Nuffield College opened its doors to the members of the public for the return of Oxford Open Doors
Members of Nuffield College are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Work by Nuffield academics finds that the life expectancy of Hispanic and Black men in the US was hit harder during COVID-19.
Sir Roy Harrod Official Fellow in Economics elected in recognition of distinguished contribution to research
LSE shares memories of former Nuffield Warden and distinguished economist, including a new memoir by Judith Atkinson.
Following Nuffield’s successful Undergraduate Scholars Institute pilot in 2019, the College joins forces with the University’s programme to improve graduate access to the social sciences.
The results of a survey of international NGO leaders led by Fellow Andrew Thompson has been made available today
Nuffield Fellow joins prestigious group of international scholars recognised for 'extraordinary accomplishments'
A new report from the Nuffield Politics Research Centre shows the political relevance of growing economic divisions in the UK
Professorial Fellow Paul Klemperer receives award for his significant contributions to the field.
Andrew Dilnot will lead an impartiality review of BBC taxation and public spending output.
Panel event chaired by Fellow Ridhi Kashyap celebrates LGBTQ+ month
We are extremely sad to share the news of the death of pioneering statistician and former Warden Sir David Cox on 18 January 2022.
MPhil student Maria Gargiulo was part of the team that won the 2021 Rafto Prize.
Research Fellow Susana Campos Martin’s climate fable for children released at COP26.
The joint venture between the College and Oxford City Council will launch the second round of public consultation on Thursday 11 November.
Professorial Fellow Janina Dill has been awarded a Philip Leverhulme Prize for early career researchers with a promising research future.
Nuffield Fellows Ridhi Kashyap and José Manuel Aburto find that COVID-19 caused the biggest decrease in life expectancy since World War II.
Thank you to everyone who made it possible for the Nuffield-Oxford Sir David Butler Scholarship to be endowed in perpetuity
Work by Professorial Fellow Andrew Thompson shows how the cultural sector could help the UK bounce back from the pandemic
Professorial Fellow in Economics Barbara Petrongolo elected to Fellowship
The Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS) took place online for the first time in June 2021.
The College and Oxford City Council invite ideas and feedback from the community on emerging proposals for the 'Oxpens' site
Fellow Melinda Mills joined the Brussels Economic Forum to talk about the future of employment in Europe after the pandemic.
Research by Non-Stipendiary Research Fellow José Manuel Aburto finds that saving young lives has contributed more to increasing life expectancy
Nuffield alumnus and Visiting Fellow John Kay has been knighted in this year’s list.
Nuffield alumnus and soon-to-be postdoc Ludvig Sinander has been invited to take part in the tour.
The project run by Senior Research Fellow Federico Varese will build datasets on organised criminal activity.
Our thoughts are with the Royal Family today, the day of the Duke's funeral.
Some of our academics are, as part of their broader social science interests, conducting research pertinent to women and gender. We have gathered some recent examples.
Nuffield Fellow Andrew Thompson and Nuffield alumni honoured in Queen’s 2021 list.