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


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


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

St Anne’s Tutorial Fellow Francis Szele discusses pioneering neuro project on 3D printing for brain repair


Oxford Martin School has funded a highly pioneering and exciting neuro project involving the Departments of Chemistry and the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics. St Anne’s Tutorial Fellow Francis Szele is a member of the research team, who are researching the possibilities of 3D printing for brain repair. Talitha Smith of the DPAG has

St Anne’s Catering team partner with Creation Theatre for Alice-themed picnic venture


We’re very proud of all the work our amazing Catering team have been doing to keep College going — and also to engage with the local community in these unprecedented times. We’re delighted to have teamed up with Creation Theatre to produce an Alice in Wonderland-themed hamper, building on the success of our existing Picnic

St Anne’s students win exam prizes


We’re very proud of all our students who have made it through a very unusual Trinity Term this year. We’re delighted to announce that many St Anne’s students have performed remarkably in their examinations, even given the unusual conditions, and have won an array of prestigious prizes.  Prizewinners include:   Joanna Min-an Camille Bui (Geography, 2017), who

Prof. Patrick Irwin works with NASA to produce video simulation of what an instrument might see as it enters Uranus’s atmosphere


NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) is working on a new instrument, the Advanced Ice Giants Net Flux Radiometer, for possible inclusion in a future atmospheric entry probe to Uranus, launching in and around the 2030s. Such an instrument, mounted on the probe, would observe the Uranian sky above, below and to the side of

Dr Daniele Nunziata discusses St Anne’s under lockdown on BBC Sounds


Dr Daniele Nunziata, Lecturer in English Literature at St Anne’s College, was interviewed by Kat Orman for BBC Radio Oxford on Wednesday 15th July 2020. Among other topics, he spoke on the challenges College teaching has faced during the lockdown and the ways in which current events are transforming how we read and write literature.

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