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The Bodleian Library is currently hosting an exhibition co-curated by Professor Ben Bollig, Fellow in Spanish at St Catz.

St Catherine’s is pleased to see one of our very new graduates Nathan Caldecott (2014, Fine Art) selected from this year’s graduating artists at Ruskin School of Art for a solo exhibition at Modern

With 20% of our alumni making donations in the 2015-16 financial year, our community was one of the most generous in Oxford.

Despite being arguably one of the most unconventional architectural ventures in Oxford, the French press have displayed an overwhelming warmth towards the College and its design over the past few y

Selina Siak, who was an Atlas Research Fellow at St Catherine’s from 1989 to 1992, has published her second novel.

St Catz are proud to see our very own Professor Philip Torr appearing on a fascinating BBC documentary about driverless cars.

St Catherine’s is pleased to announce that from Michaelmas 2017, the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages will welcome the first Maison Française/St Catherine's College Visiting Fellows in Mode

We are pleased to announce that Sir Tom Stoppard OM CBE FRSL will succeed Claude-Michel Schönberg as the next Cameron Mackintosh Visiting Professor of Contemporary Theatre.

We are pleased to report that another Summer Eights campaign brought blades home for two Catz crews.

This year’s OUSU Teaching Awards took place at the Oxford Town Hall on the 11th of May 2017.

Former Catz student Anna Corderoy (2013, English Language & Literature) has been recently selected to be part of the GB Rowing Team this year and will be coxing the LTA4+ Para squad.

The College and the University of Oxford Chemistry Department are delighted to be welcoming Professor Tony Cheetham FRS to give this year’s Katritzky Lecture.

In the past two months, three Catz students have reached the finals of two highly competitive mooting competitions.

On the 25th of April 2017, St Catz was delighted to welcome back Peter Galbraith (1973, PPE) to give his lecture, 'How does it all end? Syria, Iraq and Kurdistan'.

We’ve been recently delighted that two of our tutors and fellows, Dr Amanda Power and Professor Laura Tunbridge, have been featured on BBC Radio 4.

Professor Sarah Harper (1979, Anthropology & Geography) has recently been appointed as Director of the Royal Institution (Ri) by its trustees.

A Catz DPhil student, in collaboation with Google's DeepMind, has developed an artificial intelligence system which can read the movements of a person’s mouth better than professional, and human, l

The Wallace Watson Award lecture is one of the highlights of the St Catz year. This year’s was no exception.

A Catz English lecturer has been announced as a future radio and television broadcaster.

Professor Ben Bollig's book, Politics and Public Space in Contemporary Argentine Poetry (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) was the subject of a recent 'book at lunchtime' event, hosted by

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