Participants in the PROMYS Maths Summer School
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Wadham’s Martin Bureau has been selected to join an Oxbridge alumni astronomy trip to Norway and the Northern Lights where he will be presenting a series of lectures.
Wadham Fellow Paolo Radaelli has been awarded the Cavaliere dell'Ordine della Stella d'Italia by the Italian Ambassador on behalf of the President of the Italian Republic.
Following a day of 3D design, bridge building and robotics in the lab, participants in the 2017 UNIQ Engineering Summer School enjoyed a formal dinner with Wadham alumni engineers, hearing where their studies might take them.
The creativity and imagination of young artists from Rose Hill Primary School is to go on display on the hoardings around Wadham College’s Iffley Road student accommodation building site.
Giving Luton school students a better understanding of the realities of University life, Wadham’s two-year sustained scheme ended with certificates and celebrations.
Wadham alumni have penned a variety of books to keep you busy over the summer. Read on for details.
Undergraduate Jack Wands (PPE 2016) has been elected as SU President for 2017/8.
On Saturday 24 June, the sun shone brightly on Wadham as Benefactors, family and friends came to enjoy afternoon tea in the beautiful surroundings of the Private Fellows’ Garden.
Handling live hissing cockroaches and guessing the identities of a variety of animals from their skulls and teeth proved to be fun science for visiting students from two of Wadham’s link region schools.
Working at Wadham for 30 and 20 years respectively, Sandra Bailey and Jacqui Person were rewarded for their outstanding contributions at a meeting of the College Governing Body.
Wadham graduate student Sarah-Beth Amos has won the Peter Beaconsfield Prize in Physiological Sciences 2017.
Cricketers past and present gathered at Wadham for the annual College versus President’s XI cricket match and dinner.
Two Wadham students have been rewarded for outstanding original literary compositions.
A new edition of Euripides’s Iphigenia at Aulis, the first in English since 1891, has been published by Wadham Emeritus Fellow James Morwood.
Wadham AI experts shared insights about the Fourth Industrial Revolution with San Francisco alumni at an illuminating and thought-provoking panel discussion.
Sauvignon blanc and research summaries were the subjects of two popular events organised by Wadham College Research Associates this term.
Latest news on the Dorothy Wadham Building student accommodation project on Iffley Road where demolition work is now underway.
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...
Wadham welcomes visitors during opening times and prospective students at any time (when occasional restricted events are taking place you may be asked to return). Wadham will be closed for an event on Saturday 22 July.
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