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Widening Participation & Changing Society’s Perception — Women in STEM

Churchill College has begun to formulate a targeted programme of outreach events to further widen participation from state schools and change perceptions of the career flexibility and opportunities of STEM degrees to encourage and enable young women to study these subjects at university.

The 16th Stephen Roskill Memorial Lecture to be given at Churchill College on 3 March 2016 by Sir Roderic Lyne

This year's lecture — "Overcoming Enmity: The Evolution of British-Irish Relations in the 1990s" will be given by The Rt. Hon. Sir Roderic Lyne.

Churchill M1 win blades at Lent Bumps

Fantastic results for the top Churchill crews at this year's Lent Bumps with M1 earning their blades and W1 only narrowly missing out on theirs.

Churchill Fellow Dr Xavier Moya wins prestigious award from the Spanish Royal Society of Physics

Senior Research Fellow — Dr Xavier Moya, has been awarded the Young Researcher in Experimental Physics Prize 2015 by the Spanish Royal Society of Physics.

When Margaret met Clementine

When Margaret met Clementine - and two archives collided.

Churchillian Professor Chaoyang Lu part of groundbreaking quantum teleportation research team

Former Junior Research Fellow Professor Chaoyang Lu (G08) is part of a research team breaking the boundaries of quantum teleportation winnnig the 2015 Physics World Breakthrough of the Year award and the 2015 State Nature Science First Class Award — the highest honor in China in science and technology.

Keep on Dancing

‘Keep on Dancing’: a catalogue of the papers of Sarah Churchill

Daring to dream: PhD student Nikita Hari wants more young girls to break social boundaries and study science & technology

PhD student Nikita Hari reflects on her journey to Churchill College and shares her vision to uplift society through education and to inspire other women, particularly from developing countries to pursue a career in STEM subjects.