Following the success of the inaugural SMCS lecture last October, the Society invites members, guests, and all members of both the St Mary’s College and broader university community to our second annual SMCS Lecture, to be held in the Kenworthy Hall on Tuesday 6th November 2018.
This year’s lecture is, ‘‘The Rich Entanglement of Science and Religion, a Fresh Appraisal’ and the Speaker is Professor Tom McLeish FRS, who has recently departed from Durham University to become Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Department of Physics at the University of York.
Professor McLeish has varied research interests, as detailed here, and is a long-standing friend of the college, having been a member of the SCR for many years and a supporter of the college community.
Refreshments will be provided on the evening and booking is not required. Please come along, and bring friends/family to what will be a fascinating lecture.
The SMCS Committee
The inaugural SMCS Annual Lecture will take place in the Kenworthy Hall of St Mary’s College at 2030 on Tuesday 24th October 2017.
Professor Nancy Cartwright will deliver a lecture entitled:
‘Evidence and Policy: Why ‘What Works’ Doesn’t Work’
This promises to be a most fascinating and timely examination of thought and logical thinking, particularly against the backdrop of the world in 2017.
There is no need to book and all members are welcome, along with their friends, family and other guests. Refreshments will be provided on the night.
With best wishes,
The 2017 annual newsletter is now published on this site and can be found here. Happy reading and we hope to see many members in September at the Reunion.
Please find the Christmas supplement to our annual newlsletter here.
We hope you enjoy this festive content and look forward to sharing news of developments in relation to the exciting new reunion plans and also a revised newsletter in the new year.
We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Vice President SMCS
Dear Members (and visitors),
The Society’s annual newsletter has now been published and can be read here. We hope you all enjoy the content and especially have a close look at the reunion information, for which places are still available for booking. Full details can be found here.
We hope to see many of you in September and welcome any and all thoughts concerning the newsletter and all other Society activities.
SMCS Vice President
The 2016 newsletter will publish in early August 2016. We invite all members to submit items of interest for inclusion. Even the smallest and seemingly most inconsequential memory can spark the minds of others and bring back happy memories, so please do submit anything and everything!
Send items to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please find the 2015 Christmas supplement to the annual newsletter here.
We hope you enjoy this seasonal offering.
St Mary’s College Society Committee
Dear Members and current students,
We are delighted that the 2014-15 newsletter is now published online and with paper copies being delivered presently. We hope you all enjoy this publication and invite any and all to contribute stories and news for next year’s.
Separately, the Book Fund opened for applications on the 9th November and will remain open until the 30th. All current Mary’s students are eligible; please visit the Book Fund page for more details.
St Mary’s College Society Committee
The menu for the 2015 St Mary’s College Society Reunion Dinner has been announced!
Toasted butter brioche with sautéed wild mushrooms, poached hens eggs and hollandaise sauce
Marinated char grilled lamb rump with a polenta chips, confit tomatoes, asparagus and sauce verge
Chargrilled polenta with confit tomatoes, asparagus, tender stem brocolli and chive beurre blanc
White chocolate mousse with macerated strawberries and strawberry ice cream
Local cheese with grapes, celery and biscuits
Coffee and Tea
The Reunion Dinner is a part of the Reunion Weekend 2015, set for 11th – 13th September. Click here for information on how to book.
The date for the 2015 reunion has been set for 11th-13th September. Find out more details here