Nuffield’s commitment to tackle racial inequality.
Nuffield Fellows’ research finds that mobile phones are driving a revolution for women.
Heads of Oxford Colleges, including Sir Andrew Dilnot, sign letter to promote, protect and advance racial equality.
Nuffield Fellow recognised by the European Consortium for Political Research for a lifetime of work on political theory
Nuffield Fellow Melinda Mills has been awarded a European Research Council grant for her innovative new project to collect and ethically distribute DNA data to scientists.
David Delacretaz, Susana Campos Martins and Sam Rowan will join the 7th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting on Economic Sciences
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Nuffield members and their colleagues have been using social science methods to examine some of the big questions about the spread of COVID-19.
The summer programme designed to help access to postgraduate studies in the social studies will return to Nuffield in 2020.
Senior Research Fellow John Darwin and Visiting Fellow Sharon White are recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours for 2020.
Nuffield Fellows continue the College’s long history of researching British elections and topical social science research.
Local and national stakeholders gathered at Nuffield to hear initial findings from work on pathways to homelessness in the city.
The College's 2019 Giving Day will take place this Saturday, 16 November.
The project involving Senior Research Fellow Brian Nolan will receive €9.8 million from a European Research Council Synergy grant.
The British Election Study – run by Nuffield and the University of Manchester – warns of high levels of unpredictability in any upcoming General Election.
The ‘Parenting for Lifelong Health’ project led by new Nuffield Professorial Fellow Lucie Cluver, is one of five to receive a Horizon Impact Award from the European Commission.
Nuffield Fellows Meg Meyer and Geoffrey Evans appointed to British Academy Fellowships.
Jane Rawson joins the College to head up the Library team.
Former Nuffield Warden Tony Atkinson’s last book – 'Measuring Poverty around the World' – was finished by John Micklewright and Andrea Brandolini.
The Oxfordshire Blue Plaques Board unveiled a new plaque to commemorate Nuffield’s first Official Fellow Margery Perham.
It was with great sadness that we learnt of the death of Honorary Fellow Martin Feldstein, whose dedication to the application and dissemination of economics made him one of the most influential economists of the last 50 years.
Carolyn Fairbairn and Norman Lamb honoured in the 2019 list.
New textbook by Nuffield Fellow Nan Dirk de Graaf and Associate Member Dingeman Wiertz addresses several of the most pressing problems facing societies today.
For its first year, the BME talk was given by entrepreneur and philanthropist Tom Ilube CBE.
Professorial Fellow Cécile Laborde gave the James A Moffett Lecture in Ethics at Princeton University on India, liberalism and comparative secularism.
Professorial Fellow Melinda Mills is one of the recipients of the ERC 2018 Advanced Grants for her research on chronotypes, health and family.
Nuffield Fellow Iain McLean provides comment for The Times on today’s indicative vote on Brexit in the UK Parliament.
The Nuffield Undergraduate Scholars Institute aims to expand access to advanced education in the social sciences.
The British Election Study will continue at Nuffield and the University of Manchester for 2019 to 2024.
The College gives its official response to the new Open Access proposal from the coalition of research funders across Europe.
Nuffield Fellows Bess Bukodi and John Goldthorpe launched their new book at a seminar at the Nuffield Foundation in London.
The report, edited by Nuffield Associate Member Anand Menon, includes contributions by Nuffield Fellows including Geoffrey Evans and Anthony Heath.
A report from the Centre for Social Investigation at Nuffield College reveals that levels of discrimination have remained unchanged since the 1960s