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Byron Byrne, our Fellow in Engineering Science, recently led a joint university-industry team to victory winning the 2017 British Geotechnical Ass

We are saddened to share the news of the passing of alumnus Dr Gene Sharp (1961, Social Studies), who died peacefully at his home in Boston, Massachusetts on January 28th, a week after celebrating

Early this year, Catz student Chloe Rooke (2015, Music) took part in a conducting course with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.

Our Fellow and Tutor in Pre-clinical Medicine, Heidi de Wet, has had a recent paper from her research group selected as an Editors’ Choice article

Our College Enigmatist, alumnus Chris Maslanka (1973, Physics), hosted a new series on the history of puzzles and puzzling on Radio 4 last

St Catz Alumnus and Honorary Fellow, Professor Masaki Orita, was recently decorated by HM the Emperor of Japan for his 40 years' service in the Foreign Office.

Peter Franklin, Emeritus Fellow in Music has been recognised for his services to music academia with a Festschrift published in his honour.

It is with sadness we share the news that Chilean poet and physicist Nicanor Parra has died, aged 103, at his home in Las Cruces.

Alumnus Ben Cohen (Geography, 2011) recently won The Pitch competition for 2017.

Four members of the St Catherine's community have been recognised in the 2018 New Year's Honours list.

We are delighted to announce that Catz alumna Katherine Rundell (2005, English Language and Literature) has won the 2017 Costa Children'

The 2017 Oxford iGEM team, which includes two St Catz students, returned from the annual competition in Boston, USA, with a Gold medal and  the extremely competitive award for Best Diagnostics Proj

Catz student and photographer Arturo Soto (2016, Fine Art) is putting on an exhibition at Oxford's Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies, on view until March.

On 16th November, the College hosted a symposium in the Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre entitled Talking About Dying: The Biggest Question.

Early this year, Catz alum Lisa Roberts QC (1988, English) was appointed Attorney General of the Northern Circuit, making history as the first female Attorney General in the Circuit’s 800 year hist

Alumnus Don Chapman (1952, English) published his latest book in September: Wearing the Trousers: Fashion, Freedom and the Rise of the Modern Woman (Amberley Publishing, Stroud).

Earlier this year, recent alumna Hannah Partington (2013, Neuroscience) spent three months volunteering abroad in Ghana as part of the International Citizen Service (ICS) programme, an overseas vol

Sleeping Rough is a docudrama film about UK street homelessness that has directly involved two Catz alumni, and many other college alumni who have generously donated towards the film's pro

Fellows’ Publications
 

The Man Engine, the UK’s largest mechanical puppet built to celebrate Cornish mining heritage has been granted a National Lottery Award.

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