Admission of new fellows
14 October 2016
At the Admission of Fellows and Scholars on 11 October we welcomed two new Honorary Fellows and two new Emeritus Fellows.
Mary Hockaday (1981) is Controller BBC World Service English, responsible for the BBC World Service’s international radio and digital services. From 2009-2014 she was Head of the BBC Newsroom, overseeing the BBC’s core news services on radio, television and online.
Rachel Weisz (1988) is an actor who has starred in many films including 'The Mummy', 'Enemy at the Gates', 'About a Boy' and 'The Constant Gardener', for which she won an Academy Award, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Dr Christopher Padfield
Professor Michael Kelly (1971)
Other Fellows admitted to their Fellowships were:
- Ms Ali Boyle (Research Fellow in the Arts)
- Dr Amaleena Damlé (Fellow Commoner)
- Dr Jasmin Fisher (Staff Fellow in Natural Biological Sciences)
- Dr Heather Inwood (Staff Fellow in Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (Chinese))
- Dr Claudia Marx (Fellow Commoner)
- Dr Andrew Sanchez (Staff Fellow in Social Anthropology)
- Professor Jens Zimmermann (Visiting Fellow)