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Congratulations to Honorary Fellow and former St Catz Maths tutor (1979-1990), Professor Nigel Hitchin, who has been awarded the Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences for his contributions to geometr

St Catz alum and former member of the SCR (Lecturer in Biochemistry 2011-2013) Saul Moorhouse (2005, Chemistry) has been shortlisted by the Royal Society of Chemistry for the Young Industrialist of

Claude-Michel Schönberg has been named as the next Cameron Mackintosh Visiting Professor of Contemporary Theatre, based at St Catz.  He will succeed Simon Russell Beale in October 2016.

Students and Postdocs from the University, including members of Catz MCR, are helping organise this year's Pint of Science Festival in Oxford, taking place from 23rd-25th May

St Catz Lecturer and Tutor in Maths, Zubin Siganporia (2007, Mathematics), has won the Outstanding Tutor Award in the OUSU Teaching Awards for the Mathematics, Physical and Life Sciences category.

Paul S Davies, Fellow and Professor in Law, has published JC Smith's The Law of Contract (Oxford University Press, 2016).  

St Catz Fellow by Special Election in Physics and Professor of Chemistry, Bill David, is one of 7 Oxford Academics to have been elected into The Royal Society.

The College has some limited bed and breakfast availability for the three Degree Day weekends in July (16th, 22nd & 23rd and 29th & 30th) for graduating Catz students or their families.

Mark Simpson (2008, Music) has been nominated for The Times Breakthrough Award.

Dr Sumi Biswas, Junior Research Fellow in Medical Sciences, will be speaking at the 'Combatting Malaria through Collaboration' conference as part of World Malaria Day on Monday 25th April

Ben Bollig, Tutor in Spanish, has recently launched two new books at an event at Espacio Enjambre an arts space in Buenos Aires.

Congratulations to four of our St Catz community, who have been shortlisted for the OUSU Teaching awards, with the winners to be announced in the Town Hall on Tuesday 3rd May.

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism is holding an open seminar on the subject of, ‘The Media and the Environment: New and Old Challenges’.

St Catz DPhil student Hege Larsen (2011, Medical Sciences) won an award for the best oral presentation at the Experimental Biology cross disciplinary conference in San Diego for her talk entitled ‘

We have a few spaces left at the Degree Day on Saturday 4 June for any alumni who have not yet had their degree conferred at a ceremony.

The Easter break is proving to be a busy time for conferences at St Catz, with a range of residential courses taking place, spanning fields as diverse as Food Security, Innovation in Surgical Techn

James Rodgers (1984, Modern Languages) has recently published Headlines from the Holy Land: Reporting the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Palgrave MacMillan, 2015)

Two St Catz students were part of the Oxford University Lightweight teams that raced against Cambridge at the Henley Boat Races on Saturday.

St. Catherine’s College is very sorry to announce the death of Derek Davies (B.C.L., M.A., LL.B), Emeritus and Founding Fellow of the College.

The 2016 Wallace Watson Award lecture was a huge success.