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The Entrepreneurs of the Future: The Churchill College Enterprise Competition

Capturing the spirit of Churchill’s intent to produce the leaders of the future. The 2016 competition was won by Biotechspert for their idea for an online platform facilitating freelance consultancy within the biotech industry.

Churchill student at the forefront of the next generation drone technology turning heads in the film industry

Churchill postgraduate student Simon Corkery is part of Vortec, a team of engineers who have developed a drone that can operate in strong or gusty winds and at greater angles, providing better results for cinematographers.

Alumna Sally Angel wins Emmy Award

Congratulations to Churchill alumna Sally Angel, (U79, MML) who has won a News and Documentary Emmy Award in the Outstanding Historical Programming — Long Form category, for the film Night Will Fall which she produced. 

30 students attend our first Women in STEM residential workshop

Churchill College held its first physical sciences residential last month as part of a targeted programme of outreach events to further encourage and enable young women to study science, technology, engineering and mathematical subjects at university.

Dr Katharine Hubbard wins the Royal Society of Biology’s prestigious National Teaching Award

Congratulations to Dr Katharine Hubbard, former Churchill Teaching By-Fellow (2011–2015) has won the Royal Society of Biology’s prestigious Higher Education Bioscience Teacher of the Year Award 2016.

Secretary of State for Culture visits Churchill Archives Centre

On Friday 29 April, John Whittingdale MP, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, visited the Churchill Archives Centre.

"Useful Art" is prized once again

John Eifion Jones discovers how an idealistic group of Cambridge friends are changing the world by design.

Wellness Week at Churchill

This week is Wellness Week at Churchill. A series of activities, including yoga and mindfulness workshops, walks, creative activities and even some help from man's best friend, aims to encourage students from both common rooms to take a little time out to consider their own health and wellbeing.