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Professor Louise Richardson to leave position of Vice-Chancellor

"Professor Louise Richardson is set to leave Oxford after a seven year term as the Vice-Chancellor. She will leave the role in December of 2022 and assume a new role as President of the Carnegie Corporation of New York in January of 2023."

Vice-Chancellor “embarrassed” Michael Gove studied at Oxford

Her comments were a criticism of Mr Gove’s infamous remark that “people in this country have had enough of experts”.

New online hub raises awareness of University’s colonial past

The online hub includes details on the University's efforts to address system racism in education, including outreach programmes which aim to provide support to Black applicants at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

University announces plans for in-person teaching in Michaelmas, UCU not consulted

Oxford University has announced its commitment to resume some face-to-face teaching in Michaelmas term. In an email to students, the vice-chancellor, Prof Louise Richardson, affirmed...

Students ‘infuriated’ over VC’s access event

Mansfield JCR President Daria Lysyakova noted that Richardson’s view on issues of access was one that “[she does] not share”.

Oxford Diocese defends invitation of Islamic scholar to preach at University...

Monawar Hussain was invited to deliver a sermon by Vice-Chancellor Louise Richardson

In full: Vice Chancellor’s 90k expenses laid bare

Figures also show that pro vice chancellors spend hundreds in pub business meetings

Vice chancellor says ‘majority’ of UK politicians believe Oxford admissions are...

Richardson described the unpublished University-sponsored survey as "damning"

Oxford’s access problem runs deeper than statistics alone

Presenting Oxford’s social inequality as a number gives the impression it can be solved through a bit of adding and subtracting

Oxford academic forced to leave after Home Office dispute

Dr Fengying Liu's departure has raised concerns over Oxford's ability to recruit academics from around the world after Brexit