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DONOR NEWS Issue seven: 2018/19 Mansfield’s young alumni giving programme

All stops out for completion of Chapel Organ Appeal

New major donation for Student Experience and Wellbeing

Connecting with alumni around the world


Your generosity in action We are delighted to share news of some of the important projects made possible at Mansfield over the last year thanks to your generosity.

2018, forming a fitting link between Mansfield’s ethos of inclusivity and the new Bonavero Institute of Human Rights. Last year was also an important moment for one of the most treasured parts of our built heritage here at College. In August 2019, a major restoration project was undertaken on the painted ceiling in the Library, which has suffered localised water damage in recent years. A team of conservators worked throughout the hot summer to clean the painted surface, remove dust and dirt, and restore damaged paintwork. The conservation work, and repairs to the roof, were partly funded by donations to the Library Fund and the Mansfield Matters Fund. Thank you to everyone who has supported these initiatives. The Mansfield Matters Fund is used for areas of greatest need and, as the Library restoration project demonstrates, is crucial to our ability to meet unforeseen challenges.

Each year, more and more Mansfield alumni are choosing to support their College, and we are hugely grateful to everyone who gives. In the last edition of Donor News, we celebrated the physical completion of the Hands Building (formerly known as Love Lane), which we opened in September 2017. Over two years on, hundreds of students have already benefitted from the new accommodation, and the Sir Joseph Hotung Auditorium that sits beneath is regularly packed for lively talks, lectures, seminars and international conferences. The building is also home to the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights – an exciting new research institute within the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford. We are delighted to announce that, in 2019, we received a major gift which, along with donations from our regular supporters, completed our fundraising campaign, meaning that the Hands Building was entirely funded through philanthropy. This was a landmark moment for College and we are sincerely grateful to all of you who joined us on that exciting journey.

Other donations this year have been directed at support for students – bursaries, scholarships and prizes; access projects; teaching; research; and College buildings. Thank you for your generosity to Mansfield over the past year. We hope you feel proud of your College and how it has continued to develop since your time here. From Leavers’ Gifts to legacies – and on behalf of the brilliant current students who are benefitting from your generosity – we thank you deeply for your support.

There was also a new addition to the Quad in 2018/19, in the form of our beautiful new bronze sculpture of Eleanor Roosevelt. Thanks to a group of generous donors, College was able to commission a recasting of the work by Penelope Jencks, the original of which stands in Riverside Park in Upper Manhattan, New York. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of US President Franklin D Roosevelt, played a key role in drafting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 10 December 1948. She believed that education and equal opportunities should be available to all, and she used her role as First Lady to fight for civil rights, the rights of women and racial equality. The Roosevelt sculpture was unveiled at Mansfield by Secretary Hillary Clinton in September

‘We hope you feel proud of your College and how it has continued to develop since your time here.’

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During 2018/19, Mansfield received donations totalling

£751,402

In line with your wishes, your support was directed to the following areas:

An environment where students can thrive:

£320,081

Donations to support the upkeep of Mansfield’s historic buildings and its environment have helped us update student accommodation, including the bathrooms in ‘A’ staircase, and make essential upgrades to graduate housing on Botley Road.

Where the need is greatest:

Life-changing opportunities for students:

£335,382

£88,173

Your support for student welfare and hardship initiatives gives students somewhere to turn if they experience unexpected challenges. Donations to this area also help us deliver powerful outreach programmes that inspire young people with talent and potential – often from under-represented groups – and demonstrate that Oxford can be for them.

Safeguarding our tutorial system:

£7,766

Your unrestricted donations to the Mansfield Matters Fund could be described as the most valuable contributions we receive, as they enable the College to direct funding to areas of greatest need and address unexpected challenges in any particular year.

The tutorial system is the cornerstone of many students’ experience of studying at Oxford. Donations to teaching and research help Mansfield attract and retain academics leading their fields, and support the intensive small-group teaching that enables our students to reach their potential.

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relationship between Mansfield and its alumni is special and we hope that Mansfielders will continue to participate in, and contribute to, the life of College in any way they can.

Mansfield’s young alumni giving programme

In recent years, many leavers have chosen to contribute to College at the very start of becoming an alum, by making a donation through College’s annual Leavers’ Gift. Each year, the number of leavers taking part in the Leavers’ Gift has grown, and 2019 was no exception when a fantastic 77% of leavers made a gift of £20.19 to their chosen project – a covered bike shelter, as voted on by the leavers themselves. In a city known for cycling, this was a fitting gift for our considerable student cyclist community and it demonstrates how participation figures and gifts of all sizes can make a difference to the Mansfield student experience. Thank you to all of our donors who are choosing to give back to the students who will follow in their footsteps.

Each year, our leavers gather at a celebratory event to mark their time at College. It is an occasion of mixed emotions, as one chapter comes to an end and the next begins, but we hope that the knowledge gained, friendships formed and the memories built, stay with our students as each generation joins our close-knit alumni community. The life-long

All stops out for completion of Chapel Organ Appeal Thank you to the donors who have supported the Mansfield College Organ Appeal in recent years. Our wonderful Victorian Romantic organ was installed in the Chapel in 1890 by Vowles of Bristol. Its renovation – necessary because of the natural wear and tear of more than a century’s use – is central to the College’s musical future. In order to restore this important part of Mansfield’s history, we need to raise a total of £190,000 (the cost of the work, exclusive of VAT) and we can report that over 80% of this target has now been secured. The beautiful organ has been absent from the repertoire of the College’s musical performances for over three years, but now we’re hoping that by summer 2020, the sound of this mightiest of instruments will once again resonate around the Chapel. We’re immensely grateful to all the supporters who have steadily contributed to the Appeal – and we welcome donations from all those who can help us fill that final gap in funds.

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New major donation for Student Experience and Wellbeing This year, College received a remarkable new donation from alumnus Mr Jan Fischer (PPE, 1989), inspired by the Principal’s vision for a programme of initiatives to enhance and develop what is most special about Mansfield. As a result of this significant gift, Mansfield is trialling and implementing a series of exciting and creative initiatives, all designed to support students in the widest sense – academically, but also to develop their cultural, sporting, social interests and wellbeing, as well as helping them build skills for their future careers. The new funds are contributing towards Mansfield’s ground-breaking access work too, and enabling us to invest in new areas, such as communicating our work via conferences, public events and social media channels. Some of the initiatives we have already launched include: a full programme of social entrepreneurship and leadership training for 30 undergraduates; a new programme of yoga, Pilates and mindfulness sessions; more welfare and academic support, including bringing in additional professional external help; and a relaunched drama society, The Mansfield Players. JCR President, Saba Shakil commented: ‘Oxford is challenging, but it’s also extraordinary and you want to get out and grab all the chances you are being given. This gift has opened up so many more opportunities for us.

It’s helping us to get more active, be creative, spend time with each other and do something really positive for our wellbeing. It is just amazing.’ In addition to the new activities offered, the donation has also created a new fund for students to undertake internships and study-related travel. It has already enabled one student to gain experience at Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula 1 team and another to undertake postgraduate research

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interviews at the United Nations in New York. Jan Fischer commented: ‘I am delighted to support Helen Mountfield’s ideas for Mansfield, and to help her to tell its remarkable story of successfully finding students with great potential, and supporting them in creative ways while they undertake a world-class education at Oxford. It is my hope that they then go on to achieve good and important things in the world.’


Connecting with alumni around the world Mansfield has a really special alumni community. No matter how long you were here, or how long since you left, we want you to continue to feel a part of Mansfield. Only through strengthening the bond alumni have with College, can we ensure Mansfield will flourish and thrive. Alumni are based in more than 75 countries, so College’s telethon and thank-a-thon efforts provide a perfect opportunity for Mansfield to connect with our community around the world.

telethons this year. Whether it be monthly, twice-yearly, quarterly or annually, regular donations are incredibly valuable to College as they help us plan for the coming year. Telethon caller, Jack Sagar, who worked on both the March and September 2019 telethons, said of one of his memorable calls: ‘One alumnus I spoke to came to Mansfield as a visiting student on his year abroad. He absolutely loved his time here and, when asked where his favourite place in Oxford was, it was so lovely to hear that it was here at College, where he met friends who are still part of his life. I hope that, like this alumnus and others I spoke to, the friendships I’ve made here at Mansfield will be life-long.’

There’s no one better to share news of Mansfield than current students, and our enthusiastic telethon team take to the phones to do just that. We aim to speak to every one of our alumni once a year if we can, and telethon is an ideal chance for our student callers both to gain new skills and to benefit from careers advice from people with valuable experience. This year, some wonderful conversations during telethons resulted in happy reminiscences, mentoring offers and everything in between.

Thank you to everyone who has spoken to one of our students over the past year – for sharing your memories of Mansfield, your top tips for finalists, your feedback, and your advice. Special thanks are due to our community of regular supporters, and to the growing number who have recently joined them.

Telethons also present an important opportunity to raise charitable funds for College and to thank our regular supporters and those who have chosen to remember Mansfield in their wills. In 2018/19, £64,000 was pledged during the College telethons alone, supporting projects and initiatives that are directly improving the experience Mansfield students have today. We are also enormously grateful to an anonymous donor, who provided a match challenge for those pledging a regular donation through the

‘One alumnus I spoke to came to Mansfield as a visiting student on his year abroad. He absolutely loved his time here…’

Mansfield College Telethon Team, March 2019.

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Donor listing (2018/19) We are enormously grateful to the many people who have chosen to support Mansfield in the last financial year (1 August 2018 to 31 July 2019), including the 292 donors who chose to remain anonymous. We thank you deeply for your support.

We would like to give special thanks and recognition to the 59 alumni who have chosen to pledge a legacy gift to Mansfield. Members of our Sarah Glover Society, these supporters hold an important place within the College community. Please let us know if you are planning to remember Mansfield in your will so that we can make sure we adhere to your wishes. 1951 Revd Anthony Tucker 1955 Mrs Helen Wickham 1956 Revd David Allen Mr Michael Edwards Revd Dr Robert McKelvey Mr Michael Walton 1957 Revd Robert Scribbins 1958 Mr Nicholas Mason 1959 Prof Robert Adams Mr Vern Jordahl Revd John Muir Mr Victor O’Connell Revd Dr Harold Tonks 1960 Revd Peter Moth 1961 Revd Robert Blows Mr George Carcagno Prof John Creaser Mr Richard Hill 1962 Mr Antony Payn Revd Donald Rudalevige 1963 Revd George Agar Mr Andrew Daykin Revd Victor Matthews Dr Kenneth Parker Mr Robert Porrer Mr David Reston Revd Dr William Rusch Mr Robert Smith Mr John Thorndyke 1964 Mr Roy Foster Revd Stephen Haine Mr Anthony Lunch 1965 Revd Dr Thomas Best Revd William Boyd Mr Frederick Chenery Revd Dr Noel Davies Dr Fisher Humphreys

Mr Keith Lock Revd Julian Macro Dr Carl Stockton 1966 Mr John Cooper Prof David Fell Mr Peter Froebel Ian Harrison Mr Graeme Hartley Mr Ralph Holmes Revd Richard McLaren Judge Paul Worsley QC 1967 Mr Sidney Blankenship Mr Gregory Bowden Mr Paul Jay Mr Peter Johnson Revd Arthur Pedersen Revd Graham Stephenson Prof Ian Woodward 1968 Mr Geoffrey Bott Mr Michael Harris Prof Johannes Maree Dr Dabney Townsend 1970 Dr Philip Aylett Mr John Bell Revd David Ivorson Mr Roger Jackson Revd Dr Arnold Klukas Revd John Landon Dr Robert Lively Mr Charles Long Mr Christopher Rivington Mr Jonathan Rooper Mr Stephen Sheedy 1971 Dr Douglas Connor Mr John Higgs Mr Stewart Rutter Dr Douglas Stange 1972 Prof Eric Lund Dr Homer Rogers 1973 Mr Jonathan Arkush 1974 Mr William Annandale Mr Ian Howard Mr Stephen Maguire

Mrs Melinda Cripps Ms Teresa Moriarty Mr Geraint Rees Mr Paul Vine

Mr Steven Paull 1975 Dr David Bailey Mr Chris Frewer Mr Simon Gregory Mr Charles Linaker Mr Simon Morrow Mr Martyn Scrivens Mr Gordon Woods

1982 Mrs Jill Barnett Ms Sharon Flaxbeard Mr Adrian Flook Mr Rolf Howarth Mr Richard Klein Mr Sean Moriarty Mr Ian Simpson Mr David Testa Mr John Weston Mr Richard Young

1976 Mr Crispin Barker Mr Sean Crane Mr James Dean Mr Stephen Gaskell Mr Marshall Hall Mr Hugh Purkiss Mr Robert Wakely Mr Chad Whitton

1983 Mrs Lisa De Silva Sir James Dingemans QC Miss Gillian Duddy Mr Mark Jones Mr Saul Jones Mr Daniel Pollick Mr Peter Rogers Mr Steven Ruth Mr Matthew Tipper

1977 Mr Christopher Jenkins Mr Jonathan Wells 1978 Mr Timothy Booth Revd Richard Church Mr Antony Cook Mr Philip Jemielita Ambassador George Krol Mr Noel Reilly Mr Colin Sedgewick Revd Richard Wolff

1984 Mr David Bailey Mr Andrew Davies Mr Timothy Harris Mr Robin Ketteridge Mr Donald Macdonald Mr Robert Mison Ms Susan Pemberton

1979 Mr Bashir Ahmed Mr Mark Beardwood Mr Andrew Cannons Mr Martin Christensen Mr Martin Clemmey Mrs Patricia Dean Dr Jonathan Goss Prof Glenn Holland Mr Michael Ingledow Mr Gavin Prosser

1985 Prof Stephen Gourley Revd Dr David Hilborn Mr Michael Holyoake Mr Douglas Jeffery Mrs Jane Roberts Ms Jaee Samant Mrs Veronica Williams Mr Alastair Wright

1980 Mr Richard Baker Mrs Sarah Harkness Mr Mark Jones Mr Henry Kopel Mr Paul Midwinter

1986 Mr Giles Atkinson Ms Alexandra Clark Mr Jon Fish Ms Diana Glassman Mr Edward Lawrence Mr John Lipsey II Ms Sally Mason Mr Daniel Nestel Revd Dr David Pickering Dr Matthew Scott

1981 Mr Nigel Clarke Mrs Melanie Clemmey Miss Jane Coughlin

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Mr Timothy Storrie Mr Rik Tozzi 1987 Mrs Deborah Chism Mr Nick Chism Mr Richard Darby Mr Lawrence Edwards Mr Alexander Manisty Mr Brian Millar Mr Benjamin Schliemann Mr Ross Singleton 1988 Mrs Emma Azuela Ms Lisa Baglin Mr Timothy Burroughs Dr James DeCarli Mr Timothy Eddis Ms Catherine McClen Mr Jonathan Steinberg Dr Richard Underhill Mr Stewart Wilkinson 1989 Mr Neil Elton Mr Jan Fischer Mr Toby Gosnall Mr Matthew Keats Mr Andrew Moulton Dr Toby Purser Miss Frances Reynolds Mr Robert Snow 1990 Mr Angelo Basu Mrs Nicola Cathery Mr Steven Keane Ms Kathryn Newsome Mr Joseph Nuttall Mr Duncan Ruckledge Mr Stephan Wilcke Dr Helge-Torsten Woehlert 1991 Mrs Kathryn Flanders Mrs Shevaun Haviland Mr Thomas Joyce Ms Gill Kirk Mr Daneree Lambeth Prof Markus Mobius Ms Shawn Zovod 1992 Mr Brian Arnold Dr Thomas Cattoi Mr Andrew Croxson

Mr Paul Jackson Ms Stephanie Reents Mr Benjamin Shaw 1993 Mr Richard Apps Miss Elizabeth Badger Mr Stuart Ferguson Mr John Glen MP Mr Stephen Gough Mrs Alexandra Harle Mrs Elizabeth Hodgetts Mr James Pearson Ms Elizabeth Taylor Carson Revd Mr Johannes Zimmermann Mr John Zolidis 1994 Mr Tom Bray Mrs Kumiko Brocklebank Mr Finbar Clenaghan Mr Richard Davies Revd Tiffany-Alice Ewins Mr Zachary Finley Revd Derek Hopkins Mr Simon Kennedy Mr Andrew MacDonald Revd Iain McDonald Mr Jonathan Parry Miss Brigitte Worth Mr Andrew Young 1995 Mrs Catrin Bennett Mr Simon Calhaem Ms Elizabeth Fastiggi Ms Olwen Greany Mr Peter Koch Mr Michael Margolis Mrs Gina Pattisson Brusik Mr Luke Purser Dr Briseida Deyanira Sanchez Mr Stephen Tall Mr Marcus Williamson 1996 Ms Laura Baggaley Mr Timothy Berry Mr Charles Classen Mr Rishi Dastidar Dr Jane Hamlett Mr Marcus Haywood Miss Anna Jenkins Mrs Anna McLamb Ms Munira Mirza


Mr Cillian Ó Donnabháin Mr James Selby Mr Rhys Watkin Ms Amber Wheeler 1997 Mr Philip Avery Mr David Clyde Revd June Colley Revd Patricia Davis Mr John Doy Mrs Deborah Edwards Mr David Falkner Mr Khai Fok Mr Christopher Foster Miss Iram Kiani Revd John-Daniel Laurence Mr Assad Maqbool Prof Graham Martin Ms Hayley McRae-White Dr Jayne Nicholson Mrs Catherine Osborn Dr Daniel Palazuelos Mr Matthew Reed Mrs Sarah Thomas Mr James Uffindell Dr Leonard Wood Mr Marc Zao-Sanders 1998 Ms Helen Bray Mr Richard Colebourn Ms Sara Cross Dr Kate Flynn Mr Martin Hall Ms Chantal Hughes Mr Damian King Dr Rebecca Lodwick Mrs Emma Pell Mrs Mary Pert Dr Peter Sidgwick 1999 Mrs Marie-Anne Barnes Ms Cheryl Law Dr Christine McCulloch Mr Simon Wicks Mr Alexander Wright Mrs Catherine Wright 2000 Mr Adrian Barlow Ms Katherine Bilsborrow Mr Robert Cumberland Mr Marcus Edwards Mr Niall McCarthy Ms Lindsey Mepham Mrs Elizabeth Nunnery Norheim Mr David Robson Mrs Rebecca Sumner Smith 2001 Dr Larissa Allwork Mr William Bonner Mr Tom Buttle Dr Richard Day

Mr Simon Hale Mr Timothy Hirst Mr Robert McGhee Mrs Laura Musgrave Mr Onyemachi Njamma Mr Nigel Simkin Ms Catherine Thomas Ms Marilyn Thompson Ms Alina Turetskaya Mr Jonas Twitchen Mr Andrew Walker Mr Kevin Whibley 2002 Mr Muhamet Alijaj Mr Ryan Amesbury Miss Ngozie Azu Mr Richard Bazzaz Mr Leighton Cardwell Ms Alexis Eloise Faulkner Mr Aled George Mr Emmanuel Grenader Ms Clare Knight Mr Jonathan Lord Mr Richard Pinel Mr Matthew Smith Mr Gregory SmyeRumsby Mr Taj Uddin Mr Georg Von Kalckreuth 2003 Mr Shah Abdul Aziz Mr Cyrus Azima Mr Alastair Brown Mr Matthew Castle Revd Dr Chigor Chike Mr Matthijs Kronemeijer Mr Edward Mayne Mr Andrew Mitchell Dr Katie Moore Mr Christopher Opie Mr Peter Ringlee Mr Henry Rushton Mr Jack Sheldon Mr Jonathan Wakely Mr David Wall 2004 Mr William Brewster Mrs Rebecca Campbell Dr Valentina Iotchkova Miss Alexandra Jezeph Mr Benjamin Jones Capt Brian Kelly Miss Rebecca Linnett Mr Matthew Mackarevich Ms Helen McKenzie Mr Thomas Oliphant Ms Rachel Orth Mr Richard Saynor Revd Timothy Searle Miss Carina Watney Mr Joseph Zhou 2005 Mr Horatio Boedihardjo Mr Roy Cooper

Mr Michael Coulon Dr James Dray Mr Richard Dyble Mrs Emma Gerrard-Jones Dr Daniel Harvey Miss Amy Icke Miss Melissa Julian-Jones Miss Julia Lerch Mr Thomas Leveson Gower Revd Iain McLaren Miss Caroline Roberts Mr David Sims 2006 Ms Ruth Cook Mr Vikram Dhindsa Mrs Lucy Harvey Ms Felicity Hawksley Mr Reuben Holt Mr Pok Lai Paul Lam Mr Giorgi Lebanidze Miss Lauren O’Donnell Mr Frederick Price Mr Michael Shaw 2007 Ms Sara Bainbridge Mr David Bruce Mr Luke Bullock Mr Paul Carter Mr Daniel Cowley Ms Jillian Fishman Mr Nicholas Gomes Mr Chirag Goyate Mr John Kerr Mr Giles Rabbitts Dr Banu Turnaoglu Miss Marianne Turner Mr Luke Webster Mrs Joanna Wood 2008 Mr Andrew Campbell Mr Benjamin Clark Mr Christopher Du Boulay Mr Benjamin Featherstone Mr Stanley Hale Mr Ryutaro Hiratsuka Mr Shabbir Khan Mr Ewan Miller Mr James Nettleton Miss Eilise Norris Miss Adina Wass Ms Carrie White Mr Matthew Williams Mr Simon Williamson 2009 Dr Isaiah Adekanmbi Mr Benjamin Ball Dr Cheng Cheng Mr Alexander Ford Miss Rachel Freeman Miss Jennifer Goodchild Mr Matt Jones Mr Christopher Major Mr Andrew McCormack

Mr Frederick Overton Mr Daniel Rey Mr Kartikeya Saran Mr Nathan Webster Miss Bethany Whalley Miss Amy Wilson 2010 Mr Jacob Anderson Mr David Bernstein Mr Oliver Cohen Mr Christopher Crompton Mr Matthew Dodd Miss Ashley Fry Dr James Grant Miss Rosemary Hart Mr George HasellMcCosh Mr Christopher Lee Evans Mr David Lukic Ms Jillian Plummer Mr Amir Sokolowski Ms Juliette Vartikar Ms Rachel Wears Miss Sophie Wilson Mr Oliver Wood 2011 Miss Jennifer Atwood Mr Matthew Bradbury Mx James Burnett Ms Priyanaz Chatterji Miss Bethany Collett Mr Tane Dunlop Mr James Fisher Mr Jan Greenshaw Dr Franziska Kirschner Mr Karl Laird Miss Rebecca Loxton Mr Carl Merrigan Miss Rachel Milton Mr Joseph Morris Mr Daniel Orford Mr Martin Reeves Mr Timothy Smith Mr Alex Starr Mr Samuel Tarran Mr Daniel Tarry 2012 Dr Peter Bergamin Mr Thomas Blower Mr Alexander Botham Mr Adam Deane Miss Rebecca Dellar Miss Nastassia Dhanraj Miss Amy Francis Miss Victoria Hawley Miss Rebecca Hird Ms Alexandra Jennings Ms Rebecca Lee Mr Eric Lewis Ms Jessica McNally Ms Ariane Moshiri Mr Ulysse Schnyder Miss Alice Willcox Mr Thomas Windsor

2013 Mr Luke Charters-Reid Mr Wojciech Dziwulski Miss Tabitha Jones Mr Armin Krupp Miss Katy Lau Mr Robert Lazo Miss Grace McNamee Miss Lisa Robertson Miss Sara Semic Miss Emmeline Skinner Cassidy Miss Miranda Stock Mr Brandon Tensley Mr Pei Wang Miss Fay Watson Ms Helena Wilson 2014 Miss Eloise Abbott Mr Ferran Brosa Planella Mr Owen Clarridge Miss Jessica Finn Mr Sebastian Fox Miss Claire Gibson Mr Maximilian Grodecki Mrs Stephanie Kline Mr Andrew Le Grice Miss Stephanie McGuire Rabbi Steven Philp Miss Charlotte Stephens Miss Anqi Tang Mr Matthew Zuckerman 2015 Ms Anca Gabriela Bunda Ms Kat Collison Ms Lydia Felty Mr Michael Galfetti Ms Zoe Hodge Mr Jack Kellam Miss Miriam Nemmaoui Mr Matthew Palmer Mr Michael Railton Mr Dillon Sefic Mr Conor Youngs 2016 Ms Emily Cameron-Blake Mr Sean Conway Mr Vladimir Lovric Ms Adrienne Mortimer Mr Shreyas Srinivas Mr Felix Wimmer College members Prof Ros Ballaster Prof Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell Revd Prof John Muddiman Friends Ms Margo Alexander Ms Annette Anthony Thiam Ms Pauline Atienza Mr Alex Beck Ms Theresa Bentley Dr Allida Black

Mr Jonathan Blake Mrs Dorothy Bradbury Mr Robert Caffyn Mrs Madeline Clayton Mr Michael Corbett Commander Carlos Del Toro Mrs Betty Del Toro Revd Margaret Dodds Mrs Marie Downey Mrs Gillian Edom Mrs Jacquie Featherstone Ambassador Elizabeth Frawley Bagley Mr Peter Gomes Mr Peter Harkness Mrs Jean Hartwell Ms Rosalind Kaye Mr Alistair Kennedy Mr Haralambos Leventis Mrs Valerie Lloyd Mrs Carol Mahony Greatorex Mrs Virginia McGregor Ms Margaret McGuirk Mr Paul Minchinton Mrs Marion Minchinton Revd Antony Moore Ms Laura Mosedale Dr Kaveh Moussavi Mrs Hazel Nicholson Ms Lynn Olmsted Mr David Perry Dr Colin Podmore Mr Jonathan Scheele Mr Michael J Schelzi Ms Elizabeth Shorrocks Ms Colette Stein Dr Julian Stowell Mr Alexander Thomas Mr Richard Thomas Ms Susie Tompkins Buell Dr Albrecht von Moltke Mrs Margaret Wilmot Revd K Woolhouse Organisations Alliance Bernstein Matching Gifts Barclays Plc BlackRock Blum Kovler Foundation General Mills Goldman Sachs Microsoft Matching Gifts Reverend W N Monteith Charitable Trust Ruddock Foundation for the Arts In memoriam Revd Albert Alspach Revd Geoffrey Beck Kûrt Werner

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