Fire Safety

 

A fire safety video for College members is available for download in two version at the following locations:

Video without subtitles:  https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/x/lVzV9H

Video with subtitles:  https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/x/mCZndr

 

 

 

Junior Research Fellow in the Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences

St Catherine’s College proposes to elect a Junior Research Fellow in the Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences. The Fellowship will be tenable for up to three years, and is for academics who hold post-doctoral research and/or teaching positions within the Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division of the University of Oxford and have no present College attachment.

The Fellow will be a member of the Senior Common Room and will have rights of Common Table (i.e. breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided free of charge on weekdays and when the College is open). The Fellowship is non-stipendiary.

More details can be found in the further particulars:
Further Particulars (Word version)
Further Particulars (PDF version)

Applications should be sent, in a single file, by email to personnel@stcatz.ox.ac.uk, to arrive not later than noon on Monday 1 October. Applications must include: a completed Application Cover Form (available to download as part of the further particulars); a letter of application; a full curriculum vitae; and the names of three academic referees. A recruitment monitoring form should also be submitted (available to download as part of the further particulars). Candidates should supply each of their referees with a copy of the further particulars and ask them to write directly to the Personnel Advisor, by email if possible, by the same closing date.

Interviews are expected to held at St Catherine’s on Monday 22 October or Tuesday 23 October.

The closing date for applications is noon on Monday 1 October.

Junior Research Fellow in the Humanities

St Catherine’s College proposes to elect a Junior Research Fellow in the Humanities. The Fellowship will be tenable for up to three years, and is for academics who hold post-doctoral research and/or teaching positions within the Humanities Division of the University of Oxford and have no present College attachment.

The Fellow will be a member of the Senior Common Room and will have rights of Common Table (i.e. breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided free of charge on weekdays and when the College is open). The Fellowship is non-stipendiary.

More details can be found in the further particulars:
Further Particulars (Word version)
Further Particulars (PDF version)

Applications should be sent, in a single file, by email to personnel@stcatz.ox.ac.uk, to arrive not later than noon on Monday 1 October. Applications must include: a completed Application Cover Form (available to download as part of the further particulars); a letter of application; a full curriculum vitae; and the names of three academic referees. A recruitment monitoring form should also be submitted (available to download as part of the further particulars). Candidates should supply each of their referees with a copy of the further particulars and ask them to write directly to the Personnel Advisor, by email if possible, by the same closing date.

Interviews are expected to held at St Catherine’s on Monday 15 October or Tuesday 16 October.

The closing date for applications is noon on Monday 1 October.

Trust No One

Anthony Mosawi (1992, Law)

Trust No One (Penguin, 2018)

Trust No One is the explosive debut thriller from Anthony Mosawi. The book introduces a fantastic new series character, Sara Eden – a young woman who can’t remember much, but knows she was imprisoned by the men trying to kill her. This is a high-concept read that grips and entertains like a Hollywood thriller.

Dean Kitchin Circle Lunch - Saturday, 5 October 2019

We have great pleasure in inviting our community of Legators to the Dean Kitchin Circle Lunch, an event that we hold biennially to say thank you for the incredibly generous foresight of our Legators. This will be the fifth Lunch and will take place for the first time in the historic city of Winchester, where Dean Kitchin is commemorated. The drinks reception and lunch will begin at 12.45pm at Winchester College, followed by a tour of Winchester Cathedral.

Date: Wednesday, 20 February 2019

Cost: No charge

2018 Finalists in Historic Norrington Table Success

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 first time St Catz has reached this level in 35 years.

We have much to celebrate, with the largest proportion of our Finalists, 63, achieving First-Class Honours, and 58 achieving Upper Second-Class Honours. Those awarded Firsts make up nearly 50% of the year group – a reflection both of our students’ hard work and dedication, and also of the excellence of the teaching they receive.

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