Thirteen years since its original publication, an updated second edition of Emeritus Fellow James Morwood’s The Plays of Euripides is published this month.
A short film featuring and choreographed by Wadham Biology Lecturer Cedric Tan has been shortlisted in the 2016 Dance your PhD competition.
Wadham’s Head Chef Neil Mahon won first prize for the biggest catch in the Oxford versus Cambridge University sustainable sea fishing competition in September.
More than £1,400 goes to Macmillan Cancer Support following the Great Wadham Bake Off, raffle, coffee morning and breakfast.
Two Wadham students are spearheading Oxford for Dunkirk, a group encouraging support for refugees at La Linière Camp in Grande-Synthe, Dunkirk.
Thanks to generous alumni support Wadham College is supporting students from disadvantaged backgrounds into higher education through a new partnership with IntoUniversity.
An original poem by Katia Mullova-Brind (English, 2014) has won the 2016 Rex Warner Prize.
Marking the retirement of Dr Stephen Goss, more than 100 Wadham medics and their guests attended the triennial Medical Society Reunion in College this week.
A “truly special network” is how one student caller described the Wadham community after a record breaking Telephone Campaign.
A new book, edited by Wadham’s Katharine Pardee, details the remarkable work of pioneering photographer and pipe organ enthusiast, Rev Andrew Freeman (1876-1947).
The musical talent of Wadham fourth year undergraduate Leo Munby (Chinese, 2013) will be under scrutiny at Oxford’s Playhouse Theatre in Anything Goes this October.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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