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16 February 2021

Former Principal conferred as Fellow of Academy of Social Sciences

Will Hutton, Hertford’s Principal from 2011 to 2020, was today one of 37 leading thinkers to be conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. The Academy’s Fellowship is made up of distinguished indivi...

4 February 2021

What Does Jeremy Think?

Published today, What Does Jeremy Think? offers an insider’s view of the life and work of Hertford alumnus Jeremy Heywood.   Jeremy – Baron Heywood of Whitehall – graduated from Hertford with a BA...

2 February 2021

Oxford charity looking to re-connect with Hertford volunteers

Oxford-based charity Jacari is looking to re-connect with volunteers from Hertford who have been involved over the last 65 years.  Jacari was set up in 1956 as a student society to tackle inequality and racial discrimin...

2 February 2021

Hertford entrepreneur interviewed

Ani Haykuni, who holds an MBA from Hertford and the Saïd Business School, is interviewed about Vann, her ground-breaking app for cancer patients. Developed from her own experience of chemotherapy, Ani designed Vann as a...

1 February 2021

Prize-winning book by Academic Visitor

Professor Judith Herrin, Academic Visitor at Hertford College, has won the 2020 Pol Roger Duff Cooper Prize for her book Ravenna. Ravenna: Capital of Empire, Crucible of Europe, published by Allen Lane, investigates the...

25 January 2021

Medical History essay winner

Final-year Medicine student Faaris Zaki has won the University’s John Freind Prize in Medical History. Awarded by the Medical Sciences Division, the prize recognises an outstanding essay on the history of medicine....

21 January 2021

‘No Boys Play Here’ published by Sally Bayley

Dr Sally Bayley, Lecturer in English for Visiting Students, has published the second part of her coming-of-age story, No Boys Play Here. Sally’s latest book tells the story of a teenage girl in search of her lost f...

19 January 2021

Schofield leads £100m research institute

A new state-of-the-art institute for research into antimicrobial resistance is to open in Oxford, thanks to a £100 million donation from manufacturing giant Ineos. Academic lead for chemistry at the new Ineos Oxford Ins...

12 January 2021

Outstanding AI educator

Hertford Fellow and AI researcher Michael Wooldridge has been named as the recipient of a prestigious award recognising his lasting contributions to AI education. Mike’s Outstanding Educator Award is awarded by the...

11 January 2021

New Year knighthood for David Stuart

Hertford’s Senior Research Fellow in Medicine, Professor Sir David Stuart FRS FMedSci, has received a knighthood in the New Year Honours list for services to medical research and to the scientific community.  ...