Donor news MANSFIELD COLLEGE
IN THIS ISSUE The new Hands Building opens Academic prizes Pulling out the stops for Mansfield’s organ Thank you 2017 leavers Mansfield calling – College telethons in 2016/17 Where your support has been directed Donors to Mansfield 2016/17
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Celebrating the impact you are making at Mansfield Mansfield is going from strength to strength thanks to our supporters and the projects you have backed. Every student is benefitting in some way from the donations that have been so generously given, whether it be from using the café, books in the library, living in the new accommodation or from receiving academic grants. In this report we shall share some of the wonderful stories received and tell you about the projects we have been able to achieve over the last year, thanks to your support. Our growing number of donors are making a powerful impact here. In 2017, the final stages of Mansfield’s most ambitious undertaking in recent years – the construction of the new Hands Building (formerly Love Lane) – were completed. The project would not have been possible without the hundreds of you who made donations to the campaign. In this edition of Donor News, we take a closer look at the new building. As well as these physical transformations to College, we have also been increasing the number of academic prizes available and boosting our student support. We hope that all students have a positive experience during their time at Mansfield, but appreciate that some will encounter
challenges in their personal or academic lives. Therefore, providing students with the opportunity to turn to welfare and counselling services, or apply for financial support should they need to, is vital. In addition, we are maintaining our outreach work to encourage students from schools and areas that usually see few Oxbridge applications. Your donations continue to help these important areas. Mansfield’s biannual telethons had another successful year in 2016/17. Our student teams phoned from the Theology Library and the Garden Building and reached hundreds of College alumni. We enjoyed hearing your favourite memories of Mansfield and finding out what you have been doing since leaving College. Thank you to all who took a call and special thanks to everyone who chose to make a donation to our College priorities, or offered to support College in some other way. We are extremely grateful to our donor community. Those of you who have had the opportunity to visit Mansfield recently will have seen first-hand how your gifts are helping to make a difference here. We hope you enjoy reading more about this in the following pages of Donor News.
Mansfield donor news 2016/17
The new Hands Building opens
In addition to student accommodation, Mansfield now has a beautiful space to host talks and events. The Sir Joseph Hotung Auditorium is filled by natural light due to a glass wall leading on to a terrace, which also looks over the newly landscaped garden and resurfaced Quad. This wonderful, modern space incorporates 140 fixed seats and excellent audio-visual facilities. As well as hosting many Mansfield events, such as our open days and the termly Friday Night Lecture Series, the auditorium is also used by the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights. Headed by Professor Kate O’Regan, the Institute is based on the lower-ground and ground floors of the new building and is a joint venture with the Law Faculty – bringing together students, academics, researchers and experts in the areas of human rights law. Thank you to everyone who supported the project and made it a reality. A number of donors have chosen to name a seat in the new auditorium and we hope you will all have the opportunity to visit and see the impact of your generosity. We look forward to welcoming you back to College soon and showing you this fantastic new venue.
Academic prizes In recent years, Mansfield has been able to award a greater number of academic prizes thanks to the support of our alumni and friends of College. The most recent prize to be established is the Olive Prize in Economics, which was set up by the friends of Mansfield alumnus Andrew Olive (Modern History and Economics, 1984). The prize will be awarded each year to students at Mansfield College reading for the joint degree in Economics. Thank you to the friends of Andrew Olive for establishing this prize in Andrew’s memory, as well as to the other donors who have helped establish new prizes in the past few years.
Mansfield donor news 2016/17
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Students are benefitting from the new 74 en-suite bedrooms on the upper floors – bringing more of Mansfield’s current community on-site. Second-year students will no longer be required to sign up for 12-month contracts with private landlords and the difference will save each student around £2,000. In addition, they will have the advantage of being closer to the library, JCR, dining facilities and departments. Mansfield has always had a close-knit community atmosphere and now our second years can feel much more part of the Mansfield family.
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It was an exciting moment for the College community as the new Hands Building opened its doors for the start of Michaelmas 2017. The project was funded by philanthropy and demonstrates how donations of all sizes can make a big impact.
Pulling out the stops for Mansfield’s organ Mansfield’s Chapel and its original organ are significant parts of the College’s heritage. The organ is one of the last unaltered Romantic organs in Oxford and the Gothic casework, designed by Basil Champneys, is an impressive feature of the instrument with its three pinnacle towers and two ranks of pipes in the elegantly decorated façade. However, it has been years since the organ was last played, as it has succumbed to wear and tear. Last year we launched the Organ Appeal with the aim of fully restoring the instrument and bringing it back into working order. The project is estimated to cost in the region of £300,000 and we would like to thank every donor who has already made a gift to this very special enterprise. Although there is still some way to go before the full amount is realised and the restoration can begin, we are grateful to everyone who is supporting the project and this important part of Mansfield’s heritage.
Thank you 2017 leavers The Mansfield Leavers’ Gift was started in 2012 when Mansfield Finalists chose to make a gift in final battels towards new benches in the Quad. Since then, it has become a Mansfield tradition and subsequent year groups of JCR, MCR and VSP leavers have come together to support projects for the benefit of future generations of Mansfielders.
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Many leavers put forward ideas for the 2017 Leavers’ Gift. There were some close contenders but the chosen Leavers’ Gift for 2017 was new croquet equipment, with any remaining funding being directed to the Reach Scholarship. A total of 72% of leavers took part, raising in excess of £2,400 for the new equipment and the Scholarship Fund. Thank you to each and every leaver for your support.
Mansfield calling – College telethons in 2016/17 When keeping alumni up to date with College news, one of the most personal ways to do so is through the College telethons. We run two telethons a year, with the aim of reaching every alumnus once per annum. It is an opportunity for our alumni to hear first-hand what it is like to be a Mansfield student today, find out the latest Mansfield news and events, and discover how to get involved in College. There have been many developments taking place at College and we are pleased to be welcoming more alumni back to see the transformations for themselves. However, we appreciate that it is not always possible to return regularly – especially for those living further afield or overseas. For anyone who has been unable to visit recently, we hope that your annual telephone call will help keep you up to date. The telethon is also an opportunity to support College by making a donation. During the 2016/17 academic year,
alumni jointly pledged more than £90,000 for College priorities through telethons alone. Thank you for your support! Our students also enjoyed calling our regular donors simply to say a huge thank you to them and share how their support is making a difference here. We hope you enjoyed taking their calls.
Where your support has been directed
During 2016/17, £2,063,037 was received. Your support was directed to the following important areas:
Buildings and environment: £1,870,512
Teaching and research: £7,885
In the past year there have been some fantastic physical transformations taking place at Mansfield. In addition to the new Hands Building, a project to resurface the Quad with resin-bound gravel has been completed and the gardens landscaped.
Our academics and Fellows are vital to the College and to Mansfield students. Your donations to the fellowship funds are helping us to attract and retain those who are leaders in their field. We are delighted to report that, in the last academic year, many of our Fellows have won awards for their teaching and work.
Donations to the Mansfield Matters Fund are unrestricted and are used each year to address the College’s greatest needs. Unrestricted donations are the lifeblood of colleges and universities as they allow funding to be directed to areas of immediate concern. Your donations have been used to support scholarships and grants, including the Reach Scholarship, as well as improvements to College facilities and books for the Library.
Student support and access continues to be an important College priority. In recent years the number of access and outreach events has been increasing and 2016/17 was no exception. Almost 90% of the student intake for 2017/18 are from state backgrounds, reflecting a higher number of applications from state-school students.
Student support and access: £72,623
Mansfield donor news 2016/17
Donors to Mansfield 2016/17 Thank you to all donors who have supported the College during the last financial year (August 1st 2016 â€“ July 31st 2017), including the 340 donors who chose to remain anonymous. 1949 Revd David Stapleton 1951 Revd Anthony Tucker 1955 Mrs Helen Wickham 1956 Revd David Allen Mr Michael Edwards Mr Duncan Kelly Revd Dr Robert McKelvey 1957 Revd Robert Scribbins 1958 Mr Nicholas Mason 1959 Prof Robert Adams Mr Vern Jordahl Revd Dr Harold Tonks 1960 Revd Peter Moth 1961 Revd Robert Blows Mr George Carcagno Revd Anthony Coates Prof John Creaser Prof Mason Lowance 1962 Mr John Dodwell Mr Antony Payn Revd Donald Rudalevige 1963 Revd George Agar Revd Bruce Matthews Dr Kenneth Parker Mr Robert Porrer Mr David Reston Revd Dr William Rusch Mr Robert Smith Mr James Thompson Mr John Thorndyke Mr John Whitley 1964 Mr Roy Foster Revd Stephen Haine Mr David Hornbeck Revd Dr Walter Houston Mr Anthony Lunch 1965 Revd Dr Thomas Best Revd William Boyd Revd Dr Noel Davies Prof Jeffery Hearn Dr Fisher Humphreys Mr Keith Lock Revd Julian Macro Mr Bob Skelly Mr Michael Ward 1966 Mr John Cooper Prof David Fell Mr Peter Froebel
Mr Ralph Holmes Revd Dr Peter Jupp Revd Richard McLaren 1967 Mr Sidney Blankenship Mr Gregory Bowden Revd Charles Brock Mr Paul Jay Mr Peter Johnson Mr William Sessions 1968 Mr Geoffrey Bott Mr Michael Harris Prof Johannes Maree Dr Dabney Townsend 1969 Mrs Kathryn Compston Mr Gregory Shaffer Mr Peter Wilson 1970 Dr Philip Aylett Mr John Bell Revd David Ivorson Mr Roger Jackson Revd Dr Arnold Klukas Mr Charles Long Mr Scott Milligan Mr Jonathan Rooper Mr Stephen Sheedy 1971 Dr Douglas Connor Mr John Higgs Dr Douglas Stange 1972 Mr Martin Kirkby Prof Eric Lund Mr Craig Nelson Dr Homer Rogers 1973 Mr Jonathan Arkush Mr Peter Young 1974 Mr William Annandale Mr David Collins Mr Andrew Eastgate Mr Johnny Forshall Mr Ian Howard Mr Stephen Maguire Mr Ian Neville Mr Steven Paull 1975 Dr David Bailey Mr Simon Gregory Mr Charles Linaker Dr Arthur Mielke Mr Simon Morrow Mr Martyn Scrivens Mr Stephen Thorpe Mr Gordon Woods 1976 Mr Crispin Barker Mr Sean Crane Mr James Dean Mr Ian Falconer Mr Stephen Gaskell
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Revd Theodore Gill Mr Hugh Purkiss 1977 Mr Christopher Jenkins Mr Lancelot John Mr Nicholas Weeden Mr Jonathan Wells 1978 Mr Timothy Booth Mr Jon Cook Mr Philip Jemielita Amb George Krol Revd Stephen Ng Tin On Mr Noel Reilly Mr Colin Sedgewick Mr Jeremy Tomlinson Revd Richard Wolff 1979 Mr Mark Beardwood Mr Andrew Cannons Mr Martin Clemmey Mrs Patricia Dean Prof Glenn Holland Mr Michael Ingledow Mr Gavin Prosser Mr Richard Readshaw Mr Martin Riley Mr Gavin Steele Mr Peter Vickers 1980 Mr Richard Baker Mrs Sarah Harkness Mr Mark Jones Mr Henry Kopel Dr Cyrus Rustomjee Mr Ric Sims 1981 Mr Nigel Clarke Mrs Melanie Clemmey Miss Jane Coughlin Mrs Melinda Cripps Mrs Lynda Edwardes-Evans Ms Teresa Moriarty Mr Geraint Rees Mr Paul Vine Dr Martin Wiggins 1982 Ms Sharon Flaxbeard Mr Adrian Flook Mr Richard Klein Mr Sean Moriarty Mr David Testa Mr John Weston Mr Richard Young 1983 Mr Yogesh Bhagat Mrs Lisa De Silva Sir James Dingemans QC Miss Gillian Duddy Mr Mark Jones Mr Saul Jones Mr Daniel Pollick Dr Margaret Rayner Dr Peter Rogers Mr Steven Ruth Ms Kate Thomas Mr Matthew Tipper
1984 Mr Brian Ashe Mr David Bailey QC Mr Andrew Davies Revd Peter Elliott Mr Timothy Harris Mr Donald Macdonald Mr Robert Mison Ms Susan Pemberton Mrs Samantha Penwarden Pierce Jones Mr Martin Rowe Mr Juan Sabater 1985 Ms Mia MacDonald Prof Stephen Gourley Mr Michael Holyoake Mr Doug Jeffery Mr Stephen Pollard Mrs Jane Roberts Ms Jaee Samant CBE 1986 Mr Giles Atkinson Ms Alexandra Clark Mr Jon Fish Ms Diana Glassman Mr Christopher Huntington Miss Sally Mason Mr Daniel Nestel 1987 Ms Katherine Brick Mr Nick Chism Mrs Debbie Chism Mr Richard Darby Mr Lawrence Edwards Mr Alexander Manisty Mr Brian Millar Mr Richard Morrison Mrs Nina Porter Mr Ross Singleton 1988 Mr Ben Auslander Ms Lisa Baglin Mr Timothy Burroughs Dr James DeCarli Mr Timothy Eddis Mr Jason Klein Ms Catherine McClen Mr Richard Phelan Mr Jonathan Steinberg Dr Richard Underhill Mr Michael Walls Revd George Watt Mr Stewart Wilkinson 1989 Mr Justin Abbiss Mr Neil Elton Mr Jan Fischer Mr Toby Gosnall Mrs Frances Henry Mr Matthew Keats Miss Frances Reynolds Mr Robert Snow Ms Georgina Spary 1990 Mrs Nicola Cathery Mr Steven Glaser Mrs Kathryn Newsome
Mr Joseph Nuttall Mr Duncan Ruckledge 1991 Dr Paul Deslandes Mrs Kathryn Flanders Mr George Hatjantonas Mrs Shevaun Haviland Mr Thomas Lacy Mr Daneree Lambeth Mr Keith Powell Ms Shawn Zovod 1992 Mr Brian Arnold Mr Jonathan Brod Dr Thomas Cattoi Mr Andrew Croxson Mr Simon Hards Mr Paul Jackson Mr Benjamin Shaw Mr Christopher Williams 1993 Mr Richard Apps Miss Elizabeth Badger Mr James Burnett Mr Stuart Ferguson Mr John Glen MP Mr Stephen Gough Mrs Alexandra Harle Revd Mr Hisashi Higashino Mrs Elizabeth Hodgetts Mr Chris Lewis Mr Marc Murray von Gusovius Mr James Pearson Mr Zachary Schlappi Ms Elizabeth Taylor Carson Dr Matthias Wernicke Mr John Zolidis 1994 Mr Robert Bartlett III Mr Tom Bray Mrs Kumiko Brocklebank Mr Finbar Clenaghan Mr Richard Davies Revd Tiffany-Alice Ewins Revd Christopher Glover Mr Simon Kennedy Revd Iain McDonald Mr Jonathan Parry Dr Masako Sano Ms Clare Skidmore Miss Brigitte Worth Mr Andrew Young 1995 Mrs Catrin Bennett Mr Edward Bryce Morris Mr Simon Calhaem Ms Elizabeth Fastiggi Ms Olwen Greany Mr Michael Margolis Mr Luke Purser Ms Lorena Sanders Mr Stephen Tall Mr Nathaniel Tapley Mr Brian Tockman Mr Marcus Williamson
1996 Mr Timothy Berry Mr Charles Classen Mr Rishi Dastidar Dr Jane Hamlett Miss Anna Jenkins Mr Ernestos Panayiotou Ms Stephanie Phair Mr James Selby Mr Rhys Watkin 1997 Mr Philip Avery Mr David Clyde Revd June Colley Revd Patricia Davis Mr John Doy Mrs Deborah Edwards Mr David Falkner Mr Christopher Foster Mr Sirous Ghodsi Ms Iram Kiani Revd John-Daniel Laurence Mr Assad Maqbool Miss Abigail McHugh de Clare Dr Jayne Nicholson Dr Daniel Palazuelos Mr Matthew Reed Mrs Sarah Thomas Mr James Uffindell Dr Leonard Wood Mr Marc Zao-Sanders 1998 Mr Richard Colebourn Dr Kate Flynn Mr Martin Hall Ms Chantal Hughes Mr Damian King Dr Rebecca Lodwick Mrs Emma Pell Mrs Shona Raymond Dr Peter Sidgwick Ms Emily Watt 1999 Mrs Marie-Anne Barnes Mr Kevin Bates Mr Liam Bonamy Mrs Abigail Jones Dr Christine Susan McCulloch Mr Tom McLaren Webb Dr John-Paul Salter Mr Simon Wicks Mrs Catherine Wright Mr Alexander Wright 2000 Lieut Edward Barham Mr Adrian Barlow Ms Katherine Bilsborrow Mr Thomas Casarella Mr Robert Cumberland Mr Mark Devlin Mr Marcus Edwards Mr Niall McCarthy Ms Lindsey Mepham Mrs Elizabeth Nunnery Norheim Mr David Robson Mrs Rebecca Smith 2001 Dr Larissa Allwork Mr William Bonner Mr Tom Buttle Dr Richard Day Mr Simon Hale
Mr Timothy Hirst Mr John Lombard Mr Robert McGhee Mr Cyprian Njamma Mr Nigel Simkin Ms Catherine Thomas Ms Marilyn Thompson Mrs Alina Turetskaya Mr Jonas Twitchen Mr Andrew Walker Mr Kevin Whibley 2002 Mr Muhamet Alijaj Mr Ryan Amesbury Mr Richard Bazzaz Mr Leighton Cardwell Mr Anthony Dewell Dr Mitch Fraas Mr Aled George Ms Praveena Joseph de Saram Mr Jonathan Lord Mr Charles-Maxime Panaccio Mr Matthew Smith Mr Gregory Peter Smye- Rumsby 2003 Mr Alastair Brown Mr Matthew Castle Revd Dr Chigor Chike Mr Matthijs Kronemeijer Mrs Sarah Lake Mr Edward Mayne Mr Andrew Mitchell Dr Katie Moore Mrs Celia Newman Mr Henry Rushton Ms Catriona Rutherford Mr Daniel Seifert Mr Jack Sheldon Mr Thomas Simchak Mr Jonathan Wakely Mr David Wall 2004 Mr William Brewster Ms Saara Folini-Kaipainen Miss Alexandra Jezeph Mr Benjamin Jones Miss Rebecca Linnett Mr Matthew Mackarevich Mr John McCarthy Ms Helen McKenzie Mr Flavius Mihaies Mr Judah Milunsky Ms Rachel Orth Mr Matthew Putorti Mr Richard Saynor Revd Timothy Searle Mr Joseph Zhou 2005 Mr Horatio Boedihardjo Mr Roy Cooper Dr James Dray Mr Richard Dyble Mrs Emma Gerrard-Jones Mr Daniel Harvey Miss Amy Icke Mr Charles Joseph Mr Thomas Leveson Gower Revd Iain McLaren Mr Anthony Morash Mr Alexander Morris Mr David Sims
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Mr Michael Wagner 2006 Ms Ruth Cook Mrs Lucy Harvey Mr Reuben Holt Mr Giorgi Lebanidze Mr James Naish Miss Lauren O’Donnell Mr Frederick Price Mr David Putnins Mr Michael Shaw Mr Joshua Tartakovsky 2007 Ms Dorian Adams Miss Emma Baddeley Mr David Bruce Mr Blake Cerami-Nucci Mr Robert Clough Mr Daniel Cowley Ms Kathryn Davies Mr Michael Enright Mr Nicholas Gomes Mr Chirag Goyate Mr John Kerr Mr Robert Lee Mr Duncan Lugton Mr Giles Rabbitts Miss Huda Salih Mr Daniel Seiderer Mr Sebastian Stoddart Mr Bobby Sun Miss Marianne Turner Dr Justin Van Der Merwe Mr Luke Webster Mrs Joanna Wood 2008 Mr Andrew Campbell Mr Benjamin Clark Ms Alice Codner Mr Christopher Du Boulay Mr Stanley Hale Mr Ewan Miller Mr James Nettleton Miss Eilise Norris Mr Conor Reidy Mr Mark Scott Miss Adina Wass Ms Carrie White Mr Matthew Williams Mr Simon Williamson Mr Chun Yuen Wong 2009 Mr Benjamin Ball Dr Cheng Cheng Miss Laura Christianson Mr Alexander Ford Miss Rachel Freeman Mr Joshua Gaskell Mr Jonathan Gemmell Miss Miriam Hoener Mr Matt Jones Mr Christopher Major Mr Andrew McCormack Miss Emma Milner Miss Margaret Molloy Mr Frederick Overton Miss Alisha Patel Miss Victoria Pearce Mr Christian Proctor Miss Claire Ward Mr Nathan Webster 2010 Miss Sarah Sami Alsaif Mr Nathaniel Bird Ms Nichola Clark
Mr Oliver Cohen Ms Nicole Cote Miss Ashley Fry Mr George Hasell-McCosh Miss Katherine Humphries Miss Rosemary Kanuritch Mr Daniel Keeling Mr Christopher Lee Evans Mr David Lukic Mr Amir Sokolowski Mr Connell Stewart Ms Rachel Wears Mr Oliver Wood 2011 Mr Kevin Ashby Mr Matthew Bradbury Mx James Burnett Ms Priyanaz Chatterji Miss Bethany Collett Miss Selina Denton Mr Laurens Dokter Mr Tane Dunlop Mr James Fisher Miss Sophie Giles Mr Jan Greenshaw Miss Kathryn Isaac Mr Thomas Jollans Mr Lothar Krapp Mr Karl Laird Mr Craig McCue Mr Carl Merrigan Mr Stephen Morgan Mr Daniel Orford Mr Martin Reeves Mr Alex Starr Mr Daniel Tarry Miss Colette Wojewodka 2012 Mr Daniel Burridge Mr Adam Deane Miss Rebecca Dellar Miss Nastassia Dhanraj Mr Patrick Ferguson Miss Amy Francis Miss Rebecca Hird Ms Maud Hurley Ms Alexandra Jennings Miss Rebecca Lee Mr Eric Lewis Mr Iain Mandale Ms Jessica McNally Ms Ariane Moshiri Mr Julian Sartorius Miss Alice Willcox Mr Thomas Windsor Miss Margaret Woods Mr Jonathan Woodward 2013 Miss Gabriella Alziari Mr Yining Cai Mr Luke Charters-Reid Mr Robert Lazo Miss Grace McNamee Miss Jehanara Mehta- Jamooji Mr Chase Padusniak Miss Lisa Robertson Mr Brandon Tensley 2014 Miss Caitlin Hearn Mr Andrew Le Grice Mr Nissim Massarano Miss Anqi Tang Miss Stephanie Tracy
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