- 1 Notes from College
- 2 MCR Events
- 3 Academic
- 4 Careers
- 5 Around the University
Notes from College
Wednesday Feb 19th at 7:30PM Chu Talk – Andrea Martos
Wine and Cheese to Follow
Thursday Feb 20th MCR Yoga
In the Jock Colville Hall
Friday Feb 21st MCR Pub Quiz
Saturday Feb 22nd LGBT Movie Night @ Wolfson Lecture Theatre
Studying in partnership with LMU Munich this summer
The University of Cambridge International Summer Programmes is launching
a four-week programme building on the close relationship between
Cambridge and LMU Munich.
This new programme will be running from 02 to 29 August 2020 and was
designed primarily for students from both universities as an opportunity
to focus on European Studies. Established researchers and experts in
each University will deliver talks, which set European issues in their
historical context and go on to address the current turbulent political
situation. As we enter an extraordinary phase in the history of Europe,
fundamental to this programme is the opportunity for discussion and
debate between lecturers and students from two leading institutions
directly affected by these changes.
LSESU Korea Future Forum 2020: Tickets now available!
The LSESU Korea Future Forum is the world’s largest student-led forum to discuss matters regarding the Korean Peninsula. This year’s forum, entitled Korea’s Ascent to the Global Stage, will feature panel discussions on the following topics: The Fourth Industrial Revolution; Foreign Policy; Korea’s Criminal Justice System; and K-Culture. With a range of renowned speakers coming from across the world to share their insights, we aim to explore how these topics affect Korea’s current position, and future trajectory.
The event will be held on Saturday, 29th February at the Old Theatre, LSE, London.You can find full details including speaker profiles at our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/612150449623543/Tickets are available to purchase here. There is an Early Bird discount up until two weeks before the event:https://www.lsesu.com/ents/event/10072/
Apply for Global Scholars Symposium
Founded by Gates and Rhodes Scholars in 2008, Global Scholars Symposium (GSS) is an annual leadership forum with a mission to forge fellowships and ideas for social change. The GSS is led by postgraduate scholars based in academic institutions around the UK. GSS 2020 will take place on a weekend between Friday 22 May and Sunday 7 June 2020 in Oxford or Cambridge. The discussion and initiatives for GSS 2020 will centre around gender (more details to come). We are recruiting:
1). 10 to 15 members for the five GSS 2020 organising committees.
Details: GSS 2020 committee members spec
2). 2 inaugural Global Scholar Action Network (GSAN) fellows.
Volunteer remotely for a feature-length documentary project exploring the prevalence of addiction and the challenges of recovery in the context of the United States.
Details: Inaugural GSAN fellowship spec
To apply to either or both committee member and GSAN fellow tracks, please send CV and one-page cover letter a single PDF document to email@example.com by the end of Wednesday 19 February 2020. Please explain briefly how you meet the eligibility criteria stated in the specifications and how you will be the best fit for the role(s) for which you have indicated interest.
Building Bridges in Medical Sciences Conference 2020
Building Bridges in Medical Sciences Conference 2020
Registration and abstract submission for BBMS20 is now open!
Sign up for FREE and join us on Friday 13th March 2020 at Robinson College, Cambridge to explore several interesting aspects of biomedical research!
BBMS is a student-run one-day conference that brings together scientists from different disciplines, career stages and countries to discuss the interdisciplinary approaches that are essential to addressing the global health challenges of the 21st century. The diverse talks will incorporate discussions on policy, public health, basic science, industry, translational medicine and biotechnology.
Speaker details + program of events: https://www.bbmscambridge.com
We are looking forward to an exciting day of talks + networking!
Cambridge Summer Institute Summer Employment 2020
WorldStrides | CBL International is a provider of high- quality academic programmes for university and high school students from
all over the globe.
If interested, please send your CV and covering letter to
Application Deadline: 1st March 2020
Panacea Stars Develop
application deadline is Sunday, 23 February, 11:59pm GMT
We welcome ideas at all stages of development that have the potential to
impact human health – anything from a therapeutic or diagnostic to a
medical device, software application or research tool. We have
previously selected finalists with ideas ranging from the very
early-stage to the patent-protected.
Our vision is to equip young innovators, who would not otherwise have
access to expert industry feedback and mentorship, with the skills to
take their business idea to an investable position. Since its inception
in 2016, Panacea Stars has supported more than 150 startups, growing
from strength to strength year on year. More importantly, the startups
participating have been increasingly successful after taking part.
Examples of our alumni include Cambridge Cancer Genomics and
We will be awarding a non-dilutive prize worth £100K, free lab space
and ongoing business and legal support to the team with the most
exceptional idea. However, we want to stress that the real prize is not
the cash, it is the mentoring, networking and skills our founders
acquire over the course of the programme through interacting with our
partners and mentors network, including senior executives from the likes
of McKinsey and Co, AstraZeneca, J A Kemp, IBM, Biorad, and others.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Catherine Wong,_ BEng_
PanaceaStars firstname.lastname@example.org | t: @PanaceaInnov
Around the University
Cambridge Hub Seeking Students interested in a 4-6 Week Project on CamGuides
Cambridge Hub is recruiting a team of 4-6 students to undertake research to improve CamGuides. The project will last for 6 weeks, with weekly drop-ins at Cambridge Hub and support from the Cambridge Information Literacy Network.
The challenge would involve bringing together methods of reviewing the existing site along with identifying any gaps or opportunities for enhancement, to ensure that CamGuides for Undergraduates clearly supports the University’s widening participation agenda.
You will develop skills in teamwork, project management, data collection, communication, time management and presenting.
Take part in the 2020 Decarbonisation Challenge
Are you a problem solver who thrives on challenge? Do you care about the environment? Do you want to take action on climate change? The Cambridge Carbon Challenge is an initiative for student and staff teams to develop and present their ideas for cutting carbon emissions using gamifying approaches.
Learn more at our launch event: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cambridge-carbon-challenge-launch-gamifying-decarbonisation-tickets-90158282851
Tickets for St. Edmunds 2020 May Ball
St Edmund’s College Mayball 2020
Date: 19 Jun 2020
Theme: Prohibition (There will still be drinks, no worries
We have run out of the Early Bird Tickets.
General admission: Eddies (£110), Non-Eddies (£130)
Eddies and friends discount: 1 Eddies + 5 or more non-Eddies friends =
£10 discount for each ticket. For general admission tix only.
For Hill College Members: We would like to give 10% discount overall
for minimum 20 signups (non-Eddies price). So, please forward me the
SignUps from your college by February 28th positively. The more the
signups, the cheaper the ticket goes!.