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22 March 2019

Baroness Mary Warnock, CH, DBE, FBA (1924-2019)

Hertford College is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of honorary fellow and noted philosopher Baroness Mary Warnock, who died on Wednesday. Born Helen Mary Wilson in Winchester, she was the youngest of seven child...

19 March 2019

Scholarships for graduate study

We’re pleased to announce five scholarships for graduate students, available from the start of the new academic year. At Hertford we value our graduate students, who come from around the world to study in a friendl...

13 March 2019

Martin Maiden admitted as Senior Proctor

Professor Martin Maiden, one of our Tutorial Fellows in Biology, was today admitted as the University of Oxford’s Senior Proctor in an ancient ceremony at the Sheldonian Theatre. The University’s Proctors and...

5 March 2019

Women’s crew rowing to victory

Not since Bucks Fizz won Eurovision for Great Britain, since Charles and Diana got engaged, since ‘Chariots of Fire’ was released, or since the first ever Homebase opened, has the Hertford College Boat Club w...

4 March 2019

Student conductor success

Charlotte Corderoy, second-year Music student at Hertford, has been appointed as the new Music Director of Oxford University Philharmonia. As one of our two organ scholars at Hertford, Charlotte leads the musical life of...

27 February 2019

New inflammation research published

Professor David Greaves’s research group at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology have published a new paper on human cannabinoid receptors. Our two cannabinoid receptors were first discovered 30 years ago ̵...

26 February 2019

Summer Studentships launched

Applications for this year’s Summer Research Studentships are now open, giving Hertford students the opportunity to spend their summer undertaking a funded research project in Oxford. Three Studentships are availab...

20 February 2019

Fan fiction impact award

The outreach work of Hertford Physics Lecturer, Dr Sam Henry, has been recognised with a University impact award. Sam’s work was celebrated at the University’s annual Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences ...

6 February 2019

Brand-new video competition launched

Unsung Heroes of Science is a brand-new video competition for 16-18 year-olds, searching for the stories that have been left out of the textbooks. We all know the big names of science, but what about those who were worki...

4 February 2019

Apply for All-Innovate

Hertford is excited to be part of the Oxford Foundry’s All-Innovate idea competition and entries are now open! We encourage any Hertford students with an entrepreneurial idea to apply for the competition, which boa...