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Collection of baking outputs

When the lockdown started, the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology student and postdoc associations set up a virtual ‘social club’, where anyone in the department could suggest or organise social activities. They wanted to make sure that ‘physical distancing’ did not mean ‘social distancing’. The famous ‘Dunn School spirit’ did not disappoint, and from Dungeons and Dragons evenings to mid-morning coffee breaks, they have been able to keep the social soul of the department going in these testing times. One exciting new addition to their departmental social calendar has been ‘Come Dunn with me’, their new virtual cooking masterclasses. Read more about their baking efforts on the University of Oxford: Your Stories webpage.

‘I've discovered yet another creative way to consume carbs!’ - Dunn School baker

In the Medical Sciences Divisional Office, Adelyn Wise (Research Funding Manager), has been busy preparing for her baking demonstration, a session she is running for our virtual Christmas Party afternoon. The photos below show the fun involved in delivering a virtual baking class, both behind and in front of the camera!

The view from the camera (left) and the view behind the camera (right)