Fitzwilliam College has been awarded a 2019-20 Green Impact Gold Colleges Award for demonstrating commitment to reducing our environmental impact.
Two Fitzwilliam College students have been named as winners by the Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen Toope for their efforts towards positive social change.
Fitzwilliam College undergraduate Timing Liu (Medicine 2019) was part of a winning team in a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) COVID-19 hackathon challenge.
A joint statement from all 31 colleges at the University of Cambridge, including Fitzwilliam College Master Baroness Morgan, appeared today in The Times.
Fitzwilliam College would like to reassure all current students and offer-holders that high-quality, personalised teaching will be offered throughout the next academic year.
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.
In a series of stories looking at how Fitzwilliam College members have been helping with frontline support in the coronavirus pandemic, consultant chest radiologist Dr Sam Hare reflects on the past month in a busy London-based hospital.
The College is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Rod Cantrill as the new Bursar, to succeed Andrew Powell, who will be retiring in September, after 11 years’ service to Fitzwilliam.