St Hilda's new college van reduces our carbon footprint
4th November 2020
As part of St Hilda's drive towards sustainability and reducing vehicle emissions, our newly leased College van is an all-electric Volkswagen Transporter. This, together with our recent investment in battery powered gardening equipment means that we are reducing both noise and emissions on...
Reading English Verse in Manuscript c.1350-c.1500 by our alumnus, Dr Daniel Sawyer, has been published by Oxford University Press
3rd November 2020
Reading English Verse in Manuscript c.1350-c.1500 by our alumnus, Dr Daniel Sawyer (English, 2011), has been published by Oxford University Press. Dr Sawyer held the the Jeremy Griffiths Memorial Studentship in the History of the Book while a postgraduate student at St Hilda's College. He is...
Oxford to trial new COVID-19 test for individuals without symptoms
29th October 2020
The Government, within its 'Operation Moonshot', invited two universities, Oxford and Durham to take part in feasibility studies of a self-administered, low-cost, rapid-result test for coronavirus SARS-2.
St Hilda's alumnus, Benjamin Shelley, has won The Walton Prize for the Strategic Business Management Exam
29th October 2020
Our alumnus, Benjamin Shelley (Economics and Management, 2015) has won The Walton Prize for the Strategic Business Management Exam for scoring the highest mark globally in the exam sitting. The exam is one of the final three exams of the ACA qualification, this is the chartered accountancy...
Professor Duncan Richards is working to support the University's and the UK's efforts to tackle COVID-19
21st October 2020
Professor Duncan Richards, Climax Professor of Clinical Therapeutics, leads Oxford’s COVID Clinical Trial Planning Group, which has been charged with ensuring coordination of COVID clinical research to maximise...
Find out about life at Oxford University 100 years ago with a centenary-old social media takeover!
20th October 2020
Join us as we travel back in time to the Oxford of a century ago, with Margot Collinson (St Hilda's, 1917-1921) as our guide! Follow Margot's takeover to learn about the life of a 1920s hildabeast, from Monday 19 October, on Instagram and...
Professor Catherine Schenk is awarded a grant by the European Research Council, and publishes her book, 'Deutsche Bank: The Global Hausbank 1870-2020'
16th October 2020
Professor Catherine Schenk, Professorial Fellow in Economic and Social History, has been awarded a Euro2.4 million grant from the European Research Council under their Advanced Grant scheme for a 5-year project to identify and analyse the international network of correspondent banking...