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We are recruiting a new Manager for the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building

20th August 2019

We wish to appoint a highly-motivated, proactive, and customer-service orientated individual to oversee the day-to-day running of the JdP. Experience of delivering and promoting events is essential, and our ideal candidate will have strong inter-personal skills and will be able to build strong...

Congratulations to 2019 Freshers!

15th August 2019

We wish everyone collecting their A Level results today the best of luck!

We are looking forward to meeting the next generation of St Hilda's students in October. As you celebrate, find out from our current students what they think is the...

Recognition of Distinction for four Fellows of St Hilda's

14th August 2019

We are delighted that the following colleagues have been recognised with the title of Professor in the University of Oxford's recent Recognition of Distinction exercise:

Honorary Fellow, Toni Morrison, has died

6th August 2019

We are deeply saddened by the news that the award-winning author and our Honorary Fellow, Toni Morrison, has died.

We're transforming our site, starting with our new Boundary Building

5th August 2019

Our new Boundary Building is taking shape! Here's a preview of the views that we'll see from its roof garden in Autumn 2020, when the building is finished. Find out more about how we're transforming St Hilda's site, so...

Success for St Hilda's Law Students

26th July 2019

We are delighted that Alastair Richardson (Law, 2018) has won the Herbert Hart Prize in Jurisprudence and Political Theory, which is awarded annually to the graduate student who in the opinion of the...

Thomas Wisson has won a Gibbs Prize for Mathematics Part B

24th July 2019

Thomas Wisson (Mathematics, 2016) has won a Gibbs Prize Part B in his third year exams. The Gibbs Prizes are awarded annually by the Examiners to undergraduate...

St Hilda's student, Matthew Jones, runs a conservation expedition to Borneo

St Hilda's student leads a conservation expedition to Borneo.

22nd July 2019

Instead of having a relaxing summer vacation, our second-year Geography student, Matthew Jones, is leading an expedition to Borneo, Usun Apau Retraced.

With a student team including Maryam Jamilah (Brasenose) and Rosalie Wright (Christ Church), Matthew will travel to the Usun Upau plateau...

Professor Alison Noble receives a Royal Society Award

19th July 2019

Professor Alison Noble OBE FREng FRS, our Professorial Fellow in Engineering, is among four of the University of Oxford’s leading scientists to be recognised for their exceptional and outstanding contributions to...

Isaiah Robinson Lewis is SciPo Poetry Competition's first winner of the Under-18 category

Isaiah Ambssa Robinson-Lewis wins the under-18 category in SciPo Poetry Competition 2019

19th July 2019

We were proud to announce the winner of the under-18 category in the SciPo Poetry Competition, which was a category in the event for the first time in June 2019. The theme was 'Eating Plants' and the competition was judged by Carrie Etter. The winner was Isaiah Ambssa Robinson-Lewis, aged 16....

Professor Julia Yeomans has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Science by Northumbria University, Newcastle.

19th July 2019

Our Tutorial Fellow in Physics, Professor Julia Yeomans, FRS, has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Science by Northumbria University, Newcastle. Professor Yeomans is a theoretical physicist researching the...

Beth McDonough wins the SciPo 2019 Poetry Competition with 'Samphire'

19th July 2019

We are delighted to announce that Beth McDonough has won the 2019 SciPo Adult Poetry Competition with her entry, 'Samphire'. The poetry competition was on the SciPo 2019 theme, 'Plants, Brain and Imagination', and was judged by Jane Draycott. 

Many congratulations to Beth!