26th April 2018
A statement from Wadham College Governing Body in relation to proposed reforms of the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS).
23rd April 2018
What would 'Western music' look like in an account of music history that is truly global?
19th April 2018
An academic discussion of Artificial Intelligence and a reception hosted by the Mayor and First Lady of Los Angeles were highlights of a series of Wadham events in North America this month.
18th April 2018
Starting your own business is exciting and daunting in equal measure. Wadham entrepreneurs discuss the challenges and opportunities, sharing their experience and advice.
17th April 2018
Calling Year 12 school students! Applications are open for five day Biology and Classics Summer Schools run by Wadham College at the University of Oxford from 20 - 24 August 2018.
11th April 2018
The remarkable story of Ada Lovelace, often considered the world’s first computer programmer, is told in a new book co-written by Wadham Fellow, Professor Ursula Martin.
10th April 2018
A combination of ancient teeth and stable isotopes can reveal much about ancient man as Scott Blumenthal, Junior Research Fellow in Human Sciences at Wadham College, University of Oxford explains.
5th April 2018
Snow, dream-therapy and a new washing-up system provided the perfect balance to studies at Wadham’s 2018 Cornwall Reading Party
3rd April 2018
What future for Syria? Alumna and author Diana Darke finds hope and inspiration in telling the story of a Syrian cloth trader in her latest book, The Merchant of Syria.
29th March 2018
Thanks to all Wadham alumni who took part in our telephone campaign, raising £250,000 for the Wadham Fund.
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