College News

November 27th saw the launch of a world first in cinema. Cambridge's Department of Archaeology produced the first ever movie in the ancient Babylonian language.

"The Poor...

Valentina Grasso is one of our current students, undertaking a PhD on the history of late antique pre-Islamic...

On Friday 16 November the College held its annual Feast of St Edmund. We were delighted to welcome the Papal Nuncio to Great Britain to the College along with the Bishop of East Anglia.

On 25 October, Eddies student Qing Chang (BA Mathematics, 2016) won the...

The international astronomical union (IAU) is currently voting on a resolution put forward at their...

The Faraday Institute, a research centre founded in 2006 as part of St Edmund’s College Cambridge, is becoming an independent organisation from 1 October 2018.

The Faraday Institute was...

On Saturday 22 September the College was delighted to welcome back alumni from the 1960s right through until the 2010s for its annual Concert & Dinner, hosted by the Alumni Society to coincide...

Incoming student Mohammed Fadil was this week presented with the Pemanda Monappa Scholarship for study in the University of Cambridge. Fadil will be joining St Edmund’s College this Michaelmas to...

St Edmund’s College Life Fellow and science historian Dr Simon Mitton is currently working full-time on his latest academic book titled The History of Deep Carbon Science. In Dr Mitton’s...

19 years ago, Professor Michael Principe, a former visiting Fellow of St Edmund's College, had an idea to give his students at William Paterson...

6 July marks the release of the widely anticipated Netflix series Sacred Games. Based on a book of the same name and described as 'a story of betrayal, glamour and grit that’s set against the...

The College has received certificates officially recognising the record-breaking efforts of our rowers’ last April.

A ten-man crew of current Eddies students set a new British and World...

Another splendid day on the water for all 3 of our crews, well rowed folks!

 

On 13 June 2018 the University reported on its Senior Academic Promotions for the year. We were delighted to see that two of the current Fellows of St Edmund's have been given professorships along...

Welcome to the May Bumps, the highlight of the Cambridge rowing calendar. Our 3 magnificent Eddies’ Crews have trained hard throughout the year to a peak of fitness and...

Easter term at Cambridge is always a tough time for students, as would be expected. One of our student Welfare Officers, Nishanthini Ganesan, gave us an overview of the Common...

The Von Hügel Institute for Critical Catholic Inquiry was at Cambridge in America in New York last month to talk about the vision and work of the Institute and its role at the heart of St Edmund’s...

*Taken from a press release issued by GoodCallMedia*

The 2nd WVA Animal Welfare Awards supported by Ceva puts the...

Professor Mike Herrtage was presented with the 2018 European Board of Veterinary Specialisation Award for ‘outstanding contributions to veterinary specialisation in...

This spring, the college was delighted to accept an icon of Saint Edmund of Abingdon, our patron saint, generously donated by Major F.W. Rawding (Rtd). Major Rawding was a mature undergraduate in...

The College was saddened to receive news of the death of Mrs Maureen Laws.

 

Maureen was the wife of the...

A group of 10 students from Eddies broke Friday afternoon the world record in the fastest million meters (1000 km) rowed by a small team in the male 20-29 years heavyweight category.

Andy Harter and Lily Bacon are very much familiar faces at St Edmund’s – Andy is a Fellow and Lily a Fellow Commoner – but the Master was thrilled to officially welcome them back, with Andy newly...

Cambridge won a clean sweep at this year’s Boat Race – the 164th – with convincing wins from all four crews. The last time the Light Blues achieved this impressive feat was all the way...

Ilyas Khan KS is Fellow Commoner of St Edmund’s College and Chairman of the Stephen Hawking Foundation.

On 14 March 2018, he put in an appearance with...

On this year’s International Women’s Day, the University published a profile of St Edmund’s own Dr Judith Bunbury in its...

International Women’s Day pays tribute to women's achievements throughout history and across the globe...

Ten years ago, the Australian government launched the ‘Closing the Gap’ initiative which seeks to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in all aspects of life and reduce socio-...

Eddies’ M1 win discretionary Blades

In a grand finale to a bitterly cold and bleak week on the river, St Edmund’s M1, the self-styled ‘steady Eddies’, brutally dispatched...

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Some racing did proceed yesterday as the conditions improved and, according to Caption Patrick Short, M1 put in another impressive performance...

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Wednesday’s results...

Following an election process at the meeting of the Governing Body on 22 February, the College is pleased to announce that the Vice-Master Elect is Dr Philip McCosker.

Dr McCosker has been...

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Tuesday’s results...

The Cambridge University Men’s and Women’s Boat Race and Reserve Race crews were officially announced yesterday (26 February)...

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The Lents start tomorrow afternoon and it is finally time for the crews to get their first taste of Bumps for the year...

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We are on! Eddies M2 enjoyed great success in the GoR with 11 men’s crews failing to make the cut this year and out of the Bumps...

On Friday 9 February Cardinal Blase Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago, delivered the...

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Our M2 will race a time-trial this afternoon for a place in the Lent Bumps...

College Fellow Dr Andy Harter CBE presented the Turing Lecture 2018 this week...

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The Eddies’ W1 womens crew for the Lent Bumps has been announced...

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SECBC is proud to announce our M1 crew for the Lent Bumps next week...

The eagerly anticipated first Bumps races of the year, 'The Lents', will take place next week on Tuesday, 27 February to Saturday, 3 March. We will be announcing...

St Edmund’s Fellow Dr Folma Buss, a Reader in Molecular and Cellular Dynamics in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry and the Director of Graduate Studies at the Cambridge Institute for Medical...

Ms Lily Bacon, a Fellow Commoner of the College, has been appointed a Deputy Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire.  Lily’s association...

 

In observance of LGBT+ History Month, the students at St Edmund’s College overwhelmingly passed a motion which was supported by the college council to fly the rainbow flag on 1st February...

On Friday 19th of January the College was delighted to host the first public performance of The Culham Motets by Sir James MacMillan CBE, organised jointly by the Dean and the Von Hügel...

Few among our College community will have forgotten the celebrations when St Edmund’s own Luke Juckett (2013), who rowed for the University Boat Club between 2013 and 2016, was...

Each year the Royal Astronomical Society recognises significant achievement in the fields of astronomy and geophysics and two distinguished St Edmund’s Fellows are among this year’s winners, as...

Dr Tina Barsby, Fellow of the College and CEO of Cambridge-based crop science organisation NIAB, has been awarded an OBE in the 2018 New Year Honours List for services to agricultural...

Dr Helen Mason, Life Fellow of St Edmund’s, has been interviewed for the Blog of the European Geosciences Union.

You can read her blog on ...

A 20-10 victory for Cambridge in the men’s Varsity rugby match on Thursday 7th December sealed a great day for Cambridge rugby, following the comprehensive thrashing of Oxford 24-0 by the...

Having recently completed her PhD, Eddies Alumna Lina Iordanaki (PhD, Education, 2013) has written an insightful piece about her PhD experience on the Faculty of Education Students' Research Blog...

Two St Edmund's students, Andrew Hunter and Archie Russell, have been selected for the URUFC squad for the men's Varsity match next week on Thursday, 7 December 2017.

Andrew, won a blue...

Dr. Parul Bhandari, spoke on love, marriage, and the role of technology in Indian society on a recent BBC worldservice "crowdscience" programme. You can listen to the podcast on the link here:...

It was great to catch up with some Eddies alumni from across the decades at our New York Social last week.   Talk ranged from life in Manhattan over Manhattans, to the old times in Cambridge...

Matthew Cole, former admissions tutor, has been named a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering & Technology (IET), in doing so becoming the youngest ever Fellow in the IET’s history.

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Visiting Fellow, Professor Colin Williams, has been awarded an honourary doctorate by the University of Wales.

Sam Aworinde & John Mueller have been elected Treasurer and Secretary of the Alumni Society.

A team of four students from St Edmund's has broken the world record in the male 20-29 small team category of "Longest Continual Row".

Matthew Cole, former admissions tutor, has been named one of the Top Innovators Under 35 Europe, among a small group of leading global innovators, pioneers and social changemakers

St Edmund's is one of only four colleges offering places to Home/EU students on the new Graduate Course in Medicine at Cambridge.

Professor Thomas Worcester SJ will become the 11th President of the Jesuit Faculty of Theology in Toronto on 1 August.

We have outranked not only most mature colleges, but several traditional undergraduate colleges.

Kriangsak Kittichaisaree (PhD Law, 1983) has been elected to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.

27 students achieved a First this summer and six achieved a Distinction, which is a record for St Edmund’s.

Eidi Cruz-Valdivieso has worked for many years amongst some of the poorest communities in the areas of poverty relief, community initiative and integration, as well as art and creativity.

Professor Sarah Cleaveland has been awarded the 2018 Leeuwenhoek Medal and Lecture by the Royal Society.

Pontifical Medal Awarded to St Edmund’s Alumnus for his great accomplishments in Jewish-Catholic relations.

The Director of the Von Hügel Institute for Critical Catholic Inquiry, Dr Philip McCosker, has been appointed a Visiting Research Fellow of the Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry at the...

Dr Andrew Harter FREng FIET FBCS has been awarded a CBE in the 2017 Queen’s Birthday Honours for notable and sustained contributions to engineering.

A warm but very windy afternoon with gusts up to 30mph, made conditions out on The Cam rather challenging for less experienced crews, but there was plenty of riveting rowing action down at the...

A sunny but breezy afternoon made conditions a little choppy out of the shelter of the trees, but otherwise a great day for racing.

So the rowing highlight of the year, the May Bumps starts tomorrow. St Edmund’s will be fielding 3 crews of fit and finely-trained oarsfolk in our pursuit of success and glory on the river.

Former Fellow Dr Su Metcalfe may be on the verge of curing Multiple Sclerosis and significantly helping millions of sufferers of other auto-immune illnesses.

MS, an auto-...

At a City Council Planning Committee Meeting, on 7 June 2017 the application was supported unanimously by members.

The inaugural St Edmund’s College “£500 for 50 words” competition resulted in two winners, who received their prizes at a short ceremony on 26 April 2017. The competition was open to current...

Three Eddies students are asking academics to talk to camera about their work in an honest and accessible way.

Rohan Choudhuri (BA Land Economy 2015), Basil Ting (BA HSPS...

Dennis Mukuba has been elected as a Gates Scholar at St Edmund’s. The Kenyan will join our College family this year to do an MPhil Architecture and Urban Studies. Gates is the most...

The McBurney/St Edmund’s College MPhil Bursary in Archaeological Science has been launched. This bursary is for the best qualified new UK/EU/Overseas entrant to St Edmund's College who intends to...

Robin Ponte, who is studying for an MPhil in Nuclear Energy, will be at number 6 in the Goldie crew (the Cambridge men's reserve crew) rowing against Oxford's Isis in this year's Cancer Research...

Dr Matt Cole, Fellow, College Teaching Officer, Admissions Tutor, and Director of Studies in Engineering has been awarded the...

The Lents 2017 – Final Day Results

The end of a rather cold and windy week, finally saw a little sunshine in a comparatively balmy ten degrees, with a very light s-w wind...

The Lents 2017 – Day 3 Results

 

Eddies M2 technical bump by Caius M4, down 1 place

Eddies W1 rest day

Eddies...

The Lents 2017 – Day 2 Results

 

Eddies M2 bumped by Kings M3, down 1 place
Eddies W1 scratched, down 1
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The Lents 2017 – Day 1 Results

 

Eddies M2 overbumped by Churchill, down 3 places

Eddies W1 bumped by Wolfson, down 1

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The 2017 Lent Bumps will take place from Tuesday 28th February to Saturday 4th March.

Side-by-side racing is not possible over a long distance on the narrow...

The St Edmund's College May Ball OtherWorlds will be on Friday 23 June. Tickets are on sale now.

Join student, alumni, fellows and staff on Eddies' mission to seek new horizons in...

Dr Matt Cole, Fellow, College Teaching Officer, Admissions Tutor, and Director of Studies in Engineering has this morning been named a Fellow of the...

Dr Adrian Simper has been awarded an OBE in the 2017 New Year’s Honours List.

Adrian is Executive Director of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Chairman of International Nuclear...

Researchers from the Graphene Flagship, working at the University of Cambridge, UK, Emberion, UK, the Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO), Spain, Nokia UK, and the University of Ioannina, Greece...

Proposals by local developer, Howard Osborne LLP, to build modern, purpose-built accommodation for us on the site of Mount Pleasant House (on the Huntingdon Road) were approved yesterday (1...

The Aziz Foundation will be generously funding a new Masters Scholarship for developing public policy practitioners from British Muslim communities at St Edmund's College.

Congratulations to the victorious men’s rugby team who won 23-18 against Oxford in the Varsity Match at Twickenham. It was Cambridge’s first win for 7 years. St Edmund’s was represented by Brian...

Eddies' Selected for the Varsity Match

 

Von Hügel Institute for Critical Catholic Inquiry

Over the last year the VHI has been reconsidering its mission.

As they look towards their thirtieth anniversary year, which will...

The first St Edmund’s Scholarship for British Muslim community leaders has been awarded.

Prof Bob White, Fellow, Member of the Faraday Institute, and his seismology group had one of the exhibits at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition. The occasion showcases some of the best of...

Dr Misty Jenkins, Laboratory Head at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, has been named in The Australian Financial Review & Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards. Just twelve women were...

Vicci Lau (Law, 2000) has set up an alumni group for current and former members of St Edmund’s in Hong Kong. When the Master, Matthew Bullock came to visit Hong Kong in April this year, he and...

Dr Andrew Harter FREng CEng FIET has been awarded the Faraday Medal, the most prestigious award of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). The Faraday Medal dates back to 1922, and is...

Haosheng Feng (NatSci, 2015) spent three weeks in the Himalayas with the British Exploring Society this summer.

In total, there were around 60 participants on this expedition. Haosheng was...

Helen Mason has been awarded the Public Engagement Fellowship of the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC).

Simon Amor (Management Studies, 2000) led Team GB's Rugby 7s on an explosive run to the final during the Olympic Games in Rio. Simon, who played for Cambridge in the 2000 Rugby Varsity Match, has...

The Royal Historical Society (RHS) has elected Simon Mitton to its Fellowship in recognition of his contributions to historical scholarship.

Since it was founded in 1868 the RHS has become...

Michael Hoskin continues to be showered with awards and acknowledgements for his fascinating work on the dolmens of Antequera.

Dr Philip McCosker, Fellow of St Edmund's College and Director of the Von Hügel Institute is co-editor with Professor Denys Turner of The Cambridge Companion to the Summa Theologiae, released 13th...

Congratulations to our hard-working scholars. We are pleased to announce that 21 students obtained a First in their exams this year, three received a Distinction and 64 achieved a 2:1. Particular...

On June 29, 2016, St. Edmund's College hosted the conference dinner for a major international conference on modern cosmology. The meeting, 'HI 21cm Cosmology',  was held at the Kavli Institute for...

The College is delighted to announce that Patricia Odero has been awarded the St Edmund’s College Studentship in Social Innovation from Michaelmas 2016. The studentship, which is donor-funded and...

We are proud to announce that current student, Mr Josiah Yan, has won the Institute of Civil Engineering Bakers's Prize, awarded each year to a Part IIB Engineering Tripos Candidate who achieves...

St Edmund’s alumna Professor Sarah Cleaveland has been recognised as one of the world’s leading scientists by being elected to a fellowship at The Royal Society.

The Von Hügel Institute was honoured to welcome internationally-renowned classical pianist, composer, and writer Stephen Hough CBE to Cambridge on Friday 10th June, for a lecture-recital to...

A gloriously sunny day on the river with just a light northerly breeze to take the edge off the heat. As we know fortunes can change quickly in Bumps and that was certainly the case with our crews...

On Tuesday 7th June, the Master and the Chair of the St Edmund's Alumni Society, Mr Edward Hagger, hosted a drinks reception for our final year students.  Over 60 students, fellows, and tutors...

The highlight of the Cambridge College rowing calendar is upon us this week; The May Bumps start on Wednesday for 4 days of passionate, lung-busting, thigh-...

Fellow of St Edmund's College and Director of the Faraday Institute and his research team will be showcasing their current research in the explosive field of volcano seismology at the Royal...

On Tuesday 17th May 2016, Dr Ed Kessler, Fellow of St Edmund's College, took part in a ceremony to lay the foundation stone...

Ilyas Khan, Chairman of the Stephen Hawking Foundation and a Fellow Commoner of St Edmund’s, published a short book earlier this week on the subject of the continuing debate about String Theory. ‘...

Bye Fellow of the College, Dr Sara Silvestri, was a guest speaker at the...

Lily welcomed HRH The Earl Of Wessex to the Cambridge University Real Tennis Club to meet members new and old, and to see a first class exhibition match....

Dr Florian Urmetzer, Senior Member of the College, was recently awarded with the EuBC Research Award 2016. The European Business Circle (EuBC) is an international and...

Professor Mike Herrtage, Vice-Master of St Edmund’s, has won a lifetime achievement award as part of one of the largest and most prestigious veterinary awards in the world for his incredible...

As part of our academic agreement with Teikyo University, we were very pleased to welcome members of the Teikyo Primary School in Japan to the College.  During their visit the students and staff...

The College congratulates Luke Juckett and Nicole Abernethy on their respective victories as members of the men’s Blue Boat and the women’s Blondie crew in this year’s Cancer Research UK Boat...

Lily was up at 5am on Saturday 19th March to take our M1 for a trip to The Tideway!

On 20 February 2016, St Edmund’s held its second Annual Student Interdisciplinary Conference, giving students a much-valued platform to share their research and hone their presentational skills....

St Edmund’s College is delighted to congratulate alumnus Dr Nikhil Agarwal (MPhil, Technology Policy, 2006), who has been nominated as a finalist for the Professional Achievement Award in the...

Saturday 27th February 2016, Final Results - and more overcast on The Cam than is befitting for such an occasion. The mood at the boat house was one of quiet expectation – there is no second...

Friday 26th, February 2016, The Results - Thank you for cheering on your crews ....

Thursday 25, February 2016, The Results - If you would like to come and cheer on our valiant crews there are plenty of great...

Wednesday 24th February, The Results - If you would like to come and cheer on our valiant crews there are plenty of great vantage points along the river to see...

St Edmund's College has been flying the Rainbow Flag on the front page of its College website throughout February in support of LGBT History Month. LGBT History Month is an annual celebration that...

Tuesday 23rd February 2016, The Results - Don't forget that if you would like to cheer on our valiant crews there are plenty of great vantage points along the...

On a rather chilly Saturday afternoon in late January, the sun sparkled on the Cam as the members and guests of St Edmund’s College Boat Club assembled at the Cambridge ‘99s Boathouse to see...

Professor Simon Lee, College Fellow and Executive Director of the Cambridge Theological Federation, was presented with an honorary degree from Liverpool Hope University at its Winter Graduation...

Dr Judith Rommel, Fellow and Director of Music Making at St Edmund's, has been interviewed by Cambridge News about how her research uses computers to study chemistry.

St Edmund's is delighted that Cardinal Vincent Nichols has publically endorsed the work of the College in the following letter; The foundation of St Edmund’s College, originally named St Edmund’s...

Dr Matthew Cole, College Director of Studies in Engineering and Deputy Admissions Tutor, has been featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for Science and Healthcare.

The College offers many congratulations to Emeritus Fellow Dr Michael Hoskin on having been awarded the Gold Medal of Fine Arts 2015 by Royal Decree in Spain on 30 December 2015.

On Thursday, 10 December 2015 students from St Edmund’s represented Cambridge in both the men’s and women’s Varsity Rugby Matches. For the very first time the women were playing at Twickenham and...

The DCD Family Trust and St Edmund’s College are proud to announce the launch of The AGM Randeree Scholarship to enable outstanding individuals to study for a Master’s degree at St Edmund’s...

On Friday, 13 November, the College was honoured to welcome His Eminence, Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster and Visitor of the College. The Cardinal presided at Solemn Sung...

Ilyas Khan, Fellow Commoner of St Edmund’s, and the founder of Cambridge Quantum Computing, is interviewed about Quantum Computing by Andreessen Horowitz, a Silicon Valley-based venture...

Congratulations to St Edmund’s alumna, Professor Sarah Cleaveland OBE FRSE (Veterinary Medicine, 1983), on becoming the first researcher from the...

The University has launched its new campaign, 'Dear World... Yours, Cambridge', to raise £2 billion to help shape all our futures.

Dr Andrew Harter FREng has been awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from Anglia Ruskin University. The award recognises Andy’s distinguished contribution to computer science and...

College Fellow and former Senior Tutor, Dr Helen Mason OBE, delivered a Royal Astronomical Society Prize lecture last Friday entitled ‘A Golden Age of Solar Physics’. The James W. Dungey Lecture...

Jane Luzio, Senior Member and wife of the former Master, Prof Paul Luzio, has been appointed as Director of Newcomers and Visiting Scholars from 1 October 2015...

Dr Matthew Cole, College Director of Studies in Engineering and Deputy Admissions ...

St Edmund’s College is delighted to congratulate Ilyas Khan, Fellow Commoner, on receiving a Papal Knighthood from Pope Francis. Ilyas has been recognised for his many years of quiet philanthropy...

St Edmund’s College and the Von Hügel Institute are pleased to announce that Dr Philip McCosker has been appointed Director of the Institute and Fellow of the College from 1 October 2015...

The VHI conference 'Patents on Life: Through the Lenses of Law, Religious Faith and Social Justice', co-hosted with the Terrence J. Murphy Institute for Catholic...

Dr Matthew Cole, Oppenheimer Research Fellow at the Centre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics, University of Cambridge, is to receive the Royal Academy of Engineering Sir George Macfarlane...

Professor Bob White FRS, Fellow of St Edmund’s College and Director of The Faraday Institute, leads a research group which has had a paper published in the August edition of Nature Geoscience, one...

Congratulations to the scholars of St Edmund’s, as 18.5% of our students received a First this year, which is a record in recent years. 15 students achieved a First and 9 were awarded a...

The College is delighted to announce that with effect from 1 October 2015, Dr. Shahzad Ansari, Reader in Strategy, will be promoted to a Professorship in the Judge Business School.

The University’s Sports Yearbook for 2015 has recently been published. This provides an overview of sport in the University, including news of the success of the West Cambridge Sports centre, as...

St Edmund’s College Fellow, Director of Studies in Engineering and Deputy Admissions Tutor, Dr Matt Cole, has been awarded the prestigious Silver Medal from the Institute of Materials, Minerals...

St Edmund’s College Life Fellow, Dr Simon Mitton, has been chosen as the leading author for the launch of a new website State of Innovation from Thomson Reuters. Thomson Reuters is the world’s...

The 2014 Basic Income Studies Best Essay Prize is awarded to Toru Yamamori. The winning paper is entitled ‘A Feminist Way to Basic Income: Claimants Unions and Women’s Liberation Movements in...

St Edmund's College Fellow, Dr Fiona Maine, has won a student-led teaching award in the lecturer category for 'passionate and innovative' teaching from the Cambridge University Student's Union....

St Edmund's College Fellow Dr Richard Jennings, a UK pioneer in the field of academic knowledge transfer, has stepped down as Deputy Director of Cambridge Enterprise (CE), the commercialisation...

On Saturday 11th April 2015 at 5.50pm, four St Edmund’s students will be in the Cambridge University crew lining up on the stake boat at Putney for the start of the 161st BNY Mellon Boat Race...

The Von Hügel Institute had been awarded a research grant by the Charles Plater Trust....

To mark the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill’s death and 75 years since he became Prime Minister, a major new series of work examining the role of faith and religion will take place this...

Mr Ilyas Khan, Fellow Commoner of the College and “Leader in Residence” at Cambridge Judge Business School recently gave a public lecture on Wittgenstein at the University of Navarra in Spain...

The College is very sad to announce the death of one of its Honorary Fellows, Professor Sir David Watson, Principal of Green Templeton College since October 2010

The College hall has a new painting hanging on its walls.  This is the portrait of the thirteenth Master Professor Paul Luzio, which was painted by John Walton RP. The painting shows Paul in the...

Dr Peter O’Donnell, Affiliated Lecturer in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, has had his second book published, which is entitled 'Essential Dynamics & Relativity...

Congratulations to Ian McCrone who has become a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners Diary Practice speciality DipABVP (Dairy Practice).

William Stoeger SJ, who was a doctoral student of St Edmund’s House, has died aged 71. Bill arrived at St Edmund’s House in October 1973 to pursue doctoral studies in Stephen Hawking’s group at...

A Memorial Service for Dr Richard Maitland Laws CBE ScD FSB FRS will be held at 2.30pm on Saturday 31st January 2015 at St Edmund’s College.  Further details to follow.

Telegraph Obituary...

Professor Douglas Paul, Former Fellow at St Edmund's College, received the Institute of Physics President’s Medal at an event in London on Wednesday 15 October 2014.

Mr Matthew Bullock was inaugurated as 14th Master of St Edmund's College at a ceremony in the College Chapel on Friday 3 October 2014. His inauguration was streamed live to the Garden Room and was...

Dr Laws was Master of St Edmund’s College from 1985 - 1996. He was elected an Honorary Fellow of the College from 1996 - 2014. The funeral for Dr Richard Laws will take place on Tuesday 28 October...

A team of researchers from Cambridge’s Department of Earth Sciences, led by Professor Bob White, Fellow of St Edmund's College and Director of The Faraday Institute, have recently returned from...

Dr Andy Harter FREng FIET FRSA, Fellow of St Edmund's College, has been appointed as Chair of Cambridge Network. Cambridge combines a world-leading University and Europe's most significant and...

Nathalie Walker, Fellow and alumna of St Edmund's College, has been honoured with a rare Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Crystal Apple award for her excellence...

St Edmund’s College is delighted to congratulate Dr Helen Mason, Fellow and former Senior Tutor on receiving an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. Helen is a Reader in Solar Physics and...

St Edmund’s College Boat Club had a very successful 2014 May Bumps campaign. In Division 2 the men’s first eight, which included the new Cambridge University Boat Club President Alex Leichter,...

St Edmund's College congratulates Dr Stephen Jenkins, Fellow and Rooms Tutor, on his promotion to be a Reader in the Department of Chemistry in the recent round of senior academic promotions in...

Second year mature undergraduate engineer Aleksi Tukiainen has won a prestigious Advanced Award from the Engineering Leadership Award...

Professor Richard Hills, the emeritus Professor Radio Astronomy in the University of Cambridge and an emeritus Fellow of St Edmund's has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. Richard has...

Mildred Yuan-Crotaz, who graduated from St Edmund’s College with a BA in English in 2006 and was awarded a Blue in ballroom dancing, has been shortlisted in the Media category for the 2014 Asian...

Dr Helen Mason, Head of the Atomic Astrophysics Group in the University's Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics is co-author of a study showing the mechanism behind explosive...

Professor John Loughlin, a Fellow of St Edmund's College and Director of the Von Hugel Institute, has been elected a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales. Professor Loughlin held the Chair of...

Professor John Loughlin, Director of the Von Hugel Institute and Fellow of St Edmund's College, was one of 300 guests invited by H.M. the Queen to attend a reception at Buckingham Palace on 25...

St Edmund’s College is pleased to congratulate Monsignor Professor Tomas Halik who was a Visiting Fellow in 2003, on the award of the 2014 Templeton Prize. Professor Halik is a Czech priest and...

On Sunday 6th April 2014 at 6pm, four St Edmund’s students will be members of the Cambridge University crew lining up on the stake boat at Putney for the start of the 160th BNY Mellon Boat Race...

St Edmund’s College is pleased to congratulate Professor Dr Josef (Yousef) Meri on the award of the 2014 Goldziher Prize in Jewish-Muslim Relations. Josef was a Research Fellow at St Edmund’s...

Professor Loughlin to deliver the 'Gaudium Et Spes Lecture 2014'

Professor John Loughlin, Director of the Von Hügel Institute, Fellow of St Edmund's College and Senior Fellow at the...

On Saturday 1st March the St Edmund's Men's first boat won blades in the Lent Bumps. Over the 4 days of racing, the M1 boat moved up 5 places and a division, ending up at 15th place in Division 2...

Cardinal George Pell (centre of the photo), Honorary Fellow of St Edmund's College has been named by Pope Francis as the prefect of the new Secretariat for the Economy at the Vatican. Cardinal...

The College is delighted to announce that Professor Mike Herrtage is the recipient of the 2014 WSAVA (World Small Animal Veterinary Association) International Award for Scientific Achievement....

The Hon. Matthew Bullock has been elected as Master of St Edmund's College, Cambridge. He will take up office in October 2014 and succeeds Professor Paul Luzio, who has been Master since 2004.