Love your Library Week
, Throughout the week
From 22nd to 26th of February our Librarians have organised a range of activities which students can participate in, wherever they are
LGBT+ History Month 2021 at Cambridge
, Throughout February
LGBT+ History Month events are happening across the University and Colleges throughout February, to raise awareness and advance education on matters…
Celebration of our Benefactors and Legators
, 4pm GMT
This virtual event will celebrate the impact of philanthropy at Lucy Cavendish to date, and the generosity of the College's supporters.
#LivefromLucy: 'ER-mitochondria contact sites in neurodegeneration: genetic screening approaches to investigate novel disease mechanisms' with Dr Emma Wilson
, 6pm - 7pm GMT
Join us for this informative virtual talk with Dr Emma Wilson in which she discusses ER-mitochondria contact sites.
#LivefromLucy: 'Bankers: from Pillars to Pariahs' with Ian Peacock
, 6pm - 7pm GMT
Join us for this informative virtual talk with Ian Peacock as he discusses how attitudes towards bankers have changed.
Connections: COVID-19 One Year On
, 6pm - 8pm BST
As part of the “Connections” series, we hope you can join us for a fascinating virtual talk featuring experts discussing COVID-19.
#LivefromLucy: 'Social innovation within and beyond the pandemic' with Dr Neil Stott
, 6pm - 7pm BST
Join us for this informative virtual talk in which Dr Neil Stott discusses how organisations, educators and social innovation activists have reacted…
Lucy Cavendish College City and Finance Networking Reception
, 6pm - 7pm BST
Join us for this virtual networking event for Lucy’s alumnae, students and friends who work, or want to work, in Finance. Further details to be…
Watch Past Events
Virtual photography classes
Camera phone workshops with Dr Jane Goodall - 18th and 22nd February
#LivefromLucy in conjunction with Connections: "Out with the new, in with the old: an old class of drug with new tricks in cancer"
A fascinating virtual talk with Dr Soma Sengupta where she discussed leveraging a neurotransmitter receptor in cancers, with a historical slant.
#LivefromLucy: '3 Dimensional Thinkers – the Advantages of Dyslexia'
Harriet Kelsall discusses her experiences with dyslexia and its advantages.
#LivefromLucy: 'A socio-technical approach to domestic energy demand: Case-study of middle-class housing in Pakistan'
Watch Dr Rihab Khalid discussing energy demands in Pakistan. The talk was also part of Lucy Cavendish's Anna Bidder Series.
#LivefromLucy: 'Practical ethics in the Covid-19 pandemic’ with Dr Elizabeth Fistein
Dr Elizabeth Fistein talks about ethical decision making during the Covid pandemic
Lunch in Thailand with Dr Dhooleka Raj
Lucy alumnae (who live locally) were invited by Dr Doohleka Raj for a social event in Bangkok
Connections: science, poetry and the pandemic
5 scientists join 5 poets, working together to create a poem that reflects their research during the pandemic.
'Frontal lobe function and the psychopathology of everyday life' with Professor Trevor Robbins
Listen to Professor Trevor Robbins as he gives us a glimpse into how the brain works in this #LivefromLucy talk
#LivefromLucy: 'Studying genetics to understand common diseases’ with Dr Laura Fachal
Dr Laura Fachal discusses how genetic variants contribute to the development of common diseases.
'Solving intractable social problems: can business and enterprise play a role? with Dr Kulothungan
#LivefromLucy with Dr Gladius Kulothungan 'Can businesses help us achieve widespread development?'
Fiction Prize shortlist readings 2020
A wonderfully moving series of readings by the shortlisted authors of the Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize 2020
#LivefromLucy with Dr Suzanne Doyle-Morris
Dr Suzanne Doyle-Morris discusses her latest book, 'The Con Job'.
In conversation with Honorary Fellows Jackie Ashley and Sarah Sands
Jackie and Sarah discuss how to carve a career in an uncertain world
#LivefromLucy with Professor Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger
Professor Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger discusses why Law must work to foster and not frustrate post-pandemic recovery.
'Wait, why am I here again? And how did I get here? - Tale of a confused Postdoc.'
Dr Aishwarya Jacob akes you through the challenges and key findings of her career from cancer-related research to Cardiovascular Biology
#LucyInLockdown with Dr. Maria Colzani & Dr. Maria Rosa Pozzi
Exploring the effects of the COV2 infection on cardiovascular biology
#LucyInLockdown with Baroness Helena Kennedy QC
A special edition of #LucyInLockdown with Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, Honorary Fellow of Lucy Cavendish College
'Mortui vivos docent: life stories from human remains' with Dr Corinne Duhig
A fascinating #LucyInLockdown and Connections talk with Osteoarchaeologist Dr Corinne Duhig.
Connections - Science, Poetry and the Brain
Connections, in partnership with AstraZeneca, is a unique project where science meets art and creative writing
#LucyInLockdown - with Professor Vicki Ann Cremona
Professor Vicki Ann Cremona 'Empowering Civil Society. Murder, corruption and political activism in Malta'.
Viruses, pandemics and lessons learnt with Virologist Dr Jane Greatorex
A #LucyInLockdown virtual talk with Senior Tutor and Virologist Dr Jane Greatorex.
#LucyInLockdown: Poetry and Engineering with Lucy's Postdocs
An interdisciplinary event with Lucy Postdocs Dr Mary Murphy and Dr Zhong-Nan Wang.
#LucyInLockdown: A tale of two languages – from science to science policy
Dr Karen Stroobants MRSC, Science Policy Unit Lead at Royal Society of Chemistry
#LucyInLockdown: ‘The New Normal’ with The Reverend Canon Adrian Daffern
College Fellow The Reverend Canon Adrian Daffern offers his wisdom and insight as we all find our ‘new normal’.
Ever met an internationally acclaimed Voice-Actor? Q&A with David Ault
Lucy Cavendish college welcomes David Ault, an internationally acclaimed voice actor and narrator.