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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.

David Thouless wins Nobel Prize in Physics

Congratulations to former Fellow, David Thouless who is one of three British scientists awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2016 for "theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter.” 

The ‘Greg and Rosie Lock Cambridge Bursaries’ to enable more Welsh state school pupils to study STEM subjects at Churchill

Greg Lock, an alumnus and lifelong rugby enthusiast from South Wales, has made a substantial donation to the College. He and his wife have endowed the ‘Greg and Rosie Lock Cambridge Bursaries’ to enable more Welsh state school pupils, boys and girls in equal number, to study STEM subjects at Churchill.

'Designing Churchill: 1959–2016’ architectural panel discussion

The architectural journey of college architecture was celebrated at a special panel discussion held in the Jock Colville Hall; ‘Designing Churchill: 1959-2016’ on Friday 23 September.

Royal opening for Cowan Court

A Cambridge College is celebrating the official opening of its latest facilities by welcoming a member of the Royal family today.

Churchill Returns to Zurich: Seventy Years On

On Monday 19 September 2016, the Churchill Archives Centre was proud to partner with the History Faculty and the Europa Institut at the University of Zurich in organising an historical symposium to look at the significance of Churchill’s famous speech at the University of Zurich.

Amazon funds new bursaries for female computer science students at Churchill

Amazon UK today announced that it is extending its bursary scheme aimed at helping young women from less advantaged backgrounds fulfil their ambitions of a career in innovation and technology.