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Oxford partnership with the University of British Columbia promises to advance the field of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics

4th December 2019

On 1 October 2019, the University of Oxford and the University of British Columbia (UBC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding, committing to work together to develop a new generation of clinical research leaders who will transform the translation of novel therapies from laboratory to clinic.

St Hilda's students exceed their fundraising target for Movember

2nd December 2019

Congratulations to St Hilda's students, who raised over £8,000 for Movember, by far exceeding their target of £5,000.

Graduation Day at St Hilda's College, November 2019

St Hilda's College 2020 Degree Ceremonies - booking opens 3 December

29th November 2019

The booking window for making a degree ceremony booking will open on Tuesday 3 December 2019 for taught (non-research) students in their final year. Booking via the 'Degree Ceremonies' tab in Student Self-Service. 

The St Hilda's College Degree Day dates are:

Two DANSOX events in January 2020

25th November 2019

On 20 January, DANSOX presents an evening of music and dance: Making "The Cellist". Royal Ballet Choreographer, Cathy Marston, will discuss the choreographic process for her new work for The Royal Ballet. The work is inspired by the momentous life and career of the renowned cellist and St Hilda'...

Reading Colour by Rey Conquer

'Reading Colour' by Dr Rey Conquer is published by Peter Lang

21st November 2019

Dr Rey Conquer, Lecturer in German at St Hilda's  has published her first book. Reading Colour (Peter Lang, 2019) is about colour in the poetry and prose of Stefan George, Rainer Maria Rilke, Wassily Kandinsky and Else...

Congratulations to everyone who graduated from St Hilda's College on 9 November 2019

Congratulations to our new graduates!

14th November 2019

Congratulations to everyone who graduated from St Hilda's and the University of Oxford on 9 November 2019. We wish you every success in the future and hope that you will come back to see us soon and often.

The St Hilda's College community celebrated Founder's Day on 13 November 2019

14th November 2019

St Hilda's students, staff, Fellows and alumnae gathered together to celebrate Founder's Day with a Service of Thanksgiving at the University Church of St Mary the Virgin. We held the event, at which we remember our Founder, Dorothea Beale, and give thanks for our benefactors, close to St Hilda'...

Dr Tingting Zhu has been awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship 2019

13th November 2019

Dr Tingting Zhu, Associate Research Fellow of St Hilda’s College, has been announced as one of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s 2019 Research Fellows, each of whom receives five years’ worth of funding and mentorship to...

St Hilda's Topping Out Ceremony marks reaching the highest point in our new building

12th November 2019

Our Topping Out ceremony, held in the Kirby Observation Room at the top of the new tower, marked an important milestone in our building project. We have reached the point that will be the highest accessible level of St Hilda's new building. Those who have worked with us to bring the project from...

St Hilda's Welfare Team: Who to contact for welfare issues or health problems in College

Wellbeing Week at Oxford

11th November 2019

The University of Oxford and Oxford SU are running Wellbeing Week in Fifth week of term (11 to 15 November), which can be a difficult time for students. Further information about events and online content about the welfare support that is available can be found on the...

Lady English, Sarah Weir OBE, Professor Sir Gordon Duff, Principal, and Dr Georgina Paul at the Lady English Lecture 2019

The Lady English Lecture 2019, 'Designing the Future: Who is doing it?', by Sarah Weir OBE

7th November 2019

On 6 November, we enjoyed the wonderful 2019 Lady English Lecture by Sarah Weir OBE, introduced by our Principal, Professor Sir Gordon Duff.

'Self and Other: Exploring Subjectivity, Empathy and Shame' by Professor Dan Zahavi has been translated into Korean

5th November 2019

Self and Other: Exploring Subjectivity, Empathy and Shame (Oxford University Press, 2014) by our Senior Research Fellow,...