The Curiosity Carnival offers a chance to find out what research is really all about, meet researchers, ask questions and discover how research affects and changes all our lives.
St Hilda's is proud to be part of Maggie's Culture Crawl Oxford, on 29 September 2017. The College will be one of the stops on an eight-mile fundraising walk that will also take in Modern Art Oxford, Oxford Castle UNLOCKED, and Tap Social Movement, before finishing at Maggie's Oxford
Gustav Mahler: A Life in Song Part I: Saturday 14 October, 11am-3pm, Part II: Saturday 21 October, 11am-3pm | £20/day (incl. coffee on arrival)
The 'Brain and Mind' series of interdisciplinary workshops look at brain-related issues from the point of view of neuroscience, psychology, clinical medicine and philosophy. They cover topics as diverse as schizophrenia, music, and bilingualism. The workshops are aimed at a broad audience, including fellow academics, students and the general public.
Senior Members who matriculated in 2010 and received a BA or BFA degree are now eligible to receive the Oxford Master of Arts, so we hope that many of you will return to College for this celebration. We also invite those who have graduated with a four-year undergraduate Master’s degree and are not eligible to receive the MA to attend the Reunion. Your tutors will be invited to join you for the drinks reception. 12.30pm for 1pm - Drinks Reception and Lunch