Esuna outside the UN headquarters in New York.

A journey under the star of the nomadess - Esuna Dugarova

Since childhood Esuna Dugarova (Churchill 2005) was driven to learn more and see the world. Today she is working for the UN in New York and inspiring girls to pursue their aspirations, while remembering their roots in today's globalised world.

Vinayak Dalmia (left) with Darwin College (right)

The joy and power of camaraderie - Vinayak Dalmia

Vinayak Dalmia (Darwin 2006) tells us about taking second chances, the magic of technology and why he still uses abstract thinking skills to this day: “Cambridge taught me about the joy and the power of camaraderie. Although my studies were challenging, I soon realised I wasn't alone. In tackling common problems, I found lifelong friendships.”

A winter's morning in Cambridge

Coming up for alumni in 2017

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.

Career change - which path to take

Careers: making a change

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

Pembroke College (left) and Christopher Dobbing (right)

Harder to breathe: finding solutions to air pollution - Christopher J Dobbing

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

Professor Stephen Toope

2016: a year in review

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.

Maria Moorwood

The spirit of curiosity: finding a home at London Fine Art Studios - Maria Moorwood

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

Your opinion counts

Cambridge seeks your feedback

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

Felicity Rutland with the 2016 Lightweight squad

A volunteer's story: rowing crews and 'welcome dos' - Felicity Rutland

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.

Dr Victoria Kimonides (Alumni Advisory Board member) and Gideon Fisher (Chairman of the Cambridge Club of Israel)

Celebrating Cambridge Volunteers: International Volunteer Day

It's International Volunteer Day on 5 December, so we're celebrating the many ways in which volunteers contribute to the Collegiate University community.


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