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18 July 2019

Queen’s Award for Children Heard and Seen

Hertford College were delighted to host Children Heard and Seen this week as they celebrated being presented with the Queen’s Award. Oxfordshire based charity Children Heard and Seen received the Queen’s Awar...

3 July 2019

Winners of Unsung Heroes of Science competition announced

We’re delighted to announce that the winners of our inaugural video competition were crowned yesterday in a celebration event at Hertford College. Brother and sister Kairul & Tasnia Choudhury took first place i...

21 June 2019

40 years later: Geography medal for student turned professor

The RGS-IBG Victoria Medal recognises outstanding geographical scholarship; we are delighted that this year’s recipient is the University’s chair of Geography and Hertford Professorial Fellow, Prof. David S.G...

13 June 2019

Warnock Society & Summer 8s

Warnock Society tour of Oxford’s Botanic Gardens & Summer 8s BBQ. The college had the privilege of hosting our Warnock Society members for their annual Summer event (luckily, this was before the rain) at Oxford...

7 June 2019

Top Foreign Office job for Visiting Academic

Kumar Iyer, an Academic Visitor at Hertford since 2017, has today been appointed Chief Economist at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, becoming the first British-Asian to hold this role. Kumar’s experience stradd...

30 May 2019

Alumna featured in photography exhibition

Hertford alumna Reverend Susie Simpson (Music, 1978) has been featured in a photography exhibition at the Oxo Tower Gallery, London. Alumna Revd Susie Simpson was recently featured in a photo-story exhibition by Jim Grov...

29 May 2019

The World of the Crusades

The latest book by Professor of History of the Crusades, Christoper Tyerman, was published last week, re-imagining the period in the light of objects made and used by the crusaders themselves. The crusades are often seen...

28 May 2019

Royal Opera success

Hertford alum’s acclaimed performance at the Royal Opera House. Congratulations to Edmund Whitehead (Music, 2011), whose recent production of Phaedra at the Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House, has been met with cri...

24 May 2019

Inspiring Essex

Head of Sixth Form at The FitzWimarc School in Rayleigh wins one of Oxford University’s Inspirational Teachers Awards. We were absolutely delighted to see teacher Steve Jolley pick up an award at last week’s ...

23 May 2019

Hertford evidence in US Congressional Committee

If you were following the US Congress’s Subcommittee on Water, Oceans, and Wildlife hearing this week, you may have heard evidence citing Hertford’s own Clive Hambler. Clive, who is our Organising Tutor and C...