26th September 2019
Teach First, a scheme which attracts the brightest graduates into teaching, is supported by Wadham in the form of bursaries to participating former students.
24th September 2019
The Culture of Dissent in Restoration England is the subject of a new book by Wadham’s George Southcombe.
With the tightening of a bolt, William W H Doo marked the milestone of reaching the highest point in the construction of Wadham’s new Undergraduate and Access Centres.
18th September 2019
Wadham Fellow Nathalie Seddon is launching a new science-into-policy tool to help tackle climate change through nature at the UN Climate Week in New York.
17th September 2019
“A fascinating narrative. Superbly researched” is how one reviewer describes a new book on Romanian history by Wadham alumna Cristina Bejan, (MSt and DPhil Modern History, 2004).
16th September 2019
Hundreds flocked to Wadham, with more than 400 people visiting the Holywell Music Room on Saturday morning, as College welcomed Oxford Open Doors visitors.
12th September 2019
Following a sell-out performance at London’s Serpentine gallery, Wadham DPhil student Shwanda Corbett (Fine Art, 2016) talks about her passion for ceramics and performance art.
11th September 2019
Wadham alumni reunited in College for a weekend of celebrations at the 1610 and Alumni Society dinners.
9th September 2019
Eleven history finalists, who have been awarded first class degrees, are among Wadham students winning named College prizes following the announcement of results for 2018/9.
5th September 2019
The promise of Wadham’s exciting new AL_A designed buildings was brought to life by a tour of the construction site with Beard site manager Kieran Tiller.
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