Goodenough College Delighted to Celebrate The Patron's Lunch

Goodenough College is delighted to be involved with The Patron's Lunch on June 12th 2016 in The Mall, to celebrate The Queen's patronage of over 600 charities and organisations on the occasion of her 90th birthday.

The College Remembers Karolina Gluck and Other Victims of the 7/7 Bombings

The College held a short service of remembrance today, July 7th, for Karolina Gluck (1976-2005) and the other victims of the 7/7 bombings. Karolina was a member of staff at the College who lost her life in the Russell Square bombing. The service was held in the Mecklenburgh Square Garden by the tree planted in her memory.

Goodenough College Welcomes The Queen’s Young Leaders

Goodenough College is delighted to have been selected to accommodate the participants in The Queen's Young Leaders programme. They will be staying at the College for the London sections of their one-week residential programme, which will include receiving their awards from The Queen. 

Goodenough College wins gold in the CASE Circle of Excellence Awards 2015

Goodenough College is proud to announce that is has been awarded Gold in the 2015 CASE Circle of Excellence Awards for its new short recruitment video "I am Goodenough: Meet Huey".

Announcing the Jackman Scholarship

Goodenough College and the London Goodenough Association of Canada (LGAC) are delighted to announce that the LGAC has been awarded CAD100,000 by the Jackman Foundation towards the LGAC's Named Scholarship Program.

Another successful year for TEDxGoodenoughCollege

The fifth TEDxGoodenoughCollege was held on 15th May in the Great Hall of London House, and was hailed as a resounding success.

TEDxGoodenoughCollege 2015 - "The Missing Link"

TEDxGoodenoughCollege takes place on May 15th and interest has been so keen that tickets have already sold out.

Director's Tour of Canada 2015

Goodenough College Director, Andrew Ritchie, and Director of Development and External Relations Mark Lewis, will be travelling to Canada this May for a series of Alumni receptions.

College Opera "Too Hot To Handel" is a Great Success

Last week's performances at Goodenough College of "Too Hot To Handel", an original comic opera, have been hailed as a 4 star success by The Times. Presented by the College and the Armonico Consort, The Times extolled the "wit and fun of this two-hour evening...the high musical standards and staging, done on a frayed shoestring and shedloads of imagination."

Port Talk by the US Ambassador to the Court of St. James

On Monday 20th April, Goodenough College welcomed the US Ambassador to the Court of St James, Matthew W. Barzun to give a Port Talk: "America's Role in the World: Hands On or Hands Off?".

College bids farewell to much-loved Dean

The College has bid a fond farewell to its longstanding and much-loved Dean, Roger Llewellyn. Roger had been at the College for 14 years, and was very warmly regarded by Members, Alumni, Governors and fellow Staff.

Too Hot To Handel at Goodenough College

This academic year's operatic offering will be two performances of "Too Hot to Handel" (originally devised and directed by College Member Emma Rivlin) on the evenings of 15 and 16 April 2015 in the Great Hall of London House.

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