Welcome to the June e-bulletin, bringing you the latest in University news, events and educational travel!
A festival of the mind
21 - 23 September 2012
Alumni Weekend is the annual festival of the mind for Cambridge graduates. Whether you graduated last year or last century, it's the perfect opportunity to stay connected and up to date with the University's cutting edge research. The full programme of events will be available in July. Sign up now to receive the programme as a hardcopy
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Parry & Puccini at King's
Saturday 30 June 2012
The Cambridge Philharmonic's season ends in the unbeatable setting of King's College Chapel, with a programme including Parry's two most celebrated anthems Blest Pair of Sirens and I Was Glad, and Puccini's Crisantemi.
Urban Democracy by Design
Thursday 26 July 2012
This plenary lecture of the Poiesis: Interdisciplinary Interventions on Urban Transformation conference is free and open to all. The culmination of a three year research project on the making and remaking of cities, the lecture will be followed by a reception on Christ's College Fellows' Lawn.
Madagascar: final places available
26 Aug - 11 Sept 2012
Join trip scholar Dr Ivan Scales for a truly unique journey through the zoological wonderland of Madagascar. A final few places are available before booking closes.
Visit to Emo Court, County Laois Ireland
Saturday 21 July 2012
Join fellow alumni on a visit to Emo Court, one of Ireland's most idyllic locations, and meet architectural conservation consultant John Patrick Colclough (St. Catharine's 1963), who worked as an architect there from 1983.
CJBS Business Briefing: There is an I in Team
Harvard Club of New York City
Thursday 12 July 2012
In the latest Cambridge Judge Business School business briefing, Dr Mark de Rond travels to New York City this summer to explore how we can harness the talent of individual performers to create a cohesive, productive team that generates value.
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10% Discount on Bat Safari Tickets
To celebrate the International Year of the Bat, CAMCard partners Scudamore's will be running weekly punting bat safaris on the Cam in partnership with The Wildlife Trust. Trips will be led by a wildlife expert and will include use of specialist bat detectors.
Free to all alumni, your CAMCard allows you access to the Colleges, identifies you as a member of the University and entitles you to great benefits.
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Share your experience
Share your knowledge with current students about to tackle the employment market. During the coming Michaelmas and Lent terms the Careers Service will be hosting evening career panels comprised of alumni active in international development, publishing, advertising, marketing, public relations and the arts & heritage sector. If you'd like to help, email us
with a short overview of your background and the Careers Service will contact you.
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Join the Cambridge Alumni LinkedIn Group
Exclusively for University of Cambridge alumni, students and staff, this Group allows you to post discussions and meet fellow alumni in a professional networking setting.
Video and Audio
The Cambridge Pulse
A short film celebrating sport at the University of Cambridge.
Executive Director of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative, Mike Rands, discusses the importance of sustaining 'natural capital', for businesses and beyond.
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