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The Master of Trinity, Sir Gregory Winter, has received the Prince Mahidol Award 2016 in the field of medicine. Established in 1992 by Thailand’s royal family, the award recognises outstanding achievements in medicine and public health worldwide.
Trinity’s Access and Outreach Programme has expanded, with a second Schools Liaison Officer, innovative partnerships, and new videos about College life. Schools Liaison Officers Terri-Leigh Riley and Caitlin De Jode explain what they do and why.
Each summer, a newly graduated Trinity student sets off for Virginia to study commerce on a Master’s programme that includes a three-week immersion in a foreign culture.
An array of portraits of Trinity Fellows is on display in the Wren Library. Professors Catherine Barnard, Valerie Gibson and Marian Hobson reflect on the experience of having their portraits drawn.
Trinity Fellow Dr Hugh Hunt and Cambridge engineering students have recreated John Logie Baird’s cumbersome ‘flying spot’ camera for a documentary about the first live scheduled BBC television broadcast on 2 November 1936.