Peterhouse Graduate Studentships Competition 2018

Peterhouse Graduate Studentships 2018

The Governing Body of Peterhouse intends to award a number of Graduate Studentships, to be taken up in October 2018.

Peterhouse Graduate Studentships will normally be held for the normal duration of a research student’s degree, up to a maximum of four years. Students may be funded for a one-year MPhil on the condition that they intend to be candidates for the PhD, for which they will receive a maximum of three years funding.

Dr Nicholas Zair appointed Pro Futura Scientia Fellow...

Congratulations to Peterhouse Fellow, Dr Nicholas Zair, on his appointment as Pro Futura Scientia Fellow for 2018-2021. Dr Zair will split his time between Cambridge's Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences & Humanities (CRASSH) and the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study in Uppsala, conducting research for his project "Learning to Spell in the Roman Empire" which examines the evidence that epigraphic and inscriptional sources provide for the education of those not in the highest echelons of society between the 1st and 5th centuries AD.

Professor Beer, DLitt. FBA

  The College is grieved to report the death of Professor John Beer on the evening of Sunday 10th December. Professor Beer became a College Lecturer in English and a Fellow in 1964, and an Emeritus Fellow in 1993.  The College extends sympathy to his family and friends.

Leverhulme Prize Winner

Congratulations to Dr Anders Hansen on receiving one of this year's Philip Leverhulme Prizes. Dr Hansen said 'The prize money will be used to support a post-doc to join my Applied Functional and Harmonic Analysis group in Cambridge to work on foundations of computational mathematics in learning. The particular focus will be on deep learning and artificial intelligence.

Michaelmas term outreach

This term, the Peterhouse Schools Liaison Team has been visiting state schools in our link areas of Oxfordshire, Nottinghamshire and the London Borough of Hillingdon. Our Schools Liaison Officers, Caitlin Saunders and Ellie Bishop, saw a total of 1500 students over the past two months as part of school visits, the Connect to Cambridge scheme, and the University of Cambridge-led HE+ Project.

International "Undergraduate Awards" commendation for Peterhouse graduate

Congratulations to Georgia Kandunias, who graduated with a starred first in Modern & Mediavel Languages this year. Her second year essay "The aestheticisation of social and political concerns in Surrealism' was commended in the Literature category of the world's leading undergraduate awards competition. Georgia's essay was singled out from  6,432 submissions from 299 institutions across 47 countries. 

The Brilliant Club Graduation

Peterhouse hosted The Brilliant Club’s Scholars Programme this week for one of its Graduation Ceremonies. The Brilliant Club is an award-winning charity that aims to increase the number of pupils from under-represented backgrounds progressing to highly selective universities. Peterhouse works with Cambridge Admissions Office to facilitate the charity’s trips to the city.

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