Oliver Rackham Society Annual Lecture and Dinner
Booking for this event is now open.
The Oliver Rackham Society is very excited to announce the return of its annual lecture and dinner on Saturday 20 April.
17:30 – The Oliver Rackham Society Annual Lecture will be delivered by Corpus alumna Professor Amanda Vincent, a former PhD student at Corpus. Amanda's career has been focussed on ocean conservation, with a particular interest in seahorses, being the first to document the extensive trade in these fishes and the first to initiate a seahorse conservation project being a co-founder of Project Seahorse, a leader in marine conservation. In 2023, Amanda was awarded the Dawkins Prize for Conservation and Animal Welfare from Balliol College, University of Oxford in recognition of her achievements.
18:45 – Drinks reception in the OCR
19:30 – Dinner in Hall
The dress code is black tie/evening attire; no gowns to be worn.
Bookings will close on Friday 5 April 2023, at noon.
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