Film screening and discussion - Fourteen Days in May
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Meet Film Director, Paul Hamann, and Reprieve Founder and Director, Clive Stafford Smith, at the screening of the documentary Fourteen Days in May.
This term’s Informal Concert provides a platform for any members of the College to perform in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Outstanding harmonies from the Wadham Chapel Choir were a highlight of the carols by candelight Chapel service which attracted some 300 students, College members and their guests on Sunday.
An award for excellence in teaching has been presented to Professor Ben Berks, Wadham’s Fellow and Tutor in Biochemistry.
Predicting the economy, the Aer Lingus buy-out and wealth management were the subjects of discussions at a successful alumni networking event at Deutsche Bank in London.
Promising young scientists spent a day focussed on Engineering at an aspiration day encouraging school girls to consider the sciences at university.
Queer Week, Wadham’s annual celebration of LGBTQIA culture, culminated in Queerfest in the gardens on Saturday.
Student organisers of Wadham’s 2016 Wonderland Ball are launching an access scheme to help students in financial difficulties apply for reduced price tickets.
Empowering Wadham women in their legal careers, a mentoring scheme set up by Wadham College Law Society is set to expand.
Wadham Emeritus Fellow Brian Trowell died on 12 November 2015 at Oxford.
Eleven graduate students have been awarded senior scholarships to help them finance their studies at Wadham College.
All Wadham students are invited to enter a short film competition, with the theme ‘My Wadham’.
Students, Oxford law faculty members and senior members of the judiciary gathered for the final of the 2015 Herbert Smith Freehills Oxford Disability Mooting Championship at Wadham College on Saturday.
GCHQ Director, Robert Hannigan (1983, Classics) has been appointed as an Honorary Fellow at Wadham College.
Migration, diasporas and citizenship are the focus of a new interdisciplinary collection of essays, co-edited by Wadham’s Jane Garnett, Religion in Disapora, Cultures of Citizenship.
“The best way to deal with extremist speech is rarely to stop talking” said Wadham College Warden Ken Macdonald QC in his address at the launch of the Orwell Prize 2016.
More travel tales from Wadham students who were awarded alumni funded grants to help them travel in relation to their studies. From violin lessons in Egypt to English teaching in Korea and China, find our more about our students' travel experiences.
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...
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