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03 April 2017 - The Cambridge Scottish Schools Tour

Emma, Homerton's Schools Liaison Officer
As part of the University of Cambridge Area Links Scheme, each College is responsible for undertaking outreach work with students in set areas of the country. Homerton has had historic links with South Yorkshire and West London as part of the scheme, but has also now taken on work with Buckinghamshire and Scotland (which is shared with Selwyn and...

28 March 2017 - The road to better healthcare

photo: Mary Dixon-Woods
The University of Cambridge, with Homerton as a key partner, has been announced as the home of a new healthcare improvement research institute, the first of its kind in Europe. The Health Foundation, an independent charity, will be awarding in the region of £40 million over a period of 10 years to fund the new institute. The grant recognises the huge...

20 March 2017 - Architects chosen for new dining hall

Concept design for a new dining hall (left).  Image credit: © Feilden Fowles
All image credits: © Feilden Fowles Homerton has appointed the emerging architectural firm of Feilden Fowles for its showpiece new dining hall.  This competition attracted huge interest from the UK architectural community, with 155 firms competing to win the contract.  Feilden Fowles described their winning concept design (pictured) as an...

17 March 2017 - New Scholarship announced to honour the former Jordanian Education Minister

Ana Trigo Clapés, first holder of the Thougan Al Hindawi Scholarship
Homerton College has named a new scholarship after the late Thougan Al Hindawi (1927-2005), who served as Minister of Education in Jordan for over thirty years. The scholarship is awarded each year to an applicant to Homerton College for a course leading to a Master’s degree in the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Education.  Selection for the...

18 February 2017 - What has the University of Cambridge done for us?

Kate Pretty
Over 200 guests visited Homerton College this Friday for the inaugural Kate Pretty Lecture, 'The Cambridge of Tomorrow', delivered by the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz FRS. The lecture addressed to the University’s role as a community of experts, at a time of decreased trust – and asked how...

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