September 2004
The PMF recently announced the funding for a new Lecturership in Chinese business studies to be established at the Sad Business School, Oxford. The PMF laid the foundations for undergraduate business studies at Oxford University in 1991, on which the Sad Business School was developed.
A new initiative for Chinese Business Studies in Oxford
July 2011
October 2010
A junior fellowship in Chinese archeology at Merton College
Peter Moores Foundation has endowed a junior fellowship in Chinese archeology at Merton College, Oxford. Dr Roderick Campbell was elected as Peter Moores Research Fellow in Chinese Archaeology in October 2010 for a period of 3 years.

Dr Campbell will work as an independent researcher in any area of Chinese Archaeology he chooses but it is planned that off-site work will take place at Compton Verney where there is a Chinese collection which has been recognised as a collection of national importance.

For the last 15 or so years, while itinerantly living in Taiwan and China, Rod Campbell earned a B.A. from the University of Victoria in English and Chinese literature, an M.A. from the University of British Columbia in Ancient Chinese paleography and linguistics (oracle-bones and bronze inscriptions) and a Ph.D. from Harvard University in Anthropology and East Asian Languages and Civilizations.
New Peter Moores Dean to lead Sad Business School
Professor Peter Tufano took up his post on 1 July 2011 as the Peter Moores Dean of Oxford's Sad Business School.

Professor Hamilton, Vice Chancellor of the University of Oxford, commented:

To have such an eminent financial specialist and business school leader join us from Harvard is a great pleasure.

Peter has an outstanding academic reputation and a strong record of forging collaborations within a world-class University and beyond. These achievements, combined with his impressive teaching experience and commitment to use rigorous business research to improve business and regulatory practice, make him the ideal person to lead the School.

Professor Tufano said: I am thrilled to be asked to lead the Sad Business School and to be joining the Oxford community. Society faces many problems today, and business, as the economic engine of society, has a critical and constructive role to play in addressing many of them. The world looks to leading business schools for innovative ideas that inform action, and for well-trained and principled graduates.

Sad Business School - a young, entrepreneurial school within one of the worlds finest Universities - is well positioned to excel on both of these dimensions.

The School has been extraordinarily successful since it was established in 1996: it has a very highly-regarded undergraduate programme, one of the top MBA programmes in the UK which attracts people from all over the world, and a well-established and innovative suite of programmes for executives. It is served by an outstanding faculty, and attracts some of the most able and committed students internationally. I am greatly looking forward to building upon this success, working with my new colleagues at the School and in the broader University to produce powerful ideas and outstanding graduates to strengthen both business and society.