Maximising the power of innovation and creativity to improve organisations, cities and welfare
The College welcomes Dr Cristian Granados as Postdoctoral Research AssociateRead blog article
Lucy Cavendish Student, and Author of Twelve Motives for Murder, discusses her creative writing studies and embracing new opportunities
Emma Hughes, author of No Such Thing As Perfect, tells us about her writing career and shares some pro tips.
Sarah’s novel, One Ordinary Day at a Time, is a novel inspired by and set in Lucy Cavendish College
Lucy medical student Anastasia Georgiou discusses her studies, publications, and travels
An interview with Lucy’s Creative Writing Supervisor Jo Browning Wroe, author of A Terrible Kindness
An interview with Susan Stokes-Chapman, author of Pandora, shortlisted at the 2020 Fiction Prize.
Alumna Ana Vujic talks about her passion for heart research and the challenging road to success
Alumna Sophia Economides on her commitment to widening participation and the need for a more diverse workforce in the engineering sector
Megan Davis, winner of the 2021 Fiction Prize with The Messenger, on her writing career and the benefits of entering a prize