Archive

  1. North East Residential at St Anne’s

    The University of Oxford is making a push to increase the number of applicants from the North East. To coincide with the University of Oxford Open Days, St Anne’s College invited students from schools in the area to take part in...

  2. St Anne's students win exam prizes

    St Anne's College would like to congratulate the following students on winning prizes in their exams.  JOSHUA BARRACLOUGH, MATHEMATICS The Junior Mathematical Prize for Part C and The IMA Prize for Part C JESSICA...

  3. Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize: 2018 Winner

    The winner of the 2018 shortlist is Lisa Dillman for Andrés Barba’s Such Small Hands (Portobello Books) Lisa Dillman was announced as the winner at the prizegiving and dinner at St Anne’s College, Oxford on...

  4. Professor Martyn Harry reworks Bruchstücke aus "Wozzeck"

    In 2017, Professor Martyn Harry, Tutorial Fellow in Music, was commissioned by the Alban Berg Ensemble to do a compositional reworking of Alban Berg's Bruchstücke aus "Wozzeck" for only seven players - flute,...

  5. University of Oxford Admissions Data

    Today Oxford University is publishing its first Annual Admissions Statistical Report, drawing together data about undergraduate admissions for the University as a whole, and for individual colleges and subjects. The report...

  6. Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize Shortlist announced

    This year’s Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize shortlist includes eight books from an outstanding entry of 112 titles in translations from 24 different languages.  Once again we have impressive submissions from both larger and...

  7. Joel Lewis

    The Principal, Fellows, Students and Staff of St Anne's College, Oxford, share with great sadness the death of Joel Lewis, a third year Computer Science student from Croydon. Joel started at the University of Oxford in October...

  8. Hydrogen sulphide discovered in Uranus's cloud tops

    Professor Patrick Irwin, Physics Fellow at St Anne's, along with other global collaborators has spectroscopically dissected the infrared light from Uranus captured by the eight-meter Gemini North telescope on Hawaii's...

  9. Stay connected to the St Anne's community

    The latest edition of the Annual Review has now been mailed to all alumnae and friends. As part of this mailing, you have been asked to confirm which communications you wish to receive from St Anne’s. Watch our video to...

  10. Tom Mitty reaches final of Future Legal Mind award

    St Anne's student, Tom Mitty, is a finalist in Future Legal Mind, National Accident Helpline’s award to find the brightest young legal talent in the country. Tom is studying Law at Oxford and is in with a chance to win...

  11. 1980s Campaign Raises £100k

    The 1980s was an important decade of change at St Anne’s, and in 2015 we launched a campaign to improve engagement with this group in response to your comments that we needed to be more in touch. Through this campaign we aimed...

  12. St Anne's sporting successes

    Congratulations to our sportsmen and women who were celebrating various successes last weekend. Football On Friday 23 February, the St Anne's men's football team won their first ever trophy by beating St John's 1 nil in the...

  13. Joshua Asokan wins Oxfordshire Concerto Competition

    Congratulations to Sri Lankan conductor, pianist, and composer, Joshua Asokan, who won the Oxfordshire Concerto Competition in a performance of Scriabin's Piano Concerto.  Since its launch in 2011/12, the Oxfordshire...

  14. Governing Body position on USS

    St Anne's Governing Body position on USS 1. Did St Anne’s College respond to the UUK Employers’ Consultation? The College did not provide a response to the 2014 or 2017 UUK Employers’ Consultation. A response has also...

  15. Early Music as Education with Plumer Visiting Fellow, Dr Alberto Sanna

    Music at St Anne's College includes both world-class tuition in composition, conducting, performance, history and analysis, and a wealth of extra-curricular opportunities. To enhance both aspects, Professor Martyn Harry...

  16. Anne Treisman, 1935 to 2018

    It is with sadness that we announce that our former Fellow in Psychology, Anne Treisman, passed away on Friday 9 February 2018. Anne initially studied for a BA in Modern Languages at Newnham College, Cambridge. However, when...

  17. Celebrating 100 years of Women’s Suffrage

    On 6 February 1918, the Representation of the People Act was given royal assent following years of struggle by the Suffragette Movement. The Act added 8.5 million women – those over 30 who owned property or were graduates...

  18. St Anne's Telethon raises £178k

    St Anne's College annual telethon took place recently and we are delighted to announce that we have raised £178k. Thank you to all those who took a call and supported our campaign.  Over a 2 week period in January, 13...

  19. Nora Martin awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship

    Nora Martin graduated with an MPhys in Physics in 2017 and has been awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship to pursue a PhD on the interface of theoretical physics and biology. The Gates Cambridge Scholarship for postgraduate...

  20. Professor Andrew Goodwin honoured in Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists

    The Blavatnik Family Foundation and the New York Academy of Sciences today announced the Laureates and Finalists of the 2018 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the United Kingdom including Professor Andrew...