Nearly 100 people attended the panel discussion, Women Making Waves, which explored the gamut of women’s experience in education, from school and university, through career progression as teachers or academics, to balancing professional and home life in a leadership role.
Research into hundreds of people’s views about Brexit and the future UK-EU relationship led by Trinity Fellow, Professor Catherine Barnard, found ‘a striking degree of moderate consensus’ on both sides of the debate – and not the ‘hard Brexit’ currently being pursued by the UK government.
Girls do much better than boys in GCSEs and A-Levels. Across UK higher education, female students outnumber men, 57% to 43%. But at top levels – in exams, professorial roles and university leadership – men are still ahead.
The first anthology of Trinity poets celebrates six centuries of poetry by nearly 50 authors from Elizabethan times to the present, all members of the College.