Following a generous gift from an Orielensis and his wife, Oriel College is offering a new scholarship to support one Home/ROI postgraduate student undertake a DPhil in any subject offered at the College.
Following a generous benefaction in honour of Emeritus Professor Keith Hawkins, Oriel College is offering a new scholarship to support one postgraduate student to undertake research into English or American legal history. It is hoped that the first scholar will join Oriel in October 2021.
Jackson Senior Research Fellow in Biodiversity and Conservation Professor Yadvinder Malhi has been announced as the President-Elect of the British Ecological Society, following an online ballot of members.
Oriel is taking part in All-Innovate this academic year. When applications open in mid-January, students will have an opportunity to pitch entrepreneurial ideas or ventures to be in with a chance of winning £40,000 of funding.
Following a generous gift from an Orielensis, Oriel College is offering a new scholarship to support one postgraduate student focused on artificial intelligence research as part of a DPhil course in either Engineering Science or Computer Science. We look forward to welcoming the recipient of this scholarship in Michaelmas Term 2021.
With admissions interviews taking place online this year, we want to ensure that applicants feel prepared and confident going into their interview. Here are some words of advice from our Outreach Officer, India Collins-Davies, to bear in mind when preparing for your interview.
Fellow and Tutor in Biochemistry Professor Lynne Cox was interviewed about her research by Longevity Technology. She discusses a recent commentary she co-authored that was published in The Lancet Healthy Longevity,highlighting the challenges of finding ways to protect older people from COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
Oriel's Provost Lord Mendoza introduced Professor Sarah Gilbert, the Oxford Project Leader for the Oxford AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, as she gave a lecture as the Longevity Forum's 'Person of the Year'.
Fellow in Computer Science Professor Ian Horrocks has been awarded the BCS Lovelace Medal 2020: Reasoning Systems. The BCS Lovelace Medal recognises those who have made significant contributions to the advancement of information systems.
Fellow in Politics, Dr Teresa Bejan, featured on BBC Radio 4 today, talking about philosopher Mary Astell, sometimes referred to as "the first English feminist". The programme will be re-broadcast at 9.30pm on Thursday 5th November.