Fellows and Members of the College will be delighted to learn that Professor Steven Connor (Grace 2 Professor of English and Fellow of Peterhouse) has just been elected to a British Academy Fellowship.
The College is pleased to announce that Dr Mari Jones, Fellow and University Reader in French Linguistics and Language Change, has won the Vice-Chancellor’s Impact Award for the School of Arts and Humanities for her work in support of the revitalisation of Jersey Norman French.
Peterhouse, Cambridge has partnered with Windridge & Young to create and supply an official Peterhouse tie.
Windridge & Young are delighted to be involved with this project. They re-mastered the college tie’s original weave, and for the first time ever have brought together the vibrancy of Peterhouse’s age-old royal blue and white in the finest dyed silks, to create a tie that is worthy of Cambridge’s oldest college.
Fellows and Members of the College will be delighted to hear of recent academic promotions announced in this week's University Reporter:
A Professorship for Dr Stephan Hofmann in the Department of Engineering and Readerships for Dr James Carleton Paget in the Faculty of Divinity and Dr Colin Watts in the Department of Clinical Neurosciences.
Congratulations to all!
Fellows and Members of the College will be delighted to hear that Dr Nick Zair has just been appointed as a University Lecturer in Classics (Classical Linguistics and Comparative Philology) from September the 1st.
The accommodation price bands for the academic year 2017/18 are as follows:
A: £1,381 - £1,836 (22 rooms available)
B: £1,101 - £1,380 (35 rooms available)
C: £800 - £1,100 (27 rooms available)
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