The spring London drinks evening will be held on Thursday 23 March from 6.30 p.m. onwards at the Oxford and Cambridge Club. Guest speaker to be confirmed. The event is free of charge, but for catering purposes we are asking that you RSVP online (booking opens January 2017) at or by contacting Holly Ashcroft.
On 11 March 2017, a dinner for all Petreans who work in accounting and finance will be held in College. Although we will endeavour to ensure all those working in these fields will be invited, our records are not always up to date in terms of careers. If you would like to receive an invitation, please contact Holly Ashcroft with the relevant details of your career so that we can update your record and we will add you to the list.
Some of you have been good enough to offer to speak or have taken part in our recent career evenings, which are held for the benefit of our current students. We are particularly interested in hearing from those who work in the arts, media, or for charities. If you or your firm would be interested in offering this great opportunity to our students, please contact Holly Ashcroft.
The Committee of the 1828 Club are pleased to invite you to a London drinks reception at the Oxford and Cambridge Club on Thursday 2 February from 6.30 p.m. Boaties past and present are most welcome to attend. Online booking opens in January, please contact Holly Ashcroft if you are unable to book online.
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Please contact the Development Office for ticket information.
The annual London Carol Service will be held at The Church of St Vedast- alias- Foster (The City of London) at 6.30 p.m., followed by a small drinks reception at the church.
All welcome, please contact the Development Office if you would like to attend
Peterhouse is a college that balances centuries of tradition and excellence with diversity and innovation. An integral part of the college community, its vibrant, integrated group of postgraduate is made up of scholars from all over the world studying a wide range of subjects from engineering to medieval Welsh literature.
Fellows and Members of the College will be delighted to learn that Professor Phil Woodland, Professorial Fellow of Peterhouse and Head of Cambridge University's Machine Intelligence Laboratory, has just been elected to a Fellowship of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
More information can be found at http://www.raeng.org.uk/news/news-releases/2016/september/academy-elects-top-engineers-as-fellows-at-its-40t.