Developing a Christian Mind (DCM) at Oxford is led by Donald Hay (Emeritus Fellow of Jesus College/Department of Economics, Founding Head, Social Sciences Division), Ard Louis (Professor of Theoretical Physics), and Mary Louis (Senior Research Fellow, Oxford's Said Business School). Sir Andrew Dilnot is Chair of the Advisory Board.
Dr Robert Heimburger co-ordinates the Developing a Christian Mind conferences and leads the Christians in Academia formation group. Claire Shuttleworth co-ordinates the administration of the Developing a Christian Mind conferences. Oulfemi (Femi) Awe is this year's postgraduate volunteer assisting us with conference promotion.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Biochemistry
Support from Senior Academics
The following senior members of the university have given their full support to the Developing a Christian Mind programme:
Professor Nigel Biggar, Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology; Director of the McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics, and Public Life; Christ Church, Oxford
Professor Katherine Blundell, Professor of Astrophysics; St John’s College, Oxford
Professor Stephen Blundell, Professor of Physics; Mansfield College, Oxford
Professor Andrew Briggs, Professor of Nanomaterials; St Anne’s College, Oxford
Sir Andrew Dilnot, Warden of Nuffield College, Oxford
Professor Timothy Endicott, Professor of Legal Philosophy; former Dean of the Law Faculty; Balliol College, Oxford
Donald Hay, former Head of the Division of Social Sciences; Emeritus Fellow and Tutor in Economics, Jesus College
Professor Alister McGrath, Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University; Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion
Professor Ewan McKendrick, Former University Registrar; Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford
Professor Stephen Tuck, Professor of Modern History; former Director of the Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH); Pembroke College, Oxford
Dr Ralph Walker, former Head of the Humanities Division; Emeritus Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy, Magdalen College, Oxford