Brain power being explored by Fitz PhD student
Lea Wenger hopes her PhD in Clinical Neuroscience could have a wide-scale impact on our understanding of how the brain is repaired.
Fitz at the Fringe 2019
Edinburgh Fringe has just been voted the top UK travel experience and 11 productions in this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival have a Fitz connection.
Fitz student’s film project shines a light on Cambridge’s homeless
Fitzwilliam College undergraduate Bea Goddard (English 2017) has created her second documentary – all about the real personalities, experiences and dreams of those living in shelters or on the streets in Cambridge, the city with the largest wealth gap in the UK.
Students celebrate record results
Fitzwilliam undergraduates achieved record results in their examinations this year, with 126 Firsts (and equivalent results), an increase of 12.5% from 2018.
New scholarship for undergraduates from Singapore at Fitzwilliam College
A scholarship programme for undergraduates from Singapore has been launched at Fitzwilliam College, thanks to a new donation from ST Telemedia.
Fitzwilliam College launches carbon offset programme
Fitzwilliam College has announced an innovative programme that will offset the carbon emissions stemming from all Fitzwilliam-supported travel.
Exciting prospects for plastic progress
Professor James Elliott’s research is going back to the future and has the potential to have a big impact on our use of plastic.
Fitzwilliam College wins Green Impact scheme award
Fitzwilliam College has been awarded a Bronze Award by the University's Green Impact Scheme for the second time.
Women in STEM: Dr Cora Uhlemann
Dr Cora Uhlemann is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, where she studies the cosmic web: the 'skeleton' of matter in our Universe.
Fitzwilliam College is a hedgehog friendly campus
Fitzwilliam College has signed up to the Hedgehog Friendly Campus initiative – the first campaign of its kind on an Oxbridge campus to raise awareness of the difficulties facing hedgehogs due to habitat loss.
Laurence Carter completes year-long 4,200-mile coast trek
Fitzwilliam College alumnus Laurence Carter (Economics 1983) took a year out from his job at the World Bank to walk around the coast of England and Wales.
Four in a row for Fitz cricketers
Fitzwilliam’s cricketers celebrated a fourth successive Cuppers win with an eight-wicket victory over Emmanuel at Fenner’s on Thursday.