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Professor Margaret MacMillan is appointed as Academic Trustee of the Imperial War Museum

15th February 2019

Our alumna and Honorary Fellow, Professor Margaret MacMillan (Politics, 1966), on her appointment as Academic Trustee...

Women in Britain: Voices and Perspectives from Twentieth Century History by Janet Howarth is published

12th February 2019

Women in Britain: Voices and Perspectives from Twentieth Century History by our Emeritus Fellow, Janet Howarth, has been published by Bloomsbury. This anthology of original sources, accompanied by a state-of-the-art bibliography, illustrates patterns of continuity and change in women's...

Amber Sparks is Oxford Student Union's VP–Women Elect for 2019–20

12th February 2019

Amber Sparks (History, 2016), has been elected as Oxford SU's Vice President–Women for 2019–20.

Chaplain's Chat with Anneliese Dodds at St Hilda's College

Anneliese Dodds MP was our guest at St Hilda's Chaplain's chat

1st February 2019

On the snowy evening of 1 February, Anneliese Dodds (PPE, 1998), MP for Oxford East and Shadow Minister for the Treasury, was our guest at Hilary Term's Chaplain's Chat. ...

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Construction Updates

29th January 2019

Archaeological excavations and recordings were carried out under the guidance of the County Archaeologist in December 2018, after which reduced-level excavations began. Foundation piling and work on the river wall began in January 2019. The river wall has now been removed and permanent sheet...

Lyse Doucet gave the Sue Lloyd-Roberts Memorial Lecture: 'Journalism in Crisis – What Would Sue do?'

Lyse Doucet gave the Sue Lloyd-Roberts Memorial Lecture: 'Journalism in Crisis – What Would Sue do?'

28th January 2019

St Hilda's College is proud to honour our alumna and award-winning BBC journalist, Sue-Lloyds Roberts CBE, with a lecture series that was established in her memory in 2017.

'Men and Masculinities in the Sagas of Icelanders' by Gareth Lloyd Evans is published by OUP

26th January 2019
Professor Peter Hacker, Dr Val McDermid, Professor Daniel Whiting, Professor Lucy Bowes

Criminality and the Brain was our Hilary Term 'Brain and Mind' workshop topic

26th January 2019

In each of our series of interdisciplinary workshop in the 'Brain and Mind - from Concrete to Abstract' series, experts from different disciplines approach the subject from their disciplinary perspective, showing the complex and multidimensional nature of the subject matter. 

Ed David is 2019 OURFC Men’s Blues Captain

16th January 2019

Ed David (Medicine, 2014) has been elected as the 2019 OURFC Men’s Blues Captain

Ed's new role starts immediately. He will lead the Men’s Blues in an exciting year for the club. Their 150th Anniversary celebrations begin in...

Science Poetry Competition for under 18s

11th January 2019

St Hilda's College is hosting a Science Poetry competition as part of SciPo 2019. SciPo, a meeting of Science and Poetry led by our Emeritus Research Fellow Dr Sarah Watkinson, is now in its fourth year.

The Glitsch Group publish research identifying an important protein that could detect the pathological changes leading to disease in 'Current Biology'

8th January 2019

Research by the Glitsch Group, headed by our Tutorial Fellow in Medicine, Dr Maike Glitsch, has identified an important protein that could detect the pathological changes leading to disease. Their paper, "Coincidence...

Undergraduate Engineering research contributes to developing a sustainable irrigation project in Tanzania

8th January 2019

As part of her undergraduate studies at St Hilda’s, Kirsty Gouck (Engineering, 2016), spent eight weeks in the summer of 2018 working for the Nasio Trust in Oldonyosambu Village, North Tanzania. Kirsty was responsible for researching and...

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