12th August 2019
Submissions are open for two Wadham College prizes, each worth £200, rewarding original essays on any subject.
13th July 2019
Led by the Dean of Degrees, Ray Ockenden, Wadham students don caps and gowns to walk to the Sheldonian Theatre for their graduation ceremony.
11th July 2019
A ‘radical’ plan to boost UK growth by a former Wadham student and his parents has been named as one of the co-winners of the £100,000 Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) Economics Prize.
4th July 2019
Poems written by Ann Ang (DPhil English, 2018) and Cian McAlone (Oriental Studies, 2015) have been awarded the 2019 Rex Warner Prizes.
Student led tours, demonstration interviews, admissions and personal statement talks and meet the tutor sessions...Open Days 2019 in pictures.
3rd July 2019
Alasdair Leeding (Biochemistry, 2018) is Wadham’s new Student Union President.
1st July 2019
A spectacular evening of live music, acrobatics, dance and dodgems brought the academic year to a memorable close for Wadham students and alumni.
20th June 2019
The urgency of the need for action on climate change and ecosystem collapse was outlined in a hard-hitting and emotional presentation by Dr Tom Sinclair at Wadham’s Human Rights Forum.
Compensation claimed following the abolition of slavery and how the Royal Society shaped imperial power were among discussions on an ’Uncomfortable Wadham’ tour.
18th June 2019
Has British multiculturalism failed was the question discussed by panellists at Wadham’s 2019 Race Symposium.
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