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Variation and Contact in the Ancient Indo-European Languages: between Linguistics and Philology

Variation and Contact in the Ancient Indo-European Languages: between Linguistics and Philology

21st May 2018

We were delighted to welcome speakers and delegates to the conference, Variation and Contact in the Ancient Indo-European Languages: between Linguistics and Philology on 18 May 2018. The Joint Colloquia in Indo-European Linguistics was hosted by the Università di Pisa and the University of...

Principal’s Research Seminar, Trinity Term 2018, with Dr Linda Troeberg and Dr Stephen Wren

18th May 2018

The Principal began this term’s Research Seminar by introducing Dr Linda Troeberg, Associate Research Fellow in Medicine and Dr Stephen Wren, Associate...

Andrew Hyslop wins the Rolls-Royce prize for Thermofluids

18th May 2018

Andrew Hyslop (Engineering, 2014) was awarded the Rolls-Royce prize for Thermofluids during the University of Oxford Engineering Department's 44th Maurice Lubbock Memorial Lecture day. His supervisor for the project was...

Dean of York, the Very Reverend Vivienne Faull, has been appointed Bishop of Bristol

16th May 2018

The Very Reverend Vivienne Faull (History, 1974) will become the 57th Bishop of Bristol after being appointed by Her Majesty the Queen. Currently Dean of York Minster, she will be the...

The choirs of St Hilda's and Corpus Christi College

The choirs of St Hilda's and Corpus Christi College came together for a service on the first Sunday after Ascension

16th May 2018

St Hilda's College choir joined forces with the choir of Corpus Christi College on 13 May, the first Sunday after Ascension, in Corpus's beautiful chapel. We heard some joyous music, including Stanford’s Magnificant and Nunc Dimittis in G and Finzi’s wonderfully vibrant anthem, God is gone up....

St Hilda's wins Octopush Cuppers 2018

St Hilda's wins the Octopush Cuppers 2018

16th May 2018

Congratulations to our Octopush (Underwater Hockey) Team, who won Cuppers 2018, defeating New College 2-0 in the final on 12 May.

Dr Adam Caulton, invited guest at St Hilda's College Philosophy Symposium

Dr Adam Caulton was the invited speaker at our Philosophy Symposium

15th May 2018

We were delighted to welcome Dr Adam Caulton, Associate Professor, Clarendon University Lecturer, Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy at Balliol College, to St Hilda's College Philosophy Symposium. Dr Caulton specializes in the...

Success for UK team in PLANCKS 2018

14th May 2018

Leon Zaporski, (Physics, 2015) was in one of two teams that represented the UK in PLANCKS, a theoretical physics contest for undergraduate and master students

Three Girls wins BAFTA for best mini-series

'Three Girls' wins a BAFTA for best mini-series

14th May 2018

'Three Girls' (BBC Studios / Studio Lambert / BBC One), for which Philippa Lowthorpe (Classics, 1980) was the director and Nicole Taylor (Law, 1997) was the screen writer, has won the Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards Winners in...

Dr Rachel Condry wins O2RB 'Impact Champion Award'

Dr Rachel Condry is awarded the Impact Champion prize by O2RB

11th May 2018

Dr Rachel Condry, Fellow of St Hilda's College and Associate Professor, Centre for Criminology, was awarded a prize for ‘excellence in impact’ and the overall 'Impact Champion prize' by O2RB, a partnership of four universities...

Time and the Brain

Time and the Brain

11th May 2018

The latest in the popular St Hilda’s ‘Brain and Mind – from concrete to abstract’ series of workshops was 'Time and the Brain'. On 11 May 2018, three expert speakers addressed the topic from the points of views of neuroscience, psychology and philosophy, respectively.

Nita Watts, OBE, has died

11th May 2018

We were sad to learn of the death, at age 97, of Nita Watts, OBE. Miss Watts was Fellow and Tutor in Economics at St Hilda's from 1965 to 1981, and a Supernumerary Fellow from 1981. She served as Vice-Principal of the College from 1969-1981.

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