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SAS Oxford Branch AGM with guest speaker Helen Salisbury


Iris Murdoch: 100 Years of Memories (SAS South Branch)


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King, Helen

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In 1986, after studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at St Anne’s College, Oxford, Helen King joined the Cheshire Constabulary as a Police Constable. Over 19 years she worked her way from foot patrol in Chester City Centre through a wide range of uniformed and detective roles, including periods as a Senior Investigating Officer, Borough Commander


Alumni Weekend and Gaudy


Margaret Hubbard

Margaret Hubbard (1924-2011), having taking a first degree in her native Australia, came to St Anne’s from Somerville in 1957 as Tutor in Classics. A classicist of great distinction and international reputation, she worked with R.G.M. Nisbet on the first two volumes (1970 and 1978) of a monumentally authoritative Commentary on Horace. Her book on


Graduate Development Scholarship

Who can apply? Current graduate members of St Anne’s who are doctoral students going into their second, third or fourth year of graduate study in Michaelmas Term of the first year they hold the scholarship. Graduate Entry medics in their third or fourth year, and any Clinical medics in years four to six of A100


Available Awards

College Only Awards Eligibility Amount Duration St Anne’s Ethics ScholarshipOffered a place on the BPhil or DPhil in Philosophy£3,200 per academic yearOne year in the first instance. Renewed for a further year if progress is satisfactorySt Anne’s OCCT ScholarshipOffered a place on the MSt in Comparative Literature and Critical Translation Full fees plus £13,000pa living


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