Before PhD student Bridget Ogolowa came from Nigeria to Trinity for the Tropical Biology Association Publishing and Communications Course she admitted she didn’t see herself as a scientist.
It’s undoubtedly a tense time – the waiting and wondering, the what-ifs and then the gut-wrenching-getting-your-results moment…Here is Trinity’s guide to surviving results day.
When Evariste Rutebuka joined the Tropical Biology Association (TBA) Publishing and Communications course held at Trinity last year, he had no idea it would transform his life as a PhD student at the Pan-African University.
Fifty 16 year olds from as far afield as Cornwall, Newcastle, Hastings and Birmingham are attending Trinity’s first residential for Year 11 students.
The writer Ali Smith will be Trinity’s first Senior Fellow Commoner in the Creative Arts, starting in January 2019. The position, funded by Trinity alumnus Tom Hall, is designed to support the Fellow’s creative work and encourage participation in College life. Trinity Fellow and Emeritus Professor of English Literature at Cambridge, Adrian Poole, said: