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Message from the Principal on EU exit referendum

28th June 2016

Dear Colleagues,

I imagine that many of us awoke on 24th June to be surprised that the country had voted us out of the EU.  We cannot predict detailed outcomes, but we can anticipate changes in our national affairs and possibly in our professional and personal lives. 

My reason for...

Zoe Clark member of Oxford University Women's Powerlifting Team

27th June 2016

Congratulations and good luck to Zoe Clark (3rd year Engineering) who is part of the Oxford University Women’s Powerlifting Team going to Minsk to compete in the World University Powerlifting Cup on 11 July.  Follow them on ...

Congratulations to our alumna Celine Rattray on the fifth anniversary of Maven Pictures

17th June 2016

St Hilda's College alumna Celine Rattray (Mathematics and Philosophy) celebrated with Trudie Styler on the fifth anniversary of their development, production, and financing company Maven Pictures at an...

St Hilda's Mixed Hockey Team

St Hilda's Mixed Hockey Team Celebrates Cuppers Victory for the First Time

13th June 2016

Congratulations to St Hilda's mixed Hockey Team, who won the Cuppers final against Worcester College by two goals to one on 12 June 2016.

Sarah Trolley, winner of the 2016 Rachel McLean prize, pictured with Professor Sir Gordon Duff, Professor Sally Mapstone, and fellow nominees for the award., Rachel McLean Prize 2016

Congratulations to Sarah Trolley on winning the Rachel McLean Prize 2016

10th June 2016

Sarah Trolley (2nd year Geography student) is the winner of the the Rachel McLean Prize 2016.

'Notes on Being Teenage' reading by Rosalind Jana at St Hilda's

Congratulations to Rosalind Jana on publication of her book 'Notes on Being Teenage'

9th June 2016

Many congratulations to Rosalind Jana, who is in her 3rd year as an English Student at St Hilda's. Rosalind's book, 'Notes on Being Teenage' is published today, 9 June 2016, by Hachette Children's Group. There...

Zanny Minton Beddoes, St Hilda's alumna and Editor of the Economist, talks about the publication's 'shiny digital future'.

Our alumna and Editor of the Economist Zanny Minton Beddoes talks about the publication's 'shiny digital future'.

31st May 2016

Economist Editor Zanny Minton Beddoes talks about making the 173-year-old title work online in the Guardian, 30 May 2016 . She also discusses her role and how, nearly 18 months in, she feels about...

Congratulations to Dr Rachel Condry, who has been shortlisted for the ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize 2016

21st May 2016

Dr Rachel Condry, who is a Fellow of St Hilda’s and an Associate Professor of Criminology at the Centre for Criminology in the Law Faculty, has been shortlisted for the ...

Congratulations to Professor Petra Schleiter on publication of the CU report, 'Forming a government in the event of a hung parliament: The UK’s recognition rules in comparative context'

13th May 2016

The Constitution Unit at UCL and the Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford University have jointly published a report on forming a government in the event of a hung parliament 

Congratulations to Dr Sarah Watkins on publication of 'The Fungi 3/e'

28th April 2016

The Fungi 3/e by St Hilda's resident science poet Dr Sarah Watkinson and Lynne Boddy and Nicholas Money has been published by Elsevier. The third edition of their book includes the latest information on the...

Dr Aurelio Malo's research on mice with personalities features in 'The Laboratory with Leaves (Part 10): Small Mammals'.

25th April 2016

Congratulations to Dr Aurelio Malo, Biology Lecturer at St Hilda's College and Senior Research Associate in the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, whose research on mice with personalities  features in 'The Laboratory with Leaves (Part 10): Small Mammals'.   This film shows how ...

St Hilda's College Principal gives the 2016 Weatherall Lecture on 'Looking Ahead in Medicine: Making the Most of Medical Advances''

22nd April 2016

Our Principal, Professor Sir Gordon Duff, will give the 2016 Weatherall Lecture on 'Looking Ahead in Medicine: Making the Most of Biological Advances'(new concepts meet old principles) on 16 April, 4pm at the Medical Sciences Teaching Centre, Oxford.

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