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BAFTAs nominations for St Hilda's Alumnae

10th June 2020

The best British TV of 2019 nominations for the Bafta Television Awards include television programmes directed and written by two of St Hilda's alumnae.

The Family Secret, a True Vision Yorkshire film directed by Anna Hall (English, 1987), has received a nomination for Best Single...

St Hilda's College Reflective Prayer Service Trinity Term

St Hilda's Reflective Prayer Services

5th June 2020

Our former Chaplain, Canon Brian Mountford, and St Hilda's team of chapel wardens shared weekly virtual Reflective Prayer Services throughout Trinity Term 2020.

Please take a look at their 6th week Prayer Service, to hear readings, music from our...

Professor Catherine Schenk authors a chapter in the Bank for International Settlements' new publication to mark its 90th anniversary

3rd June 2020

The Bank for International Settlements marked its 90th anniversary with a new book on its history since 1973. The book includes contributions from six eminent authors, including our Professorial Fellow in Economic and Social History,...

St Hilda's Student, Beth Eames, is awarded a bp Scholarship

3rd June 2020

First-year student, Beth Eames (Engineering Science, 2019), has been awarded a bp scholarship

The scholarship programme is available at eight universities, including Oxford, to students of...

Fran Woodcock wins a Telegraph Lockdown Award

3rd June 2020

Fran Woodcock, former student (Classics, 2004) and now our Alumnae Relations and Communications Manager, has been climbing Ben Nevis from her living room, while wearing various homemade costumes, to raise money for Shine Cancer Support, a national...

'Postcards from St Hilda's' about life in lockdown by staff and students

2nd June 2020

As we navigate this virtual Trinity Term, St Hilda’s Fellows, tutors, students, and staff are sharing their experience of life in lockdown from the perspective of their working but also their wider lives, in this series of blog 'postcards'.

St Hilda's alumnus, Rupert Stuart-Smith, is awarded the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) 2020 Alfred Steers Dissertation Prize

27th May 2020

Rupert Stuart-Smith (Geography, 2016) has been awarded the Alfred Steers Dissertation Prize by the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers). The Alfred Steers Dissertation prize is awarded to the best undergraduate dissertation in a UK geography department.

St Hilda's alumna, Lamis Hamdi, wins a Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity Award

23rd May 2020

The Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity Awards celebrate the strength of commitment to equality and diversity at Oxford and recognise individuals and groups who have inspired others, demonstrated leadership and made a difference to equality and diversity in the University’s working, learning and social...

COVID-19 Message from the Principal

22nd May 2020

Dear Members and Friends of St Hilda’s,

We are aware that the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation makes for an anxious time for many members of our community, especially those who have pre-existing health conditions, family members in high-risk groups, or friends and family in other affected...

Rachel McLean Prize 2020

Kamran Sharifi wins the 2020 Rachel McLean Award

21st May 2020
Kamran Sharifi wins the 29th (and the first virtual) Rachel McLean award. JCR Secretary, Alyssa Cho, describes the process for this unusual Trinity Term. 

Many aspects of College life have had to to be carried out remotely this term and the 29th Rachel McLean Prize is no different. The...

Our Principal, Professor Sir Gordon Duff, speaks to the World Healthcare Journal about the fight against COVID-19

18th May 2020

Professor Sir Gordon Duff spoke to World Healthcare Journal Editor and St Hilda's alumna, Sarah Cartledge, about the importance of UK strengths in the fight against COVID-19.

St Hilda's College Staff Supporting the NHS

11th May 2020

Our Conference and Events Manager, Sarah Brett, has been making scrubs for NHS staff in local hospitals. On hearing from a friend that their staff were short of scrubs and PPE in general, she sourced fabric and patterns, and got started, along side a small group of women in the local area. Well...

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