News & Publications
We produce regular publications for alumni and friends. These are mostly distributed electronically, but we are very pleased to post print copies to anyone who prefers to receive them. If you are not receiving our news, or not in the format you prefer, just let us know on email@example.com and we'll make sure you're on the correct mailing list.
The Pembroke Record
A full report of the Pembroke year – including the Academic Report, Finance Report, College events, staff and alumni news and obituaries.
The 2021 - 22 edition includes highlights of a year returning to normal, a feature on the College's inaugural Commemoration Dinner and tributes to the honorands celebrated, and memories of those Pembrokians sadly lost this year.
Read the 2019-20 Record (2019-2020)
Read the 2018-19 Record (2018-2019)
Alumni, fellows and students share their experiences of life at Pembroke with reports of ground-breaking research, student achievements and Pembrokian careers.
Read the 2020 Pembrokian Issue 45, 2020
Pembroke in Brief
A summary of highlights from the past year, as well as some key Pembroke facts and figures.
Pembroke In Brief 2020
In addition to our annual publications, we also send out a monthly bulletin via email. If you have any news or achievements you'd like to share with the Pembroke Alumni community, or if you are missing out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crafting Excellence: Pembroke Alumnus Receives Top Watchmaking Award
Though watches are worn by millions worldwide, few will truly understand the art and intricacies of the industry. For one Pembroke alumnus, Stephen McDonnell (1993, Theology), mechanical watches have been a lifelong fascination that have led him on an extraordinary journey of innovation. Stephen's recent new watch design saw him win the top accolade in the field of Watchmaking last November at the GPHG.
Pembroke Alumni Awarded British Academy Mid-Career Fellowships
Congratulations to Pembroke alumni Dr Meghan Campbell and Dr Geoffrey Swenson for being awarded Mid-Career Fellowships by the British Academy earlier this year! The awards are given to researchers who are recognised as excellent communicators and ‘champions’ in their field.