Reuben College Buildings 2022

Reuben College has welcomed this October its first graduate cohort of over 100 students, from 47 different countries. They have joined a growing College Fellowship, which will soon include the first batch of Research Fellows. With the weekly “Dinner with Dinosaurs” in the University Museum of Natural History a highlight, the College is already a vibrant and active community. 
Unfortunately, further issues, mostly (but not exclusively) to do with the asbestos abatement programme in our heritage buildings, mean that we will not be able to occupy these buildings, which are co-located with the Radcliffe Science Library and the Museums’ Collections Teaching and Research Centre, in time for the 2022-23 academic year. Whilst this is undoubtedly a disappointment for Reuben College, we recognize that such delays are not uncommon in the complex refurbishment of heritage buildings. We are confident that College life for our graduate students in 2022-23 will be as exciting and stimulating as it is for our initial cohort this academic year (2021-22). We are pleased to announce that Linacre College will be extending its partnership with Reuben College, for which we are enormously grateful to the Principal and Fellows of Linacre.

Professor Lionel Tarassenko CBE FREng FMedSci