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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...

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. 

St Hilda's and Corpus Christi Choirs join together to sing Choral Evensong

St Hilda's and Corpus Christi Choirs join together to sing Choral Evensong

8th May 2017

The combined choirs of St Hilda's and Corpus sang Choral Evensong on Sunday 7 May 2017 in Corpus Chapel, followed by a short address by our Chaplain Canon Brian Mountford.

Professor Alison Noble has been elected to a Fellowship of the Royal Society

5th May 2017

Many congratulations to Professor Alison Noble on her election to a Fellowship of the Royal Society on 5 May 2017....

Choral Evensong with the combined choirs of St Hilda's and Corpus Christi

5th May 2017

On Sunday 7 May, 5.45pm in Corpus Christi College, the combined choirs of St Hilda’s and Corpus will sing Choral Evensong, including Herbert Howells ‘Collegium Regale’ setting of the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis.

Our chaplain Canon Brian Mountford is the preacher. The service is open to...

This is Not a Rescue by Emily Blewitt

Emily Blewitt's first poetry collection 'This Is Not A Rescue', has been published by Seren Books

2nd May 2017

Congratulations to our alumna Emily Blewitt (English, 2004), who has published her first poetry collection 'This Is Not A Rescue' with Seren, Wales’ leading independent literary publisher.

‘Strong leadership needed for Brexit’: How will voters respond? asks Professor Petra Schleiter

21st April 2017

Professor Petra Schleiter, Fellow and Tutor in Politics at St Hilda's, draws on recent research to analyse how voters will react to Theresa May's decision to call a snap election on 8 June in this...

Congratulations to Professor Julia Yeomans who is part of a collaborative research project involving academia and the food industry to stimulate technological advances for healthy nutrition.

19th April 2017

“Developing multiscale models of digestion to enable targeted product solutions for nutrition and metabolic health” is a multidisciplinary research project that aims to stimulate technological advances to deliver healthy nutrition for consumers.

An article on the work of Professor Julia Yeomans and colleagues has been published in Nature

19th April 2017

'Topological defects in epithelia govern cell death and extrusion', was published in Nature on 13 April 2017 (Volume 544, pp 212-216).

Congratulations to Anna Hall, whose documentary 'Behind Closed Doors' has been nominated for a BAFTA for the best Single Documentary

11th April 2017

Our alumna and multi-award winning documentary Director/Producer Anna Hall (English 1987) produced and directed ‘Behind Closed Doors’ (True Vision Aire for BBC One), which has been nominated for a...

Denise Xifara is Enterprising Oxford's Entrepreneur of the Week.

7th April 2017

Congratulations to Denise Xifara, our alumna (2005-9 MMath – First class) and co-founder of Nupinion, an ethical big data company dedicated to improving media literary, is Enterprising Oxford's Entrepreneur of the Week.