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Three students awarded The Sir Roger Bannister Scholarship at event marking one year since Sir Roger's passing The Sir Roger Bannister Scholarship has been jointly awarded to three students at a special event held on Monday 4th March - one year on from the passing of... 5th March 2019
Pembroke team 'ConflictScanner' awarded £5,000 for winning 'Best Postgraduate Idea' at All-Innovate final! We are delighted to announce that Pembroke team ‘ConflictScanner’ won ‘Best Postgraduate Idea’ prize at last night’s inaugural All-Innovate Competition at The... 1st March 2019
Pembroke Graduate to present research to Parliament Graduate student, Isabel Wilkinson (Organic Chemistry, 2015) will be attending Parliament to present her DPhil chemistry research to a range of politicians and... 28th February 2019
Student Welfare Baking Session Earlier this week, Pembroke kitchen opened its doors to students for another relaxing and fun baking event. Following the successful welfare baking session in... 26th February 2019
Honorary Fellow Tarik O’Regan's opera 'The Phoenix' debuting in Texas, April 2019 Honorary Fellow Tarik O’Regan (1996, BA Music) is soon set to travel to Houston, Texas to attend two months of rehearsals for the world premiere of his opera,... 26th February 2019
Dr Kenji Tanaka It is with great sadness that the College community has learned of the death of Dr Kenji Tanaka, Foundation & Honorary Fellow of Pembroke. Dr Tanaka was... 22nd February 2019
Dr Suzan Meryem Rosita Kalayci and Professor Kate Mcloughlin awarded £4,000 for their project 'Into Silence' Pembroke Junior Research Fellow in History and British Academy Newton Fellow, Dr Suzan Meryem Rosita Kalayci and Professor Kate McLoughlin (Harris Manchester... 13th February 2019
Pembroke undergraduates share their volunteering experiences from Admissions 2018 This piece was produced by Pembroke undergraduate student volunteers As current Pembroke undergraduates, we’ve all been through the Oxford interview process.... 31st January 2019
Junior Research Fellow in History, Dr Suzan Meryem Rosita Kalayci has been awarded £2,500 for her project Refugee Children: Now and Then Pembroke Junior Research Fellow in History, Dr Suzan Meryem Rosita Kalayci has been awarded £2,500 from the University of Oxford’s Public Engagement Research... 31st January 2019
Former MCR footballers co-publish new research article for the International Society for Microbial Ecology Pembroke Alumnus Richard Hopkinson and friend Alvaro San Millan have recently co-published a research article in the journal International Society for... 23rd January 2019