16th August 2018
Innovative steps to increase fairness in education are the focus of discussion between the Wadham's Warden and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the Australian National University in this short film.
13th August 2018
Raising awareness of stark and unjust inequalities that characterise present day society, Wadham Fellow in Law, Tarun Khaitan, has been awarded the 2018 Letten Prize.
10th August 2018
Trinity Term may well be over, but Wadham is anything but quiet in the summer months, with B & B, summer schools, conferences and other events keeping staff busy.
9th August 2018
Packing your holiday reading? New publications by Wadham alumni promise to interest and entertain.
1st August 2018
Feeling part of a community of mathematicians is key to the success of Wadham’s PROMYS Europe Maths Summer School, taking place over the summer.
31st July 2018
Early bibles in Wadham’s collections, including the King James Bible (1611), are the subject of two fascinating new films made by Wadham Librarian, Tim Kirtley.
27th July 2018
Alumnus, Alex Wood (History, 2012), takes his gender-focused play, Nine Foot Nine, to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August.
24th July 2018
“We are putting together a test piece for a beam and testing it for strength” explained Don and Jay, state school students from Bristol and Leicester, taking part Wadham’s UNIQ Engineering Summer School.
18th July 2018
“We are several breakthroughs away from having superhuman AI, but when they come things could change very fast” warns Wadham alumnus, Professor Stuart Russell.
12th July 2018
A poem by Tom Batuello (Mst English & American Studies, 2017) ‘A Myth of Colonial New England’ wins the 2018 Rex Warner prize.
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