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Fitzwilliam College has been awarded a 2019-20 Green Impact Gold Colleges Award for demonstrating commitment to reducing our environmental impact.&#13
Two Fitzwilliam College students have been named as winners by the Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen Toope for their efforts towards positive social c
As almost 3 billion people around the world live under, or are starting to emerge from, a form of lockdown due to the coronavirus crisis.
Fitzwilliam College undergraduate Timing Liu (Medicine 2019) was part of a winning team in a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) COVID-19 hackathon challenge.
Sharing a good meal, whether it's dining at formal or a Buttery fry-up on a Sunday, is a central part of Fitzwilliam life.
For the past six weeks PhD student Leila Fahmy has been part of the team that has helped establish diagnostic protocols at the national COVID-19 Lighthouse Lab in Milton Keynes.
Alumna Laura Frost (Veterinary Medicine 2003), a veterinary surgeon at Wood Green, The Animals Charity, returned to Fitzwilliam College to rehome baby hedgehogs she’d hand-reared back to health.
Alumna Elaine Duncan (Natural Sciences 2015) is a research scientist, but she is also a talented singer.
First year undergraduate Erin Gerrity (Natural Sciences 2019) has joined 31 members of Cambridge University Air Squadron in a charity fundraiser for NHS Charities Together.
Students and alumni have shown their creativity and created a wonderful online gallery and a tour of our gardens to keep our spirits up during the lockdown period.
The following extract is taken from Blooming Flowers: A Seasonal History of Plants and People by Fitzwilliam Fellow Dr Kasia Boddy, which was published by Yale University Press on 28 April 2020.
Fitzwilliam College Fellow Giles Oldroyd, Russell R Geiger Professor of Crop Science, Crop Science Centre and Group Leader, Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge, has been elected Fellow of the Royal Society.