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This Sunday visit our grounds & gardens as part of the National Garden Scheme Open Day

Churchill College’s grounds and gardens provide a tranquil escape from the busy city centre for its residents. This Sunday, as part of the National Gardens Scheme open day, members of the public are invited to visit and learn more about the fantastic work our gardeners do all year to provide the Churchill community with a beautiful outdoor space to enjoy.

Rachel Snow & Dorottya Nagy take on the Tideway in this weekend's Boat Race

Two Churchill undergraduates, Rachel Snow and Dorottya Nagy will take on the Tideway Championship course this Sunday as part of the Blondie reserve crew for in the 162nd Boat Race and 71st Women's Boat Race—now in its second year on the Thames.

Widening Participation & Changing Society’s Perception — Women in STEM

Churchill College has begun to formulate a targeted programme of outreach events to further widen participation from state schools and change perceptions of the career flexibility and opportunities of STEM degrees to encourage and enable young women to study these subjects at university.

The 16th Stephen Roskill Memorial Lecture to be given at Churchill College on 3 March 2016 by Sir Roderic Lyne

This year's lecture — "Overcoming Enmity: The Evolution of British-Irish Relations in the 1990s" will be given by The Rt. Hon. Sir Roderic Lyne.

Churchill Fellow Dr Xavier Moya wins prestigious award from the Spanish Royal Society of Physics

Senior Research Fellow — Dr Xavier Moya, has been awarded the Young Researcher in Experimental Physics Prize 2015 by the Spanish Royal Society of Physics.

Professor Simon Laughlin wins Prose Award for Excellence

Congratulations to Churchill Fellow Professor Simon Laughlin FRS, whose book 'Principles of Neural Design', which he co-authored with Peter Sterling, has won a Prose Award for Excellence from the Association of American Publishers.

Randolph Churchill opens Founder and Foundation exhibition

Randolph Churchill, great-grandson of Sir Winston Churchill, opened a new permanent exhibition in the Foyer of the Wolfson Hall, telling the story of Churchill and the College's foundation.