Trinity’s 2017 Telethon is underway with 16 student callers speaking to hundreds of alumni over the next two weeks. The Telethon is a key element of Trinity’s Annual Fund, which enables the College to continue to attract and support bright students from a broad range of backgrounds, while maintaining its unrivalled quality of teaching and research.
Newly elected officers of TCSU reveal what motivated them to stand for office, the experience they bring to their role, and their aims for the year ahead.
Students, alumni and Fellows are invited to join two Trinity discussions about recruiting and enabling women to thrive at all levels of higher education.
Trinity’s BME Student Conference on 24 February will give 50 Year 12 students from BME (black and minority ethnic) backgrounds inspiring insights into College life, information on the admissions process, and the opportunity to take part in a supervision, a key component of the learning experience at Cambridge.
Award-winning artist Dr Wendy McMurdo has been appointed lead photographer of Pairings, an innovative arts project which celebrates the many and varied ways in which Trinity has inspired students, Fellows, staff and alumni. Pairings is part of the celebrations marking the 40th anniversary of women’s admission to Trinity.