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'Inflammatory Stroke Extracellular Vesicles Induce Macrophage Activation', a paper co-authored by Dr Yvonne Couch, has published in 'Stroke' journal

26th May 2017

Congratulations to Dr Yvonne Couch, our Junior Research Fellow in Medicine. Dr Couch is senior author of the paper Inflammatory Stroke Extracellular Vesicles Induce Macrophage Activation, which has published in ‘Stroke’, the...

St Hilda's Choir marked Ascension Day by singing hymns and madrigals in our gardens

26th May 2017

St Hilda’s Choir marked Ascension Day on 25 May 2017 by singing Ascensiontide hymns and madrigals in our grounds outside South Building.

Ascension Day is when the Church celebrates the ascension of Christ into heaven and the end of his post-resurrection appearances. Its theological...

Tranforming our Site: View from Botanical Gardens concept design

Update on Transforming Our Site

20th May 2017

On 19 May 2017, 4pm - 8pm and 20 May 2017, 10am - 12pm, we will be holding a Public Exhibition to display our plans for transforming St Hilda's College site. This will take place in the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building Foyer. If you are unable to join us, you will find the information being...

Three Girls

Congratulations to our alumnae Philippa Lowthorpe and Nicole Taylor on the three-part drama 'Three Girls'.

15th May 2017

Congratulations to director Philippa Lowthorpe (Classics, 1980) and screen writer Nicole Taylor (Law, 1997) and everyone at Studio Lambert on their new series, 'Three Girls', which tells the story of three of the children wo were...

Girls' Schools Association appoints Vivienne Durham as its new Chief Executive

15th May 2017

Many congratulations to our alumna Vivienne Durham (English, 1979), who has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Girls' School Association, which represents the heads of many of the day...

Dr Dev Gangjee, OUSU Outstanding Tutor Award

Dr Dev Gangjee has won an Outstanding Pastoral Support Award at the OUSU Teaching Awards 2017.

12th May 2017

Many congratulations to Dr Dev Gangjee, Fellow and Tutor in Law at St Hilda's, who has won an Outstanding Pastoral Support Award at the Oxford University Student Union's ...

Sue Lloyd-Roberts's prompt cards for her speech, ' A report from a human rights reporter'

May's 'Treasure of the Month'

12th May 2017

In 2016, Nick Guthrie kindly donated to the College the papers of his wife, the prominent journalist and human rights campaigner Sue Lloyd-Roberts MBE [History and Modern Languages, 1970]. These fascinating documents, which are currently being catalogued, range from Sue’s school reports at...

Congratulations to James Russell on winning the Department of Engineering Science's prize for best biomedical engineering project.

11th May 2017

James Russell (MEng, 2013) had great success in the University of Oxford's Department of Engineering Science fourth-year project competition. James won the prize for best biomedical engineering project and second prize overall.

Many congratulations!

Andrew Hyslop has been awarded a Fozmula bursary.

11th May 2017

Our 3rd year Engineering student Andrew Hyslop has been awarded a Fozmula bursary by the Department of Engineering Science and UK-based sensor specialists, Fozmula Ltd. Fozmula bursaries are awarded to encourage talented...

Congratulations to our colleagues and all those who are shortlisted for Oxford University Students' Union Teaching Awards 2017.

11th May 2017

We are delighted to see that so many of our wonderful colleagues have been shortlisted for Oxford University Student Union's Teaching Awards 2017.

Outstanding Tutor Award:

The Sue Lloyd-Roberts Memorial Lecture at St Hilda's College with Lord Hall, Dr Georgina Paul and Nick Guthrie

Lord Hall of Birkenhead gave the first Sue Lloyd-Roberts Memorial Lecture on 26 April 2017.

11th May 2017

This annual lecture series has been established to celebrate the memory of our alumna and ground-breaking journalist, Sue Lloyd-Roberts MBE. Lord Hall of Birkenhead (Director General of the BBC) gave the first lecture, 'Human Rights - does anyone out there care?' on 26 April 2017. 

Congratulations to Alice Curry on being awarded the 2017 Kim Scott Walwyn Prize

11th May 2017

Our alumna and Founder of Lantana Publishing Alice Curry (English, 2002-05) has won the 2017 Kim Scott Walwyn Prize. The Prize recognises the...

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