The Life of Daniel Lucas Oxford
Daniel’s research marries civil engineering with organisational theory to gain an insight into how organisations coordinate to construct and manage infrastructure amid complexity. He also studies how political turmoil influences state ecosystem support for entrepreneurs, researchers, and innovators.
Jeffree Star took to social media in order to mourn his friend Daniel Lucas Oxford who passed away after an extended battle against stage 4 cancer.
Early Life and Education
Daniel is currently studying his second year at Magdalen College and the first person from his family to ever attend university. As well as being the first in his family to do so, Daniel serves as an UNIQ and Sutton Trust ambassador, a participant of Opportunity Oxford’s cohort program, founding board member of Potential Plus UK’s founding board and expert panel member of Potential Plus UK as a founding board member and an expert panelist as well as playing power forward on Oxford Men’s Basketball Team.
He specializes in 18th and 19th-century English literature, with particular interests in reading history, book production history, textual criticism and interpretation, theories of authorship and genre, as well as theories regarding authorship and genre. His publications include articles and essays published with Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press and Palgrave Macmillan publishers as well as edited essay collections/anthologies published with these companies.
His contemporaries considered him an invaluable and helpful friend at all times, and had a high regard for his beautiful soul and skillful fighting ability.
Jeffree Star praised Beauty Killer despite all of its challenges, praising its amazing attitude and beautiful soul as well as commending its great fighter. Both were at the top of their respective professions when the film was released.
Daniel is an experienced teacher in strategic management and organisational theory, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programmes worldwide. Additionally, he offers customized teaching for the Rhodes Trust and Schwarzman Scholars Programme globally.
His research explores how organisations coordinate to build and manage infrastructure, taking into account national and subnational variations in institutions, heterogeneity in individual capabilities, reform attempts that transition infrastructure systems from one paradigm to the next, as well as ways in which public sector organisations and their constituents can better support entrepreneurialism, R&D, and innovation within these environments.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel Oxford has achieved great academic success over his academic career. Notably, he is an award-winning author with several books published under various subjects and an accomplished rowing coach who has taken Oxford University Boat Club crews to victory on fifteen separate occasions.
He won a silver medal at both World and Henley Championships as part of Tideway Scullers School (TSS), known for his keen analytical eye, understanding of crew psychology, and desire to win.
He was renowned as a gentleman of impeccable character who gave off an impression of having an exquisite soul. His contemporaries often refer to him as being useful and trustworthy friend at all times. By the time of his death he had reached the peak of his profession.
Daniel Lucas Oxford passed away from stage 4 cancer following an extended illness. A truly great man, Daniel touched many lives through his wisdom and kindness, leaving an indelible mark. A champion fighter who always had an upbeat outlook, Daniel will always be remembered fondly by all. He will be missed.
Owen’s first major work, Y dreflan (‘The Adventures of Gwen Tomos, Daughter of Wern-ddu’), achieved considerable acclaim at local eisteddfodau and provided modest financial security. A year later he published Profedigaethau Enoc Huws which shows increased authorial pride and arrogance; Owen was at the height of his profession at his death but also made many friends during that period.
He has been making waves in the acting industry for some time now and has earned much praise with both screen and stage performances. His talent is undeniable while also being well known as a good person who enjoys an impressive fan following.
Dan has served on various Boards and Committees, such as Vestry of Holy Innocents Episcopal School in Atlanta; Alexander-Tharpe Fund Board of Trustees for Georgia Tech; President and Board Member of Atlanta Apartment Association. Additionally he holds membership on both American Board of Directors of International Property Investors Association as well as Board of Trustees at Bank of North Georgia.
He was an avid book lover, devouring history in order to feel connected with great events and great people.