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We’re delighted to announce a wonderful performance from this year’s Catz Finalists, who have performed outstandingly and brought the College to 3rd place in the Norrington Table – the f

Thelma Holt CBE, Emeritus Fellow of St Catz, has received the 2018 Sam Wanamaker Award – an award established to recognise pioneering work in Shakespearean theatre.

On 14 June, Oxford University held its fifth annual Sustainability Showcase at the Museum of Natural History, with staff and students from across the University gathering to recognise their contrib

In anticipation of Garsington Opera's latest production 'The Skating Rink', our Fellow in Spanish Ben Bollig will be offering his expertise in a d

St Catz will be taking part in the University Open Day on the 14th September. We look forward to welcoming prospective students to find out more about life at the University of Oxford and at Catz!

We are immensely proud that two of our alumni have been recognised in the 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours list.

We have such a diverse range of research happening at graduate level here at Catz, and we want to celebrate it.

Alumna Helen Zaltzman (1999, English) won big at this year's British Podcast Awards in May, taking home both the 'Podcast Champion' and 'Smartest Podcast' awards.

Catz alumnus Fred Jarvis (1949, PPE) recently staged his final, and biggest, photography exhibition, entitled 'In the Days Before Selfies'.

Alex Teytelboym, Associate Professor of Economics and Tutorial Fellow at Catz, has received a prestigious three-year New Investigator Grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to f

Jessica Goodman, our Fellow and Tutor in French, is one of the latest academics to have been granted a British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award (BARSEA), in April this year.

On Tuesday 1 May, Oxford paid homage to the Chilean writer, physicist and mathematician, Nicanor Parra (Honorary Fellow and alumnus of St Catherine's Society).

Fellows' Publications

'A Ketone Ester Drink Lowers Human Ghrelin and Appetite' co-authored by Heidi de Wet, Fellow and Tutor in Pre-clinical Medicine, was selected as an Editors' Choice article for the February 2018 issue of The Obesity Society's monthly journal, Obesity.
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The Murderer of Warren Street: The True Story of a Nineteenth-Century Revolutionary (Hutchinson, 2018) by Marc Mulholland, Fellow and Tutor in History, tells the true story of Emmanuel Barthélemy, one of 19th-century London’s most notorious murderers and revolutionaries.
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Simon Bridges named Leader of New Zealand’s Opposition

The College has continued its successful streak of Telethon campaigns – thanks to you!

Two second-year Law students, Wei Jin Chan (2016, Law) and Kseniia Simongauz (2016, Law), recently won a mooting competition between St Catz and our sister college, Robinson College, Cambridge.

Every year, the undergraduate students of St Catz elect a charity for whom they fundraise alongside Emilie’s Charities

Oxford University has published its first Annual Admissions Statistical Report, drawing together data about undergraduate admissions for the University as a whole, and for individual colleges and s

Over 10th-12th May, Catz MBA students visited Paris as part of a team from the Oxford Saïd Business School, to compete in the 28th annual MBA Tournament (also known as MBAT).

Catz alumnus Professor Mark Miodownik (1988, Metallurgy) has launched a new three-part series on BBC Radio 4, exploring our love-hate relationship with plastic, why we have ended up with oceans of