Goodenough College has published its 2014/15 Annual Review, a year which marked the successful completion of the College’s extensive refurbishment programme. The Review can be read or downloaded here.
As Jonathan Hirst QC, Chairman of the Board writes in the Review’s foreword, “September 2014 marked the conclusion of a vital strategic phase in the refurbishment of the College. In fact, we have achieved a great deal more than a refurbishment. Both William Goodenough House and London House are now far better equipped than they ever were before to meet the requirements and expectations of high-achieving international postgraduates today and in the years ahead. Above all, we have a renewed sense of pride in a unique institution.”
The 2014/15 Annual Review also details the College’s success in the 2015 National Student Housing Survey and the CASE Circle of Excellence Awards, as well as the rich and diverse range of events held throughout the year. These ranged from Port Talks from the US Ambassador to the annual TEDxGoodenoughCollege; and performances of the highly acclaimed original comic opera, Too Hot To Handel, written and performed by College Members.
Director Andrew Ritchie writes “One of the distinguishing features of the College is our ongoing commitment to developing a vigorous and engaged community. Each year, our Members bring their passion for their individual subject, as well as their perspective as world travellers…It is continually fascinating to see how the quest for common ground of finding similarity in diversity, is interpreted so creatively at Goodenough”.
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