Wadham Human Rights Forum, Tuesday 5.30pm, Okinaga Room
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Eleven members of Wadham College Football Club are taking part in a charity cycle ride from Merifield, in Oxford, site of the College sports ground, to Merifield in Somerset, home of College founders, Nicholas and Dorothy Wadham.
Hoping to inspire school students about science, Wadham's Mark Wallace joins 'I'm a Scientist, Get me out of here', risking being ‘voted off’ or winning £500 towards science communication.
Read accounts from wartime editions of the Wadham Gazette, along with extracts from the hundreds of letters sent by serving Wadham men to the Warden, in our fascinating Wartime Wadham Centenary feature.
Japan has been experiencing stagnant economic growth and deflation for the past two decades. Europe and the United States are facing a similar prospect. Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, has put in place a rescue plan popularly known as “Abenomics”. Is this programme working? What are the lessons that Europe and the US could draw from the Japan experience?
'Reporting human rights: Rwanda, Dale Farm and disability hate crime' is the subject of the next Wadham Human Rights Forum, with guest speaker, the journalist and campaigner, Katharine Quarmby.
“Alchemy” is how Film Producer David Thompson described the process of creating a hit film from a book, at Wadham's Movie Masterclass.
Accelerating women’s advancement and leadership in academic medicine was the subject of an expert international workshop at Wadham College.
A scholarship, part-funded by Wadham College, is enabling Ghanaian student of Public Policy, Charles Dollie, to pursue his dream to start a business promoting entrepreneurial growth in Africa.
Celebrating 40 years of women at Wadham and 400 years of scientific innovation, 2014 promises to be a great year to reunite with alumni both at home and abroad.
Student applications are now open for Wadham College Travel Grants 2014.
Ever wondered what your tutors get up to on an average day? Follow a day in the life of Wadham tutor Dr Emma Cohen.
'Watered Colors' is a new poetry collection by Wadham alumnus Michael Levin (1964, English Literature/Theatre).
Did you play men's or women's cricket at Wadham College? Were you a Freebooter? Maybe you were captain?
Differences between competition and cooperation, key to understanding biological organisation, are the subject of new research by Wadham Lecturer, Cedric Tan.
Wadham’s copy of the 1623 Shakespeare First Folio has been the subject of scrutiny by Shakespeare scholar, Dr Emma Smith.
Insights into the ‘forbidden symmetry’ of Sir Roger Penrose’s non-repeating patterns are given in a new film released this month by the Royal Institution.
It’s time for Wadham students to get creative and enter the Rex Warner Prize competition for original short stories, poems or translation.
Visitors are welcome to Wadham College during opening times. Prospective students are welcome at any time. (You may be asked to return if an occasional restricted event is taking place).
- Term time
- 13.00 - 16.15
- Out of term
- 10.30 - 11.45
13.00 - 16.15
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Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...