Latest news from Balliol

Tuesday 22 May

Congratulations to three Balliol students who achieved successes at the Athletics Varsity 2018.

Friday 18 May

Drone footage at the Master’s Field shows how building at the site is progressing.

Friday 18 May

A recording of Professor Craig Packer’s talk ‘The Conservation Conundrum in Africa: Why Can’t Wildlife Pay its Way’, which he gave at the Dawkins Award Lecture 2018, is now available.

Wednesday 16 May

We congratulate postgraduate student David Wei Jia on receiving his fourth Full Blue and other achievements in powerlifting.

Wednesday 16 May

Gijsbert Werner (Junior Research Fellow at Balliol and Newton International Fellow in Oxford’s Department of Zoology) has published a new study that has shed light on why cooperative relationships among plants break down.

Monday 14 May

We warmly congratulate Honorary Fellow Professor Graham Richards and Professor Dimitri Kullmann (Balliol 1976) on being elected as Fellows of the Royal Society.

Friday 11 May

We congratulate Ballliol Fellows Dr Dan Butt and Professor Adam Smyth, and postgraduate student Thomas Vogl, on winning awards in the Oxford SU Student-Led Teaching Awards 2018.

Tuesday 8 May

A group of young Baha’is visited Balliol - a place of significance for Baha’is because Shoghi Effendi, who guided the Baha’i community during a critical period in its early development, was a member of the College from 1920 to 1921.

Thursday 3 May

Three Balliol tutors have been shortlisted for the Student-Led Teaching Awards 2018.

Monday 30 April

A carved lion known as the Brackenbury lion, which had been removed for safety reasons, has been returned to a niche on Balliol’s façade.

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