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First recipient of new arts and humanities studentship reflects on his year at Churchill

Last year Churchill College' set up a new fully-funded MPhil studentship in the arts and humanities linked to the Churchill Archives Centre. The first holder of this studentship, Robert Littleton reflects on his research and his time here at Churchill.

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Plans are now well underway to launch our dedicated Graduate Telephone Campaign in October.

Alumni architects in conversation: ‘Building the graduate community at Churchill’

The College has secured permission to build 35 new units of graduate accommodation next to the Wolfson Flats. The buildings have been designed by two Churchill alumni, read all about their vision for the project.

Meet the energy leader of tomorrow: alumnus Faraz Ahmed

Alumnus Faraz Ahmad (Engineering U06) has been selected by the World Energy Council onto its exclusive Future Energy Leaders programme.

Churchill alumna Xiaotian Fu knighted with the Order of the Star of Italy

Churchill alumna, Ms Fu Xiaotian (G06), was awarded the Order of the Star of Italy at the Italian Embassy in Beijing on 12 June 2017. This prestigious award was given for her work with senior political figures and her promotion of strong links between Italy and China. 

Donor Garden Party 2017

The College welcomed over 130 guests for an afternoon of entertainment and refreshments at the Donor Garden Party on Sunday 2 July. The event was held to thank all our most recent donors and volunteers for their generosity and support.

Shell Research Prize 2017

Brian Graves and Travis Sawyer 2017 winners. Shell was one of the founding benefactors of Churchill College and thanks to the longstanding and fruitful relationship with the company we were pleased to be able to ...

Nicola Spaldin (U88) named the 2017 European Laureate in the 19th annual L'Oréal-Unesco For Women in Science Award

Churchill alumna Nicola Spaldin (U88) has been named the 2017 European Laureate in the 19th annual L'Oréal-Unesco For Women in Science Award for her work on reinventing magnetic materials for next-generation electronic devices.