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Competition Law and Economic Inequality: Funding from the Leverhulme Trust Congratulations to Pembroke Tutor in Law, Professor Ariel Ezrachi, who is heading a small research group that have just received funding from the Leverhulme... 27th March 2020
Sir Roger Bannister Scholarship Awarded to Undergraduates Sam Wall and Zoe Faure Beaulieu Congratulations to Sam Wall (2017, History) and Zoe Faure Beaulieu (2018, MChem Chemistry) who were successful in their applications for the Sir Roger... 17th March 2020
CCW’s Dr Annette Idler Recognised in International Affairs ‘Top 10 Books by Women’ Congratulations to Dr Annette Idler, who had her recent book Borderland Battles: Violence, Crime, and Governance at the Edges of Colombia's War, (OUP, 2019)... 12th March 2020
‘Super Sapiens’ card game launched by DPhil student Alexa Virdi Congratulations to Alexa Virdi (2014, DPhil Law) who recently launched Super Sapiens, a social enterprise that creates inclusive and fun educational card games... 10th March 2020
Pembroke alumni trio recognised in New Year’s honours list Congratulations to Pembroke Alumni Andrew Jowett (1980) Professor Ed Hawkins (1995) and Oz Clarke (1967), who were all recognised in the 2020 New Year’s... 6th March 2020
Pembroke Alumna Dr Katerina Johnson Recognised for Innovative Gut Microbiome Research Congratulations to Pembroke alumna Dr Katerina Johnson (2011, Biological Sciences & 2014, DPhil Interdisciplinary Bioscience) who recently appeared on BBC... 5th March 2020
Pembroke to host concert for Launch of Armenian Genocide Research Network A concert featuring the Chilingirian quartet, one of the world’s most celebrated ensembles will be held in The Pichette Auditorium on 9th March to mark the... 4th March 2020
Professor Lynda Mugglestone co-curates Bodleian’s ‘Art of Advertising’ exhibition Fellow in English Language and Literature, Professor Lynda Mugglestone, is co-curator of the Bodleian’s upcoming exhibition in the Weston Library, The Art of... 27th February 2020
Dr Amy Dickman selected as one of National Geographic’s ‘Women of Impact’ Congratulations to Kaplan Senior Research Fellow Dr Amy Dickman, who has been selected as one of National Geographic’s ‘Women of Impact’ in recognition of her... 19th February 2020
Pembroke Launches Maths Easter Residential for 2020 The Pembroke College Mathematics Residential is now open to applicants. The residential will be held here in College on 16-17 April 2020, during the Easter... 13th February 2020