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Florence Horsbrugh’s First World War National Kitchen’s Scrapbook

Florence Horsbrugh's scrapbook: from our guest contributor Churchill MPhil historian Cherish Watton.

Pre-Inka elites and the social life of fragments — Dr Elizabeth DeMarrais on hunting for signs of pre-Inka elites

Objects unearthed in the Andes tell new stories of societies lacking hierarchical leadership in the time before the Inka Empire. 

Churchill celebrates its highest ever undergraduate intake of women

Churchill College is pleased to celebrate the diversity as well as the excellence of our new undergraduate intake. This year 36% of undergraduates will be women — our highes proportion for over a decade.

Admissions in Balance

Read the Master's latest blog post on what Churchill College is doing to increase the diversity of its undergraduate membership.

Women in Science: How Close Are We to Achieving True Gender Equality?

First published in The Free Think Tank, Professor Athene Donald discusses the issue of gender equality in Science and how far off we are from achieving it. 

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.

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. 

Postgraduate Nikita Hari makes the Telegraph's Top 50 Women in Engineering list

Churchill postgraduate student Nikita Hari (G13) becomes the first University of Cambridge student and Indian citizen to be featured on Telegraph’s ‘Top 50 Women in Engineering’ list.