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The discovery in the journal Nature has extended the known age of homo sapiens as a species by over 30,000 years.
Professor Bhaskar Vira has been appointed Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education with effect from 1 October 2022.
Fitzwilliam is delighted to announce a gift from alumnus Dinesh Dhamija (Law, 1971) to permanently endow three Fellowships in his name at the College
Fitzwilliam Fellow Dr Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche is the 2021 winner of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought’s Young Researcher Award for her work on the history of economics.
Professors Coomes and Keshav have teamed up to create the new Cambridge Centre for Carbon Credits (4C) under the auspices of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative, using using a £3.75 million donation.
As one of the six key areas of the College Plan, environmental values permeate the College activities, from investments to how materials are used on site.
Professor Linda Colley will present this year’s Fitzwilliam College Foundation Lecture at 6pm on Thursday November 11, on The Drawbacks of Stability: The British Case.
Fitzwilliam College announces an important further step in responsible investment, demonstrating the College’s core values of environmentalism and social responsibility
Fitzwilliam PhD student Humaira Chowdhury has been awarded the prestigious Royal Historical Society Marshal Fellowship.
Professor Vira is Head of the Department of Geography, Professor of Political Economy and a Fellow of Fitzwilliam College.
Last Friday, Fitzwilliam Geography student Rosie Rice was preparing to return to the UK after a month researching age-old eruptions in Tenerife. Instead, she ended up on the neighbouring island of La Palma, watching a volcano erupt in real time.
This year, Fitzwilliam College will be running a two-week long taster programme for Year 11 students from ethnic minority backgrounds across the UK - read on to find out more about how to apply!