Katherine Lawson (MSt Applied Criminology and Police Management 2020) explains how her studies at Fitz are helping to inform her work with the Anti-Slavery Commissioner.
Fitzwilliam’s Fellow in Music, Francis Knights, has just produced a major new music edition, in collaboration with co-editor Jon Baxendale in Norway.
Bye-Fellow Dr Alex Carter explains why his background in Philosophy shapes his teaching a new course: Diploma in Creativity Theory.
A new report from The Resource Efficiency Collective, focusing on use of plastics in the UK, was co-authored by Fitzwilliam Fellow Jonathan Cullen from the Department of Engineering.
Life and Honorary Fellow and former Master of Fitzwilliam College Nicky Padfield is the new Director of Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity at the Fac
Fitzwilliam College and Quantedge Foundation have announced the launch of a Masters scholarship available to students from disadvantaged backgrounds in Singapore.
The Stay Safe Cambridge Uni webpage is where you will find information to help Cambridge students and staff minimise the risks to themselves and others from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Embryos could be at risk from coronavirus as early as the second week of pregnancy if their mothers get sick, new research from retired Fitzwilliam College Fellow Professor David Glover suggests.
Fitzwilliam College alumnus James McAulay is raising money for the NHS and helping to support struggling musicians thanks to his latest business venture.
A host of Fitzwilliam College Fellows and alumni are set to feature in this year’s online Alumni Festival.
Four Fitz undergraduates have helped to set up a new access initiative for Cambridge.
Fitzwilliam College has been presented with an Environmental Improvement Award by Cambridge University's Green Impact Scheme in special recognition of the College's innovative work on carbon offsetting.