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Inspiring Women in Science: UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Today is the UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day established by the United Nations General Assembly to highlight the significant gender gap that remains at all levels of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines all over the world.

Cherish Watton wins Royal Historical Society prize

Congratulations to Churchill postgraduate student Cherish Watton (G17) who has been awarded the Royal Historical Society Undergraduate Public History Prize for her work on the Democratic and Critical Commemoration of the Women’s Land Army in Twentieth-Century Britain.

The Churchill Enterprise ‘Pitch to Win’ competition 2018

The inaugural Churchill Enterprise 'Pitch to Win' competition took place in the Jock Colville Hall on Monday 29 January.

Churchill Archives Centre plays a role in the Oscar nominated film Darkest Hour

The Churchill Archives Centre has once again been a valuable resource for the creative industries — most recently for the blockbuster Hollywood hit Darkest Hour. 

Update on cold storage at the Archives Centre

No, we still don't use it for ice cream (but then, it is January).

295 students attend Isaac Physics Bootcamps at Churchill College

Last week Churchill was the host venue for two Isaac Physics residential boot camps. In total 295 Year 12 and 13 students from widening participation backgrounds across England attended the two-day camps. Under the guidance of experienced teachers, Churchill student volunteers and members of the Isaac Physics team, students practised the physics concepts needed to raise their school physics exam grades.