We’ll be showing you how to shake that mixer, and you’ll have a chance to flex your mental muscles and make new friends in several thrilling rounds of quizzes! We look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible.
Ingredients list: TO BE ANNOUNCED
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With the height of summer upon us, we hope everyone’s staying suitably cool and hydrated (and socially distanced, of course). Next in our series of virtual Oxford10 events is a cooking masterclass led by none other than our Vice-President, Maggie Ewen!
How does it work? Before the event, we’ll share the recipes on our website (see below), and you’ll get all the listed ingredients prior to the event.
On the day itself, we’ll cook the meal together and see how similar or different the end results are!
For this episode of ‘Masterchef Ox10’, we’ll be having a delicious summer salad to start, followed by baked salmon, and finally no-bake cookies to top the meal off with dessert.
Summer salad: 1 red pepper (yellow pepper is fine too), a handful of watercress, 1 avocado, 1 teaspoon of mustard (preferably grainy mustard but dijon is ok too), 3 tablespoons of olive oil, 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, a small bowl to make the dressing, a bowl to mix everything together
Baked salmon: Salmon fillet (1-2 slices), a frying pan, some olive oil
No-bake cookies: 1/2 cup butter (unsalted) (~113.5g), 1/2 cup milk (dairy or non dairy milk) (~122g), 2 cups of sugar (~ 320g), 1/4 cup cacao powder (~ 21.5g), 1/2 cup almond butter (also works with peanut butter) (~ 125 g), 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract (optional), 3 cups of rolled oats (243g) (if you are gluten free, please make sure to use gluten free oats!), a stove, a saucepan, baking sheet, and some parchment paper
Brief Are the premises from which we approach the subject of exponential technological development still appropriate, or are we moving into a completely new dimension that also requires new moral concepts? The Liberal Arts are a useful means of doing this – provided that they discuss values not as a starting point but as a possible outcome of the debate. In other words, provided that they facilitate academic debate in an objective and open manner.
About the author Lennart is Managing Director of the Leadership Excellence Institute Zeppelin. The Institute – which is affiliated with Zeppelin University, a private German university near Lake Constance – is one of Germany’s foremost leadership-research institutions, collaborating with major players in business, politics, and civil society. Before his current position, Lennart held a variety of managerial responsibilities in academia, focusing on technology transfer, entrepreneurship, development, and international strategy. Lennart started his career in the industry before taking up his D.Phil. in Modern Languages at Oxford (St. John’s) in 2004. A few years ago he initiated the OUS Lake Constance chapter which covers a large area across Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. Linkedin: https://de.linkedin.com/in/lennart-brand-b77b5581
Join us for a talk by Jonathan Black – Director, Careers Service & Internship Office, University of Oxford on September 8th 2020 at 6pm.
What does the future hold for new and recent graduates? Are all the old career plans unusable or can everyone carry on with minor adjustments? Where to place the bets for future success and how to prepare for the new world?
In this talk, Jonathan Black, Director of the University Careers Service and author of the regular Dear Jonathan column in the Financial Times, will consider the landscape before us, place some bets on the future, reveal how employers assess candidates, and suggest ways that recent graduates and benefit from the pandemic-driven upheaval. There’ll be ample chance for questions.
Jonathan Black has been Director of the Careers Service at Oxford University since 2008 after a broad career including in blue-chip management consultancy, international academic publishing, and co-founding a successful medical publishing start-up.
In his current role at the Careers Service, Jonathan coaches students one-to-one with careers advice, runs workshops and seminars for groups of undergraduates and postgraduates, trains colleagues, and devises new and innovative programmes that provide hands-on experiences for students. He works with senior academics to explore how the Careers Service can support academic work, presents at seminars and conferences in the UK, Europe, Australia, South Africa, and the USA, and runs research programmes on what is required in order to secure a graduate-level job.
Jonathan writes the fortnightly, ‘Dear Jonathan’ column for readers’ careers questions in the Financial Times, and produced three short careers videos for the FT in July 2018 and anchored six 10-minute FT/YouTube careers videos launched in April 2019. His recent book, ‘How to find the Career you’ve always wanted’ was described by Baroness Gillian Shephard as, ‘One of the most practical and comprehensible career guides ever produced.’
Outside the Careers Service, Jonathan is Chair of the Oxford Hub charity promoting social enterprise and volunteering for students across Oxfordshire, is a Governor of Queen Anne’s School, Caversham, and member of the Oxford Alumni Society Board.
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