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Professor Charlie Stagg has been awarded a Wellcome Senior Research Fellowship

11th January 2022

Professor Charlie Stagg, Director of Studies for Pre-clinical Medicine and Lecturer in Medicine at St Hilda's, has been awarded a ...

Our Principal-Elect, Professor Sarah Springman, has been made a Dame Commander in the New Year Honours list.

1st January 2022

Many congratulations to our Principal-Elect, Professor Sarah Springman, who has been made a Dame Commander in the New Year Honours list. 

Deborah in the Rose Garden at St Hilda's College

St Hilda's Gardens in Winter

22nd December 2021

As we near the end of the year, our Gardens Team continue to work hard on the newly transformed grounds that we have so enjoyed this year.

Rachel Fairhurst is awarded the Turville-Petre Prize by the Viking Society for Northern Research

Rachel Fairhurst is awarded the Turville-Petre Prize by the Viking Society for Northern Research

14th December 2021

Our alumna, Rachel Fairhurst (English, 2018), has been awarded the 2021 Turville-Petre Prize by the ...

Title of Professor awarded to St Hilda's Fellows

9th December 2021

Our Tutorial Fellow in Ancient History and Domestic Fellow, Katherine Clarke, Tutorial Fellow in Engineering, David Howey, and Fellow of St...

Carols on the Pavilion Stairs at St Hilda's

Carols on the Pavilion Stairs at St Hilda's

3rd December 2021

'Carols on the Stairs' has been a tradition at St Hilda's College since the 1940s, taking place on and around the staircase of South Foyer. This year, we merged the old with the new by enjoying carols sung by our choir around the stairs of our new Pavilion, overlooking the river Cherwell. This...

Dr Georgina Paul, Meryem Kalayci,  Ajahn Amaro and guest in the Sanctuary, St Hilda's College

Ceremony of offering the Buddha-image takes place in the Sanctuary

29th November 2021

St Hilda's College community welcomed Ajahn Amaro for the ceremony of offering the Buddha-image for our multi-faith space, the Sanctuary. 

Ajahn Amaro, a Theravāda Buddhist monk and teacher and abbot of the Amaravati Buddhist Monastery was introduced by our Chaplain, Meryem Kalayci, and...

Professor Julia Yeomans is awarded the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Lennard-Jones Lectureship 2021

24th November 2021

Professor Julia Yeomans, our Tutorial Fellow in Physics and Acting Vice Principal and Head of the Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics in the Department of Physics, has been awarded the Royal Society of...

Joanna Rose, Honorary Fellow of St Hilda's, has died

Joanna Rose, Honorary Fellow of St Hilda's, has died

17th November 2021

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Honorary Fellow, Joanna Rose (English, 1952), on 13 November. Joanna Rose was the founding Chair and driving force in establishing the American Friends of St Hilda’s in January 1989.

St Hilda's College flying the flag on Founder's Day

St Hilda's celebrates Founder's Day

17th November 2021

Today we celebrate Founder's Day and the College flag is flying to mark the occasion!

Dorothea Beale founded St Hilda's as an Oxford Hall to enable women to continue their education. The Hall opened  in 1893 with seven students.

Dorothea Beale named the College after St Hilda (614...

The Ancestrally Inclusive Musculoskeletal Atlas Network and chief investigator, Dr Sarah Snelling, win Chan Zuckerberg Initiative funding to build a globally inclusive ​​​cellular atlas of musculoskeletal tissues

17th November 2021

Dr Sarah Snelling, Associate Professor at NDORMS and Biomedicine Stipendiary lecturer at St Hilda’s College, has been awarded $2 million of funding from the...

'Tastes of Honey' by Selina Todd is among the Guardians best paperbacks of the month

12th November 2021

Tastes of Honey: The Making of Shelagh Delaney and a Cultural Revolution by our Tutorial Fellow in History, Professor Selina Todd, is among the best paperbacks of the month recommended by the Guardian in November.

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