Congratulations to Jenn for her nomination in the ‘Inclusive Teaching and Assessment’ award category for her work on diversifying the Curriculum in Biblical Studies at the University of Oxford.

The Vice-Chancellor’s Awards are a University-wide celebration of our outstanding people. They celebrate excellence, dedication, courage, ambition and inspirational contributions to Oxford’s mission.

What was previously five separate groups of awards has become a University-wide celebration for staff across Oxford. There were 250 award entries across the 11 categories this year, representing 1,500 individuals.

The winners and highly commended nominees will be announced at a ceremony at the Sheldonian Theatre in May. All staff will be invited to a Vice-Chancellor’s Awards showcase, taking place in May, to celebrate the success of our colleagues.

"I'm delighted by this news and grateful to the students who have taught us so much over the last years with this ne paper 'Why women, the Environment, Colonisation, and Black Lives Matter to New Testament Interpretation'. It is a joy to see the excellent work in the New Testament studies at Oxford recognised at this level."

Professor Jenn Strawbridge