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Telephone fundraising campaign begins
Our student callers are looking forward to calling alumni in this year’s Telephone Campaign, beginning next week!
Baroness Morgan of Huyton appointed Master of Fitzwilliam College
The Governing Body of Fitzwilliam College has appointed Sally Morgan, Baroness Morgan of Huyton, as the next Master of Fitzwilliam College, from 1 October 2019, to succeed Professor Nicky Padfield.
Women in Science evening
On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, 11 February, Fitz MCR and the Development Office joined forces to celebrate some of the women in science in College and the wider community, and to inspire others to follow in their footsteps.
The influence of architecture
It was Fitzwilliam’s often under-appreciated eclectic mix of architecture that drew Molly Windust (HSPS 2018) to apply to the College.
7 marathons, 7 days, 7 continents
Alumnus Greg Nance (MPhil Management 2011) is taking part in the World Marathon Challenge later this week – we caught up with him to chat about why he’s running it, his charity work, and what it feels like to be described by the Obama administration as a “champion of change”.
Dr Sean Holly appointed NIESR Governor
Life Fellow Dr Sean Holly has been appointed a Governor of the National Institute for Economic and Social Research for a five-year term.
Women in Economics: Stuck in first gear?
Jared Butters, President of the Fitzwilliam College Economics and Finance Society, reports on the visit to College last month by alumna and Honorary Fellow Sharon White.
Three Fitz brothers celebrate at the College
Three brothers who all attended Fitzwilliam in the 1960s received a surprise visit from the Master when they returned for a special birthday celebration.
Fitzwilliam at 150 - share your stories and photos
2019 marks Fitzwilliam’s 150th Anniversary, along with 40 years of women at the College, and to celebrate we are inviting alumni to contribute to a special memories project which will bring together their memories and photos.
Rowing on Venice's Grand Canal
Emily Lees (PhD Immunology 2016) shares her experience of rowing in the first ever all-women's race in Venice's historic galeone competition.
MCR extension works begin
The building works for the long-awaited extension to the MCR to provide improved facilities for the postgraduate community began on 3 September 2018 and are due to be completed by 15 March 2019.
Low-cost AI heart monitor developed by Cambridge start-up
A Cambridge start-up co-founded by alumnus Dr Rameen Shakur (PhD Biological Sciences 2012) has developed a low-cost next-generation wearable heart and cardiovascular function monitor which uses AI to diagnose heart rhythm and respiratory problems in real time.