The first ever International Prize in Statistics has been awarded to Honorary Fellow Professor Sir David Cox
Professor Iain McLean contributes to the University of Oxford’s 'EU referendum: Analysis' selection of academic insights
A study of emergency food bank use in West Cheshire reveals the true scale and complexity of food poverty
Over 100 College members and alumni attend a special panel discussion on Brexit
Gwendolyn Sasse contributes to Carnegie Europe's question of the week
The Centre for Social Investigation undertook research on the childhood origins of social mobility on behalf of the government’s Social Mobility Commission
Watch the seminar by David Cox recorded for a conference at Rutgers University
Prof Atkinson has won the Richard A. Lester Award from Princeton University for the outstanding book in industrial relations and labor economics
What can languages of ‘European Memory’ tell us about Europe’s borders, how these changed over time and whether they are fluid or rigid?
Professor Gwendolyn Sasse provides an analysis of the Minsk process aimed at resolving the conflict in Ukraine.
Read the comment piece in The Conversation
Tony Atkinson, Honorary Fellow and former Warden (1994-2005) wins the 2016 Dan David Prize for Combatting Poverty, and the PROSE Award 2016
How a Welsh comprehensive school sent so many children to Oxbridge
Google announced today that Nuffield College has been included in their recent update.
The Gwilym Gibbon Centre hosts a small specialist conference in December attended by public servants from London, Cardiff and Edinburgh and experts on funding formulae.
We are sad to announce the passing in September 2015 of a Nuffield Alumna, Professor Elizabeth Waters (DPhil Sociology, 1998), who died at age 48 after a five-year battle with breast cancer.
On Friday 3 December 2015, the two Guardian Fellows delivered the 19th Guardian Lecture on "Spying in the 21st Century: Snowden, Putin, and Murder in Britain".
Huge congratulations again to the Nuffield student team who appeared on University Challenge for the second time on 9 November 2015, competing against Warwick University.
Project to catalogue and conserve an archive of materials related to the Aberfan disaster gains new prominence on the 50th anniversary of the tragedy.
Ahead of the elections in Ukraine on Sunday, Gwendolyn Sasse (Professorial Fellow) gives a long interview on German public radio (ARD-SWR) yesterday morning about the situation in Ukraine.
Congratulations to our winning students on the University Challenge team
Working paper from the Gwilym Gibbon Centre for Public Policy