The last two years have been incredibly difficult– whether due to home-schooling children, suffering loneliness during lockdown, or rapidly adapting to remote work and study.
However, the University community has shown remarkable resilience, and responded positively in the face of these challenges.
Staff and students give their reflections on working and studying during the pandemic, and how they plan to build on their experience.
Former medical student
DPhil Research Assistant
Medical Sociology & Health
Experiences Research Group
Theology & Religion student
Domestic Bursar at University College
Chair of the Domestic Bursars’ Committee
Professor of Infectious Diseases
Nuffield Department of Medicine
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