Colleagues across Cambridge have paid tribute to Trinity Fellow, John Davidson (1926-2019), formerly Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering (1978–93), who died on 25 December 2019, at the age of 93.
Dame Sally Davies, the Master of Trinity, has received the honour of Dame Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (GCB) in the Queen’s New Year Honours List.
Pittoni’s imposing oil painting ‘An Allegorical Monument to Sir Isaac Newton’ returned to the Wren Library last month following an absence of over a year during which time it was displayed in the exhibitions at the Grand Palais, Paris and in the Doge’s Palace, Venice.
A service to celebrate the life of Mihajlo Sporić will take place on 18 January 2020 at 3pm in Chapel. Refreshments in the Master’s Lodge will follow the service.
A new guide to Great Court is available for visitors to the College. It provides a brief history as well as insight into the lives of some of the women, past and present, at Trinity.
Trinity Engineering student Areeg Emarah got involved with InsideUni at the early stages. Here she explains why.
This week Trinity welcomes nearly 800 undergraduate candidates from around the world for interviews across the disciplines offered at Cambridge.
It’s probably one of the most famous Second World War films.
Post-doctoral researchers across the University of Cambridge without another College affiliation are invited to join the Trinity Postdoctoral Society. Membership provides a collegiate environment where researchers can meet others from different disciplines, share ideas and enhance their Cambridge experience.
Trinity’s 2020 calendar features 12 oil paintings by Monica Bilbao, an artist and member of the College’s Catering Department. Proceeds from calendar sales will go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.