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Wadham's Professor of Engineering will be a guest speaker at the Intercollegiate Engineering Alliance Summer Conference
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More than 100 alumni joined our evening of music and poetry from the Holywell Music Room.
Wadham’s new Back Quad Buildings have been selected as finalists for the Prix Versailles, a prestigious international architecture prize.
Congratulations to Wadham Lecturer Dr Rachel Tanner who receives a 2021 Teaching Excellence Award.
Wadham students thanked College staff with surprise gifts of tea, coffee, cafetières and tea diffusers in a gesture of appreciation for their hard work throughout this challenging year.
Wadham’s Jana Terenova and team have won second prize in a global science innovation competition with their novel idea for cancer treatment.
Congratulations to Wadham Honorary Fellow, Professor Stuart Russell (Physics, 1979), who has been honoured with an OBE for services to artificial intelligence research.
"Let’s see this as a moment when we can do big, bold, ambitious things that would change social mobility, not just incrementally, but in a really dramatic way,” said Sir Michael Barber at Wadham’s 2021 Social Mobility Summit.
Latest conservation research by Wadham Fellow Molly Grace has been translated into outreach materials for secondary school students.
Wadham College has been placed sixth among Oxford colleges in the Oxford University Norrington table rankings published this month.
A substantial social mobility programme to support school and college students from less advantaged socio-economic backgrounds aspiring to study law and join the legal profession is announced today by Wadham College and global law firm, Linklaters.
A short story telling the life of An Lushan, an 8th century General of the Tang Dynasty wins the Rex Warner prize for 2021.
Wadham students and staff can pick up boxes of seven Lateral Flow Device (LFD) tests from the Lodge/reception thanks to the University’s new ‘LFD Collect’ scheme.
Discover more about supporting young people through our Access to Excellence strategy; building Oxford’s first purpose-built Access Centre and fully accessible Undergraduate Centre; and how you can help support the College.
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...
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