Professor Dame Sally Davies, currently the Chief Medical Officer for England and Chief Medical Advisor to the UK government, will take up the role on 8 October 2019.
"My time in Cambridge stirred in me a genuine desire to give back and encourage people, from similar backgrounds or otherwise, to believe that they can reach higher." - Kachi Ginigeme (Hughes Hall 2012)
Alice White (Homerton) visited Alumni Groups in the USA, Australia, New Zealand and Austria as part of the Student Travel Award 2018.
Geoffrey Winter (Corpus 1940) served in the Second World War during his undergraduate years at Cambridge. He shares his alumni story.
Olivia Colman (Homerton) won the best actress in a motion picture category at the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards earlier this month. Two other alumni were also nominated in other categories.
Alison Rose will succeed Professor Dame Carol Black as Principal of Newnham College in September.
Dr Martin Worthington, Senior Lecturer in Assyriology and a Fellow at St John’s College, led the project to produce the first film in the world shot in the ancient language.
King’s marks the 100th anniversary of its A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols service with a special two-part album.
Alexandros Pamnani (Darwin 2015) shares how he went from dropping out of school to working for the European Investment Bank in Luxembourg.
Sarah Laitung (Jesus 2003) co-founder of Humans in Finance (HIF), explains how she’s working to change the world of finance for the better.