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Keep the Damned Women Out: Professor Nancy Malkiel on why some Colleges and Universities 'went mixed'

Exploring the decision in the 1960s and 70s by several Ivy League universities in the USA and colleges in Cambridge and Oxford to 'go mixed'.

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Gift for Education at Churchill College from Xiaotian Fu

Churchill College has received the first in a series of generous gifts pledged by Ms Xiaotian Fu (G06). Ms Fu wanted her gift to support academic teaching and learning in ...

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Research by PhD student Olivia Remes reveals women are far more anxious than men

Research by Churchill postgraduate student Olivia Remes, has found that women and people under the age of 35 are at greater risk of anxiety.

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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.

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Rachel Snow & Dorottya Nagy take on the Tideway in this weekend's Boat Race

Two Churchill undergraduates, Rachel Snow and Dorottya Nagy will take on the Tideway Championship course this Sunday as part of the Blondie reserve crew for in the 162nd Boat ...

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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 ...

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