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Sustainability and the Environment

At St Anne’s, we are committed to sustainability and our collective responsibility to preserving the environment. The central University has recently launched its Environmental Sustainability Strategy, which you can explore here.  At St Anne’s, we are making many changes to lessen our negative impact on the environment. The report below gives some indication of what


Danson Foundation Internship Report

The Danson Foundation offers 30-40 students the opportunity to do a 4 week internship at one of their many companies, every summer. These placements can be hugely helpful in giving St Anne’s students a taste of the sort of work they might go into in the future, as well as valuable experience to go on


St Anne’s Tutorial Fellow in Law, Professor Imogen Goold, appointed Visiting Professor of Medical Law at Gresham College

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We’re pleased to announce that Imogen Goold (Professor and Fellow of St Anne’s College) has been appointed Visiting Professor of Medical Law at Gresham College. Founded in 1597, Gresham College is an independently funded educational institution, that has been providing free lectures within the City of London for over 400 years. Its objective is ‘to


St Anne’s College Elects Three New Honorary Fellows: Tom Ilube CBE, Amanda Pritchard and Prof. Denis Feeney

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St Anne’s College Elects Three New Honorary Fellows: Tom Ilube CBE, Amanda Pritchard and Prof. Denis Feeney   We are delighted to announce that the Governing Body of St Anne’s College has elected three new Honorary Fellows: alumna Amanda Pritchard (Modern History, 1994), Chief Executive of NHS England; entrepreneur Tom Ilube CBE, who has worked


Mushakavanhu, Dr Tinashe

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Dr Tinashe Mushakavanhu Junior Research Fellow in African and Comparative Literature Email: tinashe.mushakavanhu@st-annes.ox.ac.uk Academic background Tinashe Mushakavanhu obtained a first class BA degree in English from Midlands State University (Zimbabwe) before embarking on an MA in Creative Writing at Trinity College, Carmarthen (Wales) and later on received a PhD in English from University of Kent


Be Well, Do Well: Finding Your Purpose: Making good choices at Oxford and for your future career (Internal Event)


Disability Support

Disability Support We want St Anne’s to be an inclusive and accessible learning environment for all students. Our disability co-ordinator Sheila Smith works closely with students, staff and with the University Disability Advisory Service to achieve this. Who can access support?  Many students may not realise that they are entitled to support from the Disability Advisory


Lucassen, Professor Anneke

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Professor Anneke Lucassen Director of the Centre for Personalised Medicine-CPM (Professor of Genomic Medicine at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics and University of Southampton Faculty of Medicine) Email: annekel@well.ox.ac.uk Website/social media accounts:  — Twitter @annekeluc www.soton.ac.uk/cels  https://www.southampton.ac.uk/medicine/about/staff/annekel.page Academic background Anneke trained in Medicine and specialised in Clinical Genetics. After a DPhil (1994) identifying genetic


Seaton, Dr Andrew

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Dr Andrew Seaton Plumer Junior Research Fellow in History  Email: andrew.seaton@st-annes.ox.ac.uk Website: https://www.history.ox.ac.uk/people/dr-andrew-seaton Academic background Andrew Seaton is a political and social historian of modern Britain, working on topics in the history of science, medicine, and the environment. He received his PhD in History from New York University in 2021. Before his doctoral studies, Andrew