Latest news from Balliol

Thursday 8 November

Professor Bruce Chapman (Oliver Smithies Lecturer and Visiting Fellow) will give these Oliver Smithies Lectures: ’Normativity and Rationality in Economic Analysis of Law: Two Critiques’. 

Tuesday 6 November

Second-year BPhil Philosophy student Maya Krishnan has been elected to a Fellowship by Examination at All Souls College, Oxford.

Tuesday 6 November

Dr Paul Williams (Balliol 1995) has been shortlisted for a 2018 NERC Impact Award.

Tuesday 30 October

Martin Edwards (Balliol 1974) has won the Crime Writers’ Association Dagger in the Library award 2018.

Tuesday 16 October

Two Balliol alumni are included in the latest update of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Wednesday 10 October

Balliol was privileged to have Kristina Arriaga de Bucholz, a Commissioner on the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), preach at the Chapel service on Sunday 7 October.

Monday 8 October

Dr Vicky Neale (Whitehead Lecturer in Mathematics and Supernumerary Fellow) has won a Suffrage Science award.

Wednesday 3 October

As part of a new initiative designed to help widen access to Oxford University, Balliol invited secondary state school teachers for a day of professional development ‘tutorials’ with Balliol tutors and information sessions about the Oxford admissions process.

Tuesday 2 October

The  Jewish Quarterly Review has published a special issue remembering the work and contributions of the late Professor Elliott Horowitz (Oliver Smithies Visiting Fellow and Lecturer 2015-2016).

Monday 1 October

Congratulations to Jesse Sigal on winning first prize in the undergraduate category of the ICFP poster contest.

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