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“The hardship fund has helped at this difficult time and I really appreciate receiving this help from the college. It certainly helps me focus on what’s important right now, which is completing my studies.” St Anne’s Postgraduate Student Fund Recipient


St Anne’s Biochemistry Undergraduate wins Science Communication Competition

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Congratulations to 3rd year biochemistry undergraduate, Lauryn McLean-Deaville, who has been awarded first prize in the Higher Education category of the Biochemical Society’s annual Science Communication Competition! The competition required students to create a five-minute video, communicating a biochemical concept for a general audience. Lauryn’s video, entitled What makes you tick: Your body clock, light


St Anne’s Society Midlands Branch walk


Additional Statement on A-Level Admissions 2020

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St Anne’s College is committed to widening access to Oxford and becoming ever more diverse and inclusive. This year, the College recognised that the method originally used by Ofqual to allocate  grades was likely to have a disproportionately negative effect on high achieving pupils in state, non-selective and lower performing schools and colleges. When those


Degrees for Women: A Centenary Exhibition

[Centre] Mrs Johnson at the head of the group of principals and tutors on a special degree day for women. Candidates appear before the Vice-Chancellor in the Sheldonian wearing the soft-caps chosen to be part of women’s academic dress. Annie Rogers at her 1920 degree ceremony, some 43 years after she had completed the necessary


Non-Stipendiary Junior Research Fellowship in Medical Sciences

The Governing Body of St Anne’s College invites applications for a Non-Stipendiary Research Fellowship in Medical Sciences. The post will be tenable from 19 October 2020 (or as soon as practicable thereafter) for a period of up to 3 years. A key aim of the Fellowship is to foster the ongoing relationship between the College


Stipendiary Lectureship in Physics

Stipendiary Lectureship in Physics £9,444 pa. Point 2, on the Recommended Scale for Stipendiary Lecturers 2019-20 No University post is associated with the Lectureship. The Lecturer will be an enthusiastic, self-motivated Stipendiary Lecturer able to undertake four contact hours a week of tutorial and/or class teaching averaged over the three eight-week terms of the academic


In Memoriam: St Anne’s alumna and leading legal scholar, Professor Ruth Gavison

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We are sorry to announce that St Anne’s alumna and leading legal scholar, Professor Ruth Gavison, has passed away at the age of 75. Professor Gavison conducted her doctoral studies at St Anne’s. Gavison was a longtime professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a founder of the Association for Civil Rights, which she


Statement on A-Level Admissions 2020

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St Anne’s College is committed to widening access to Oxford and becoming ever more diverse and inclusive. This year, like every year, College tutors and staff have worked with great care to ensure that any capacity we have to accept candidates who have not met their offer conditions is prioritised to those who have been