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Outreach Officer

Outreach Officer 20 hours per week, 2 years FTC £26,125 per annum pro-rata This an exciting role in the Academic Office. The post holder will contribute to the organisation, delivery and evaluation of St Anne’s sustained intervention programme called ‘Aim for Oxford’, and also support the College’s wider outreach activity. The post holder will work


Alistair Macaulay

Alistair Macaulay Please introduce yourself and what you are currently doing I am the Biegun-Warburg Junior Research Fellow in Economics at St Anne’s. I’m also affiliated with the Department of Economics.I’m a macroeconomist, and I teach Core Macroeconomics and Quantitative Economics to second year undergraduates. When did you join St Anne’s and how have you


Alumnae (Alumni) Relations Officer

Alumnae (Alumni) Relations Officer Full time, Permanent £30,254 – £34,051 pa (depending on experience) We are seeking a competent and successful person with experience in Alumnae Relations or Events to support the development, delivery and growth of our events and alumnae engagement programme. As Alumnae Relations Officer you will help maintain and grow the events


Natalia Ares

Natalia Ares Please briefly introduce yourself and what you are currently doing. I am a Royal Society University Research Fellow and I am currently exploring quantum engines and other quantum technologies. My experiments interface with artificial intelligence algorithms and require temperatures far colder than the deepest outer space. When did you join St Anne’s and


Alumnae News

Alumnae News and Updates  The purpose of this page is to collate news and updates shared with us by alumnae. We will continue to share alumnae news in the annual magazine, The Ship, but if you would like to share news, events or offers with your fellow alumnae sooner rather than later, please email development@st-annes.ox.ac.uk for it


The Secret Lives of Books

Questionable remedies Here, an adverts section of a newspaper has been revealed by the broken spine. It is likely from the late 1800s, and among other things advertises ‘Dr. Tibbald’s Blood Tonic’, a medicine purporting to cure everything from acne to gout, and an Allen & Hanburys cresolene vaporiser for the treatment of whooping cough


Katharina Janezic appointed new Tutorial Fellow in Economics at St Anne’s

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We are delighted to announce that Katharina Janezic has accepted the position of Associate Professor in Economics with Tutorial Fellowship in Economics at St Anne’s College. She will be joining us from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, where she is currently completing her PhD in economics. Katharina Janezic holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics


Emotions and International Relations, a Research Journey


Dr Jennie Middleton appointed new Tutorial Fellow in Geography at St Anne’s

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We are delighted to announce that  the position of Associate Professor in Geography with Tutorial Fellowship in Geography at St Anne’s College has been offered to Dr Jennie Middleton. Dr Middleton’s appointment is subject to ratification by the Governing Body of St Anne’s College and the Social Science Division of the University. The committee received