This policy has been developed to protect staff, members of College, Common Room, and visitors from exposure to second-hand smoke and to assist compliance with the Health Act 2006. Exposure to second-hand smoke increases the risk of lung cancer, heart disease and other serious illnesses.
Exposure to second-hand smoke increases the risk of lung cancer, heart disease and other serious illnesses.
Wolfson College does not permit smoking in any of its buildings. This policy applies to all employees, Fellows, students, members of Common Room, contractors and visitors.
Overall responsibility for policy implementation and review rests with the Governing Body. However, all staff and members of College and Common Room are obliged to adhere to, and support the implementation of the policy.
Appropriate no-smoking signs will be clearly displayed at the entrances to and within the premises, and in the College minibus.
Disciplinary procedures will be followed where staff and members of the College do not comply with this policy. Those who do not comply with the smokefree law may also be liable to a fixed penalty fine and possible criminal prosecution.
24 February 2020Wolfson student takes research to Parliament
Ben Armitage is a final year PhD student in the Department of Materials.14 February 2020Wolfsonians release song in solidarity with students in Wuhan
Wolfson is very proud to announce that Don't Laugh has released their song in solidarity with students in Wuhan.10 February 2020All-Innovate: The University's idea competition
Entries for the 2020 All-Innovate Idea competition are open until 16 February 2020.
Parties and Dinners29 - 29Feb FebDegree DaySaturday 29 February - 11:00am to 3:30pm
Preceding the degree ceremony in the Sheldonian Theatre at 14:00, the College hosts the Signing of the Graces and a celebratory reception for our graduands and their family and friends. This event is by invitation only; please see the degree days page on our website for further information.Lectures and Seminars02 - 02Mar MarLiberal International Order in TroubleMonday 2 March - 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Leading expert in International Relations & former British Academy President, Professor Sir Adam Roberts will deliver a Keynote Lecture on the contemporary decline of the liberal order, calling for a rethinking of liberal ideas and practices.
The term ‘liberal international order’ has become widely used—generally to refer to the international system that developed in the years after the end of the Cold War in 1989, or even to the whole period since the end of WWII.Annual Lecture02 - 02Mar MarAnnual London Lecture: Last Supper in PompeiiMonday 2 March - 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Last Supper in Pompeii' is inspired by the recent blockbuster exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum, which Dr Roberts curated. Combining masterpieces of Roman art with cutting edge archaeological research, the talk looks at the Roman passion for food and wine.