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Campus Speed Cook Challenge Award
Fitzwilliam College’s Chef de Partie, David Cattle, wins bronze award in the Campus Speed Cook Challenge organised by The University Caterers Organisation.
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Willow weaving workshop
Veterinary Medicine Fellow Dr Angie Tavernor teaches willow weaving to students and staff.
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Mysterious ‘masting’
Paper by Andrew Hacket-Pain in New Phytologist sheds light on why beech trees across Europe all produce huge numbers of seeds in the same year.
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This Cambridge Life: Bhaskar Vira
Fitzwilliam Geography Fellow Dr Bhaskar Vira is profiled in 'This Cambridge Life' where he talks about boarding school in the Himalayas, conservation and never having studied Geography.
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Young women’s conducting course
Fitzwilliam College is inviting young state school women musicians aged 12-15 to a free, pioneering conducting workshop on Sunday May 28.
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New Russian Taster Day at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
New Russian Taster Day
Year 10 and 11 students from The Priory Academy LSST in Lincoln visited Fitz for Russian Taster Day organised by Fellow Dr Susan Larsen.
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Formal in the Dark
Inspired by the documentary ‘Notes on Blindness’, Winnie Yeung, MCR welfare officer, organised ‘Formal in the Dark’ to raise awareness of visual impairment.
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CUSU student-led teaching awards
Nearly 600 nominations were received for this year's CUSU Student-Led Teaching Awards. Fellow Dr Susan Larsen was commended by students for innovative teaching this year; Dr Hero Chalmers, Dr Gabriel Glickman and Dr Matt Neal were shortlisted.
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London state schools visit Fitz
40 Year 10 pupils at London state schools visited Fitzwilliam for a joint widening participation event with Sidney Sussex on 15 March.
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Another record-breaking phone campaign
More than £205,000 pledged to the College over the next three years to support the Bursary Fund and Teaching Fund.
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Fitz rower leads Cambridge to victory
Cambridge, led by Fitz student Ashton Brown, beat Oxford by 11 lengths, and in a record time, in this year’s Women’s Boat Race on 2 April.
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College gardens open for charity
On Sunday 9 April Fitzwilliam College will, together with Churchill College, once again open its gardens to visitors as part of the NGS charity event.