A tour of the College gardens given by the Head of Gardens and Grounds, followed by lunch. The event is open to all Old Members and guests are welcome to attend.
The annual garden party for our generous College Benefactors. Invitation only; personal invitations have been mailed out.
A dinner for all Old Members who read Engineering. Emeritus Fellow Professor Tony Blakeborough, who retired this year, will be the guest speaker.
Members of the University, alumni, and members of the public are cordially invited to our Trinity Massada Visiting Fellowships Seminar at Worcester College. The Seminar will be held in the Tuanku Bainun Auditorium in the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre at 17:15 on Thursday 10th May 2018. Dr. Tovi Bibring of Bar Ilan University will be speaking about Exceptional Medieval Story-Tellers: How Three Jewish Writers of Hebrew in Europe Challenged the Dominant Culture of Their Times.
Worcester College Boat Club invites all former rowers and their guests to join us on Saturday 14 April for a fun and informal afternoon on the river. The event will begin in College at 12.00 noon with a buffet brunch in the Cellar Bar followed by a walk down to the boat house and a casual paddle or, for those who are feeling a bit more competitive, some side by side racing. Rally your crew and relive those glory days on the Isis!
Worcester Philosophy Conference, April 14-15 2018, in honour of Sabina Lovibond and Stephen Williams on the occasion of their retirement.
The 2018 North American Alumni weekend will be held in San Francisco.
A Worcester College Conversation featuring William Broyles (1966), introduced by the Provost Sir Jonathan Bate: “Writing for Hollywood”.
To be held at 6:00 p.m. precisely at the The University Club, One West 54th Street, New York. This event is generously hosted by David Loevner (1976).
Our annual dinner for all Old Members who either read or are practising Law. This year’s speaker will be Lady Justice Hallett DBE. Due to the refurbishment and closure of the Hall, pre-dinner drinks and the dinner will be held at Exeter College.
A jazz concert to be held in the Nazrin Shah Centre, Worcester College, in aid of the education of girls from an orphanage in rural Tanzania. All musicians are giving their services for free, including special guest Art Themen.
Tickets are available in advance from the Worcester College Porters' Lodge, or from the Department of Education by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets are also available on the door, although availability may be limited.