To all freshers and students arriving at Wadham
All alumni who studied Medical Sciences, Physiology, PPP and related subjects are warmly invited to the fourth triennial reunion of the Wadham Medical Society, which also marks the retirement of Dr Stephen Goss.
Wadham undergraduate Leo Munby (Oriental Studies, 2013) is Musical Director for this student production of Cole Porter's hit musical comedy.
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, overnight stay or meeting. Watch a video showing Wadham's conference facilities.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Emeritus Fellow and former College archivist Cliff Davies (History, 1956). Cliff died peacefully today 29/9/2016, surrounded by his family. He will be greatly missed. Details of a memorial service will be published in due course.
Following the promise of significant funding from generous benefactors, Wadham has asked internationally acclaimed architect Amanda Levete to develop designs for the replacement of the JCR and Goddard Building (staircases 16 and 17).
Back to front books, chained in place on the desks and only available to graduate students…these were normal features of seventeenth century libraries explains bibliographic historian Will Poole in a new short film about Wadham Library.
Disability is the focus of the latest issue of the Wadham Journal, which shares the work of Wadham’s graduate students with the wider College community.
No longer will Dorothy Wadham be the sole woman who looks out from the wall of Wadham’s early seventeenth century dining hall.
Submissions are open for two Wadham College prizes, each worth £200, rewarding original essays on any subject.
Some 200 alumni and guests were welcomed back to Wadham to attend the annual 1610 Society and Wadham Alumni dinners.
New detail on the microstructural mechanics of tendons has been revealed in the latest published work from Wadham Engineering Fellow Mark Thompson and the Oxford Mechanobiology Group.
Emeritus Fellow in Engineering, Dr Colin Wood, was a guest of honour at a gathering of China based alumni in Hong Kong this month.
Wadham rower Maddy Badcott (English, 2013) wins a silver medal in the World Rowing Under-23 Championships 2016 in Rotterdam.
Proposals for the development of student accommodation in the Dorothy Wadham Building on the Iffley Road site were unveiled at a public consultation event on Thursday.
The power of language, political spin, free speech, and the limits of democracy have been the focus of discussion and debate at this year's Politics summer school.
Four intrepid Wadham students took on Robinson College, Cambridge in a first round match of the student quiz University Challenge on BBC2.
Exploring the art and archaeology of ancient Greece and Rome in the Ashmolean Museum’s collection of ancient artefacts was one highlight of this year’s Classics Summer School.
Having achieved popular approval in her welfare role, Wadham welfare ‘cat’ Maisie, now aged 14, has been training a young apprentice, Jonah, to help with the job.
Wadham Lodge is staffed 24/7 by a team of porters who present the ‘face of Wadham’.
A free app to help students find the most suited job for them without filling out endless application forms is to be launched in September by Wadham undergraduate, Nicholas Shekerdemian (Chinese, 2013).
An exciting strategy to improve diversity and access to Oxford University was revealed by Wadham College at an event on Saturday.
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...
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