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Churchill Business Network: let's meet online!

The Churchill Business Network was set up in 2018 to promote sector-specific networking amongst Churchill alumni. As we aren’t able to host an in-person event until next calendar year, we are planning to host a virtual event in the autumn, and we encourage recently graduated Churchillians to join the network to hear about the speaker event when announced. 

ChurchillConnect: more than just a networking site!

Now more than ever there is tremendous value in staying connected with the Churchill alumni community. ChurchillConnect, our free-to-use and free-of-ads website just for Churchil members, brings a host of benefits whilst we wait to socialise again in large groups. Find out more.

Watch this year's Roskill Lecture, "Yalta at 75"

Another chance to see Professor David Reynolds FBA and his band of willing volunteers (aka Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt) recreating part of the Yalta Conference.

Professor George Steiner, 23 April 1929 – 3 February 2020

The College is saddened to announce the death of Emeritus Fellow Professor George Steiner on 3 February, aged 90.

Trek to Everest Base Camp

Churchill alumna Kirsty Ferguson (U11), tells us about her trek to Everest Base Camp to raise vital funds for Cameron Grant Memorial Trust, which aims to help to encourage everybody, especially young people, to start conversations more openly about mental health, and signpost young people to resources that could help save a life.

Bad News Game wins the Brouwer Prize

Two Churchill Fellows are part of a team that has been awarded the prestigious Brouwer Prize from the Royal Holland Society of Sciences.

Frosty Phlomis!

December days are passing quickly as we work our way steadily towards the end of one year and the beginning of another.