Thank you to Amila Sankalpa for the picture of the Hepworth! Please send pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to see your photos featured here on the Gazette!
Notes from College
Here are the following speeches from matriculation.
COVID Guidance for All Students
As always please be regularly checking the College Coronavirus page https://www.chu.cam.ac.uk/news/coronavirus-guidance-for-all/ for information regarding the Churchill College response to Coronavirus.
CHUTalk with Sebastian Ansaldo (Virtual) Nov 5th 7PM
Hear from Sebastian Ansaldo on “The mediatization of education: an introduction, approaches and key aspects” Join the Zoom link at
Meeting ID: 742 778 4037
Churchill College Science Society
I’m Sam (second-year NatSci) and, along with some other JCR students, I’m setting up a science society for Churchill to organise and run talks/seminars/other events for anybody that wants to come along and find out about research by fellows and students in College and the University.
But before we start organising events, we need to have a full committee and we still have some positions vacant (including Vice-President!). If you’re at all interested in joining the committee, please send me an email (sjh282) or send me a message on Facebook (Sam Holland) and I can give you some more info and answer any questions.
Also if you have any ideas for events/would like to give a talk about your research at any point in the future, let me know as well!
Applications for committee positions to organise ‘Building Bridges in Medical Sciences 2021’ are now open!
BBMS is a student-run conference that aims to bring together scientists from different disciplines, career stages and countries to discuss the interdisciplinary approaches needed to tackle the global health challenges of the 21st century.
BBMS-2021 will take place on March 6th 2021 and take the form of live-streamed panel discussions with invited speakers, with the potential for socially distanced events for students (rules permitting). Dame Sally Davies, Master of Trinity and former CMO, is our first confirmed speaker and has kindly agreed to chair a panel on the “lessons learned” one year after the (first) national lockdown!
So why not join the committee and help invite high-profile speakers, shape the schedule and help organise innovative networking events for students and researchers in the Medical Sciences? Due to the work of previous committees, the conferences have earned a reputation for their high-quality research talks, cross-disciplinary debates, and a welcoming and interactive atmosphere.
No previous experience is required, just motivation, commitment and some fresh ideas! Please apply by filling out this form:
If you have any questions about applying, please contact us at email@example.com.
Applications close on Sunday 8th November 2020.
This is a great opportunity to invite your favourite scientist to Cambridge, join an exciting team, make industry contacts as well as add to your CV.
Around the University
CAMBRIDGE CARBON LITERACY TRAINING APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN!!
Want to learn more about the facts behind the climate emergency and how to take meaningful action at university? Apply below to receive free carbon literacy training!!
Training consists of 4 self-study modules (4hrs) as well as two Zoom webinars delivered by certified trainers on 18/19th and 23/24th November at 16:00-18:30!
This is a fantastic opportunity to not only develop skills to tackle the climate emergency, but also gain an internationally recognised qualification all for FREE!
All levels of knowledge are welcome, and we are particularly keen to engage with students that wouldn’t consider themselves experts in the field but want to learn more about climate science! Any additional questions please either email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or check out our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/cambridgeenvironmentaleducation)
Churchill College Gardening Society
If you’re interested in gardening, why not join the Churchill Gardening Society! We have vegetable beds on College grounds, which are available to members. Whether you just want to pop down to the garden every now and again, or already have your crop rotation down to an artform, we’ve got you covered. Sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSchScffS4RVkNmWMDL_gOx1Unp5ITt6G14C6EOffuu2kZagMA/viewformIf you have any questions or comments, you’re welcome to contact Elre (etv21).
Part Time Tutoring Opportunity
We are a group of students who are working closely with Alumni groups from Hughes Hall and other various colleges. Our aim is to help students earn while they learn, by teaching and lecturing online.
The maximum for undergraduates is 4 hours a week and Masters and PhD students the maximum is 6 hours a week.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Lorraine, Joyce and the rest of the online team