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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. 

Call for alumni volunteers

The College would like to hear from alumni willing to offer voluntary careers advice and interview practice to current students. 

December 2016 Telephone Campaign update and thank you

The campaign, which has been supported by over 330 donors has resulted in the College raising an astonishing £484,210.  

Churchill's Bursar retires after eighteen years

At a special morning tea on 14 February, staff said farewell to Jennifer Brook, who is retiring after eighteen years in the post.

Jeffrey Rubinoff, 1945–2017

The College was greatly saddened to learn of the death of Benefactor Fellow Jeffrey Rubinoff. Jeffrey was a Canadian sculptor and founder of the Jeffrey Rubinoff Sculpture Park on Hornby Island, British Columbia, where he lived and worked.