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Churchill alumna to head up Gower College Swansea's Oxbridge Preparation Programme

Congratulations to Churchill alumnus Fiona Beresford (U09), who has been appointed to lead the Oxbridge Preparation Programme at Gower College Swansea.

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The Spy Who Changed History — Archives By-Fellow Svetlana Lokhova on the impact of Soviet infiltration in US universities

Based on considerable new archival research from documents and papers held at The Churchill Archives Centre, Svetlana's book concentrates on a period of academic espionage in US universities during ...

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Amazon Development Centre — In conversation with Dame Athene Donald: Driving gender equality in the workplace

Master, Athene Donald spoke at the Amazon Development Centre in Cambridge last week, focusing on how systemic changes can bring better gender equality in the workplace.

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Celebrating women in engineering at Churchill: a panel discussion

This year marks not only the 100th anniversary of women receiving the vote but also Churchill College’s highest ever intake of female undergraduate engineers. Watch our special panel discussion.

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The 'Winston Wheelers' Ride the Night for Women V Cancer

Members of Churchill's Catering Team — Rebecca Cresswell, Elona Gjegja, Sarah Crawley and Jill Hay (pictured) are raising money for Breast Cancer CareJo’s Cervical Cancer Trust and Ovarian ...

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An International Woman: Germaine de Staël (1766-1817) — Professor Alison Finch

This International Women's Day, Churchill Fellow, Professor Alison Finch celebrates the Swiss-French thinker Germaine de Staël. (1766–1817), who was at the heart of intellectual and literary life ...

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Celebrating International Women's Day 2018

Churchill College has always been at the vanguard of pushing for progress with regards to gender parity. This International Women's Day we celebrate our female members and remind ourselves ...

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Master Athene Donald on achieving gender parity in the sciences in the Cambridge Magazine

Master Professor Athene Donald discusses how to fix gender equality in the sciences.

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