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Professor Duncan Richards to lead Clinical Therapeutics at Oxford

19th November 2018

Professor Richards will join the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences at the Medical Sciences Division and St Hilda’s College in February 2019 to lead Oxford’s answer to a key global challenge – how to determine quickly which potential new therapies have...

Tom Giles wins the Diana Livesey Prize 2018 at St Hilda's College

Tom Giles (Economics & Management, 2017) has won the 2018 Diana Livesey (Rose) Prize.

19th November 2018

The Diana Livesey Prize was established in memory of our alumna Diana Livesey (née Rose, PPE 1958) by family and friends to endow a special fund in the College. The income from the fund is given annually to an...

Founder's Day 2018

19th November 2018

We held our annual Founder’s Day Service on the Wednesday closest to 17 November, St Hilda’s Day. Fellows, staff, students, alumnae and friends of the College processed along Oxford's High Street to the University Church of St Mary the Virgin.

Listen to Dr David Howey's podcast and find out why your phone batteries drain so quickly.

16th November 2018

One of the most common problems with smart phones is a quickly-draining battery. So why does our mobile phone battery suck? Oxford Sparks visited Dr David Howey, our Tutorial Fellow in Engineering and Associate Professor in...

'Epic Performances from the Middle Ages into the Twenty-First Century' is published by Oxford University Press

15th November 2018

Congratulations to our New Graduates!

10th November 2018

Many congratulations to everyone graduating from St Hilda's College today. We wish you every success in the future and hope that you will come back to see us soon.

Lady English Lecture 2018 - The Future of Equality: Global Perspectives.

The 2018 Lady English Lecture, ‘The Future of Equality: Global Perspectives', took place on 7 November 2018

8th November 2018

At the 2018 Lady English Lecture, ‘The Future of Equality: Global Perspectives’, we enjoyed insightful talks and discussion with our expert panelists, Professor Ian Goldin, Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Technological and Economic Change; Professor Sudhir Anand, Emeritus Professor of...

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Progress on Transforming St Hilda's Site

7th November 2018

Preparatory work for our new buildings by Beard Construction began in the summer of 2018. Our old Porters' Lodge closed for the final time and our Lodge Team is now welcoming visitors to our new Main Lodge on South Lawn and to Hall Lodge, a...

Laura Coppinger is St Hilda's 2018 Music Scholar

6th November 2018

St Hilda's Music Scholar for 2018 is soprano, Laura Coppinger (Music, 2016). Congratulations to Laura, whose performance of songs and arias by Handel, Brahms and Debussy impressed adjudicator Elizabeth Kenny.

Congratulations also to our Music Award winners, Thomas Carr (Music, 2017) -...

St Hilda's students are among the 2018 Laidlaw Scholars

1st November 2018

The Laidlaw Scholars Undergraduate Research & Leadership Programme was launched at the University of Oxford in 2016, building upon Lord Laidlaw’s visionary commitment to supporting...

'Prisons, Punishment, and the Family' is published by Oxford University Press

18th October 2018

Prisons, Punishment, and the Family: Towards a New Sociology of Punishment? edited by Dr Rachel Condry, Fellow of St Hilda's College and Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of Oxford, and Peter Scharff Smith, Professor in the Sociology of Law, Oslo University, is published by...

Charlotte Laycock narrates 'Know Your Oxford: a guided audio tour for new and prospective students'

16th October 2018

If you’ve just started studying at Oxford University or you’re thinking about applying, listening to Know Your Oxford will help you get to know the city. This guided tour for new and potential students is narrated by St Hilda's student, Charlotte Laycock (Medicine, 2015)....

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