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St Anne’s Community and Giving Week 2024

Welcome to Community and Giving Week 2024! This week we launch our sixth Community and Giving week from Monday 4th March to Friday 8th March. The theme for this year will be “St Anne’s College – Our Legacy and Future” and will celebrate all aspects of the College, past, present, and future. As well as


Plumer Visiting Fellow: What is “Crazy Ethics” and Why Does It Matter?


Grand finale of Community & Giving Week: Staff “Bake Off” competition & JCR “Fun Fayre”


Launch of Community & Giving Week: Principal Helen King and St Anne’s sponsored erg


Green Action Week: Revolutionaries, Imperialists, and Witches: What Climate Can (and Can’t) Tell Us About the Past


Kemp, Philippa

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Philippa Kemp Stipdendiary Lecturer in Law Email: philippa.kemp@lmh.ox.ac.uk Academic background Philippa obtained her Law LLB and Law, Medicine and Healthcare LLM from the University of Liverpool. She has previously worked as an ethics and regulation coordinator in a medical research department at the University of Oxford and convened the Medical Law and Ethics Discussion Group


St Anne’s Fellow in Materials Science, Professor Saiful Islam, presents public lecture in Leicester on green energy, drawing on his research into fruit batteries

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Professorial Fellow Saiful Islam presented a public lecture at the beautiful Leicester Museum & Art Gallery on Feb 12th, through an invitation of the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society (founded in 1835), and sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The lecture was titled ‘Green energy materials in 3D: crystal gazing an the atomic scale’.


Stained Glass

Welcome to this online exhibition of the stained-glass windows in Hartland House.  The windows were designed and made by Hazel Rossotti from 1997-2014. You can read more about the artist and the background to design and making of the windows on our Library blog: Stained Glass Blog College Members can also use this page as


Stained-Glass Windows in Hartland House

This blog post is dedicated to Hazel Rossotti (1930-2023), who after her retirement designed and made the stained-glass panels now housed in the Library in Hartland House. Hazel was the Chemistry Fellow and Tutor at St Anne’s from 1961 until 1997, and before the appointment of a Biochemistry Fellow also oversaw that subject, as well