Dr Clare Jackson’s 'Devil-Land: England Under Siege, 1588-1688', an extraordinary account of one of the most turbulent periods of English history, has won the Wolfson History Prize 2022, the most prestigious history prize in the UK.
In 2020, the murder of George Floyd galvanised waves of activism across the US and around the world. In response, Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr and fellow alumni initiated the Alexander Crummell Fund, named in honour of the first Black student to matriculate and graduate from Cambridge.
The new Cavendish Laboratory will house some of the most advanced, controlled experimental environments in the world. It is here that our world-class scientists will forge a new era of pioneering advances. But we need further funding to complete and equip this new laboratory.
With over 360 Olympians and 1,000 full internationals among our alumni, we are proud of our tradition of excellence. Our sights are set on growing this legacy by providing a sustainable sporting environment for students of all backgrounds and interests.