymous donors

2001 (72% regular) Dominic Bird Lucy Bowes Christopher Bradley Paul Brassey Philip Carr Alan Choi Peter Cleland Anna Cosi Isobel Dyson Graham Ewen Katherine Fisher Sebastien Grammond James Henderson Melissa Holloway Chip Horne Ella Kaye Jeff Kulkarni Pedro Machado Kristopher Martindale Jonathan Mathews Jamie McKerchar Guy Negretti Jessica Keal Ebrahim Rahbari Rahul Rao James Rollinson Alexa Shipman Corin Taylor Louise Thomas Amy Trotter Jo Valentine Thomas WiktorowskiSchweitz Oliver Wright Jonathan Wylie And 2 anonymous donors

2002 (67% regular) Ross Beaton Elizabeth Boothroyd Sam Brown Daniel-Konrad Cooper David Cormode Richard Eschwege Lucy Foulston Christian Hansen Laura Harbidge James Holloway Harry Jones Laura Kimmel James Kitchen Edward Knapp Tom Lane Edward Latter Jamie Lee Ilana Levene John Mallonee Sean McDaniel Tom Murray-Rust

Catherine Sebastian Caroline Wallace Matthew Williams

2003 (76% regular) Craig Abrahams James Doree Adam Easton Ludger Evers Alexandra Gowlland James Grant George Grumbar Gang Hu Guy Joseph Martin Kelly Lettie Kennedy Phil Killingley Megha Kumar Justin Lewis-Oakes Weiheng Liao Stephen Matthews David McConkey Alice McDaniel Jaideep Nandwani Robert Newton Christopher Skillicorn Emma Windham Michelle Yong And 2 anonymous donors

2004 (79% regular) Imran Ahmed Nick Bennett Oliver Butler Andrew Carter Jesse Crozier Kimberly Douglas Amy Jenkins Ankeet Jethwa Ruth Knapp Halim Kusumaatmaja Suzannah Lipscomb Alexander Mahony Crispin Mason Andrew McGrath Joe Mela Neda Minakaran Simon Morgan David Mossop Mark O’Brien Richard Ollerhead Michel Paradis Nic Ramsden David Robinson Joshua Rogers Desmond Ryan Zhan Su Harri Williams Samuel Wilson Denis Zuev And 4 anonymous donors

2005 (58% regular) Ian Bergson Michael Blyth Sarah Brightwell Chris Chilton Adam Creighton

Richard Dear Nicholas Farrelly Benjo Fraser Alex Gilchrist Beth Ginsberg Jack Hickish Luke Johnson Richard Kaudewitz Charlotte King George Matthews Ted Maxwell John Mellor Henry Moore Diana Ples Jodie Rabin Vincent Romanelli Jonathan Selby Wolfgang Silbermann Tuan-Anh Tran Keith Tse Dominic Weinberg Joanna Williamson Lieut Colonel Lee Wingfield Tobias Witting Jamie Wolstenhulme Silas Xu Ray Ye And 4 anonymous donors

2006 (67% regular) Maya Bahoshy Philip Berkman Philip Cuthbertson Olivier de France Jennifer Etherington Lisa Fogarty Michael Gallo Thomas Gibson Ryan Halloran Jack Hobbs Mihkel Jaatma Ilana Lever Donald Mackintosh Jasmine Parkinson Carl Poree Jeremy Robinson Vaheshta Sethna Adam Smith Daniel Temko Clare Thomas Keon West Susannah Wilkinson And 2 anonymous donors

2007 (56% regular) Rachel Ashwell Adam Boukraa William Browne Alexandre Brunet Oliver Burton Anna Camilleri Thomas Dean Jack Devlin Barr Even Gwennaël Fedder George Harnett Nicholas Harper Caroline Howitt

James Kirby David Klocker Iain Large Ettie Lewis Jaimie Li Michael Marks Jennifer McSloy Robert Portass Emily Seeber Michael Skelly Helena Stenfors Virenfeldt Katy Theobald Isabel Thompson David Thomson Raffaella Tomassi Simon Wan Aelwen Wetherby And 6 anonymous donors

2008 (61% regular) Abu Abioye Henry BlauthMuszkowski Edward Brunet Sam Clarke Alex Crutchett Aditya Dasgupta Marine Debray Molly Dickinson Felix Faber Eleanor Gear Hayley Hooper Jekaterina Ivanova Tom Jackson Greig Lamont Robert Latusek Joanne Lau Michael McCarthy Ronan McDonald Oliver McGregor Stephanie Melvin Beth Mumford Lotte Murphy-Johnson Kanishka Narayan Hannah O’Rourke Rosie Pigott David Pritchett Hannah Snell Anne Soong Emily Steenton Simon Stewart Robert Tarantino Nirawat Thammajak Michael Webb Kelsey Jackson Williams Mi Zhang And 1 anonymous donor

2009 (67% regular) Rebecca Bayliss Kate Burns Anthony Butler Christian Carlsen Stephen Dempsey Eleanor Dilloway Philipp Duffner Rhiannon Evans-Young Paolo Gandini


Dawn Hollis Dhananjay Jagannathan Ian Jones Liam Jones Juliette Kelly Sailing Lang Peter Lee Clarence Lim Brianna MacLean Conor McLaughlin Bo Meng Graham Rhodes Hannah Robertson Robbie Smith Chan-Young Song Charles Stevens Brooks Swett Carly Watson Ed Wise Benjamin Woolgar And 1 anonymous donor

2010 (51% regular) James Atkinson Jack Banner Matt Baum Hugo Bax

Caroline Baylon Olivia Beattie Steven Boyd George Colenutt Tom Curran Sarah Edwards Patrick Garvey Kirandeep Ghataorhe Esme Hawkes Jason HoelscherObermaier Katie Hooley Lynn Hutchings Jai Juneja Marta Kaczan Rafael Kropiunigg Ben Marshall Helen McCartney Alice Mollon Lucy Morell Indrek Pernik Jacqueline Pinta Aron Polos Samuel Roberts Dan Rosmarin Ramin Sabi Thomas Simpkins Laurent Stephenson Magdalena Walczak

Sophie Wragg Jiachen Xue And 3 anonymous donors

2011–2014 (43% regular)

Luke Bevan Lorenzo Bondioli Vikram Chandra Franziska Christen Ada Coghen David Cramer Caryn Davies Sara Deeter Kunchok Dolma Cody Duncan Ben Lodewijks Jay Merchant Carly Minsky Josefin Muehlbauer Marc Pacitti Guo Thiang Illias Thoms Will Tummon Ragulan Vigneswaran And 4 anonymous donors

Other supporters of Balliol Professor Joel Aberbach Joan Almond Ursula Aylmer Naheed Azfar Virginia Baines William Barford Professor Wilfred Beckerman Richard Blackford Robert Bliss Lady Bone (Vivian) The Revd Canon Dr Michael Bourdeaux Professor Martin Burton Jocelyn Carter Sue Chantler Richard Collier Gifford Combs Dan Coolege Robert Crow Mary Elphick Barbara France Hugh Fremantle Peggotty Graham Sherry Granum

Professor Les Green Rom Harre Inge Heckel Ruth Hewetson Ken & Jennifer Heyer Chou James Heywood Julia Hore Alastair Howatson Jennifer Jones Professor Ivan Kennedy Kitty Lastavica Professor Steven Levitan Donald Light Nicola Martin R L Martin Angus McLean David Mela Dan Miller Tricia Miller Professor Gillian Morriss-Kay Mona Mozaffari Judy Munch Andrew Murton Richard Norman Professor Tim Pedley Seamus Perry Julia Portal

Dena Rakoff Paul Roberts Michael Rose Professor Daniel Rubenstein Professor Philip Scowcroft Elaine Smith James Smith Nicola Trott Professor Peter Tufano Mary Vidgen Lisa Walker Professor David Wallace Hannah Wallace Mari Watanabe Professor Timothy Wilson Professor Carl Wunsch Professor Richard Wurtman Samuel Yin Ying Zhang And 9 anonymous donors

Organisations Apple Matching Gifts Program Association of Genealogists & Researchers in Archives (AGRA) Bank of America Foundation Barroe Trust BNP Paribas Investment Partners Calculus Trust Fairfax Trust Google Ltd Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Jordan Family Foundation Kent Community Foundation Lazard Asset Management Mersey Charitable Trust Off-Off-Off-Broadway Company Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison UBS

Legacies received Nevil Norway (1919) George Levack (1936) John Snell (1951) Earnest Lau (1952) The Hon John Sears (1955) Anthony Johnson (1963) David Pollack (1977) Alison Webb

Du’Aine Davis (2013, Economics and Management) and Laurence Warner (2013, PPE)

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Balliol college annual report 2016  
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