Archive

  1. Helen King elected as Principal of St Anne’s College

    St Anne’s College is delighted to announce the election of alumna Ms Helen King (PPE, 1983) as the College’s next Principal. Helen will start in her role on 24 April 2017. Helen King: ‘I feel immensely honoured and a little...

  2. Professor Jo-Anne Baird conferred as Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

    Professor Jo-Anne Baird, Pearson Professor of Educational Assessment and Director of the Department of Education, University of Oxford, and a Fellow of St Anne's College, has been conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social...

  3. Third Annual Young Scientists Journal Conference held at St Anne's

    Young Scientists Journal – the world’s peer review science journal, written and edited exclusively by 12-20 year olds – holds its third annual conference at St Anne’s College, Oxford on 18 October 2016. Young...

  4. St Anne's and the Danson Foundation Incubator Projects: Silo

    From Monday 4 July to Friday 2 September, St Anne’s College andThe Danson Foundation ran a pilot round of Incubator Projects to support students in starting their own businesses. Teams were provided with working capital and...

  5. Alumnae dining at St Anne's College

    College is delighted to be able to offer alumnae the option to dine at St Anne’s College at lunchtime on a Monday to Friday during term time. You are welcome to come in on up to two days per term and pay for you and up to...

  6. St Anne's and the Danson Foundation Incubator Projects: Oxford Writers' House

    From Monday 4 July to Friday 2 September, St Anne’s College and The Danson Foundation ran a pilot round of Incubator Projects to support students in starting their own businesses. Teams were provided with working capital and...

  7. Dr Michelle Taylor: first evidence of deep-sea animals ingesting microplastics

    Following the news that the UK government is to ban plastic microbeads by the end of 2017, a team of scientists led by the University of Oxford has discovered the first evidence of microplastics being ingested by deep-sea...

  8. Medicine and Modernity in the Long Nineteenth Century

    On 10 and 11 September 2016, the Diseases of Modern Life team held its main conference, 'Medicine and Modernity in the Long Nineteenth Century' at St Anne's College. Throughout the weekend, they explored phenomena...

  9. St Anne’s and the Danson Foundation Incubator Projects: Nearcut

    From Monday 4 July to Friday 2 September, St Anne’s College and The Danson Foundation ran a pilot round of Incubator Projects to support students in starting their own businesses. Teams were provided with working capital and...

  10. Tim Gardam steps down as Principal

    On Wednesday 31 August, Tim Gardam officially stepped down as Principal to start his new role as take up the post of Chief Executive of the Nuffield Foundation after twelve years at St Anne’s.  Since Tim’s arrival in 2005,...

  11. Betty Rutson, 1935 to 2016

    It is with great sadness that we report the death of Miss Betty Rutson, Emeritus Fellow in French at St Anne's, who passed away in Banbury on 9 August 2016. Her association with St Anne's was a long one: as an undergraduate...

  12. Professor Baird appointed Standing Adviser to Education Select Committee

    Professor Jo-Anne Baird, Director of Oxford’s Department of Education, has been appointed Standing Specialist Adviser on Education to the Select Committee on Education. The Education Committee is appointed by the House of...

  13. OxStem Neuro to be headed by St Anne’s Fellow

    Prof Francis Szele, St Anne’s Fellow and Tutor in Developmental Neurobiology will lead OxStem Neuro a new company launched on 3 August, 2016. OxStem Neuro will identify new classes of drugs that stimulate neuron...

  14. St Anne's academics recognised at Recognition of Distinction Awards 2016

    Two St Anne's Fellows have been recognised for their outstanding research, alongside excellent teaching, in the 2016 Recognition of Distinction Awards. The University of Oxford conducts an annual review, conferring the title of...

  15. Dr Matthew Longo awarded 2016 Leo Strauss Award

    St Anne's would like to offer our congratulations to Dr Matthew Longo, Clayman Junior Research Fellow in Politics and Political Ideas, for being awarded the 2016 Leo Strauss Award of the American Political Sciences...

  16. Tim Gardam on 'The Beaver, The Ship and the Boojum'

    At the end of April 2016, Tim Gardam, Principal gave the Domus Seminar on the topic of 'The Beaver, The Ship, and the Boojum: Reflections from the outside-in on Oxford and what St Anne's adds to it'.  In this Seminar,...

  17. Launch of the Tim Gardam Student Welfare Fund campaign

    The Principal, Tim Gardam, leaves at the end of the academic year. Because of Tim’s commitment, the College has significantly increased welfare support for students, many of whom in the course of their degree find themselves...

  18. Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize winners announced

    Congratulations to Philip Roughton for Jón Kalman Stefánsson’s The Heart of Man (MacLehose Press), Paul Vincent and John Irons for 100 Dutch-Language Poems (Holland Park Press) who were...

  19. St Anne’s Incubator Projects

    St Anne’s College and The Danson Foundation are running a pilot round of Incubator Projects to support students in starting their own businesses. Teams will be provided with working capital and legal costs, office space and...

  20. Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize shortlist announced

    This year’s short list includes eight books from an outstanding entry of nearly 110 titles in translations from 15 different languages.  Once again there were impressive submissions from both larger and smaller...