Those Petreans returning to College to receive their MA on Saturday 14 May are invited to use their newly acquired dining privileges and dine in Hall on Saturday evening. The Master will be hosting drinks in the Lodge beforehand at 6.45 p.m.. Dress code: lounge suit and gown. If you would like to attend the dinner please contact Holly Ashcroft (firstname.lastname@example.org). For replies concerning the ceremony please contact the Tutorial Office (email@example.com).
The Master will be in Hong Kong on UGC duties in mid April and will be hosting a drinks event on Wednesday 20th April. Please feel free to join them for an informal Peterhouse reunion drink 6.15pm – 7.15pm in the Lobby Lounge at his hotel:
The College is very proud to announce that Captain Michael Dobbin, Grenadier Guards (matric. 2004) has been awarded the Distinguished Service Order today for his conduct on operations.
This follows on the heels of his Military Cross in 2012.
Col Richard Kemp, former commander of British forces in Afghanistan, said being awarded both the MC and DSO was ‘unprecedented’.
|10:40-11:30||Problem solving in physics|
|11:45-12:45||Problem solving in physics - worked examples|
|12:45-13:00||Preparing for the British Physics Olympiad|
In response to a request from an undergraduate, members of the College's Governing Body on the 15th February expressed their warm support for the LGBT+ history month initiative. The Porters will therefore be asked to fly the College flag on February the 29th, to mark the conclusion of the LGBT+ history month.
As the College only flies its own flag or, on certain days, national flags, the flying of the College flag is indicative that we are giving our strongest support to the LGBT+ history month.
In response to a request from an undergraduate, members of the College's Governing Body on the 15th February expressed their warm support for the LGBT+ history month initiative.
We are looking for high-achieving Year 12 students who would benefit from the Peterhouse Area Links Residential but who would not otherwise find the opportunity to visit the University; perhaps because they cannot afford to or because they are skeptical as to whether Cambridge is for them.
The Fellows of Peterhouse are pleased to announce that they have elected Ms Bridget Kendall to be the next Master of Peterhouse. She will take up office in July 2016 and succeeds Professor Adrian Dixon, who has been Master since 2008.