News

More information?

Response to recent media coverage

11th October 2019

In response to recent media coverage and enquiries, we can confirm that Dr Peet Morris is not an employee of St Hilda’s College. Dr Morris was retained as a non-stipendiary lecturer to deliver freelance tutorial teaching in the 2008/09 academic year. However, our records show that Dr Morris...

Our Memorial Celebration for Dr Margaret Rayner was held on 6 October

8th October 2019

The memorial for our former College Lecturer, Fellow and Tutor, Vice Principal and Emeritus Fellow 1989-2019, Dr Maggy Rayner, was held in a packed Jacqueline du Pré Auditorium on 6 October 2019. The celebration of Dr Rayner's life brought many back to St Hilda's, including former students and...

Congratulations to everyone graduating from St Hilda's College on 28 September 2019

28th September 2019

Congratulations to St Hilda's newest graduates! We hope you have enjoyed your time here. We are proud of all that you have achieved and wish you every success in the future. We look forward to welcoming you back to College soon and often as our Senior Members.

Dr Tingting Zhu has won the J.A. Lodge Award

27th September 2019

Dr Tingting Zhu, our former Junior Research Fellow in Engineering, has been awarded the J.A. Lodge Award 2019 by the Institute for Engineering and Technology. Dr Zhu and the other IET Healthcare Technologies Student and Early...

Congratulations to all our graduating students!

27th September 2019

Many congratulations to everyone graduating from St Hilda's on 27 September 2019. We wish our newest graduates every success in the future and hope that they will come back to see us soon and often.

Oxford-Berlin Partnership workshop on ‘Literature and Material Culture’

25th September 2019

Welcome to colleagues from the Humboldt University Berlin, the Academy of Arts Berlin, and the University of Graz who will be attending a workshop on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 September 2019 on ‘Literature and Material Culture: Archive, Library, Museum’, supported by the...

'Vergil's Green Thoughts' by Dr Rebecca Armstrong has published

24th September 2019

'Vergil's Green Thoughts', by our Tutorial Fellow in Classics,...

St Hilda's finalist, Rupert Stuart-Smith, won the H.O. Beckit Prize

19th September 2019

Rupert Stuart-Smith (Geography, 2016) won the H.O. Beckit Prize, which was awarded for the best Physical Geography dissertation submitted in the Final Honour School of Geography 2019. Many congratulations on this achievement!

Our alumna, Ruth Hunt, is joining the House of Lords

10th September 2019

Ruth Hunt (English, 1998) has been made a crossbench life peer in Theresa May’s parting honours list.

The prime minister’s resignation honours are granted by the Queen at the request of an outgoing prime...

Our next Undergraduate Open Day is on Friday 20 September.

6th September 2019

Open Days offer an opportunity to talk to our Tutor for Admissions, meet our current students, and see the College first hand. There is no need to book a place. Hear from our tutors and students in videos about the admissions process and life at St Hilda's....

'Tastes of Honey' by Professor Selina Todd published on 29 August

3rd September 2019

Tastes of Honey: The Making of Shelagh Delaney and a Cultural Revolution was published by Penguin on 29 August 2019. The latest book by our Tutorial Fellow in History,...

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...

Pages