News

  1. Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize 2018

    The Oxford–Weidenfeld Prize is for book-length literary translations into English from any living European language. It aims to honour the craft of translation, and to recognise its cultural importance. It was founded by Lord...

  2. Patricia Ingham, 1930 to 2017

    It is with sadness that we report that our Senior Research Fellow, Patricia Ingham, passed away on Saturday 18 November 2017. Patricia came up to St Anne’s to read for a degree in English Literature in 1949 on a state...

  3. St Anne's 2025 Conversation

    We want to build on the College’s history of being at the forefront of change and of making an Oxford education accessible to those previously unable to participate. At the core of the Conversation is the question ‘What would St...

  4. Professor Simon Leedham awarded the Cancer Research UK Future Leaders in Cancer Research Prize

    Professor Simon Leedham, Director of the Centre for Personalised Medicine, has been awarded the Cancer Research UK Future Leaders in Cancer Research Prize at the National Cancer Research Institute Annual...

  5. The Launch of the 2018 Danson Programme

    On 15 November 2017, St Anne’s College was delighted to welcome back Mike Danson (BA Jurisprudence, 1982) for the launch of the Danson Programme for 2018. The Danson Foundation was founded by Mike Danson, and his wife Helen, to...

  6. Teaching Excellence Awards for Helen Christian and Zoi Alexopoulou

    Congratulations to Professor Helen Christian and Dr Zoi Alexopoulou who have both been announced as recipients of Teaching Excellence awards 2017 from the Medical Sciences Division. Dr Helen Christian, a previous recipient of a...

  7. The Danson Foundation Internships

    In the Long Vacation, 31 St Anne’s students undertook internships as part of the Danson Programme. Each year, The Danson Foundation offers St Anne’s undergraduate students the chance to complete a four-week paid internship,...

  8. Music in Michaelmas Term

    Week 4 is a busy time for St Anne’s musicians, with Dr John Traill (Director of Music) conducting Prof. Martyn Harry’s (Fellow in Music) Come, Spring with the Oxford Philharmonic on Thursday 2nd November at the Sheldonian...

  9. Tim Gardam Building (Library and Academic Centre) officially opened

    On Friday 20 October 2017, the Library and Academic Centre was officially opened, and named the Tim Gardam Building, by the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Professor Louise Richardson. The new Library complements...

  10. Barbara Mitchell, 1923 to 2017

    It is with sadness that we report that our Emeritus Fellow Barbara Mitchell passed away on Thursday 12 October 2017.  Barbara, born on 10 November 1923, graduated from Somerville College with a first in Literae Humaniores...