Event: Working for Hillary :
Wadham Human Rights Forum, 4 March, 5.30pm, Moser Theatre
Alumna Lissa Muscatine shares her experience as White House and State Department speechwriter and senior advisor to Hillary Clinton. All welcome. More
How willing are we to defend free speech after the attack on Charlie Hebdo? And in enjoying free speech, how much should we tolerate the offensive?
Student applications are now open for this year’s Wadham College travel grants.
Wadham alumna Lissa Muscatine shares her experience as White House and State Department speechwriter and senior advisor to Hillary Clinton during the 2008 Democratic Party leadership campaign.
Join us for Choral Evensong, sung by the Chapel Choir, at 6pm. The services are open to all college members and staff, families and friends, and members of the public.
#IGaveToDorothy, a student led ‘leavers’ campaign, is encouraging final year Wadham students to donate to access work, book grants and a stair-lift for Wadham’s dining hall.
Preparing for the Varsity football match on Sunday 8 March in Cambridge, Wadham third year History undergraduate and University football goalkeeper Benjamin Szreter has been training hard.
Infertility and women’s legal rights were the subjects of presentations at the Wadham Graduate Research Forum this month.
As our pre-sixties alumni register for the Spring Gaudy, Clive Hildebrand (1960 PPE) shares his Wadham memories and photos. Do send us your Wadham reflections.
Women from across College met in the Wadham’s Graduate Centre to celebrate the ongoing critical roles played by women in all areas of College life.
Visitors to St Edmund Hall might spot a familiar face among the grotesques. Wadham Emeritus Fellow Jeffrey Hackney can be seen in his legal wig looking out from the tower. So how did Jeffrey’s grotesque come to be there?
Oscars, research updates, student activities, events, press coverage, news and features in our Spring newsletter.
Wadham students are leading a campaign to promote racial awareness and equality across colleges at the University of Oxford.
Wadham undergraduates and visiting students, graduates, post-docs and fellows from a range of disciplines met over a day to debate the theme of (Dis)ability on Saturday.
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.
An award for making an ‘Outstanding Individual Contribution to Oxford Life’ has been presented to Wadham student Marie Tidball (2011, Criminology) at the inaugural OUSU Student Awards.
Nearly 100 Brilliant Club students from schools in London, the South East and the Midlands spent a day at Wadham as part of a scheme to encourage outstanding pupils from non-selective state schools to consider applying to University.
‘Exemplars of the Wadham spirit’ are the words Warden Ken Macdonald QC chose to describe Andy Mummery, Paddy Greaves and Pete Morgan, the three Wadham College freshers who have committed themselves to the Oxford RAG charity climb of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Calling European secondary school students aged 16 or older with a passion for mathematics. Applications are open for a six week summer maths programme at Wadham College, University of Oxford starting 11 July 2015.
Increasing intellectual exchange between Wadham’s graduate students and the College faculty is part of the remit of four new Research Associates who have joined Wadham this term.
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).
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- 13.00 - 16.15
- Out of term
- 10.30 - 11.45
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It’s time for Wadham students to get creative and enter the Rex Warner Prize competition for original short stories, poems or translation.
Wadham College Library’s treasured copy of Horace which belonged to the poet John Donne has hit the headlines following an article in the Times Literary Supplement.
Follow members of our housekeeping team (Scouts) through a typical day to understand the essential role they play in College life.
Ten years since Wadham Butler Don Gallagher and his wife Della survived the Tsunami in Sri Lanka, their charity, Friends of Della and Don, is changing lives.
Academically excellent students with a disability can apply for a new graduate scholarship to fund their Masters' studies at Wadham College.
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...