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Rowe, Dr Daniel


Daniel Rowe John G. Winant Lecturer in American Politics and Government Email: Academic background Daniel received his BA from the University of Sheffield and a MSt and DPhil in History from the University of Oxford. He has previously taught at the University of Sheffield, University of Warwick, and Birkbeck, University of London. Teaching At

Macaulay, Mr Alistair


Alistair Macaulay Biegun-Warburg Junior Research Fellow in Economics Email: Website: Twitter: Academic background DPhil Economics, 2020 (expected). University of Oxford (Nuffield College). MPhil Economics, 2017 (distinction). University of Oxford (Nuffield College). BA Economics and Management, 2015 (1st class). University of Oxford (Merton College). Teaching Undergraduate: PPE and H&E: core macroeconomics Research interests

St Anne’s Research Fellow in Materials, Dr Natalia Ares, wins prestigious ERC award for research project


We’re proud to share the news that our Research Fellow in Materials, Dr Natalia Ares, has been awarded a prestigious ERC Starting Grant.  These highly-coveted awards, funded through the European Union, are each worth more than 1 million euros and allow researchers to build their own teams, carry out pioneering research, and expand learning into

Arrangements for Michaelmas Term 2020

We are looking forward to seeing you all in College once again. We know you are keen and possibly anxious to understand arrangements for next term. We have held back from circulating plans that are part developed and likely to change as we are aware that ever-changing guidance can be confusing and unhelpful. We are

Support St Anne’s

“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


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


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