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Professor Bill Sutherland named Highly Cited Researcher

Professor Bill Sutherland has been selected as a Highly Cited Researcher due to his work being identified as being among...Read more

New Year’s Honours for St Catharine’s Members

The College wishes to congratulate those Members who have been recognised by HM The Queen in the New Year’s Honours...Read more

Best Paper Award for Emeritus Fellow Ron Martin

Emeritus Fellow Professor Ron Martin (1974) has been selected for the Best Paper Award 2016 for his paper "Spatially Rebalancing...Read more

St Catharine's students win short film competition

St Catharine's PhD students Ellie Chan and Marcus Fantham won the Cambridge Shorts/Wellcome Trust ISSF competition to produce a film...Read more

St Catharine's student awarded American Heart Association Trainee Award

Amanda Kennedy, a final year PhD student under the supervision of Dr Anthony Davenport and Dr Janet Maguire, Dept of...Read more

St Catharine's welcomes its 39th Master

On Friday 30 September 2016, Professor Sir Mark Welland FRS FREng was admitted as the 39 th Master of St...Read more

St Catharine’s alumni named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List

St Catharine’s College offers its sincere congratulations to two alumni, whose contributions were recently recognized in the Birthday Honours List:...Read more

St Catharine's alumnus rows to Olympic gold

Congratulations to St Catharine's alumnus George Nash (2008) and the rest of the Great Britain men's coxless four boat who...Read more

Benavitch Scholars for 2016 announced

St Catharine’s is delighted to announce that it will be welcoming five students to Cambridge as Benavitch scholars in October...Read more

St Catharine’s Campaign reaches £30 million target

The Master and Fellows of St Catharine’s are delighted to announce that the St Catharine’s Campaign, launched in 2009, has...Read more

Dr John Shakeshaft: Fellow and Benefactor

Last July, the College was sad to announce the death of our friend John Shakeshaft , who was a Fellow...Read more

Recent sporting successes

Following a recent spate of Catz sporting successes, here is a roundup of some of our key achievements. Well done...Read more

Emeritus Fellow Ron Martin awarded RGS Victoria Medal

Congratulations from everyone at St Catharine's to Emeritus Fellow Professor Ron Martin (1974), who has been awarded the 2016 Victoria...Read more

Fellow Gilly Carr presents BBC1 documentary

On Friday 6 May our Archaeology Fellow Dr Gilly Carr (2006) presented a documentary on BBC1 (South West and Channel...Read more

Professor Henry ('Harry') Elderfield FRS (1943-2016)

With great sadness we announce the death of Professor Harry Elderfield FRS on Tuesday 19th April 2016, at the age...Read more

St Catharine's Chapel service broadcast live on Radio 4

The Sunday Worship programme on BBC Radio 4 was broadcast live from St Catharine's College Chapel at 8.10am on Sunday...Read more

Girls' Choir Ireland tour

Join the St Catharine's Girls' Choir in Dublin and Cork on 1 and 3 April.Read more

St Catharine's defeated in University Challenge campaign

The St Catharine's University Challenge team crashed out of the contest last night in the second of their round-robin quarter...Read more

The inaugural St Catharine's MCR Symposium

The College will host its first ever Graduate Symposium in the McGrath Centre on Saturday 27 February between 9am and...Read more

The next Master of St Catharine's

The Fellows of St Catharine’s are delighted to announce the election of Professor Sir Mark Welland as the next Master...Read more

Chris Bayly: memorial symposium and Toynbee Prize

On Saturday 21 May a Symposium will be held at St Catharine's in memory of the life and work of...Read more

St Catharine's alumni receive New Year's Honours

Warmest congratulations from everyone at St Catharine’s to the following Members whose contributions were recognised in New Year's Honours lists...Read more

Merry Christmas from St Catharine's!

Enjoy seasonal greetings from everyone at St Catharine's in this short video featuring a special message from the Master, Professor...Read more

Mr Roy Chapman, Fellow Commoner (1936-2015)

The College was very sad to learn this week of the death of Mr Roy Chapman on 22 November, at...Read more

University launches new fundraising campaign

Cambridge University has launched its new fundraising campaign for Collegiate Cambridge, ‘Dear World’, which aims to raise £2 billion to...Read more

Memorial Service for Dr John Shakeshaft

The Memorial Service for Dr John Shakeshaft will take place at 2 pm on Saturday 7 November 2015 in the...Read more

St Catharine's Geographer awarded Royal Geographical Society Prize

Congratulations to Geography alumna Victoria Bellamy (2012), who has been awarded the Royal Geographical Society Historical Geography Research Group Dissertation...Read more

Alumnus George Nash wins gold in World Rowing Championships

Congratulations to St Catharine's alumnus George Nash (2008), who was part of the triumphant World Rowing Championships Men's Eight in...Read more

New PhD award named in honour of Master

Thanks to the generosity of St Catharine’s alumnus, Peter Dawson (1974) and of his wife Christina, St Catharine's is delighted...Read more

College alumni win Cambridge University Pilkington Prizes

Congratulations to two former students of St Catharine's, Dr Nik Cunniffe (1993) and Professor Jim Woodhouse (1969), who have this...Read more

Dr John Shakeshaft, 1929-2015

We are very sad to announce that Dr John Shakeshaft (1961), Emeritus Fellow of St Catharine's, died on Monday 6...Read more

Two Fellows knighted in Queen's birthday honours

We are delighted to announce that two members of the St Catharine's Fellowships received knighthoods in the Queen's birthday honours...Read more

New alumni events booking module

With the launch of the new College website comes a new, streamlined booking platform for our alumni events . Although...Read more

Donations fund new student bursaries

We are delighted that, thanks to donations made to the St Catharine's Campaign since 2009, we have been able to...Read more