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Five Churchillians elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society

Five Churchillians have been honoured by recent election as Fellows of the Royal Society.

MCR Conference on Everything — Saturday 26 April 2017

This annual event aims to highlight some of the research that members of the MCR have been carrying out whilst here at Churchill, revealing some of the collective creativity and ingenuity of Churchill’s research students.

How to spot fake news: Dr Sander van der Linden collaborates with The Economist to develop an online course helping young people separate fact from fiction

Churchill Fellow and Director of the Cambridge Social Decision-Making Lab, Dr Sander van der Linden  has collaborated with The Economist, to develop an online course  for young people in UK primary and secondary schools to help teach them how to spot 'fake news'. 

December 2016 Telephone Campaign update and thank you

The campaign, which has been supported by over 330 donors has resulted in the College raising an astonishing £484,210.  

Vice-Chancellor's statement on the UK government's triggering of Article 50

As we enter this unprecedented moment in our country’s history, the University of Cambridge’s main concern is – and will remain – the welfare of its staff and students, both current and prospective. EU nationals contribute enormously to the University of Cambridge’s success, to the diversity of our community, and to our values of openness, inclusion and mutual respect.

Brenda Jennison, MA, MBE 1941–2017

We are sorry to report that Brenda Jennison died early on the afternoon of the 15 March. 

International Women's Day: Four Churchill members reflect on

To celebrate International Women's Day at Churchill we have asked four members from across our community to reflect on different ways in which gender and the College go hand in hand.

Professor Wolfram Schultz shares world’s largest neuroscience prize for research on the brain’s reward system

Neuroscientist and Churchill Fellow Professor Wolfram Schultz, has won the world’s most valuable prize for brain research, shared with two London neuroscientists.