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Cowan Courts wins RIBA East Award 2017

Churchill College is delighted to announce that Cowan Court, Churchill’s newest development, has won a Royal Institute for British Architecture (RIBA)  East of England Award

New research by Churchill student Olivia Remes finds that living in a poor area increases anxiety in women, but not men

Women living in the most deprived areas are over 60% more likely to have anxiety as women living in richer areas according to new research by Churchill PhD student Olivia Remes

Annual Computer Science lecture: Escape from the ivory tower: the Haskell journey — Simon Peyton-Jones

The Annual Computer Science lecture this year was given by Simon Peyton-Jones entitled "Escape from the ivory tower: the Haskell journey".

Nicola Spaldin (U88) named the 2017 European Laureate in the 19th annual L'Oréal-Unesco For Women in Science Award

Churchill alumna Nicola Spaldin (U88) has been named the 2017 European Laureate in the 19th annual L'Oréal-Unesco For Women in Science Award for her work on reinventing magnetic materials for next-generation electronic devices. 

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.