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Get your diaries at the ready - 2017 is going to be a busy year. With lots of events on the horizon, there's sure to be a reason to reconnect with Cambridge in the months ahead.

You won’t be alone if you’re considering a change of employer, or even a change of career, over the coming weeks.

Christopher Dobbing (Pembroke 2008) explains how his entrepreneurial journey started at Cambridge.

Prince Philip Scholar, Jordan Wong shares his ‘reality checkpoint’.

2016 was another busy year at the University. From the announcement of the next Vice-Chancellor to the 600th anniversary of the University Library, we select six Cambridge stories to bring you up-to-speed with an engrossing 366 days.

As Heffers bookshop celebrates its 140th anniversary, CAM tells the story of its evolution from humble stationer to University institution.

Maria Moorwood (Emmanuel 1997) describes how she forged a career working in the Arts.

2016 Alumni Survey – an opportunity to share your views and help shape the services we offer. 

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In the Michaelmas issue of CAM we examine the space of possible minds, meet the man responsible for transforming the treatment of childhood brain cancer and tell the story of how Heffers became Cambridge’s best loved bookshop.

From hosting boat crews to organising events for new students ‘coming up’, Felicity Rutland (née Oates, Girton 1968) explains why she loves volunteering for Cambridge University.

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