Fellow in Music Francis Knights completes Fitzwilliam Virginal Book
Fitzwilliam College's Fellow in Music Francis Knights has just completed his long-running recital series of music from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book.
upReach helping students fulfil career ambitions
Alumnus John Craven has devoted much of his life to social mobility and is now receiving plaudits for his charity work.
New methods used for PhD research at Store Glacier, Greenland
Fitzwilliam College PhD student Robert Law (Glaciology 2017) uses new fibre optic technology to take extremely high resolution temperature profiles through fast flowing ice in Greenland.
Increase in black student numbers at Fitzwilliam College
The number of UK black undergraduate students starting at Fitzwilliam College has risen – in line with reports from the University of Cambridge today.
Antarctica adventure to put climate top of agenda
Alex Jenkin (Natural Sciences (Biological) 2007) hopes her journey to Antarctica will help make a difference in educating others about the climate emergency.
Fitzwilliam College marks Black History Month with art exhibition
Fitzwilliam College has a new exhibition spanning 250 years of Cambridge education for black Cambridge students and graduates to mark Black History Month.
The role of mental health in rehabilitation
Research from Fitzwilliam College PhD student Andrea Kusec investigates a vital factor in the rehabilitation of patients who have suffered a brain injury: mental health.
Fitz Events launched at Fitzwilliam College
An exclusive event was held this week at Fitzwilliam College to celebrate the official launch of our conference and events offering – Fitz Events.
Tree replaced in Fellows' Court
A notable absentee has been replaced in Fellows’ Court, after the Master, Professor Nicola Padfield QC (Hon), planted a new tree.
Fitz Sisters and Fitz Mixers run Chariots of Fire
Two teams, the Fitz Sisters and the Fitz Mixers, comprising staff and Fellows from Fitzwilliam College, ran in the Chariots of Fire race for the fifth time on 22 September.
Global Climate Strike week supported by Fitzwilliam College
Millions of students around the world walked out of their schools in May to demonstrate their very serious concerns about climate change.
Helium microscope allows scientists to get a true picture
Professor Paul Dastoor and Dr Andrew Jardine, along with Life Fellow Dr William Allison and several Fitzwilliam College students, have invented a new microscope that takes images using helium atoms instead of light.