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St Hilda's student, Emma Teworte, wins the Gibbs Prize for Best Performance in a Joint School with History

13th August 2020

Emma Teworte (History and Politics, 2017) has graduated with first class honours, coming top in History and Politics. Emma's performance in her History papers also won her the Gibbs Prize for Best Performance in a...

Watch the DANSOX (Dance Scholarship Oxford) Summer School Guest Lectures on YouTube

27th July 2020

Following our 2020 DANSOX Virtual Summer School, we held a Roundtable Discussion discuss the themes of the lectures by experts on the Life and work of Paul Taylor (1930-2018) and on New Scholarship on Dance: Text and Practice.   

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Talks from past St Hilda's events still available to view

25th July 2020

Catch up with some of our past events here by watching the recorded sessions.

St Hilda's Garden Party 

Recorded greeting from the Principal, Sir Gordon Duff

iLoF, co-founded by our alumna, Dr Mehak Mumtaz, has won Microsoft Female Founders Competition

24th July 2020

Oxford Foundry start up company iLoF, co-founded by COO Mehak Mumtaz (Biochemistry, 2016), CTO Joana Paiva and CSO Paula Sampaio, iLoF (Intelligent Lab on Fiber), is one of the winners of the second Microsoft Female Founders Competition. iLoF is using AI to build a cloud-based library of disease...

Kirsty Gouck wins the Department of Engineering Science's award for Best Overall Poster

Kirsty Gouck wins the Department of Engineering Science's award for Best Overall Poster

20th July 2020

Our recent graduate, Kirsty Gouck (Engineering Science, 2016), has been awarded one of the prizes for best 4th year undergraduate project posters by the Department of Engineering Science....

Masculinities in Old Norse Literature, co-edited by Dr Gareth Lloyd Evans, is published

17th July 2020

Masculinities in Old Norse Literature, edited by our Lecturer in English, Dr Gareth Lloyd Evans and Jessica Clare Hancock, has been published...

Dr Charlotte Cooper's article, 'City of Ladies: Modern artists are redefining a 15th-century call to arms by an early French feminist', is in The Conversation

9th July 2020

Dr Charlotte Cooper, our lecturer in French and specialist in the medieval period, has published the article, City of Ladies: Modern artists are redefining a 15th-century call to arms by an early French feminist in The...

Dr Lorraine Wild receives the Social Sciences Divisional Teaching Excellence Award

8th July 2020

Dr Lorraine Wild has received the Social Sciences Divisional Teaching Excellence Award (Outstanding Achievement). The Outstanding Achievement award is reserved for individuals who have demonstrated high quality and sustained...

Update on Transforming St Hilda's Site

1st July 2020

We anticipate that our new boundary building and riverside pavilion will be complete in the autumn of this year. We look forward to welcoming our new and returning students and staff, visitors, and friends of St Hilda's to them in Michaelmas Term. 

Joana Baptista receives the Diana Award

St Hilda's student, Joana Baptista, is honoured with the Diana Award

1st July 2020

Joana Baptista (Economics and Management, 2019), has received the Diana Award for going above and beyond in her daily life to create and sustain positive change. Established in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, the Award is given out by the charity of...

Listen to 'Tackling the Pandemic', a podcast by Sir Gordon Duff and Professor Duncan Richards with the Bank of Singapore

Listen to 'Tackling the Pandemic', a podcast by Sir Gordon Duff and Professor Duncan Richards with the Bank of Singapore

29th June 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a human tragedy with high fatalities and lasting effects on the global economy. Our Principal, Professor Sir Gordon Duff, and...

St Hilda's Virtual Garden Party

The recorded sessions from St Hilda's Garden Party are still available to watch

29th June 2020

Thank you to our speakers and everyone who joined us for our virtual Garden Party.

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