St Hilda’s shortlisted for Civic Trust Award
We are delighted to reach the regional finals of the Civic Trust Awards following the recent development of the main College site. The new Pavilion and Anniversary Building have been incredible additions to St Hilda’s, fitting in seamlessly with their riverside setting and transforming the heart...
Thanks to Neil Hyatt (Head of Buildings & Projects) on his retirement
Last week, St Hilda’s bade a fond farewell to Head of Buildings & Projects, Neil Hyatt, who retired after five years at the College. During his time here, Neil managed a number of important building developments for St Hilda’s, including, most recently, the Anniversary Building and Pavilion...
Congratulations to Professor Margaret MacMillan OM CC CH FRSL FRSC FBA FRCGS
His Majesty King Charles III has made six new appointments to the Order of Merit. The individuals who have been honoured were chosen by Queen Elizabeth II in the summer.
Appointments to the Order are made in recognition of distinguished service to the Armed Forces, science, art,...
St Hilda's Giving Day is back!
On 10–11 November we invite the whole St Hilda’s community – students, staff, Senior Members and friends – to take part in Giving Day: a series of challenges and activities to raise funds for our most urgent priorities. Over the course of 36 hours, we will encourage as many people as possible to...
St Hilda’s new residences in central Oxford will greatly benefit students with reduced energy levels or disabilities that limit their ability to walk longer distances.
Students in wheelchairs are already well catered for by the excellent disabled access rooms in the recently opened Anniversary Building on the College’s main site. Most have electric wheelchairs and can get between places in Oxford relatively easily.
But a group...
Forum for Therapeutic Innovation brings scientists from academia, healthcare and industry to St Hilda’s
The Forum for Therapeutic Innovation, based at St Hilda’s College, and led by St Hilda’s Fellows James Fullerton and Duncan Richards, held a symposium in October: Embracing the challenge: controlled human infection and immune stimulation in drug...
Black History Month: St Hilda’s celebrates diversity and inclusion
Principal Professor Dame Sarah Springman said: “St Hilda’s College has equality and excellence as core principles and we are committed to promoting diversity and inclusion through our activities all year round. In Black History Month, we feel it is important to reflect on the achievements of...
Hildegard Prizewinner for 2022
Sasha completed a History doctorate at St Hilda’s and is History Innovation Fund Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
St Hilda’s College secures long-term goal of housing all its undergraduates with £18 million purchase of two Oxford properties
The purchase of the buildings, 38 St Giles’ and 11 Norham Gardens, was officially completed on Friday 7 October for a combined £18 million, and the first students are already moving in.
Once fully refurbished, the properties will provide more than 80 rooms, enough when added to the...
Professor Martyn Harry 50-50 CD launch / French Television Broadcast
Saturday 24th September sees the world premiere of three new compositional works by Professor Martyn Harry – STAB, Courante & Sarabande and Pastorale – at the Ambronay Festival in France, with simultaneous live broadcast of the pieces on French television.
Gaudy 2022 – A weekend of celebration, discovery and (re)connection
The weekend comprised five reunion events for Senior Members celebrating their 10th, 40th, 50th, 55th and 65th reunions, as well as a series of fascinating talks in the JdP and tours of the College’s beautiful new buildings and gardens.