Work is now underway to prepare the Radcliffe Science Library (RSL) for the redevelopment of the building as part of the Parks College Project. To support this work, book moves took place over the summer (to avoid disruption during term time).
The Student Barometer survey gives Oxford students the chance to share their views on their University experience. Your feedback will be used by colleges, departments, faculties and central University services to identify strengths and weaknesses and put in place changes to help improve your experience at Oxford. A link to the Student Barometer has been sent from the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education) to all students. Please do take the time to complete it.
The Summer of Innovation is a funding scheme to help you realise innovative ideas as digital projects.
It’s similar to an internship, but allows you to work on a project based on your own idea.
You can now go to the Oxford Ideas platform to receive updates on the Summer of Innovation. Once you’ve logged in with your SSO, you’ll be notified as soon as you can add your ideas.
Idea submission will only be open for a short period in January, so make sure you’re ready.
On Friday 29 November the University is holding an event to consider the ongoing work on curriculum diversity.
The event will take place from 2-4pm in the Sir Christopher Cox Room of New College, and will allow you to discuss how work on curriculum diversity can be progressed.
Some departments have run curriculum diversity workshops over the past two years, and this event offers a chance to consider how to develop this work.
The Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education) will introduce the event and staff from some of the workshops will provide updates.
Each year the Oxford University IT Services department runs a short survey to better understand the IT requirements of current students.
This helps us make sure that the services we provide are able to meet those needs.
The survey takes less than five minutes to complete and closes on Friday 6 December 2019.
After this date, one lucky entrant will be randomly selected to win a £100 Amazon gift certificate.
Lincoln College student, Sasha Gill, is a professional photographer, cook, and writer – who also happens to be studying Medicine at Oxford.
Sasha’s first book ‘Jackfruit and Blue Ginger’ (Murdoch Books, 2019) is a recipe book about some of our favourite Asian foods, made vegan.
Sasha, who is half Indian and half Eurasian, was attracted to vegetarianism as a teenager for health reasons, and has gradually cut all animal products from her diet for environmental reasons.
Did you know that the flu vaccine is offered free of charge on the NHS to anyone with a serious long-term health condition?
Long term conditions include chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma; chronic liver, heart or kidney disease; diabetes; sickle cell disease, and more.
If you're eligible and want to take up the offer, contact your GP surgery or your local pharmacy to organise an appointment.
The Disability Advisory Service (DAS) facilitates support for students with sensory or mobility impairments, long-term health conditions, specific learning difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions or mental health difficulties.
Calm green space and tropical plants await you just a few steps from the hustle and bustle of the High Street.
Inside the Garden you will find unique botanically inspired gifts, and festive food and drinks for the whole family. Explore the Botanic Garden Boutique, the Herbarium Room and the marquee with over 40 unique artisan stalls.
Lift your spirits with live music and Christmas carols and let the children craft their own special Christmas gifts.
Please be aware that the Submissions Desk at the Examinations School will be closed to submissions on the following dates and times in December 2019 and January 2020:
- Tuesday 10 December from 2pm until 8.30am on Wednesday 11 December
- Thursday 19 December from 5pm until 8.30am on Thursday 2 January
If you plan to submit work during this holiday period, the building will be closed for submissions delivered in person, by post or by courier. Submissions made via the Examination Schools post box will not obtain proof of submission.