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Recognition of Distinction Exercise 2021: Call for Applications

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The 2021 Recognition of Distinction Exercise is now open for applications. All those employed by the University in academic or senior research roles are eligible to apply, as are other University employees who are making a significant and sustained academic contribution to the University. Individuals not employed by the University, but who are employed on


St Anne’s College Bake Off (MCR-run event)


Meeting Minds Global 2021


Professor Cecilia Lindgren, Senior Research Fellow in Medical Sciences at St Anne’s, appointed Director of the University’s Big Data Institute

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We are delighted to announce that Professor Cecilia Lindgren, St Anne’s Senior Research Fellow in Medical Sciences, has been appointed as the new Director of the University of Oxford’s Big Data Institute. The availability of biomedical information, also known as ‘big data’, is increasing rapidly. The analysis of this data provides an opportunity for transforming the


South of England SAS Branch; “Climate Change – is it because of us?”


Lionheart Ventures

Lionheart Ventures is a global, seed-stage venture capital firm investing in companies that make humanity more resilient. Founded by St Anne’s alum David Langer (Mathematics, 2007) and based in Silicon Valley, Lionheart’s mission is to ensure humanity’s existential security for a thriving and biodiverse future. Their current investment focus is into deep technology start-ups in


Daniele Nunziata

Daniele Nunziata Please briefly introduce yourself and what you are currently doing  My name is Daniele Nunziata, I am a Stipendiary Lecturer in English Literature and I teach Victorian and modern literatures from 1830 to the present. This involves tutoring two of the Prelims Papers. The texts included in these classes span from Victorian life-writers


The OCCT’s “Prismatic Jane Eyre” Project Awarded Follow-On Funding from the AHRC

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The Prismatic Jane Eyre project follows on from the AHRC-funded Creative Multilingualism programme (2016-2020) that explored the links between creativity and languages. We are delighted to announce that Prismatic Jane Eyre has received funding for a year’s worth of impact and engagement activities, specifically to run workshops and competitions in translation and creative writing for


Bookplates in the Canon Jenkins bequest

Armorial Henrys The most common style of plate among the Jenkins books are those with an armorial design.  These typically feature a coat of arms, motto and the name of the owner.  So numerous are these plates that we can display here a short selection made up of only those whose owner’s name was Henry.