The Oxford Round Table is now in it's 20th year of sessions to consider public policy issues bearing on education in the United States, the United Kingdom, and other selected countries. The Round Table has a close working relationship with Harris Manchester College, where it maintains an office in college.
Invitees to Round Tables are determined based on several criteria, among which are nominations by earlier attendees, courses that invitees teach, their presentations and writings, and their professional involvement in a relevant area of interest. An attempt is also made to diversify as to the type of institution, public or private, and to involve institutions representing different levels of education, i.e., schools, community colleges, four-year colleges, graduate and research universities.
The Oxford Round Table staff is at work long before the sessions are held at various university and college locations in the UK to invite speakers and attendees. Speakers and presenters for our Round Tables include, but are not limited to:
- Government Official
- Business Leaders
- Presidents & Chancellors of Universities and Colleges
- School Leaders
- Religious Leaders
Following the Round Table sessions, we want to know what attendees say about the sessions. Here you will find many attendee letters received from previous sessions.
Thank you to all our session leaders during this past year and to all those who attended the Round Tables. We appreciate your letters and the opportunity to have worked with you!. We look forward to the upcoming Round Tables!