The building represents the largest building project ever undertaken on behalf of the university and will be its biggest teaching and research facility.
The college, named after 15th-century scholar Thomas Linacre, will be renamed Thao college in honour of its benefactor and Vietnam’s richest woman Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao.
Gary Headland DL from the Lincoln College Group (LCG) will succeed Sally Dicketts CBE as Chief Executive in April 2022. Sally is stepping down after 18 years at the helm.
The Foundation increased the places on its scholarship programme established in 2012 and made a further donation of £8m for buildings at Reuben College, including a new Reuben Graduate Centre.
Secretary Clinton is being honoured alongside Prof. Dame Sally Davies, Prof. Linda Colley, Prof. Anna Deavere Smith, Baroness Ruth Lister, and the writer Jeanette Winterson.
Oxfordshire County Council has worked closely with The Gallery Trust in delivering the new buildings for the specialist academy, which were handed over to Orion Academy.
Times Higher Education (THE) has announced its World University Rankings for 2022 with the University of Oxford retaining the top spot for a sixth consecutive year.
The announcement from the Vice-Chancellor, in an email sent to all staff, will bring the university in line with Stage 4 of the UK government’s roadmap.
The project will create 54 bedrooms across two buildings, delivered to the ultra-low carbon Passive House Institute Low Energy Building Standard.
The Front of College project represents the largest redevelopment of the college in its history, having been completed to mark its 125th anniversary.
Families in north Oxfordshire will once again be able to book children, aged five to eleven years old, onto council-run school holiday hubs this summer.
June 2021 marks the 150th anniversary of the passing of the Universities Tests Act, which removed the last religious restrictions for scholars attending the University of Oxford.