To Sarah Lawrence Programme students arriving at Wadham
Wadham is delighted to announce the appointment of six new Junior Research Fellows, five of whom are women.
Remarkable women representing the four decades since the admission of women to Wadham in 1974 took part in a panel discussion with Wadham alumni on 27 September.
Wadham's telethon kicks off on Saturday 20 September. Our student callers are manning the phones to talk to alumni and ask for support towards the Wadham Fund.
Wadham welcomes its new graduate and undergraduate students with a range of activities and events ranging from registration and welcome gatherings to tutor meetings, Q&A sessions, club and film nights, sports society meetings, socials and much more...
2014 sees the 400th anniversary of the birth of Wadham’s Warden Wilkins (1614-1672), who convened the founders of the Royal Society and created a unique environment for scientific innovation. To celebrate this anniversary, Wadham alumnus Melvyn Bragg (1958, History) will introduce world leading scientists including President of the Royal Society and Nobel Prize winner Sir Paul Nurse, mathematician Marcus du Sautoy (1983, Mathematics) and astrophysicist Jo Dunkley at this Sheldonian event.
Wadham College's historic buildings, magnificent gardens and comfortable accommodation combined with its central location, up to the minute facilities and excellent catering, provide the perfect location for your conference, summer school, reception, dinner or meeting. Watch a video showing Wadham's conference facilities.
Learn how the heavens were discovered and mapped by leading astronomers from 1500 onwards in a new book by Wadham’s Allan Chapman (1972, DPhil History of Science).
Deadlines are fast approaching for submissions for two Wadham College undergraduate prizes, each worth £200, rewarding original essays on any subject.
Wadham’s Sarah Lawrence Programme for visiting students gets off to a great start this term with the arrival of new Director, Dr George Southcombe.
Advanced Ultrasound technology for earlier tumour diagnosis, designed by Wadham Fellow David Edwards, is to be developed in a new partnership between Oxford’s Isis Innovation and Canada’s Centre for Imaging Technology Commercialisation.
As Wadham celebrates 400 years since the birth of its influential warden, the experimental philosopher and scientist John Wilkins (1614-72), academics gathered for a one-day symposium discussing his legacy.
Wadham College Law Society is calling for volunteers to take part in a pilot mentoring scheme to aid the development and career progression of Wadham’s female law graduates.
Students from London’s East End enjoyed a taste of Classics at Oxford during a week-long summer school hosted by Wadham College.
Wadham College has been ranked in the top five for academic performance based on 2014 finalists’ results.
A presentation by Wadham Emeritus Fellow Sir Roger Penrose was a highlight of a Maths Masterclass for talented European school students at Wadham.
It's 400 years since the birth of John Wilkins, Wadham College’s sixth Warden who advocated the new ‘experimental’ approach to science and whose Philosophical Club became the Royal Society. Marking this anniversary and celebrating science at Wadham today, read about Wadham's scientific past and present and sign up to our exciting events.
Applications are open for eleven graduate scholarships available to new and existing post-graduate students at Wadham.
Celebrate 40 years of women at Wadham. Read comments from Wadham's women across the years, look back at the decision making process that led to the admission of women and find out about upcoming events to mark this anniversary.
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.
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
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...