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Møller Centre announce Practical Leadership Symposium: 12 June 2015

As part of the international' Churchill 2015 – 21st Century Statesmanship Global Leaders Programme', The Møller Centre is convening an esteemed international group of 30 eminent senior leaders to explore what is required of leadership to adapt organisations, including their culture and teams, to thrive in today’s world and the uncertainty of the future. 

Dr Warren Dockter examines Churchill’s relationship with the Islamic world in his new book

On the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign, one of the bloodiest battles of World War One and often referred to as 'Churchill's folly,' a new book by former Archives By-Fellow, Dr Warren Dockter seeks to overturn the widely-accepted consensus that Churchill was indifferent to, and even contemptuous of, matters concerning the Middle East.

Professor Ian Stewart to speak at the MCR Conference on Everything this Saturday

Widely celebrated mathematician, science writer, and science fiction author Professor Ian Stewart will give the plenary talk the 2015 MCR Conference on Everything this Saturday. The conference highlights research by members of the MCR — revealing some of the collective creativity and ingenuity of Churchill’s research students.

Masterchef comes to Churchill

Churchill College was the setting for the first of the 2015 finale episodes of Masterchef. The five last contestants cooked a five-course dinner devised by leading British chef, Michael Caines in honour of the College's founder — Sir Winston Churchill.

Global leadership role for The Møller Centre and Churchill College in ‘Churchill 2015 – 21st Century Statesmanship Global Leaders Programme’.

The Møller Centre and Churchill College are convening senior international leaders, future leaders, academics and policy makers from world-class organisations for a series of panels to identify the key global strategic issues facing leaders in the 21st century.

Professor Ross Anderson named as BCS Lovelace Medal Winner 2015

Churchill Fellow, Professor Ross Anderson has been awarded the 2015 BCS Lovelace Medal — the top award in computing in the UK, presented to individuals who have made a significant contribution to the advancement of Information Systems. 

Albert Irvin OBE, 1922–2015

The College is saddened to hear of the death of the British artist, Albert Irvin, who was closely associated with Churchill College and The Møller Centre, where many of his paintings and prints are on display.

Students launch Teddy on a Space Odessey

A group of pupils from Ipswich High School for Girls successfully launched a teddy into space from the grounds of Churchill College as part of National Science Week.