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Sir Anthony Barnes Atkinson, FBA, CBE 1944–2017

The College is saddened to announce the death of Fellow and alumnus Sir Anthony Barnes Atkinson, FBA, CBE (U63) on 1 January 2017 aged 73.

Churchill students form new society to reduce food waste and help local foodbanks and charities

The Cambridge University Foodbank Society aims to help local foodbanks and charities provide food for those who need it whilst reducing the amount of food wasted by the University.

Churchill Postdoctoral By-Fellow Alexey Amunts wins prestigious Lennart Nilsson Award for scientific imaging

Churchill Postdoctural By-Fellow Alexey Amunts recognised for his contribution to the visualisation of fundamental biological structures using electron cryo-microscopy (cryo-EM).

Keep the Damned Women Out: Professor Nancy Malkiel on why some Colleges and Universities 'went mixed'

Exploring the decision in the 1960s and 70s by several Ivy League universities in the USA and colleges in Cambridge and Oxford to 'go mixed'.

Photos from the 2016 Association Weekend

The Association Weekend 2016 brought more of us together than ever to enjoy our cheaper dinner prices, an excellent buffet & wine-tasting, Cowan Court's formal opening and celebrations of literature, engineering and astronomy.

Professor Oliver Hart wins economics Nobel Prize

We are delighted to report that Oliver Hart,  Fellow in Economics at Churchill College from 1975–1981, has been jointly awarded the 2016 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences, along with Bengt Holmström of MIT for their work in the field of contracts. This is the 32nd Nobel prize awarded to a member of the College.

Cambridge prepares South Wales teenagers for success

Churchill's Widening Participation Officer — Dr Jonathan Padley, originally from Swansea, has just completed a week-long tour of South Wales to inspire 875 teenagers to enter top universities.