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Congratulations to the 4 Robinson students selected to play in the rugby Varsity this weekend! 

It is with great sorrow that we announce that our friend and colleague Dr Saskia Murk Jansen passed away suddenly at home on Monday 19 February.

On Monday 26th February, three brave Robinson students (English, Law and MML (Spanish) will be taking on their professors in a battle of wits, as they go head-to-head on 'The 3rd Degree'.

Congratulations to Dr Brendan McGurk (Law, 1995), who has been appointed to King's Counsel. The official swearing-in ceremony will take place on Monday 18 March at Westminster.

Robinson is excited to announce the 2024 Robinson Lecture Series: three fascinating lectures taking place in College in February and March, featuring guest speakers from a range of fields. These lectures are all free and open to the public, with details below on how to register for each one.

Congratulations to Dr Andrew Williamson (Physical Natural Sciences, 1990), whose report of university spin-out companies

Three former Robinson students, Michał Mgeładze-Arciuch (Computer Science, 2020), Daniel Vlasits (Computer Science, 2020) and Jan Oboril (Natural Sciences,

Naguib Kheraj (Economics, 1983) has been appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the King's New Year Honours, for services to Business and the Economy. 

Honorary Fellow and alumnus, James Harrison (Physical Natural Sciences, 1992), has been named the 2023 UK Changemaker for his work with Cycle Pharmaceuticals in the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2023

Professor of Neurosurgery and Robinson Fellow, Professor Peter Hutchinson wins the award described as the "Nobel Prize of Neurosurgery"
Professor Alison Young has been appointed a Law Commissioner and will take up her five-year appointment in March 2024.
Robinson Fellow, Professor Clemens Kaminski has been awarded the Rosalind Franklin Medal and Prize by the Institute of Physics
Our largest ever Reunion Dinner! Thank you to everyone who attended this fantastic event.
Professor Lord Martin Rees was recognised by the Royal Society as 'arguably the most distinguished theoretical astrophysicist of his generation'.
Professor Alison Young has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Worcester.
Congratulations to our Robinson sailors who achieved success at this season's races.
Dr Jeremy Thurlow, Director of Music at Robinson College, celebrates being awarded a Bogliasco Fellowship
Warwick Morris, elected an Honorary Fellow of Robinson in 2011, was awarded an OBE in the King's Birthday Honours List
Robinson students battle for survival in Invasion! An Alien Musical at the Camden Fringe...
Robinson College alumna, Drew Chateau, (Law, 2018) from South London, was one of the two students awarded the first Stormzy Scholarship in 2018
Michael Stevens (Engineering, 2019) has been awarded the Sir George Nelson Prize

Thank you to everyone who contributed to this year's Binson Gives! 

Robinson alumna Claire Spencer (Theology, 1991) attended the Coronation of King Charles III on Saturday 6 May.
Our Undergraduates may have largely gone home but Robinson is anything but quiet.

The Chandrakala & Mansukhlal Shah Building, the new home for the Robinson College Archive, was officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Sunday, 3 July 2022.

A statue of Dante Alighieri is now to be found in the garden of 2 Adams Road.

On 11 to 12 July, Robinson held its first law residential course, generously sponsored by Slaughter and May. The residential course was part of our widening participation programme. We welcomed 12 students from across the UK, all of whom were from backgrounds that do not traditionally apply to Cambridge.
Robinson College is delighted to announce the appointment of Will Sims to the post of Director of Choral Music, starting in September this year
Welcoming our first Head of Student Wellbeing & Welfare...Karen Tate Nick Lomax, Bursars’ Assistant, grabbed a cuppa with Karen and found out a little more about her...

Robinson College, Cambridge, announces the appointment of Sir Richard Heaton KCB as its next Warden

Sir Richard Heaton will succeed Prof