The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, reflects on the result of June's referendum and reaffirms that Cambridge will maintain its position as a global leader in research and teaching.
A new office has been formed to provide advice, case handling and oversight of the University’s student conduct, complaints and appeals procedures.
A more efficient helpdesk service, regular IT updates and a programme to replace old computers have been planned in response to feedback from UAS staff.
Emma Rampton, currently Academic Secretary, has been appointed Acting Registrary during a period of key transition for the University.
University of Cambridge alumnus and celebrated sculptor Sir Antony Gormley welcomed his life-size sculpture of the human form, DAZE IV, to its new home on th
Amid ongoing welfare cuts, researchers argue that investment in health and social care have been integral to British economic success since 1600.
Five Cambridge students are among this year’s Schwarzman Scholars, a highly selective programme which supports students from around the world to complete a o