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25th June 2019
Congratulations to all students who were nominated at this year’s Fitz Sports Awards. The event, held in Trinity Term each year, is a celebration of Pembroke...
24th June 2019
Congratulations to Humphrey Paton (BA Oriental Studies, Chinese, 2014) who won the esteemed Technos International Prize which is presented annually to a...
21st June 2019
Recent alumna, Hope Oloye is the founding Director of the Afro-Caribbean Tyler Prize. She launched the initiative as an access and outreach project whilst...
Pembroke DPhil student, Dyedra Morrissey, recently won 2nd place in the University of Oxford 3MT Competition
20th June 2019
Congratulations to Pembroke DPhil student, Dyedra Morrissey, who recently won 2nd place in the University of Oxford 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition winning £...
18th June 2019
Welcome to the seventh article in our series of student stories, this week, we caught up with Alex Lunnon. Alex participated in the Pembroke Humanities and...
13th June 2019
Welcome to the sixth article in our series of student stories, following the 10th anniversary of the Pembroke Access Programme. In this week’s piece, we’ll be...
11th June 2019
Welcome to the fifth article in our series of student Access stories. This week, we’ve caught up with Neetu Singh, to hear her experiences on the Humanities...
Pembroke undergraduates reflect on their participation on 'Into Silence', Dr Suzan Kalayci and Professor Kate McCloughlin's sold out series
6th June 2019
Guests were invited Into Silence at the Pitt Rivers Museum, the third instalment of Dr Suzan Meryem Rosita Kalayci, Pembroke Junior Research Fellow in History...
DPhil student, Cristiana De Filippis, recently awarded £5,000 as a part of the G Research Oxford DPhil Prize
6th June 2019
Congratulations to 3rd year DPhil student, Cristiana De Filippis who was recently awarded £5,000 as a part of the G Research Oxford DPhil Prize, for her...
5th June 2019
Welcome to the fourth article in our series of student stories, where we caught up with Elizabeth Oladunni. Elizabeth participated in the Pembroke Humanities...