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Churchill Fellow Professor Benedikt Löwe elected Vice President of IASCUD

Congratulations to Churchill Fellow Professor Benedikt Löwe, who has been elected as the first Vice President of the International Association for Science & Cultural Diversity (IASCUD)

City of Antequera honours Churchill Fellow Dr Michael Hoskin

Emeritus Fellow, Dr Michael Hoskin has been honoured with a bronze bust in the Andalucian town of Antequera, in recognition of his research into prehistoric Mediterranean structures that led to the nearby 5000 year old Antequera Dolmens site being added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites.

Head Porter David Reece hopes to raise awareness of Prostate Cancer and funds for Prostate Cancer

Churchill's Head Porter, David Reece was diagnosed with advanced Prostate Cancer and in July 2016 and subsequently underwent a radical robotic prostatectomy at Addenbrookes hospital. Now he wants to give back to the organisation that helped him and his family.

A picture is worth a thousand words

Lunch in honour of David Coombs, expert in the paintings of Sir Winston Churchill.

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.

Churchill Fellow Dr Xavier Moya wins SRUK Emerging Talent Award

Congratulations to Churchill Fellow Dr Xavier Moya, who has been awarded the Emerging Talent 2017 Award by the Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom (SRUK) and the Santander Bank Foundation.

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.

Churchill Fellow, Dr Lisa Jardine-Wright wins University Pilkington Prize for excellence in teaching

Churchill Fellow, Dr Lisa Jardine-Wright, is among thirteen Cambridge academics have been recognised for their outstanding teaching in the University’s 24th Pilkington Prizes.