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The Epic of Gilgamesh
The President’s Guest Night on 21 February featured a pre-dinner performance of the ancient Sumerian tale 'The Epic of Gilgamesh'.
Cheddar Man: Alumna helps tell the story of the first Brit
Philippa Goff (NatSci Zoology 2011) discusses her behind-the-scenes research work for Channel 4’s upcoming documentary ‘First Brit: Secrets of the 10,000-Year-Old Man’.
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2017 Shadowing Scheme: Fitz in Cumbria
Fifteen Cumbria state-school pupils spent three days at Fitzwilliam College on a free student-run shadowing scheme.
'Rising Star' Award for Fellow
Dr Rogier Kievit, Natural Sciences (Psychology) Fellow, selected as an APS Rising Star of 2017.
Ken Olisa knighted
Alumnus and 1869 Fellow Benefactor Ken Olisa OBE FBCS FRSA (Natural Sciences, SPS and Management 1971) knighted for services to Business and Philanthropy in 2018 New Year's Honours.
Master awarded QC honoris causa
On 21 December 2017 the Ministry of Justice announced the appointment of 119 new Queen's Counsel and 7 Honorary Queen's Counsel, which included Professor Nicola Padfield.
Run, Billy, run
Visiting Fellow Professor Glen Norcliffe reports on this year's 5k College race.
First Fitz Organ Trainee becomes Organ Scholar
After a year as Trainee, Anna Sozanska (Medicine 2012) was elected as Organ Scholar for 2017-18 and will run the College Chapel Choir.
Economic theory and cyber society
On 26 October, Paul Ormerod delivered this term’s Arrol Adam lecture on ‘Economic theory meets cyber society’.
Breaking the Silence
On 24 October, the University of Cambridge launched a campaign to promote zero tolerance of sexual misconduct.
Doak Award for Prof Robin Langley
Prof Robin Langley has been awarded the Doak Award for 2016 by the Journal of Sound and Vibration.
National business competition finals
Two postgraduate students from Fitzwilliam College have reached the finals of a national business competition.