August Newsletter 2017

Trinity’s Pairings exhibition features the places, people, objects and encounters at Trinity that staff, students, Fellows and alumni have found memorable. If you weren’t able to make it to Trinity in person, you can still see the exhibition online…

Congratulations to Dr Cameron Petrie (e2011), who has been awarded a prestigious Mid-Career Fellowship by the British Academy. Read

‘Why we fell for clean eating’ by Bee Wilson (1992). Read

Dr Derrick Roberts (2013), co-first author on paper on the use of self-assembled molecular cages to transmit molecular signals. Read

Article on Sir Geoffrey Ingram Taylor OM (1905), who was a Fellow of Trinity for 64 years. Read

Profile of Chris Bryant (2008), who recently retained his title as world mental arithmetic champion. Read

Anthony Lane (1981) reviews Logan Lucky and Marjorie Prime. Read

Profile of Alison Wheeler (1991), singer for The Beautiful South. Read


Japan: On Friday 8 September 2017, Trinity Fellows Professor Mikael AdolphsonProfessor Sachiko Kusukawa and Professor Dominic Lieven will attend a special ‘Trinity in Japan‘ event. All Trinity members are welcome to join the free drinks reception, while prior registration and prepayment are required for the dinner. Tickets and more information. (Booking will close on 1 September)

Cambridge: Trinity Women’s Network, Concert & Dinner, Saturday 9 September, Trinity College. Tickets and more information.

London: TBCA Distinguished Speaker Series, John McFarlane OBE, Wednesday 20 September, Chairman of Barclays, Gresham College. Tickets and more information.

Cambridge: TrinTalk: Medicine and Technology, Sunday 24 September, Trinity CollegeSOLD OUT

London: TLA: Law as an International Career, Thursday 9 November, Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Tickets and more information.

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